“Just do it.” That’s Joe’s advice for anyone considering a freelance career. But how did he get to this point? And how did he make sure that his first weeks of freelancing were a success?
In this episode I get to interrogate Hetty Meyric Hughes, founder of Scroll, a content consultancy and agency that supplies freelance and contract professionals to a wide range of businesses and government departments – including the fabled Government Digital Service.
Guy Andefors of Wildheart Media has been a web designer, a freelancer, an agency boss and now he heads up a content marketing agency. Listen to his experiences that span multiple locations (South Africa, England, India and Sweden) and a variety of working models. As well as discussing this epic career journey, we focus on…
Hear Megan Sayers talk freelancing, parenting, networking and why you should definitely go freelance. Just don’t blame her if it doesn’t work out.
Episode 3! Listen as I chat to Sarah Evans, a wonderfully-talented freelance web designer who lives and works in London. Sarah shares her tips for finding work, getting paid, and staying sane.
Listen to freelance copywriter Will Hillier talk about leaving Brighton for Berlin and starting freelancing without any contacts or clients.
Listen to freelance illustrator Renaud Forestie talk about what it’s like to freelance in France, manage clients and fit a busy freelance career around his young family and a day job.
Our Freelance Life will bring you in-depth discussions with a wide range of freelancers. We’ll hear from designers, developers, marketers and more. We’ll talk to freelancers – and their clients – and learn what it’s like to work without borders.