I'm not a traditional freelancer.
I have a 9 to 5 job as a marketing designer at Love146 which I'm extremely passionate about. However, there is often a bit of spare time and creativity left.
If you're interested in my talents, I'd love to share them: Bring me in on your project to help with graphics, print design, branding, photography, editing, cost-effective production, invitations, idea & marketing consulting, tactile aesthetics, or polishing and finishing touches to make a design really land. I'm also available to give training in softwares or practices tailored to your growth needs.
I'm not a traditional freelancer - so we won't create tons of mockups and go through rounds of revisions and long strings of emails. I'm here as a free agent teammate. Meaning you can bring me in for a few hours to work live with you. I find that if I design while actively sitting and talking with a client, it takes far less time for both of us and they are more happy with the outcome because they've had an active hand in it.
There can be a great mystery to the process of designing simple things. I prefer to remove the barriers and invite you into that. I recently designed a book cover for Harper Collins in less than 3 hours. The process required no guesswork or fancy presentations because I was able to sit and work live with the client. We had a goal of being done in one sitting, and we achieved it.
We can schedule some hours of creative time, and we'll set a goal for what we'll achieve during that time. The more decisive you are, the more we can make happen.
I've seen this freelance design price list comically shared online. It accurately presents the opposite of how I work. I'm not here to tell you what you want. I believe you know what you want (or will when you see it) – I'm here to help you discover it and make it a reality, supplementing the process with years of experience in what works well.
If you'd like to discuss whether I'm a good fit for your team and project needs, and inquire about my rates & schedule availability, just shoot me an email.