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Andrew - Freelance Videography & Networking
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Burbank, California, United States

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Roslyn curry - Freelance Business Writing & Article Writing
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Seeking musicians, Dancers, soundstage technicians, and Tenants for short stays. There is only a charge to rental tenants. I also seek to rent space for weddings, barbecues, and Parties. am available to write and edit. Contact me by email or text.
Parsippany, New Jersey, United States
James Stoll - Freelance Brochure Design & Business Card Design
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An Introduction to an Innovation Specialist This is my story and this is what I do. I grew up with Electronic Technology. I was there when it began, as a medium to transmit information to the citizen masses in real time, wherever they might be. It became my life’s work as it grew to a point where it now controls the way our society lives, works and plays. During my 4 years of service in the U.S. Navy, I became enthralled with the potential for electronic technology to improve our society. I decided that this would be my career of choice. Therefore, after my honorable discharge from the U.S. Navy in 1952, I attained an Associate Degree in Electronic Engineering, which was the highest degree offered at the time, under the GI Bill. After graduation, I secured employment with a national manufacturer of specific types of electronic systems. After four city-to-city transfers over the next nine years, I rose through the ranks to the level of Branch Manager of the company’s largest office in Chicago, Illinois. At that point in my life, I got off the corporate ladder and joined a friend in a private distributorship, to design, sell and maintain integrated electronic systems for hospitals and schools in the Greater Chicago area. In 1959 the majority partner decided to sell, so I had little choice but to agree. Following that experience, in 1970 I started my own company, Stoll Associates, Ltd, with offices in Chicago and Houston. I remained engaged in the business arena of design and construction of Integrated Electronic systems for the next 35 years, always searching for ways to deliver improved services and to advance the state-of-the-art in integrated electronic technology. During that period, clients engaged my company to design and build some of the largest and most complex integrated electronic systems in the nation, including the design of one “electronic city” and the design and build of the first “electronic building” in the nation. We pushed the known state-of-the-art to its limits, all of the time. As a result of the writing skills that I developed during my preparation of detailed definitions of need and functional specifications for the systems I designed, I began to be called upon to write feature articles to be published in the magazines of the trade associations to which I belonged, such as ASIS, ISC, NFPA & NCTA. As the reputation of my company grew, I began to be invited to speak at the annual conventions of those national trade associations concerning my vision for the future. I felt as though I had finally reached the zenith of my career. Then disaster struck. As I was traveling toward downtown Atlanta on Interstate I-75, at 6:00 AM, in the dark, on January 21, 2001, I was sideswiped by a large unmarked tractor trailer truck, traveling at 75 miles per hour. My vehicle was totaled and I was left for dead in the median strip, as the truck that had attacked me left the scene of the accident. I had suffered multiple injuries, including a concussion and a shattered right leg. They patched me back together in the hospital where I was taken and after 10 days in two hospitals, plus 3 months of intensive rehabilitation, it took me over 2.5 years to learn how to walk again. I knew then that my days as an electronic systems entrepreneur, traveling the country by air and walking 75 story buildings, under construction, were over. So I made arrangements for others to finish my company’s work in progress and I shut my business down. Then, as I started to think about what I would do with the rest of my life I remembered: I could still think, I could still write and I still knew how to manage all aspects of the design and construction of a major cluster of Integrated Electronic Systems in large scale high rise buildings. So, I contacted everyone I knew and asked them for an opportunity to develop printed documents that would advertise their business and the things that they did. Documents that I could do from my home, or with minimal travel, with my wife driving, as I was healing. I developed classy corporate brochures, system sales brochures and product data sheets. I developed detailed project proposals and printed tri-fold information pieces for use as mailers and convention giveaways. I analyzed operations of active electronic contractors to recommend methods whereby they could improve their operations and profits, and/or expand their business into new areas. I developed literature describing various relatively unknown electronic systems, for mailing to architects, engineers and builders, for those companies, to improve the recognition of my clients in their industry. My motto was: “If you