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Sara M-J - Freelance Illustration, Drawing, Fashion Illustration, Greeting Card Illustration, & Art
5840
Kudos
4.6
12 Skills
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. This is my Story . Self-taught artist known as Sara . Coming from a family of Artist and Talent. My mom knitting and sewn own clothing without designing by hand, but by her imagination, when she was 14, made and sold for the first time a wedding dress. My Father, without finishing Middle/High School, raised by farmers. By memory, could create, make,...
Franklin, Massachusetts, United States
Claire Rottino - Freelance Website Design & Website Ad Design
2
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4.0
2 Skills
$50
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I am a Digital/UI/Web Designer, with over 10 years of experience crafting beautiful websites, email campaigns, PowerPoint presentations and advertising programs and more. I have helped both large and small businesses build effective websites and marketing initiatives that generate results. As a creative individual I have a passion for designing and developing print and digital solutions that...
Boston, Massachusetts, United States
Ted C - Freelance Website Design & Website Ad Design
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1.0
2 Skills
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Milford, Massachusetts, United States
Maureen - Freelance Website Ad Design & Website Design
0
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3.0
2 Skills
$60
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Web designer, artist, painter, muralist. Ready to create what you are looking for.
Wakefield, Massachusetts, United States

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Rebekah Fruin - Freelance Public Relations & Article Writing
0
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4.0
2 Skills
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I have had two years of experience in ghostwriting and proofreading both on informal and formal levels. My clientele has included individuals working for insurance and diet review companies, blog articles, and general business letters. If you want a copy of my resume, I can send that to you separately.
United States
Genevieve Halton - Freelance Writing & Fiction Writing
0
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5.0
2 Skills
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Freelance writer with a over a decade of professional experience in poetry, graphic novels, and non-fiction. Eight years of ghost writing, self-publishing experience, and work in a variety of genres in addition to a multi-disciplinary academic background come together to produce a very versatile talent.
United States
Ashley Alfrey - Freelance Art & Nature Photography
5
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3.0
2 Skills
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What can I say about me....I am a pretty quiet person I tend to keep to myself...I love many things...I usually tell people the truth even if it might hurt. I have been in art for many years, I took advanced art in middle school for 3 years also 3 years of art in high school...I am able to draw pretty much anything. I am also a very good photographer.
Maynardville, Tennessee, United States
Emily Thompson - Freelance Graphic Design & Ad Design
0
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5.0
2 Skills
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I am a graphic designer specializing in the design of print materials. I have many years of experience working with clients such as The New York Times for which I design ads for hundreds of advertisers that are unable to supply their own creative. I work directly with the sales reps and clients and then upload the final ads to the publication. In addition to the New York Times I also create ads for other newspapers and magazines all over the US. To view some samples of my work you can visit my website and click on the graphic design link: www.ethompsonstudio.com. I have a background in advertising. I was an art director for the in-house advertising department of Bloomingdale’s for 10 years and then have worked as a freelancer ever since.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania, United States
Elizabeth Lewis - Freelance Editing & Copywriting
1
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
$20
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Qualifications Seasoned copy editor and proofreader of trade books, textbooks, brochures, governmental websites, educational newsletters and video scripts. Experience Communication skills • Developed and edited books according to specifications of mission, time and cost. • Copy edited, proofread and revised books; directed changes to approach, content and style. • Translated and revised texts such as letters, reports, technical documents and publicity. • Collaborated with consultants, writers and clients in the preparation of books, articles and bulletins. • Interviewed writers and researchers (interviews used as the basis for articles on the web and in print); also recorded interviews for radio. • Planned, organized and evaluated staff participation. • Established long-range schedules for projects; delegated tasks and responsibilities. • Wrote, edited and produced newsletters and bulletins for high-profile clients such as a national publishing association and a university research department. • Developed pedagogical material for high school and adult student ESL classes. • Edited, revised