We don’t need to tell you, but being freelance is great: the freedom it gives you, the control you have over your time and – hopefully – the money it brings in. But for those times when the cash isn’t forthcoming and you’re wondering how on earth you’re going to pay next month’s bills, here are some ways you can earn more in 2022.
Are you an aspiring videographer or photographer looking for a blueprint on how to develop and progress your freelance career?
No matter the industry, every freelancer needs a space to work on their business. Whether you’re hunting down new clients, chasing invoices or working on your site, we all require a little corner to focus. As more people join the ranks of freelance and remote workers due to Covid-19; we ask the question: “Is your new admin space as stressful as the office you just escaped?"
Forget 'New Year, New Me', how about 'New Year, New Clients!' Marketing & Branding Creative Consultant, Chloe Tomalin, delivers a special end of year marketing masterclass 'New Year Marketing Campaigns that Land New Clients'.
Self-assessment made easy - has a nice ring to it! Like many freelancers, you most probably want to forget the whole ordeal, spend your hard-earned money on things that matter and pretend like tax ain’t no big thing…until next year. However, self-assessment doesn’t have to be stressful, especially if you start planning now. Here is some handy freelance advice to help.
Does John Lennon’s “Imagine” really need any introduction? I know the song, you know the song, the whole music-listening world knows the song, regardless of taste and preference. Actually, to go one step further, regardless of taste and preference—the whole music-listening world has abject respect for it.
There’s something about Ella. A professionally trained dancer, model and creative director, Ella Judge is passionate about collaborating with fellow freelancers to create content that promotes important causes. In this piece, we explore Ella’s exciting career to date and chat about a recent shoot she organised with fellow creatives to help raise awareness of breast cancer.
Joy Adenuga is an award-winning freelance make-up artist and beauty brand owner based in the UK. She discovered her love for make-up while passing a stack of beauty magazines at the airport and was so inspired by the make-up artistry that she immediately resolved to get her name on the cover of a magazine one day. After a decade in the beauty industry, Joy finds herself living out her dream as she works with top names like Sarah-Jane Crawford and Ronald Cyler to create unbelievable make-up looks.