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A little about me
 

Resume : Professional data

Education
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High School: East Syracuse/Minoa, East Syracuse,NY (1973 --Graduated)

Bible College: Southeastern Bible College, Birmingham, Al (1975 --1 Yr. Certificate)

College: Wheaton College, Wheaton, Ill (1974 Maj.: Art/Bible)

SUCB, Buffalo, NY (1977 Maj: Art)

Troy State University. Troy, Al (1978-1980 Maj: --Graduated) Batchelor Arts

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Training & Aptitude
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Jewelry repair, design, self taught & college courses. Attended several Swest seminars, Atlanta, GA

Discovered Macintosh Computers, 1984: constant voyage of discovery. Learned Pagemaker, Quark, Photoshop, FreeHand on the job. Now familiar with Photoshop, InDesign, Illustrator, GoLive (but prefer): Dreamweaver; can use BBedit and Interarchie to get down and dirty with the code

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Personal Assets
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Self starter, innovative, responsible, good communicator, honest, well read, broad base of interests.

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Employment
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1998 to Present: Owner/CEO Lost Province Productions, Todd, NC

1996-1998: Co-Owner, Lost Province Multimedia, West Jefferson, NC with Scott Knapp. Scott is still a good friend, and we collaborate on various projects.

1993 to 1996 various occupations in Ashe County: mainly writing for Ashe Edition of Mountain Times

1980 to 1993: Owner, RSKJ Unlimited, North Augusta, SC Jewelry repair & design.

References on request

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Experience
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Internet

Presently self-employed, running Lost Province Productions, a print and web services company providing design & hosting for over a dozen clients as well as graphic design and typesetting.

I am actually not a code-savvy alpha geek, although I have designed or modified web applications in Cold Fusion and php, including e-commerce forms, contact forms and database-driven weblog sites.

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