The Freelancer Club supports creative talent with access to paid jobs, a platform to showcase portfolio work, a way to meet other creative freelancers online and offline, events, masterclasses, discounts, legal advice, downloadable documents and much more.
Fashion jobs London - arguably the most sought-after work in the creative industry. London, New York, Milan and Paris, no matter which major fashion city you're in, the aim is the same. Fashion jobs cover an array of disciplines including fashion photography jobs, fashion styling jobs, fashion design jobs, right up to runners and dressers at fashion shows. Fashion jobs are also some of the hardest to land and often the worst paid. Here's our guide to the truth behind the application process and how to land fashion jobs in your sector.
Still don't know what you want to do with your life? You're not the only one. Creative-minds, in particular, often question the merits of going to university and for good reason. We look at why more students are choosing the freelance life over a university education and what you should consider before making your mind up.
Apply to freelance jobs, fast. Freelancers generally have to dedicate a portion of their week looking for new clients. Otherwise known as prospecting or 'new business', adding to your client base is an essential part of developing a successful freelance business. But who wants to be in front of a computer for hours, scrambling to apply to freelance jobs, when you could be out there doing what you love? Close your laptop and let us do the work for you.
Sophia Khan has so much London Fashion Week experience she's practically a part of the velvet furniture. The Freelancer Club sat down with Sophia to pick her brain for her London Fashion Week tips on how to land tickets, finding work at LFW, and organising your London Fashion Week experience.
There are a number of ways to land paid work as a member of The Freelancer Club. The obvious being our extensive jobs board with new paid jobs added every day. However, there's another way to land paid work that is less obvious but just as effective.
How much do you value your work? Some would say it's worth whatever someone is willing to pay for it. Could you find value in your work another way? Stock sites, for example, or syndication agencies could sell on your behalf. What about giving your work away for free?
Freelancing can be a lonely pursuit. Being your own boss is fantastic but you miss out on so many perks that come from working with others. Socially, it can be isolating, no after work drinks or office parties. From a business perspective, it can be hard to focus with so many distractions at home or in coffee shops and networking is practically nonexistent.