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Ariel Thomas - Freelance Voiceovers & Movie Production
2
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2.0
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My name is ariel Thomas I'm 19 years old, I reside in Mesa, Arizona and I'm attending Scottsdale community college for theater. I do not have much experience, except for workshops, and coaching classes but I am Edgar to gain experience. Ive also done voice overs and would like to continue to gain experience in that industry as well. I have done the plays called "the wiz" and "bright lights...
mesa, Arizona, United States

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Gary Boyd - Freelance Article Writing & Newsletter Writing
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3.0
2 Skills
$40
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Quincy, Illinois, United States
Annabel Middleton - Freelance Editing & Book Design
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Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$35
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I am an experienced copy editor with a knack for editorial excellence and am highly meticulous about details down to a tee. Experienced in both magazine and book editing, with an interest in women's lifestyle and travel. Able to work fast and juggle several projects simultaneously. As a designer as well, I combine both artwork and editorial to create custom publications for clients -- from flyers and brochures to coffee-table commemorative books and magazines.
Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada
Taylor Bezek - Freelance Arabic Translation & Content Writing
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4.0
2 Skills
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Taylor J. Bezek 162 Meadowlark Drive, Bozeman MT 59718 Education • Graduated Chosen Valley High School in Chatfield, MN in 2006. Junior Class President, Senior Class scretary • One year of post-secondary education at Rochester Community and Technical College in 2006 • Bachelor’s degree in International Relations at Montana State to be completed summer 2011. • Cumulative GPA of 3.29, previous term GPA of 3.49, final term GPA of 4.0. • Currently enrolled in second level Arabic, Arabic 102. • Attended the “New Silk Road Expedition” with Professor Thomas Goltz of Montana State University, August 2010; a hands on geopolitical survey of the South Caucasus region, focusing primarily on Azerbaijan, Georgia, and Turkey • 2 semesters of Model Arab League simulation classes. • One Semester of Black Sea Economic Cooperation simulation classes. • 2-years equivalent study of the Arabic language, consisting of one year of classes administered at Montana State University supplemented by an 8-week intensive course in Alexandria, Egypt. Professional Experience Lift Operator – The Yellowstone Club, Big Sky, MT ? December, 2007 – January, 2010 • Operation of Doppelmayr high-speed quad ski lift. • Responsible for the safety of guests loading and unloading the lift. • Maintaining multi-million dollar heavy equipment. • Greeting guests and promoting an atmosphere conducive to the Yellowstone Club mission. • Working as part of a large team spanning several departments, including but not limited to; Ski Patrol, Lift Maintenance, Grooming, On-hill Food and Beverage, and Guest Services. Bell Porter – Big Sky Resort, Big Sky, MT ? May, 2006 – May 2011 • Front of the house guest service position, requiring strong people skills and a personable character. • Responsible for greeting guests of the Summit Hotel, assisting them in transporting their luggage to their rooms. • Responsible for valet of guest vehicles, including parking and retrieving. • Working in cooperation with many others, managing a multitude of guest needs. Web Presence Content Writer/Editor (Intern) - CHEBAGOGO Foundation, Seattle, WA ? March, 2011 – Present • Responsible for drafting, editing website and social media content for the purpose of rebranding, and enhancing the foundation’s web presence. • Maintaining and updating web components of the foundation, including but not limited to, maintaining Twitter feeds, Facebook pages, and altering webpage content to reflect upcoming plans, events, and news concerning the foundation. • Working towards attracting donors and investors in order to promote the overall mission of the foundation, aiming to provide unconditional housing, education, and vocational training to AIDS impacted orphans in Kenya. • Working in conjunction with graphic designers tasked with rebranding the foundation, relaying ideas to the head of the foundation and board of members to attract donations. Personal Skills • Public speaking skills, attributed to a combination of work experience and education background (MAL, BSEC). • Punctual, approachable, and committed to any obligation I enter. • Dedicated to all of my academic ventures. • Marketing skills applicable primarily to the Non-Profit sector, stemming from experience with the CHEBAGOGO Foundation. • Strong writing skills, a writing sample will be available upon request. • Strong understanding of Near East and Middle Eastern cultures. • Committed to helping others, inside and out of a work environment.
