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William McCabe - Freelance Writing & Fiction Writing
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,CURRICULUM VITAE Personal Data Family Name :Islam First name :Sabina Contact Address :Apartment – 1C, House -09, Road – 01, RupNagar Residential Area Mirpur, , Dhaka, Bangladesh Phone: Mob- 01712-01-2232 Email :islam.sabina@gmail.com islam_sabina@yahoo.com Nationality :Bangladeshi Date of birth :1st July, 1966 Place of birth :Bangladesh Marital Status : Single Education 1990 :MSS in Economics Chittagong University, Bangladesh 1989 :BSS in Economics Chittagong University, Bangladesh Training & Other Activities Training: - Participated a two days Workshop on Report Writing at British Council on November 6, 13 2010. - Participated in a five days training workshop on ‘Result and Impact oriented Monitoring and Evaluation Approaches” organized by Market Development Forum with Technical Assistance of Asian Management Institute Ltd. during 27th - 31st July 2008. - Participated in a 10 days management training course on “Total Quality Management”, organized by Bangladesh Institute of Management (BIM) in July 2003. - Completed the course on “Sustainability and Alternative Financing for Community based Reproductive and Child Health focusing on leverage strategic aspects, conducted by the Centre for Development and Population Activities (CEDPA) in New Delhi, India from February 12 to February 23, 2001. - Participated in the training courses on “Participatory Project Planning , organized by FIVDB from during April 3-13, 1994 - Participated internal training courses on i) foundation course on Social Work, ii) Accounts and Budget Maintenance iii)Project Management organized by Concern Bangladesh during 1993-1994. - Participated in ZOPP (Objective oriented project planning) – basic course organized by ZOPP Coordination Unit during March 3-8, 1993. Other Activities: - Conducted the study independently on the assigned topics ” Health Needs Assessment of the Working Children under Dhaka Metropolitan Area.” during Nov-December, 2000 on behalf of Radda MCH – FP Centre, funded by Ford Foundation. - Organized and coordinated the “1st South Asian Conference on Reproductive and Child Health” on be half of BAMANEH with the collaboration of OGSB during November 26-28/1999 in Dhaka, Bangladesh. 450 Participants participated from Bangladesh, Pakistan, Srilanka and India. - Arranged a 12 days Regional Exchange Program on “ Child Domestic Workers “ held in Bangladesh with the financial support of CWA(Child Workers in Asia) from 08 to 20 March 1997. Participants from Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, Srilanka, Indoneshia, Maldip and India. - Arranged a two days Workshop on “Rehabilitation Process of Sharkary Ashroyee Kendraw (SAK) program under Directorate of Social Services (DSS), on behalf of Concern Bangladesh in 1995. Membership: - Life member of Bangladesh Economic Association - Executive Board Member of “Jahanara Nishi SS Foundation & Assistant Director of Cultural Unit Computer Literacy - Proficiency in MS OFFICE (MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point), SPSS Language skills: Speaking Writing Reading/ Understanding Bengali Excellent Excellent Excellent English Good Good Good Countries of Work Experience : Bangladesh Professional Experiences Period : January, 2011 to May 2011 Employer : The WorldFish Center-Bangladesh & South Asia Office House-22B, Road-7, Block-F, Banani, Dhaka - 1213, Bangladesh Phone: (+880-2) 8813250 Position : Applied Socio-Economist/Gender Specialist, Expansion of the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) in Bangladesh Projects / Tasks • Working with program officers- be responsible for assisting the program in the design and implementation of pro-poor gender sensitive strategies, activities, reporting and outcome assessment for the WorldFish Center (WFC) portions of the Expansion of the Cereal Systems Initiative for South Asia (CSISA) in Bangladesh which will work to increase farm household income and productivity, principally focusing on improved cereal cropping systems but also including fish and other high value agriculture opportunities. • Assist in the design of pro-poor program activities that ensures that the principle beneficiaries of CSISA are poor farmers with an emphasis on women and girls. Benefits include improved nutritional outcomes. • Examine the gender roles in decision making, seek to include activities that support their participation. • Participate in designing and conducting social science, nutritional and gender related studies, training and outcome assessment with the senior project team members • Conduct frequent field visits to coordinate and monitor project activities of the project; • Provide support and conduct such other activities as and when required by the Project Coordinator and the Director—South Asia. Period : August, 2009 to December 2011 Employer : Bangladesh Agribusiness Development Project (BADP) with Financial and technical support of ADB Department of Agriculture Marketing(DAM) Ministry of Agriculture. 