The illustration world’s best-kept secret. Now in two flavors!

Commissioning artists for a project? Make it less stressful with a Choreus companion. Want to tap into a well of emerging talent? Check out our community. If you’re coming from a brand or agency, go here.

Wish you had an agent or project manager on demand? Perhaps you’re looking for more direct client exposure? Choreus has you covered. If you’re a freelance creative, go here.

For Studios & Brands

Choreus is an extension of
your art-buying team.

Commissioning artists for a project? Make it less stressful with Choreus. Our Companion service provides a single point of contact for managing projects and takes care of any complex internal vendor processes, while our Community offering gives you access to a well of creative talent.

Companion

Find and work with
multiple artists from a single
point of contact

Creative talent, matched to you, managed in one spot.
Not sure where to find the right artists to fit the bill for a creative brief you’re working on? Maybe you need to commission a lot of illustrators and animators to work on the one brief but juggling different communication channels and processes for each vendor is proving to be a nightmare? Whether you’re a brand or an agency, Companion can help to make art-buying easier. Whether you want us to match you to creative talent from our diverse and global network or you’re bringing your own artists to the job, we can manage each of them for you through a single point of contact, so you can stop stressing about outreach, onboarding, and billing, to focus on getting the job done.

We’re here to give your business’s art-buying arm a helping hand.

From wading through oceans of art and illustration portfolios to making sure everything stays to budget, art-buying isn’t easy — believe us, we get it. But, having worked with a huge network of artists to wrangle even the most ambitious briefs and clients across countless contracts, we know our stuff and we’re here to help.

Choreus brought together four international artists to work live during the 2020 Australian Open. Above: Marylou Faure (l) and Beci Orpin (r).
Choreus brought together four international artists to work live during the 2020 Australian Open. Above: Timothy Hunt (l) and Cari Vander Yacht (r).
Choreus has engaged upwards of 50 artists on behalf of Disney for social media campaigns. Above: Hokyoung Kim (l), Mel Milton (r)
Choreus has engaged upwards of 50 artists on behalf of Disney for social media campaigns. Above: Tiffany Jan (l), Luke Swinson (r)
Choreus has worked with Coles Australia to engage 20+ artists nationwide for their new local stores, matching each one to an artist connected to the area. Above: Callum Preston
Choreus has worked with Coles Australia to engage 20+ artists nationwide for their new local stores, matching each one to an artist connected to the area. Above: Guy Shield
Choreus has worked with Coles Australia to engage 20+ artists nationwide for their new local stores, matching each one to an artist connected to the area. Above: Guy Shield

What Companion offers

So we’ve explained what Companion is but you’re probably wondering what it looks like when it comes to an actual project. Here’s a tidy summary.

1
Simply tell us what you’re after and we’ll search our artist networks for you or access our diverse listing of creative talent from within the Choreus Community. Got your own artists in mind? BYO and we’ll help you through the rest.
2
Work with people who speak your language. We can translate any notes into a workable brief. Whatever information you bring to us, whether it’s from you or your creative team, our producers can turn them into a clear creative brief and actionable feedback.
3
We’ve spent years tweaking and developing a suite of simple (but effective) workflow tools and software specifically for creative project management. They not only respect your existing processes but provide you with clear presentations and paperwork as well as defined milestones, deliverables and revision blocks.
4
Our terms may be informed by industry best practices, but they’re in plain English. This protects you and the artist and ensures everyone’s on the same page and looked after.
5
Whether you use our third-party project management tools or keep it all in a mega-long email thread, our producers are overseeing every step so you can focus on your core role.
6
Save yourself the hassle of multiple communication channels. Companion provides a single point of contact for every artist you’re working with, keeping all brief, billing and project information together.

A global team to help you bring your project home.

Meet the Choreus team of agents and producers — the translators, negotiators, calculators, communicators and people who make projects happen. They also happen to span three different countries and continents, meaning we not only bring global experience to each project but can easily adapt to suit your timezone. 

Aja Perrone
Australia

Aubrey Halloran
USA

Bianca Bramham
USA

Clara Marcus
UK

Claire O'Boyle
USA

Danielle Barnhart
USA

Jeremy Wortsman
Australia

Jessica Harris
Australia

Katie Ayling
Australia

Li Liang Johnson
Australia


Keen to talk to us? Leave your details here and we’ll be in touch!
Don’t like forms? Email us at choreus@jackywinter.com

Community

Get free access to a
diverse and growing network
of creative talent.