want to walk on water, you’d better learn where the rocks are”. I have also authored two successful books: “Witness to a Fading Dream” in 2006 and “Survival in 20th Century America” in 2008. Then I began to write articles on matters of public interest, such as Illegal Immigration, The State of our Union, The Deterioration and Failures of our Educational Systems, The Illiteracy of our Youth, The Dangers of Toxic Agents in our Air and Waterways, The Deceptions of Our Federal Reserve Bank, The Frivolous Machinations of Our Elected Leaders, The Take-over of our Interstate Highways by Larger and Larger Trucks, etc. I soon found my articles being published in magazines, association newsletters and newspapers. I am constantly amazed with how many people know how to verbalize complaints, but how few know how to write interesting and mean-ingful articles about the world around us. Now that my body is as fully recovered, I am seeking further engagements to expand and challenge my management and writing skills. I prefer to work part-time, at home as an independent contractor, at hours that are convenient to both parties. I would be agreeable to work in an office, if necessary, so long as the driving distance is not too far and at times other than rush hours. I have no need for medical insurance, retirement programs, investment accounts, vacation days or similar perks. I will work for an agreed upon fixed sum per task or hourly rate, whichever is appropriate for your needs. However, I can no longer travel on Interstate Highways and I can no longer drive after dark, so my travel is somewhat restricted. I believe that I am capable of managing any type sales or service business and writing any type of document, on almost any subject, given sufficient time to research the project for accuracy of document content. I maintain three ring binders that are filled with hundreds of published documents that I have written and I will be happy to review them with any interested party, or parties, along with an in-depth discussion of my capabilities, at a mutually convenient time. I thank you for this opportunity to present my skills for your consideration and I look forward to an opportunity to be of service. Sincerely, James E. (Jim) Stoll
United States
Tracy Jette - Freelance Ad Design & Banner Design
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5.0
2 Skills
$20
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I believe that form, function, color, type, targeted copy, social media exposure all come together to form a successful campaign to build and skyrocket a business to new heights. For 16 years I have been designing concepts and solutions for businesses, utilizing these tools. I will listen to your needs and goals, research, see what the other guy is doing and do it better. I am always updating my skills and training to keep up with the latest in technology, trends, and tools neccesary to keep your business at the top. I would love to have the opportunity to bring my love and passion for designing, ideas and experience to work for you.
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Alex Murphy - Freelance Video Editing & DVD Design
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3.5
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TECH SKILLS Cameras: Arri Super 16 SR ? Panasonic DVX100A / HVX200 ? Sony DSR-PD170 Editing Software: Adobe Premiere Pro / After Effects ? Final Cut Pro ? DVD Studio Pro Other Applications: Adobe Photoshop ? MS Office Suite Systems: Windows and Mac OS EXPERIENCE Freelance • Assistant Camera Operator for BET’s The Michael Vick Project • Editor/Sound Editor for The Roving Reporter (General Service Administration promotional video) • Videographer for ProMobile Productions • Production Assistant for NBC Universal, Fox Broadcasting, MTV, and CBS Television Raw Media Network- New York, NY April 2007 – September 2007 Intern- Creative Development • Wrote and edited original online content, including company blogs and promotional sites • Edited raw footage and produced DVDs for distribution • Duplicated DV and Beta tapes • Organized and transcribed archival footage • Maintained cameras, decks and A/V equipment Milk & Honey Productions- New York, NY June 2007 – October 2007 Production Assistant • Shot and recorded sound for weddings and promotional events • Captured and edited raw footage • Organized and maintained footage library • Formatted and copied DVDs for clients Mike Lemon Casting- Philadelphia, PA June 2004 – September 2004 Casting Intern • Logged and captured casting footage for feature films, corporate and educational videos • Answered phones, directed mail and other administrative duties • Data entry, managed digital and physical filing system • Oversaw the waiting room and facilitated clients EDUCATION Drexel University, Philadelphia, PA Cumulative GPA: 3.33 College of Media Arts and Design Bachelor of Science in Film and Video 2008 Producer, 2008 Mad Dragon Film Festival • Produced, recruited, and managed staff of 12 up to and during event • Headed fundraising initiatives and managed relations with financers • Created, arranged and designed promotional materials and festival program • Monitored status of projects and mastered final footage for exposition
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Mark Estrada - Freelance Animation & Logo Design
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4.0