and adapted high school and college textbooks (science, geography and psychology) Teaching skills • Taught full English language course load at university level; developed appropriate curriculum; obtained teaching materials; prepared students for international tests (TOEFL, IELTS) – China • Taught English to French-speaking professionals from health and social sector – Québec • Taught English to international students and Buddhist monks – Thailand, Laos Work history English language lecturer 2013 – 2015 Nanjing Agricultural University, China Editor, writer, translator, chargée de projet (selected clients) 2002 – today Pearson Canada, educational publisher Discovery Education, educational publisher Movato, decor and design magazine Kokun, decor and design shop Lion Films, film production company Salle Alec et Gérard Pelletier, performance art centre Éditions du Renouveau Pédagogique Inc. (ERPI), educational publisher Chenelière Éducation Inc., educational publisher Les Éditions CEC, educational publisher Concordia University Université de Montréal McGill University Vigilance Santé, computer tools and database company Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) Canada Research Chairs Canadian Geographic Magazine Trafalgar School for Girls ESL teacher Champlain College 2006 Loisirs et services communautaires de Lac-Brome 2005 Senior book editor (96–02) 1985 – 2002 Editor (87–89, 94-96), Research editor (85–87) St-Remy Press Education University of Cambridge, CELTA certificate McGill University, science and medicine studies Bryn Mawr College, liberal arts degree Publications Key: ce=copy editor, e=editor, cp=chargée de projet, pe=project editor, pr=proofreader, se=senior editor, w=writer, conte=contributing editor, re=research editor Textbooks Children and Their Development, Pearson Canada, 2014 (ce) Authentic Real English Learning 3, ESL – high school, Chenelière Education, 2010 (cp) Observatory, Science and Technology – high school, ERPI, 2008–09 (pe) Prime Time, ESL – high school, Les Editions CEC, 2007–08 (cp) Trade Understanding Early Civilizations: A Comparative Study, Cambridge University Press, 2003 (pr) Weber’s Big Book of Grilling, Chronicle Books, 2001 (pe) Mammals (2000), Insects & Spiders (2000), Weather (1999), Rocks & Minerals (1999), science nature guides, Discovery Channel, Random House (se) Explore America (1996–1999), 17-volume travel series, Reader’s Digest (e) W W II : Time Life Books History of the Second World War, Time Life Books (1989), (conted) Fix-It-Yourself series, (1985–1989), Time Life Books (e, re) Bulletins & Newsletters & Websites Bulletin, Office of Research Opportunities, McGill University (now defunct), 2010–2012 (pe, w), Canada Research Chairs, chairholders’ profiles, 2003–2006 (w, e) Newsletter, Export of Canadian Books (now Livres Canada Books), 1989–1990 (w, e), Social Science and Humanities Research Council, website, 2003 (e) Medical leaflets, Vigilance Santé, 2003–2006 (w, e) Newsletter, Trafalgar School for Girls, 2002–2004 (pe, w), Brochure, International Book Bank, (now Code), 1991 (w, designer) Articles (byline: Beth Lewis) & Chapters (byline: Elizabeth Lewis) Light Touch: Artist John Ballantyne captures the subtlety and temporary nature of light on surfaces, Montreal Home magazine, 2012 Making waves with water: Artist Joseph Sampson is impassioned by the liquid element, Toronto Home magazine, 2012 Love it or leave it? Apr 3, Concordia University, Now Magazine, 2012 Survivors of violence benefit from mentoring Feb 1, Concordia University, Now Magazine, 2012 Mile End chic under study, Oct 11, Concordia University, Now Magazine, 2012 Can blaming others make people sick? Aug 9, Concordia University, Now Magazine, 2012 Sympathy for the devil? May 30, Concordia University, Now Magazine, 2012 The French and Indian War, published in Forts and Battlefields, Reader’s Digest, 1997 Mark Twain’s House, published in Great American Homes, Reader’s Digest, 1997 Shelburne Museum, published in American Treasures, Reader’s Digest, 1997 Unpublished / inaccessible Communication en anglais, Office Communication, Chenelière Education, 2011 (e) Canada Ecotours, highway travel guides, Canadian Geographic, 2003–06 (se) On the Go, activity guides, St. Remy Media, 2001–2002 (se) The Good Housekeeping Illustrated Book of Childcare, William Morrow & Co., 1995 (w) References available on request
Richford, Vermont, United States
Jason Robert LeClair - Freelance Fantasy Art & Drawing
100
Kudos
5.0
2 Skills
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Jason Robert LeClair is an honors graduate of the Massachusetts College of Art in Boston, MA. His BFA in Media and Performing arts has not deterred his original love for the visual arts. A multi-faceted artist, he is equally comfortable behind a pencil, airbrush, keyboard, or tablesaw, Mr. LeClair lives life as an illustrator, author, set designer, theatrical director and painter. Having written several plays and monologues, he recently turned his talents to writing novels. Broken Silences is his first effort and has been received well. His illustration credits include several magazine spots for the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, the Pawtucket Public Library and RI Library Association. He has designed sets for the past nineteen years at a variety of venues in Boston, Hartford and Rhode Island. His skills as a theatrical set designer translate well to both faux painting and mural work which can be seen in private homes and on business fronts throughout the Providence, RI area.
North Providence, Rhode Island, United States