Our goal is to grow the Choreus Community listing into one of the most comprehensive listing of illustrators and animators online. Find someone you like? Quickly and easily link directly to their own portfolio site.
Artists can self-categorise themselves according to style, location, and cultural identity so you can easily find the best match for your brief.

Access a bountiful network of artists and talent.

The internet is vast and meandering and it’s not always easy for brands and businesses to track down the right artists for their needs. Equally, it’s beneficial to artists at all levels to have a simple and trusted place to list their work. The Choreus Community listing gives you free access to a huge assortment of creative talent and allows you to easily filter your search results through artist-created categories, so you can make sure you’re getting the best creative match for your project.

We’re currently in the process of porting our 1000+ members over into our new listing, but you can preview the Community offering by clicking here.


Need an extra hand with the search?
Let us tap into our Community (and beyond) to find the right artist for your project. Drop us a line below.

Don’t like forms? Email us at choreus@jackywinter.com

For Artists & Creatives

Choreus is your key to on-
demand project management.

Wish you had an agent to quote, manage and liaise for you across an entire job? Try Companion. Maybe you’re after specific, one-off expert advice? Consult’s got you. Or join a live network of creatives and submit your work for clients to see with Community. With three service tiers, Choreus covers every creative need.

Companion

On-demand project
management for freelance
artists.

We do the admin so you can do the art.

Not all artists want full-time agency representation, but sometimes we all need a hand. If a project’s got you questioning quoting, keeping revisions under control or engaging third party suppliers, Choreus can step in. Our Companion service can take on as much or as little client communication and negotiation as you need at every step of the job. We’ve negotiated thousands of contracts, navigated the most ambitious briefs and handled endless kinds of clients — all while helping artists to reduce the risks they face and get commercial projects off the ground and over the finish line.


Here’s how it works —

1
You fill out our form, we review your project details. Once we’re sure we can help, we’ll make it official with some paperwork and then get down to the nitty gritty. We’ll chat with you about the best way we can collaborate on the job, help you prepare presentations or decks, review any preliminary contracts and answer all your questions along the way.
2
Then comes the quote. We’ll work with your client to get all the details on scope, specs, timelines, licensing and everything they might not have considered (even the weird stuff) and get it all laid out in plain English so everyone is on the same page. If you’d like a legal eye to look over things, we have a wide network of trusted professionals we can get on board for an additional fee.
3
Once the job’s signed off, we’ll get you, the client and the brief set up with our project management tools so everything’s in easy reach. You’ll work directly with them on creative and we’ll be there to take care of the rest — keeping it to timeline, managing revisions, rebriefs, logistics, conflict mediation and anything else that pops up.
4
The client gets the final files, an invoice and a clear licensing agreement outlining exactly where and how they can and can’t use your work. They pay us directly and we then transfer your money to you minus our agreed fees. That’s your part done — simple.
5
Once your work’s out and about in the wild, we’ll hunt down samples and get the client’s permission for you to put them in your folio. People see them, people want you, rinse and repeat.

Don’t need us to handle a whole project or just want to test the waters?

Check out our Consult Service.

A global team to help you bring your project home.

Meet the Choreus team of agents and producers — the translators, negotiators, calculators, communicators and people who make projects happen. They also happen to span three different countries and continents, meaning we not only bring global experience to each project but can easily adapt to meet your timezone.

Aja Perrone
Australia

Aubrey Halloran
USA

Bianca Bramham
USA

Clara Marcus
UK

Claire O'Boyle
USA

Danielle Barnhart
USA

Jessica Harris
Australia

Jeremy Wortsman
Australia

Katie Ayling
Australia

Li Liang Johnson
Australia


What Companion offers

Wondering if our Companion service is going to give you what you need? It’s more than just a liaison point between you and your client. Here’s what else is on offer.

