How I work

As an experienced freelancer, I’m used to working on a wide variety of projects and tailoring my practices to fit in with my clients needs.

That said, I have proven ways of working that have served me well over the years. You can find out more about my rates, work life balance and values below. If you still have questions, let’s have a chat! I’m a friendly and reasonable person and always open to finding solutions that keep us all happy.

My Work/Life Balance

My standard working hours are 10am - 6pm Monday to Friday. I’m a great communicator and respond to emails and calls during this time. I will put in the extra hours when it’s essential to see a project through, however this is an exception rather than the norm, I cherish my evenings and weekends as much as you do! I primarily work from home, but enjoy visits to the office (distance permitting) and have my own equipment.

My Rates

Every project is different and depending on the work required, skill involved, usage and time needed, the price and method of payment varies. I charge based on my years of experience, professionalism and the quality of work I create. I’m always open to discussing your budget and needs but for clarity, my standard day rate is £300 and my hourly rate is £45. I require a contract and will invoice for payment which I expect in 30 days. I work with individuals, small and large businesses and will review prices for causes I consider to be good!

My Values

My favourite projects line up with my values and challenge me to create meaningful, beautiful work with the potential to make a positive difference in the world, however small. I love nature and the great outdoors and endeavour to make sustainable choices in my day to day life, for my clients and with my Etsy Store. I make time for my family, friends and creativity to ensure I stay happy and inspired.

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Friends & Collaborators

I’m lucky to have a community of brilliant, talented and lovely people who inspire me with their work and help me to grow my own creativity. If I can’t help you with a project, I might know someone who can, so get in touch! Here are a few fantastic friends and sources of inspiration:

The Drawn Chorus – A Collective of illustrators, of which I’m also part

Alekadzie – Plein air artist and creative

Mikey Parsons Composer – Video games composer 

Fezziwig Productions – Indie production company for film, podcasts and creative content

Nana Tomova – Storyteller and photographer

Draw Brighton – Life drawing classes and courses in Brighton