22, Manik Mia Avenue, Sech Bhaban. Dhaka. Position : Social & Gender Specialist (guided by ADB) Projects / Tasks • Developed Gender Action Plan (GAP) for the Bangladesh Agribusiness Development Project • Orient NGOs, Project Staffs, representatives from all related ministries of Agribusiness on Gender Action Plan, related Gender and social issues in Agribusiness and on their roles in promoting gender equality. • Review the programs of participating NGOs and encourage them to focus on and involve women to the maximum extent possible. Make constructive suggestions to NGOs while they can be incorporated into their business and operational plan. • Organize 6 regional Workshop in Khulna, Barisal, Chittagong and Sylhet region on ‘Women in Agribusiness. Participants were from BCCI, KCCI, CCCI, SCCI members from BWCI, borrowers from Agribusiness under concern PNGOs, representatives from PNGOs, other local NGOs, Banks (BASIC , EBL), DAM, DLO, DAE DOF of all the concern region. • Publicize the success of women entrepreneurs under the project to encourage others to come forward and take advantage of the project potential benefits. • Conduct study to assess current situation of public market management and impediments to women in accessing the market and suggest remedial measures. • Organize 6 regional Workshop in Khulna, Barisal, Chittagong and Sylhet region on ‘Women in Agribusiness . Participants were from BCCI, KCCI, CCCI, SCCI members from BWCI, borrowers from Agribusiness under concern PNGOs, representatives from PNGOs, other local NGOs, Banks (BASIC , EBL), DAM, DLO, DAE DOF of all the concern region. • Determine training needs of the potential women entrepreneurs and organize training programs for them. Ensure women’s participation in training opportunities for women entrepreneurs interested in developing agribusiness ventures. • Orient Project Staff on Gender and Agribusiness - develop module and impart training. • Work with NGOs and interested organizations to develop in – house trainers to impart training on entrepreneurship development including the development of manuals, provisions of illustrations and materials and impart of training courses. • Establish linkages of project beneficiaries with women chambers and associations to improve their capacity to identify and invest in agribusiness ventures. • Establish linkage among project beneficiaries and women market section / section built under various loans of ADB like North West Crop Diversification Project, Rural Infrastructure Improvement Project etc. • Work with BME Specialist to develop a data base with appropriate gender based monitoring indicators to highlight project effects on women development , livelihood improvement and social development. • Highlight project effects through case studies that illustrate women empowerment dimensions of the project beneficiaries • Undertake any other duties as may be reasonably assigned by the project director. Period : July 2008, to July , 2009 Employer : RPDO- Tangail, Bridhhi , Dhaka , BADP, DAM , Ministry of Agriculture. Position : Freelance Consultant Projects / Tasks: • Write Project Proposal Women and Adolescent development for RPDO ,Tangail • Develop Monitoring System of the existing activities of 19 districts of RPDO • Working with Bridhhi as a Team member of developing training materials and conduct training sessions for Master trainers of PNGOs of WFP. • Worked as resource persons of BADP for designing training curriculum of Women Entrepreneurship and conducted the sessions . Period : March, 2004 to March, 2008 Employer : GITEC CONSULT GMBH, Germany Rural Infrastructure Improvement Project (RIIP), RDP-25. Institutional Support & Training Component, ADB, GTZ and KFW supported project. Level-6, LGED Bhaban, Sher-e-Bangla Nagar Dhaka. Position : Gender & Women Development Specialist (Guided by ADB & GTZ) Projects / Tasks • Advised and assist the Project Management Officials (PMO) and LGED personals for providing guidance in developing policy, programs and strategies of the project to implement the Gender Action Plan (GAP) and poverty reduction program according to MDGs with the financial and technical assistance of ADB, GTZ, KFW & Government of Bangladesh. • Arranged sharing meetings to review Gender Action Plan in collaboration with PMO, ADB and GTZ external Expert. • Ensure gender, poverty, disability and social development issues are incorporated and implemented in all the components (training, road maintenance & tree care taking, market