2 Skills
$30
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Proficient use in software programs After Effects, Flash, Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign, Final Cut Pro and Microsoft Office. Comprehensive knowledge of ToonBoom Studio, Shake, Avid and Dreamweaver. Experience with 2D animation, motion graphics, storyboarding, compositing, chroma keying, stop motion and graphic design. Quick learner, detail oriented, and very adaptive. Independent contractor May 2013 - Present • Director/animator of music videos, including Bobby Byrd’s “Back from the Dead,” HMFT’s “Chillin’ on the Scene,” and The Buster Duanes’ “Nebula” • Advertisement illustrator • Logo designer Starburns Industries — Burbank, Ca Visual effects and animation studio August 2009 - May 2013 • Lead animator and production manager on Warehouse 13 webisode series “Time Out” • Animation assistant on JC Penney stop motion Black Friday commercial • Lead animator on animated short “Tependris Rising” • Animator on Warehouse 13 webisode series “Grand Designs” • VFX artist on Adult Swim pilot Rick and Morty • Animation assistant on Moral Orel “Beforel Orel” stop-motion special • Character animator, project lead and project manager for Healthy Kids Project for San Antonio health-oriented public initiative • Character animator, project lead and project manager for Warehouse 13 motion comic webisode series “Of Monsters and Men” • Compositor/VFX artist on “Abed’s Uncontrollable Christmas” stop-motion episode of NBC’s Community • Stop motion animator, compositor and background designer for “Blue Marble Gang” TV pilot • Co-producer and 2D animator and motion graphics artist on National Geographic’s Humanly Impossible • Assistant compositor on CG episodes of “Sports Science” (ESPN) and “iPredator” (Animal Planet) • Background designer/compositor for “Da’ Boozman’s” 2d-animated TV pilot Renegade Animation — Glendale, Ca Episodic and commercial animation studio Spring 2009 • Organized files in the network structure • Completed animation retakes, including lip-sync and minor detail changes • Revised scripts to match final dialogue audio Self Assembly Films — Austin, Tx Movie post-production studio Spring 2008 to Fall 2008 Post-production intern on feature film “Mars” • Chroma keyed green screen footage • Built 3-D models and environments, and created textures • Did layout, camera tracking and prop tracking on various shots News 8 Austin — Austin, Tx 24-hour news station for the Austin area Summer 2007 Graphics intern • Created daily maps and graphics for on-air broadcasts • Created animations for promotions/news features
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Jennifer Dial - Freelance Article Writing & Sales Presentations
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4.0
2 Skills
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Work with me and you'll discover a witty, intelligent and talented writer with a multitude of insights, experience and interests...not to mention a keen sense of humor. You will also find a deep compassion for: living consciously; growth and education; arts and culture; and humanity en masse, particularly children. Life is grand...and we need to relish, enjoy and maximize our experience here. Let's work to create projects that will make an indellible impact and endure the test of time. I'm ready, are you? *Professional resume and writing samples selectively available upon request.
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Theresa Clifford - Freelance Article Writing & Script Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
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My name is Theresa Clifford and I am a film student from Florida. I am here to help you write scripts or write them for you. I have created five short films and if you are interested in checking them out please let me know and I will send them to you. I have also written several articles on varying subjects such as finance, ***, pets, spirituality and movies/television.
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Howardnobles - Freelance Drawing & Logo Design
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3.5
2 Skills
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freelance artist skilled in penciling comic book art, characters, writting, concept development, in highschool I won several art competitions local and placed in national, I was invited to attend the sc governors school of the arts and recieved awards from the IBM visual arts, and Urban league award for exeptional artistry. I also took two college credit advanced art classes in high school. curently I do freelance work designing letter heads t-shirts and doing portraits of children.
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Blessing Nyamariwata - Freelance Video Editing & Videography
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4.0
2 Skills
$12
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I am a man aged 29 specializing in editing various sequences and types of videos. i have experience in using adobe CS4 Premiere and After Effects. i have also used Sony Vegas Pro, Sony Movie Studio and DVD Architect. i have being editing various events from musical videos live shows and professional studio and field acted, live events parties and funerals etc.
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