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How I work

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Refreshingly different freelance design

After working for agencies supporting brands big and small for well over a decade, I decided to channel my experience and passion for all things design into a fresh challenge by setting up my own freelance creative business. 

However, I’m not your average freelancer. Throughout my time working in agencies, I’ve worked with many freelancers, both good and bad. I am not a freelancer who comes into the office for a day, sits at a desk with their head down churning out artwork, leaves at 5pm and usually leaving behind a multitude of files for a reluctant designer to pick up the next day. 

I would rather take on whole briefs, be it direct with clients of my own or for other design agencies where I can demonstrate my ability to deliver the right creative and then the various outputs needed to bring that creative to life. This often means working on a project fee rather than a day rate, but that means you will get a complete and carefully-considered job from me.

Working part-time and having two little girls under three means that working at client’s offices can be a little tricky but not impossible. It can also mean I have free slots available so, if you need someone at short notice, I might be able to help. Give me a call and we can see what works for both of us.