Considering becoming a freelancer in the creative industries? Haven’t got a clue how to set yourself up?
Then come along to the free series of virtual events during National Careers Week (1st-4th March) and learn all about what it’s like to be a freelancer from the experts themselves. If you want to make the jump from graduate to freelancer or learn more about the exciting and colourful world of creative freelancing, book your tickets below!
Monday 1st March 12.00-13.00: This is the first of our ‘Freelancing in the Creative Industries’ panel discussions, and will be ideal for anyone who wants to find out more about becoming a freelancer!
Book your free tickets here
Hannah Lane is a freelance Producer working within the production and agency side. She tends to produce commercials, branded and social content as well as stills (and OOH) campaigns. Hannah’s role is from inception all the way through to final delivery and distribution. Some clients include Mindshare, Sky, Blue Dragon, Max Factor, and Levis.
Valerie Ebuwa is a freelance dance artist, activist, writer and model based in London. She started her training at Lewisham College before obtaining a BA HONS degree from London Contemporary Dance School. Amongst others she’s recently worked with; Vincent Dance Theatre, Clod Ensemble, Eddie Peake, Protein Dance, Holly Blakey, MichaelDouglas Kollektiv and Compagnie Thor. As a maker, she has choreographed and created Body Data, CTRL+V, ValUE and Down Bad/ How do you wanna go out? Valerie writes for I am Hip Hop magazine; a printed and online publication championing Hip Hop culture. Her work has been featured in Crack Magazine and i-D.
Connor’s films have screened at over 100 film festivals worldwide, winning multiple awards. After a few years working in the set decoration department on the likes of Star Wars : The Last Jedi and Mary Poppins Returns, in 2018 Connor went full time with his company Lowkey Films producing commercials and music videos for clients such as; Mastercard, Adidas, Johnston & Johnston alongside developing a slate of feature films, currently in various stages of production.