development, road safety, local government strengthening) Including Infrastructure Development and Institutional Support & Capacity Building process. • Develop mechanisms for ensuring participation and regular consultation with women of union council ward members, NGOs and citizens, in the selection process of local infrastructure, union level planning / management and other activities under the project area (100 Upazilas of 16 districts under Khulna & Barisal division) through PMO / PIO members, Executive Engineers & LGED field level personnel. • Assist LGED Executive Engineers for planning, designing and implementing the project activities in gender mainstreaming approach and to protect labor law in the area of construction works of the project including consultations with the targeted groups of LGED field level staff, site manager, labour (male / female) representatives by organizing / conducting 20 Workshops at 16 districts of Khulna and Barisal division and on going monitoring. • Conduct base line survey on the 1) the status of female UP members 2) the Socio Economical status of employed LCS members under the project area. • Provide necessary technical and financial support to Union Parishads to promote gender sensitivity , Women / Human / Legal rights through observing related different national and international days(performed Essay Competition among the children of School, Madrasha etc) • Empowered Market Management Committees (MMC) through formal and on job training for managing Women Market Sections (WMSs). • Designed a 71 days training packages (technical & basic awareness, basic literacy, entrepreneurship, IGAs) for preventing destitution fall back of each of 3000 female road maintenance & tree plantation workers under two divisions of the project areas and have been implementing through LGED, Partner NGOs( Banchte Shekha, Sushilan, Mukti, AVAS, Shaklapo Trust, RPDO, Subashati) and other local resources after providing necessary TOT and financial support as the part of their(PNGOs) capacity building for sustaining the services. • Designed training packages (6 days Entrepreneurship training) for selected Female Shop Owners (FSO) of WMS at developed 66 Growth Centers under 16 districts which have been implementing by the Partner NGOs after organizing necessary TOT. • Prepared all relevant training modules / curriculum, visual aids. Prepared and published news letter ‘Union Barta’ and circulated among the nine hundred Union Parishads of the project area for sharing learning’s. • Conduct different training / workshops as the resource person of the project at both management and field level. • Develop gender based monitoring system at all levels of project planning, implementation & monitoring. • Prepare a component- wise annual plan and budget for integrating into the overall annual plan of the project. • Monitoring and supervision of the technical & financial part of the partner NGOs. • Participated and contributed to prepare LGED Gender Action plan(particularly Rural part) of phase II (2008-2015) . • Prepared quarterly and annual report. • Any other duties as assigned by the Project Management. Period : December, 03- March, 2004 Employer : Transport Sector Program Support (Minor Roads) Danida-RDP-16&23 Level-8, LGED Bhaban, Sher-e-bangla road, Dhaka. Position : Consultant Projects / Tasks • Conduct the study independently on the assigned topics” Income Generating Activities in Lakhsmipur District and training need assessment of the LCS members under Lakhsmipur, LGED”. • Prepared a report(draft) on the findings of the study including proposal • Arranged a workshop for sharing and discussion of the findings and proposals at LGED Head Quarter • Prepared final report of the study findings including final recommendations/ proposals Period : April,2001 to June,2003 Employer : The Bureau of Economic Consultants (PVT) Limited under GTZ-Rural Development Project-14, LGED Level-10, LGED Bhaban, Sher-e-bangla road, Dhaka. Position : Women Development Specialist (Technical support by GTZ) Projects / Tasks • Development and implementation of a component of Rural Infrastructure project on behalf of LGED to enable the targeted destitute women those are engaged as Road Maintenance Worker for running profitable Income Generating Activities (IGAs) after termination from their present job. • Identification of Income Generating Activities after assessment of their Socio-Economic condition and local resources. • Organized of job orientation training, awareness raising training on basic human rights, literacy, IGA through NGO and GO and collaboration at local and district level. • Organized of training for both the LGED and NGO personals for empowering themselves on ‘women and gender development, planning, implementation and monitoring process of the