Bozeman, Montana, United States
Chadi Haddad - Freelance Project Management & Technical Support
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Chad Haddad Education 1995 – 1998 Cleveland State University Cleveland, Ohio Bachelor of Business Administration ? Major in Management and Labor Relation, Human Resources. 1991 - 1993 Bankstown College Sydney, Australia Associate of Mechanical Engineering Professional Experience 2001-Present HDC Inc. Strongsville, Ohio Building Automation & Temperature Controls Senior Field Technician • Responsible for installation, subcontractor supervision, control systems startup and check out. • Project Management: Responsible for work schedule progress, and project completion at estimated costs. • Time Management responsibilities including scheduling and manpower allocation. • Commissioning and checkout of control system. Building Management System setup, checkout and programming. • Customer training and technical support. 1998 – 2001 Honeywell Inc. Brooklyn Hts., Ohio Customer Financial Services Representative ? Responsible for customer’s financial account accuracy through proper execution of collections and dispute management processes. ? Resolving customer disputes by tracking down the information internally and working on completion of the expected services in order to achieve customer satisfaction. ? Aggressive quarterly Working Capital Plan with monthly evaluation and tracking responsibilities. Achieved 3% decrease in working capital 1st Quarter 2000. ? Achieved 101% of Cash Goal Plan in 1999. ? 99% of customer disputes resolved by plan date 1999. ? Customer satisfaction rating of 97% of combined internal and external customers. Solid 100% accuracy in customer financial account analysis and reporting.
United States
Erica Bowman - Freelance Writing & Book Illustration
45
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5.0
2 Skills
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If YOU have a creative mind, I want to work with you! I know that you have been overwhelmed by applicants. This always happens. I'd love for you to please take a peek at my portfolio and then ask me to provide a drawing/writing sample specific to your needs. This is how we will know if we are a match for each other. I promise to be quick on my feet and respectful of the process if you will join me. I am always appreciative of people who send me a quick note to let me know where I stand, because then I know how to proceed. My chief profession is as a landscape architect, but I write and illustrate on a part time basis and am always looking for engaging freelance work. I have published articles in Horticulture, Vermont, Southern Vermont Arts and Living, and Stratton magazines. Here are a couple of non-fiction samples, one about downy mildew (http://www.jmmds.com/2011/09/reviving-rudbeckia-a-case-study-of-downy-mildew/) and another about heirloom chickens (http://vermontartsliving.com/?p=1291). Please ask for additional writing samples. I write in a range of styles and voices. I am well versed in illustration and graphic design and seek out projects with other creative individuals. I do realistic renderings and technical drawings on a day-to-day basis for my regular work, but love to delve into the whimsical world of free-form design where anything is possible! Please check out my website of images at http://andromedadesigns.com/art-and-illustration.html. I can draw whatever you want. I have removed the post for my normal hourly rate. I think that it would serve us better to find out your intended range and then create a proposal based on your needs. Most of the time freelance writing will be billed per word and art on a per project basis. Illustration is billed by the drawing. Other work may be billed by the hour and a mutually agreed price.
Jamaica, Vermont, United States
Jennfer Peters - Freelance Digital Art & Anime Art
1
Kudos
4.0
2 Skills
$8
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Hello, I am a twenty year old looking for any artistic work. I will work with anything I am given. I enjoy writing original works, I'm still learning how to animate with digital programs and I am in college for graphic design. I voice over as a sort of hobby, but will do so for a job as well. I work with Paint Tool Sai for my graphic design software. I do work with animation software like Miku Miku Dance, Anime Studio Debut 6 and I'm still learning how to use Adobe software. I have not yet figured out how to work with Blender, but I am more than willing to learn. What I do draw by hand is more child-oriented, what I draw with my graphic design software is in sort of an anime-style with some references used for anatomy, (for where they eyes are to be placed symmetrically and placement of the character's fingers in the picture. I'm sort of a mix of visual, audio and hand-on.) If you'd like to know more about me or need a "test" of my skills, please don't hesitate to get in contact with me.
