San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
Join us this festive season for our monthly ClubHouse Social event.
Whether you're a creative freelancer in photography, makeup, hair, styling, design, modelling, or video or you're a brand who hires creative freelancers, ClubHouse Social is where it's at.
ARE YOU A CREATIVE FREELANCER LOOKING FOR WORK?
The Freelancer Club welcomes creative freelancers to meet an array of industry brands at our monthly ClubHouse Social event. Bring your portfolio (digital or physical) and business cards, connect with brands in the fashion, music, tech, and media industries whilst making meaningful connections on the night.
PLAYING THE FIELD
ARE YOU A BRAND OR COMPANY LOOKING FOR FREELANCERS TO WORK ON A PROJECT?
Let's be honest, freelancers are taking over! Regardless of your industry, freelancers represent a cost effective way to produce specialised work or offer an exceptional service. Meet some of the most talented creative freelancers in the industry from photographers, animators, bloggers, models, makeup artists, hair stylists, designers, and more.
Whether you require professional images for your marketing campaign, a video for your website, or a full fashion team for a shoot, you'll meet the main players at ClubHouse Social.
BRANDS, MEET FREELANCERS WHO CAN:
Produce visual content (stills, video, animation) for your social media campaigns, website, or marketing material.
Work at your event, fashion show or photo shoot.
- Complete a range of projects for your business.
One on one time with brands
Network with influential industry players
A Festive Drinks Reception
Christmas Treat & Tunes
- An After Party @ Wringler and Mangle
Got a question? Contact: Eve at firstname.lastname@example.org
When & Where
The Freelancer Club
The Freelancer Club was started by Matt Dowling and Nina Malone, a photographer and model respectively, each of whom battled the freelance world and won (just).
After learning the hard way through trial and error, the pair recognised the lack of business and personal support for creative freelancers so they decided to do something about it. The Freelancer Club became a home for creative freelancers to access paid jobs, make contacts, develop their business skills and find support.