assigned task, IGA training management. • Over all responsible to prepare and publish the news letter “ Khola Chithi”(used as encouraging tools to the newly literate road maintenance workers as well as create a scope of appreciation those are started their knowledge into their daily life after participated trainings)with necessary support from Press on quarterly basis and distributed among the stake holders. • Closely monitoring the assigned tasks of LGED relevant staffs and NGO personals. • Developed training materials, visual aids. • Prepared and control budget for different trainings • Prepared quarterly and yearly progress report. • Participated and contributed to prepare LGED Gender Action plan phase I (2002-2007). • Organized a Workshop at LGED Head Quarter for learning sharing on “Women Development Component in LGED” Period : September, 1999 to April 2001 Employer : Bangladesh Association for Maternal and Neonatal Health (BAMANEH) Position : Director Donors : IAMANEH, SWISS RED CROSS, USAID Projects / Tasks • Over all management and implementation of the organization. • Development and implementation of Income Generating Activities (IGA) for the poor destitute women to increase their purchasing capacity for ensuring health services through providing training on awareness, leadership as well as IGA according to their own interest, need and resources. • Planning, monitoring and implementation of the projects of BAMANEH with in a team work frame. • Participating at different networking meeting on regular basis with Govt. & Non Govt. organizations including District Commissioners, Civil Surgeons, Deputy Director of Family Planning. • Preparation of Project Proposal, Annual Report, Semi-annual reports for Donor agencies as per the objectives of the project. • Keeping of liaison on regular basis with different donor agencies as well as with NGO Affairs Bureau. • Coordination and organization of First South Asian Conferences on Reproductive and Child Health” on behalf of BAMANEH during November 26-29, 1999 in Dhaka. • Organized a PRA with technical assistance of Swiss Red Cross to improve sanitation situation of the rural project area by the members of Mothers Club. Period : July, 1998 to September 1999 Employer : Social Outreach Program for Development (SOPD), Radda Barnen, Swedish Save the Children Position : Independent Consultant for different Women and Child Development Organization Projects /Tasks • Conducted a survey and prepared report on Socio-economic condition and local resources of the Kotowaly Upazila, Dinajpur on behalf of SOPD. • Evaluated the impacted of the savings and credit program of SOPD through sampling survey after one year of the program. • Revised the program design of SOPD for proper utilization of community resources including local Govt. Administrations. • Prepared a project proposal on “Shelter and Assistances for Rehabilitation Approach(SARA) – a temporary shelter centre for the residents of Sharkary Ashroyee Kendraw, directorate of Social Services- a pilot project of SOPD and a project proposal on “A day care centre for the children of the disadvantaged women of Kotowali Upazila, Dinajpur that is the supporting project of SOPD. Developed program monitoring process and Management Information System (MIS). • Worked with Radda Barnen –Swedish Save the Children, as consultant to i) Assess the impact and effect of their campaign program on domestic child workers through the advertisement on the seat covers of the buses within Dhaka Metropolitan areas and ii)The advertisements on the back side of rickshaws within the old part of Dhaka city as well as the effectiveness of the media of the advertisement i.e. Buses and Rickshaws. Period : November,1997- February 1998 Employer : Bangladesh Drishtihin Foundation (BDF) Position : Project Coordinator of Comprehensive Eye Care Project (CECP) Donor : MEMISA, Netherlands Projects/Tasks • Responsible for overseeing the over all project management, implementation and monitoring the project. • Staffs recruitment from the central office to the project level at 11 Upazilas of two districts and arranging basic orientation training for all team members of the project. • Arranged a networking meeting with GO / NGO level in two districts to avoid duplication of the work and maximizing the local resources including DC, Civil Surgeon and other executive personnel of the non governmental organizations of the district. • Arranged an eye operation session (cataract) with the collaboration of Civil Surgeons at Upazila Health complex- which was a routine program for every fifteen days, arranged for the cataract eye patients of that district. • Initiated credit program for visually disable adolescent girls and boys those already completed basic education on Braille system for rehabilitating them in the