The Freelancer Club is proud to present London Fashion Showcase, an industry fashion event taking place during London Fashion Week. London Fashion Showcase will feature contemporary designers who have a story to tell and invite press, buyers and VIPs.
Capturing the canals of Venice, shooting skylines in South America, and living a nomad life - how did Allan Hinton go from a mundane full-time office job to a traveling freelance photographer and influential digital nomad in just 3 years? We caught up with the man himself to find out.
Freelance meaning what exactly? Defined as 'self-employed - hired to work for different companies or individuals on projects', being a freelancer means a whole lot more. It starts with a moment of inspiration, followed by a plan of action, and takes a lot of hard work. The Freelancer Club was set up precisely to help freelancers in the creative sector, provide the steps, tools, contacts and learning to achieve your freelance dream.
The Freelancer Club evolves with the demands and requirements of our members. So, here is your chance to tell us what YOU want from your Club in 2017.
We are extremely fortunate to have so many talented, passionate, and creative freelancers in our club. We see a lot of incredible work on the site but don't often hear about the journeys. When we were contacted by Jazzmine, who wanted to surprise her friend and Freelancer Club member, Miguel Villar, with a unique birthday gift, we loved the idea. Enjoy the story of photographer Miguel Villars in Jazzmine's words. Happy birthday.
From time to time freelancers require legal assistance throughout their career. Whether it's contracts and copyright or chasing a late payment, it pays to know the law. Check out our Legal Roadmap for freelancers courtesy of our good friends LawBite.
#NOFREEWORK presents Club Connections. When co-working space, Work.Life, and photojournalist Lihee Avidan combine, beautiful things happen.
Over 1000 freelancers participated in our #NOFREEWORK survey and the results are in. To say the outcome is shocking is an understatement. We always knew there was a problem with freelancers working for free but we never realised the extent of the issue.