The freelance industry for creatives is booming. Opportunities are open for anyone who has the determination to take on projects — full-time, part-time, project-based. During challenging and uncertain times, having freelance gigs to keep your income flowing is a great reassurance.
If you're still wondering about how to be a competitive player in the freelance industry then maybe you should meet some of the successful crafters of our network!
Historica is a creative business that provides clients with advertising and digital design services. Their approach to branding and creativity is what sets this Indonesian team apart.
The Centuralist is a design firm and consultancy that specifically aims to help founders, young brands, and startups. Together with their clients, the Centuralist team works with helping brands build, scale, and transform in the global market.
Nanang cites his extensive experience in media publishing as a huge advantage to his career as a designer. Working in publishing has given him insights on market demands and trends that can be leveraged through design.
Ariana is a multimedia artist who isn’t afraid to explore with her craft. She’s a photographer and videographer who has experience piloting drones to get the ideal shots needed for a project. When she isn’t behind the camera, she’s in front of a screen — designing graphics, editing videos, or even writing!
Fatima’s experience in web content and editorial strategy gives her an edge as a writer. She has worked with clients such as CosmoPH, Guide to the Philippines, and Bride and Breakfast. Aside from being a writer, Fatima also has a strong interest in calligraphy.
As a Manila-based visual storyteller, Jocas often gets to team up with local SMEs and independent publishers. By closely working with his clients, he is able to tell their stories and help them move towards their business goals.
Keiji’s insatiable curiosity often leads him to try new and exciting things. He shares these experiences with thousands of his followers online through the vlogs and travel reviews which he uploads on his YouTube channel.
Diana’s creativity shines through her love for travel and fashion. This jetsetter’s content is loved by followers from all over the globe. Her online platforms are supported mostly by women in the 18 to 34-year-old range, often coming from Malaysia, Singapore, and Indonesia.
With over 23 million active monthly users and counting, The Asian Parent has one of the largest online media communities in Southeast Asia. The site covers topics that have anything and everything to do with being a parent and raising a family.
Best known for her career as a host on MTV Asia, Hanli has presented in many of MTV Asia’s iconic shows and TV specials. Hanli has also gained plenty of followers from her endeavors outside of hosting. She is a multi-talented artist who actively works as an actress, model, and radio DJ.