community. • Arranged an education system for visually disabled children within their community’s school with the help of motivated community leaders and also organized an orientation & mobility training for the visually disabled children themselves as well as their family members. • Organized monthly CECP committee meeting and presented monthly progress report with financial explanation including the projection of future plan. Period : March, 1996 to November,1997 Employer : Shoishab Bangladesh Position : i) Assistant Director: 3/03/96 -30/8/96 ii)Director: 1/9/96- 1/11/97 Donors : SKIPS, Save the children- UK, Red burnet, Plan International Projects/Tasks • Over all management and administration of the organization including supervision of 51 staff members. • Prepared project proposal for continuation of the running project to different donor agencies • Planning, implementation, monitoring and supervision of the project • Prepared annual progress report, financial and management report. • Maintain good liaison with GO / NGO, Donor agencies and different partnership development organizations i.e. SKIP, Save the children- UK Plan International, Red Barnet. effective relationship with NGO Affairs Bureau. • Arranged a 12 days Regional Exchange Program on “ Child Domestic Workers “ held in Bangladesh with the financial support of CWA(Child Workers in Asia) from 08 to 20 March 1997. Participants from Nepal, Bhutan, Pakistan, Srilanka, Indoneshia, Maldip and India. Period : Oct,1992 to Oct, 1995 Employer : Concern Bangladesh, Dhanmondi, Dhaka. Position : Team Leader (Sarkary Asroy Kendraw Program) Projects / Tasks • Over all management and development of the project of SAK of DSS (Directorate of Social Service) on behalf of Concern Bangladesh for a very particular group of destitute women, disadvantaged children, mentally retired, specially socially handicapped people, those are detained by the magistrate. Ensuring individual case work including care plan for providing training, counseling, family rehabilitation, job rehabilitation etc. Supervision, monitoring and evaluation of the day to day program. Preparing project proposal (technical & financial), monthly / quarterly report including financial statement. Administrate and guide the day to day activities of the team members. Evaluation staff performances. Arranged TOT for the staff members. Initiated and Managed a research oriented case management cell to advice police department, magistrate, DSS as well as concern authorities for review their selection criteria, prosecution process and rehabilitation process. Period : Dec, 1991 to Oct, 1992 Employer : P&M Consultants Ltd. Position : Research Associate Projects / Tasks • Developed questioners and arranged training for the team of field workers in survey of 10,000 household in Dhaka. Compiled data collected by the field workers, tabulated data together with other tabulators and assist the team leader in preparing reports. Period : Sep, 1990 - Dec, 1991 Employer : Terre-des-hommes (Switzerland). Dhanmondi, Dhaka. Position : Senior Teacher (Migrant Children Program) Projects / Tasks • Planning and implementation of appropriate education program for a very particular group of disadvantaged children. • Prepared teaching materials, budget and report. • Observed different national and international days related on Child right issues. • Maintained liaison with external institutes (Surovi, UCEP) to provide higher education / vocational training for the particular group of working children. I, the undersigned, certify that to the best of my knowledge and belief, these data correctly describe me, my qualifications and my experiences. ___________________ (Signature) Date: 2/06/2011
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Annie Granatstein - Freelance Copywriting & Content Writing
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Annie Granatstein is a copywriter and creative producer working with clients and partners such as Academy Award winning director Stephen Soderbergh, Vimeo, The Ford Foundation and The National Film Board of Canada. Her love of narrative knows no creative boundaries and inspires her work across formats. She has written video scripts and website copy, produced web videos and infographics, overseen feature film screenplay development for major studios and spearheaded PR campaigns. Formerly, Annie was an entertainment attorney representing renowned screenwriter, director, actor and producer clients in the heart of Hollywood. She graduated at the top of her classes at the Johns Hopkins University and UCLA Law School. Drawing from this illustrious academic background, Annie sifts through reams of research to find the core concepts of projects. She thrives on streamlining complex ideas into targeted, punchy scripts and copy.
