“What do I send?” Getting started is always the hardest part. I’ll give you a hand. Here’s the information I need to know before we get started:
The project. Photoshoot? Graphic design? Tell me what we’re doing.
Your ideas. Got a few general thoughts, maybe some inspiration? Sounds good. Or do you know pretty much what the end product should look like? Fill me in, let’s get it done!
The timeline. When does this need to be done by? Deadlines make things get done faster.
Your schedule. Specifically for Photoshoots. This is so we can find a time that works well for both of us, and I can get materials/props/volunteers with advanced notice.
Dimensions. Specifically for Digital Art and Graphic Design, also applicable for Photography. How big (or small) of a canvas am I working with?
Artsy-smartsy stuff. Colors, inspiration, the vibe the end product should have, that kind of stuff. Get technical, leave the wording casual, whatever you’d like. We’ll get it right together.
Phone: 941-414-5755 Email: email@example.com The best way to get in contact with me is through text. I respond quickly and can easily send images, videos, etc. Email is also a great method. I respond to emails equally as fast as text messages and can also send necessary attachments. During the school year, my schedule does not allow much time for phone calls. If this is your preferred method, please make sure you leave a voicemail with your name, number, and project so I can get back to you. Social media is a great way to stay in contact and keep up with my current projects, but is not as great of a way to communicate. If this is your preferred method, expect slightly slower responses, but still the same high-quality work. Click the icons below to check my Pinterest and Instagram.