1
We’ll create custom presentations and beautiful paperwork for you so you look like the pro you are and can make sure your client knows it.
2
Creative work is a fickle beast. Clients can chop and change and so can briefs. We’ll make sure your time is covered if anything goes awry and have a paper trail to confirm it.
3
We put together ironclad terms and conditions to keep you and your work protected. Kill fees, cancellation terms, clear scope outlines and definitions, indemnity, liability, warranties and beyond — we’ve got you covered.
4
Unless your client decides they want to front the fee for a complete buyout, your work will be protected by a licence agreement. This ensures everyone’s clear on when, where and how the artwork can be used, as well as the associated costs if that changes.

Ready to roll? Just fill out the form. Submitting a project enquiry is free.
If it’s your first time, start with our FAQ, then fill out the form. Please note, if you’ve been asked to sign an NDA, ensure any details you share with us are in compliance with your agreement. If you’re unsure you’re how to proceed, please read this section in our FAQ.
Don’t like forms? Email us at choreus@jackywinter.com

Consult

Just after some advice?
Our experts are on-hand when
you need it.

The freelance artist’s secret weapon

Don’t know what to charge? How do you present your folio to get a job?
Dealing with a tricky client? Some questions need expert answers. Consult gives you tailored professional advice you can use.

Experienced,
Specialist Producers

You’ll get guidance and advice from highly-trained and experienced producers who have worked across thousands of commercial art commissions.

You Asked,
We Provided

Our most requested consultations, when and how you need them: quotes, contracts, licensing, project management, logistics, conflict resolution and folio advice. Hallelujah.

On
Demand

Full-time agency representation isn’t for everyone. Choose the service you want, when you want it — without the whole kit and caboodle.

Industry-Specific
Knowledge

Are you an illustrator, animator or maker of original artworks? We understand you, your market and your clients.

Global
Coverage

With offices in the US, UK, and Australia, our producers cover a wide gamut of markets.

Legal
Advice

We know when to stay in our lane. If you need legal or specialist advice, we have a wide network of trusted professionals we’re more than happy to refer you to.

Community

Get your work in front of
clients and talk to other artists
and experts.

Submitting your profile is totally free and will link directly to your own folio site — no strings attached.
Make sure clients know what your offering is all about. You can categorise yourself (your style, your location, your cultural identity.) using our predefined tags or create your own to help clients find you.
Our goal is to grow the Choreus Community listing into the most comprehensive listing of illustrators and animators online. Clients are welcome and encouraged to use and peruse it, so if you’re on there, your work will be seen.
Just want some guidance or to meet like-minded creatives? Our artist-only Discord channel lets you chat and ask questions among industry peers and experts.

Chat. Learn. Get noticed.

Want to get your work in front of potential clients? Maybe you’re after feedback on your folio from like-minded creatives? Community not only provides a client-facing space to list your folio, but access to an artist-only Discord channel where you can chat and get advice from our experts and other artists.

Don’t like forms? Email us at choreus@jackywinter.com

About Us

Choreus and its services are powered by the seasoned team at The Jacky Winter Group — a creative representation and production company, with offices in London, Melbourne & New York.

The freelance artist’s best friend

Since 2007, Jacky Winter has proudly and fiercely carved paths for talented freelance artists to collaborate with agencies and clients of all kinds. Representing a roster of 100+ artists across the globe, we’ve negotiated and produced thousands of commissions for countless commercial applications.

Wait. Weren’t you called Corvid before?

You’re right. And, while we truly loved that name, it unfortunately put us just one letter away from sharing a title with a certain global pandemic. When we said we’d love our service to go viral that isn’t exactly what we meant so, like most things in 2020, we had to pivot...

How does Choreus differ from Corvid?

In addition to a slight tweak of our artist services (no fees to vet Companion projects, moving the community from Slack to Discord, and more) the biggest change is that we have expanded our Companion and Community offering to creative studios and brands to offer a single point of contact for long-term and/or large scale art buying engagements.

On top of that, our new publicly viewable community database has been developed, which gives clients a bit of insight into the extended network of artists in our Community.

To find out more, visit our new client-specific Companion and Community pages on our landing page.

What’s up with the name Choreus?

Choreus is the latin root of the word “choree”, but that probably doesn’t make things clearer to anyone. A choree is a poetic meter where a stressed (or long) syllable is followed by an unstressed (or short) one. Basically, we take the stress out of your creative projects. Neat, hey?

Having trouble pronouncing it? Kick-off “curious” with “core” and you’re on the right track (which we think is quite lovely — after all, aren’t all artists curious to their core?), but “chorus” works too when you’re all about working together.