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Brian J Wozniak : American Author; Alumni University of Maryland;Associates of Literature Degree Howard College, Maryland, Alumni Indiana University Writing historical, science fiction, and oceanography Brian J Wozniak, writes ground breaking, tour de force, suspense, and horror in his first major novel. He graduated from Howard College with a degree in Literature/Creative writing, graduating Phi Theta Kappa. He will be relocating to South Carolina, to finish writing his first debut novel. He has three upcoming novels slated.
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Kaelem Fakier - Freelance Audio Editing & Video Editing
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Kaelem Fakier Personal Details Full Name: Kaelem Fakier Age: 21 D.O.B: 28/10/1989 ID Number: 8910285028082 Gender: Male Address: O Exeter Park Indian Rd Kenilworth Cape Town 7708 First Language: English Other Languages: Studied Afrikaans and French (Not fluent in French) Education History Pinelands North Primary School: 1996 – 2002 (Gr.1 – 7) Emerson Park School (London, England): 2002 – 2005 (Gr.8 – 10) Voortrekker High School: 2005 - 2007 (Gr.10 – 12) - Matriculated with Merit Damelin Tertiary Institution (Higher National Diploma): 2008 – 2009 - Graduated with BTEC in Music Production Career History Sportscene (Wynberg) Position: Sales Consultant September 2006 Contact no: 021 763 4832 Reason for Leaving: Was not prepared for the physical strain of being on your feet all day, was also young at the time and not fully ready for responsibility. Markhams (Cavendish) Position: Sales Consultant September 2006 – December 2007 Contact no: 021 674 3301 Reason for Leaving: Exam times clashed (Matric Year) Look & Listen (Cavendish) Position: Digital Planet Consultant (Ipod and Audio Accessory Sales) December 2007 – March 2008 Contact no: June – 021 683 1810 Reason for Leaving: College workload too strenuous to maintain a time consuming job. Orisons Promotions (Wynberg) Position: Promoter June 2009 – December 2009 Contact no: Natasha - 021 762 9561 Reason for Leaving: Payment issues, lacked professionalism. Old Mutual Head Office (Pinelands) Position: Tele-sales Consultant May 2010 – February 2011 Contact no: Natasha Bissolati (Sales Manager) – 021 504 3032 Reason for Leaving: Volatile environment, Salary inconsistent and lacked the creative input that it initially had. Other Experience: I also worked as an assistant sound engineer at the Cape Town Jazz Festival for two years. Working in a ‘Live’ sound environment taught me to prepare for the worst and to be on top of my game no matter how tiring the job is. Contact: Shawna Delport – 078 136 8579 or ESP Afrika – 079 691 1555 I am also a music producer and video editor and have worked with many artists including dirtyfunk, house the moon and Mahri Murray. I have a full understanding of what it takes to create and maintain a excellent quality end product. You can check out my facebook page (Kaye! Kontajis) to get an idea of what i am doing at the moment. Statement: I am a very well presented and professional young male with my ultimate goal being to start my record label in my pursuit to make my passion (music) my career. I am driven, goal orientated and hard working and always strive to be the best no matter what situation I am in. I like to see progress and acknowledgement for my work and if not will go the extra-mile to get it. In terms of hobbies I surround myself constantly with music in almost everything I do and I enjoy anything that allows me to use my initiative and personal mind power to overcome the task. Keeping my mind active seems to fill my day and inspiration seems to be the greatest satisfaction I can come across. There are no lengths I won’t go to, to accomplish something truly remarkable and worthwhile.