Tarkio, Missouri, United States
Thomas Kogak - Freelance Comic Art & Horror Art
1
Kudos
3.5
2 Skills
$12
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THOMAS KOGAK 20520 Hiawatha Street• Chatsworth, CA 91311 (818)585-2583 • rezdntevl4@yahoo.com Eager, accomplished, goal-oriented and motivated College Graduate seeking employment or internship with Art or Comic Book Company EDUCATION CALIFORNIA STATE UNIVERSITY NORTHRIDGE- 2011-2013, Graduated 2013 with a BA in Drawing, majoring in Art MOORPARK COLLEGE, Moorpark, CA September 2008-Present Completed sufficient units to transfer to CSUN – Majoring in Art GPA – 3.6 ALEMANY HIGH SCHOOL, Mission Hills, CA Graduated in 2008 – GPA 3.5 Emphasis on Art RENEE’S ART STUDIO – 2001-2006 Study classical, contemporary and illustrative art while learning basic art and design skills WORK HISTORY VON’S Grocery, Chatsworth, CA…………………………………………………………………January 2010-Present Courtesy Clerk/Checker TYRA SKIN CARE CO., Chatsworth, CA…………………………………………………August 2009-January 2010 Shipper/Office Clerk Red Lobster, Canoga Park, CA……………………………………………….…………………May 2009-August 2009 Host/Seater Winnetka 21 Theater, Chatsworth, CA………………………………………………..…June 2006- August 2006 Talent/Usher/Cashier QUALIFICATIONS o Competent computer skills –Typing 30 wpm and have worked with applications such as MS Word, Dream Weaver, Flash Drive, Illustrator, Maya, Photoshop, Traditional mediums; Internet competent o Diligent and friendly personality; motivated to overcome any new challenges; willing to learn and grow o Ambitious and Persistent; Earning Bachelor’s Degree while maintaining part-time job o Good oral and written communication skills o Skilled in watercolor, ink and oil painting o Familiar with comic books and the overall comic book genre o Able to create, organize and produce lengthy projects within directed parameters o Adept at organization and my attention to detail; superb leadership, research, and problem solving abilities. o Ability to multi-task and balance priorities when needed; comfortable with busy, fast-paced environments
Gardena, California, United States
Jana Shill - Freelance Proofreading & Editing
0
Kudos
4.5
2 Skills
$40
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Jana Shill Freelance Proofreader, Editor, and Technical Writer Skills • Proofreading manuscripts, advertisements, and web content • Writing and editing technical/business communications • Promoting understanding between technical specialists and global end-users • Analyzing data to identify and address issues • Speaking and translating French as needed with employees and clients • Generating training and user documentation Education • Master of Professional Communications from Westminster College, June 2001 • Bachelor of Arts in English from Brigham Young University, April 1992 Experience Freelance Proofreader, Editor, and Technical Writer (July 2005-present) Multiple clients, including: 22squared in Atlanta, GA - Review, edit, and finalize content for client websites - Proofread advertising copy for a variety of clients and media - Proofread and edit internal agency documents Axion Biosystems in Atlanta, GA - Review system documentation and compile a user guide - Proofread and edit existing system documentation Change Strategies International in Atlanta, GA - Edit and revise existing documents to improve clarity and consistency - Create new documents based on client input and existing research - Identify gaps requiring additional trainee documentation or instruction - Collaborate to identify effective training strategies and delivery methods - Proofread and correct online and written documentation Contract Business Writer and Analyst (July 2008 – April 2012) American Express Human Resources, Virtual Office in Atlanta, GA - Assist contacts in global markets with collection and analysis of employee data - Support market contacts preparing for the roll-out of a global payroll system - Create PeopleSoft system communication, documentation, and training Trainer/Communications Specialist (August 1994-July 2005) American Express Travel Related Services, Virtual Office in Richmond, VA/Atlanta, GA - Develop and edit PeopleSoft communications and training for global employees - Create and maintain online procedures, forms, and databases - Assist global customers with translation and problem resolution Freelance Proofreader (December 1993-November 1994) Northwest Publishing Inc., Salt Lake City, UT - Review and proofread book manuscripts - Provide editing and marketing suggestions to senior editors Volunteer Service Missionary (French Speaking) (May 1992-November 1993) Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, Geneva, Switzerland - Teach English as a second language classes to native French speakers - Complete unpaid service as needed while living and working in Switzerland and France
Atlanta, Georgia, United States
Ryan Weise - Freelance Cartooning & Comic Art
9
Kudos
3.0
2 Skills
$20
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I have been a local artist for the past 16 years and I'm now looking to show others the kind of art I've done. I started drawing when I was at least 5 and I went from tracing other drawings out of picture books to drawing freehand. It wasn't until a few months after I discovered my new gift that I realized it was time to move beyond and do my own. My work varies from simple cartoons to comic art. I have a greater love for comic art and Iam enrolling in a local art school, Gail Adams. I also have other drawings which I have posted up on Myspace. Thank you. http://www.myspace.com/ryanscottweise.
Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada