The Freelancer Club Blog

HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR WORK TO TOP FASHION MAGAZINES

Fashion magazine submissions can be tricky. Whether you're looking to get your work published in Vogue or an independent magazine, we'll explain how to submit your work to top fashion magazines, with the help of photographer and Founder of Afi Magazine, Conrad Lee. We're also giving away a free list of magazines accepting submissions.

60 SECONDS WITH.....MUA NASHEILA

“I’ve not really seen many hair and makeup adverts on a car. Everyone’s on social media, in magazines or have business cards. Driving around or having your car parked is a great way to get people to notice your business.”

INTERVIEW WITH EDAN SCHILLER

Freelance cinematographer Edan Schiller has always loved film. After studying the subject in Israel and working for an international fashion channel for four years as an editor, he decided to begin a new life in the UK with his wife. Breaking into the UK market wasn’t easy, without any experience or contacts in the country, so Edan went head first into establishing his own business. It all started with a Facebook post promoting his work which led to an interesting phone call that kicked off an exciting freelance career. Here, Edan discusses how he built his profession out of necessity and has gained an international client list through dedication and a bit of improvisation.

INTERVIEW WITH DAWN MARIE JONES

Dawn Marie Jones is a photographer with more than just fashion and beauty shoots under her belt. She has travelled the world capturing charming images and recently spent 10 surreal days in the Peruvian jungle shooting something with a bigger cause at its core – sustainability. We sat down with the extraordinary photography to discuss how she manages her hectic freelance schedule, how she keeps great working relationships with her clients and what her vision is for her future.

INTERVIEW WITH JC CANDANEDO

Panama born photographer JC Candanedo has his own unique take on capturing images across the fashion and beauty industry, as well as taking striking portraits and expressing his vision through his own projects. Here he speaks of his journey into photography, his thoughts on the industry and his intriguing project ‘Catalonia: A Work in Progress’ that gives us an insight into locals opinions on Catalonia’s proposed independence from Spain.

INTERVIEW WITH CHARLIE OGINNI

Born in East London and now living in Essex, with a stint in Ireland, Charlie Oginni is a model who can talk the talk. He has been in the modelling game since he was young so in front of the camera feels like home and captures his sparkling enthusiasm and infectious energy. In between hosting parties, TV presenting and of course, modelling, Charlie sat down with us for a quick-fire round of questions to discuss his passion for public speaking, his most awkward shoot to date and some tips for all you model newcomers.

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