Who are you? What qualifies you to be handling these projects?

Choreus and its services (Community, Consult and Companion) is powered by the seasoned team at The Jacky Winter Group—a creative representation and production company based in Melbourne, New York, and London. Since 2007, Jacky Winter has proudly and fiercely carved paths for talented freelance artists to collaborate with agencies and clients of all kinds. Representing a roster of 100+ artists across the globe, we’ve negotiated and produced over tens of thousands of commissions for an infinite variety of commercial applications. At the core of Jacky Winter and Choreus is a devotion to creating a healthy creative ecosystem—one in which artists can thrive and earn a livelihood doing what they love.

Our producers have worked across all sorts of projects—murals, packaging, street posters, live illustration, TVCs, 3D printed sculptures, logos, augmented and virtual reality, fully integrated all-media campaigns, animated GIFs... you name it. Our primary clients are advertising agencies, design studios, publishers, consultancies and often direct to client.

Together we’ve worked with the biggest (and smallest) clients, brands and artists in the world to produce commercial projects that we’re incredibly proud of—not only because of the beautiful artworks we’ve delivered on time and on budget, but also because we’ve worked extremely hard to negotiate fair rates and working conditions for those we represent. We know our stuff!

Is Choreus an agency?

While we were created and operated by an agency, Choreus is not an artist rep in itself. By signing up to our community or engaging in one of our services, you are not committed to us in any way.

In the last fifteen years we have had thousands of artist commissions and come across even more talented artists. All people we would love to help and work with, but the pure math of how many people and the time and resources we had available had previously made this impossible using the traditional representation model.

While the core principals and workings of a full service agency like Jacky Winter still have a firm place in the industry that we are fully committed to, Choreus can act as the inverted model of JW, therefore allowing us to be there when needed for the many artists who could benefit from our services, while at the same time offering further value for our long-term clients whose needs are constantly evolving.

What we believe

At the core of Jacky Winter and Choreus is a devotion to creating a healthy creative ecosystem: one in which artists can thrive and earn a livelihood doing what they love; and where clients can tap into a network of the world’s best talent, with peace of mind they're in the hands of professionals who get it done properly.

Where we’ve come from

Over the last 15 years of Jacky Winter’s existence, we’ve received countless requests from artists outside the roster for help on various aspects of their careers and projects. As one of the only groups with the experience and know-how to help them, we’ve long considered how to bring that knowledge and support to a broader commercial art community, where full representation isn’t needed or feasible.

How we do it differently

That brings us to Choreus. While Jacky Winter remains an artist representation agency, catering to longer-term relationships with a select number of creators, Choreus flips the old model on its head to provide on-demand production services to freelance artists, and by extension to our current and future clients.

Inverting the traditional representation system, Choreus takes the full suite of custom tools developed by Jacky Winter to facilitate creative production and, most importantly, a team of dedicated specialists who have collectively negotiated and produced tens of thousands of commissions.

Their experience in the creative industries is broad and their commitment to production runs deep. Our producers are fluent in both languages of artists and clients. They’re the translators, negotiators and people who make it happen. They look after both sides of the commercial equation—taking care of business so the artist can focus on the art and deliver the best possible outcome for the client.

