Since restrictions were lifted in June, lots of our members have found themselves busier than ever with freelance projects and it’s been heartening to see positive reviews popping up on our members' profiles from clients who were really happy with their work.
Each week, Freelancer Club members use the collaboration tool to post their own collaborations and to apply to work on other members' test shoots. This corner of our platform is a hive of creativity and we love catching up with our members after they’ve completed their projects.
We love writing pieces that feature our creative members. They give our Freelancer Club community the opportunity to gain valuable insights and learnings which no doubt inspire them to progress and develop their own careers. This week, we’re profiling a talented and versatile photographer named Marcello Simeone whose work spans across portrait, fashion, beauty and branded content.
While our new membership structure offers a more rounded experience for freelancers, helping them develop their portfolios, learn new skills and meet other freelancers in addition to landing paid jobs, we’re always delighted when we hear about members and clients who’ve had a positive experience working together after connecting on our platform.
Feel like freshening up your makeup portfolio, hair stylist portfolio, modeling portfolio or stylist portfolio as we head into a new season? Want to try out new skills you’ve learned over lockdown? Want to meet talented creatives who are as committed as you to produce amazing new work for your portfolios?
Want to know how to build a photography portfolio? How to build a modelling portfolio? How to make a makeup artist portfolio? Test shoot, test shoot, test shoot.
I want to become a freelance fashion stylist. I want to become a freelance photographer. I want to learn how to become a successful freelance makeup artist.
Want to design a mood board? Not quite sure where to start? Creative freelancers use mood boards to help develop their creative visions for projects. Like scrap booking in school, freelancers take images and other pieces of inspiration from a variety of sources and use mood boards to arrange and organise them in one place.