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Chris Grams - Freelance Graphic Design & Flyer Design
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Hello, my name is Chris. I currently live in Lubbock Texas with my wife and baby boy. Life is great and I thank God every day for the opportunities that He can provide for me. I graduated from the University of Wisconsin Stevens Point in 2006 with a Bachelor degree in Graphic Design. After college I landed a job with a company that produces training material for auto mechanics. At that job I took thousands of photos, color corrected them, and placed them into training manuals and other advertising media. When my son was born in Texas, I took that opportunity to peruse my college goal and stay at home and go freelance. Now, father, and business owner out of my house, I enjoy taking on a variety of work which include, but not limited to, designing logos, brochures, business cards, flyers, websites, web ads, campaign design and more. Feel free to take a look at some of the work I have done here: http://www.cgramsgraphics.com/portfolio.html I look forward to hearing from you, Chris Grams
Lubbock, Texas, United States
Janelle Ng - Freelance Illustration & Children's Book Illustration
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My name is JANELLE NG and I am a MA Graphic Design graduate. I am truly passionate about and fully dedicated into illustration, art & design. I always make sure my art work is presented nicely at a professional level . My creativity, design skills and good sensibility allow me to come up with new ideas constantly. In addition, I am very used to work with drawings, handcraft design, digital design, and other ranges of art work with tight deadlines. I believe these experiences are surely beneficial and relevant to your needs. I am looking forward to any exciting opportunity to produce even more art work. Thank you for your kind attention. I look forward to hearing from you. Yours sincerely, Janelle Ng
London, United Kingdom
Anastasia Ward - Freelance Digital Art & Graphic Design
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I recently graduated from college with a BA in Digital Art and Graphic Design. My inspiration comes from a hodgepodge of sources including children's books/shows, fantasy art, and classical Western art. I am highly energetic with a strong work ethic and always strive to ensure that my projects exceed the expectations of my clients. My Motto: If my client isn't happy, I'm not happy.
Anchorage, Alaska, United States
Amanda Alvarado - Freelance Book Illustration & Comic Art
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I really like to illustrate my own comics...i base my art more off of manga (Japanese comics). I still need lots of improvement but i have gotten ok within 3 years. i'm currently in high school i work a lot on my stories and i do get better (fast) I am very sad I cant apply for jobs on here because I have a "free" account but then again I'm not that good ...I really enjoy seeing all the amazing art on here, though. I rate myself on how well I see my my work... and how much better I can be...I have along way to go. Right now I'm really fluent with crayola markers (the not fancy cheap but amazing stuff), crayola but and prismacolor colored pencils. I'm getting there with Copic Markers (really amazing like to troll), dip pens for inking (just splatter at the worst moments sometimes ...a lot less now). I'm working in getting better at watercolor painting and Photoshop definately....(its really out of my comfort zone... I have an old tablet someone gave me and sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn't).
Waukegan, Illinois, United States
Prabha - Freelance Website Design & Photo Editing
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I take contracts for website maintenance, development, web appliance, application, plugin integration solutions for small and medium businesses. I am experienced in configuring Wordpress, Drupal, Blogs, widgets, plugins, Facebook, Twitter and other social media integration. Please feel free to contact me for web related quotations, contracting or if you like a quote.
Toronto, Ontario, Canada