FAQs

I’m a writer / illustrator / archeologist / musician / photographer. Is Companion for me?
Our expertise is in the production of original visual art, although (sadly) not photography at this stage. If you’re an illustrator, animator, crafter or any other sort of image-maker creating original artworks for commercial clients, we’re the people to give you answers. Not sure if your practice fits into these categories? Email us and we’ll point you in the right direction. Companion is our most hands-on service and is ideal for meaty projects that demand a full-time partner by your side, to handle client negotiations and project management. For times when you might not need the whole kit and caboodle, check out our other offerings, Community and Consult.
What languages and territories do you work in?
We have staff on the ground in the USA, UK, and Australia. Despite our attempts at Italian language tapes, our producers are fluent in English only. We have, however, worked with English-speaking clients across the globe and can give advice on a variety of markets.
I’ve had to sign an NDA for this project. What am I allowed to share with you?
If your client has had you sign an NDA (a non-disclosure agreement), any information you share with us in your initial application must be kept general enough so you don’t breach the agreement. Once we accept your project, we’ll send an agreement for you to read and sign, which includes a clause guaranteeing anything you share with us be kept strictly confidential. However, you may still want to check with your client to see if they’d like to make us party to the NDA as well—we’ll be happy to do so, of course. A word of warning: we’ve seen an increase in NDAs that sneak in dangerous clauses such as usage and IP grabs. Please make sure to read your NDAs very carefully to ensure you don’t sign away your rights before you have any information about the project. When in doubt, seek peace of mind by checking with a lawyer.
How much does Companion cost?
There is no fee to submit a Companion project for consideration. If the project is awarded and completed, we take a small commission of the overall project fee. You do not have to pay any fees out of pocket or in advance to use a Companion project, even if we work with you on it and the project does not proceed.
How long does it take from the moment I contact you, to you vetting and approving the job, to you making contact with my client?
We know time is of the essence for most projects, so any briefs received before midday in our local time zones (Melbourne, New York and London) will be vetted and responded to by end of day at the latest. The time until we make first contact with the client depends on a few variables, such as your schedule, the client’s availability, and the nature of the specific project. We always keep things moving as quickly as possible, so in many cases it will happen the same day or next business day. If there are any particular timing concerns tied to your project, be sure to let us know so that we can be extra mindful of this.
What’s in it for my client?
If they’ve ever worked with Jacky Winter (which they very well might have!) they already know what it’s like to have a committed and proactive production partner taking the headache out of the commissioning process and making sure their brief is in good hands. Now, with Choreus, artists across the industry spectrum can engage our services to ensure they are providing clients with the attention and professionalism they know it takes to truly give legs to a creative project. Our commitment to clients is the same as our commitment to our artists–we’re there to ensure nothing gets missed. That the brief, specs and timeline are clear. That everyone knows what they’re agreeing to in terms of budget, licensing, and scope. We make sure the client’s money is spent where it should be and they’re only paying for what they actually need. We keep everything on track and hold our artists accountable for what they’re delivering. We are a dedicated point of contact that a client can call whenever they have questions, need revisions, want to change the brief, or deliver difficult feedback. While the artist focuses on the artwork, we’ll be there to make sure the client is heard, and their brief, time, and money are respected. We’re the freelance artist’s best friend because we’re also the client’s best friend. The two are co-dependent and without positive conditions and outcomes for each, neither can thrive.
Will engaging a Choreus Companion increase my chances of getting a job?
Most clients greatly value what we bring to the process. They understand we make their job easier and the final outcome of the project better. There are many clients who, though still conscious of budget, are driven by getting the best artist and artwork for a project and a process that is efficient and snag-free. These clients understand not only the value you bring as an artist, but also the value we bring, and that any fees put forward will be reflective of fair market rates. On the flipside, there are clients who are entirely budget-driven and sensitive to bringing any additional resources (eg. a producer) to a project that could increase overall costs. There are also clients who aim to take advantage of unrepresented artists, knowing they can propose sub-standard rates. In these cases, we do our best to educate and work with them to find a happy medium. In many situations our premium service will give you a huge advantage, but for clients who are driven only by the bottom line (or who don’t want their communication mediated), they may be reluctant to engage with us. Our role is to put forward appropriate rates and look after your interests, balancing that with the interests of the client and the project. We have a lot of experience with this—and many times it works to everyone’s advantage—but we can’t guarantee working with us will win you the job. Clients are often looking at a range of different artists for a project, so there are many factors that affect who it’s awarded to. If we feel the client or project might be a tricky one, we’ll do our best to catch it at the vetting stage. In any case, we hope the service we’ve provided is helpful in saving you time and resources even if a project doesn’t go ahead.
What if I’m not awarded the project?
While we try to only accept projects that we know have a high chance of success, there’s sadly nothing we can do to guarantee a project going ahead. Clients are often talking to multiple artists at once and the needs of a brief (or its existence at all) can change quickly. We’ll fight for you, but landing a job is never a sure thing. If a project doesn’t move forward, we’ll try our best to get clear feedback for you as to why. That said, we equally invest our time to research, pitch, and negotiate the project up until this point, and do not charge any fees if the project is not approved. We’re equally disappointed when a project doesn’t go ahead, as with every single one we’ve got just as much skin in the game as you.
What happens if a job is cancelled after work has been started (or completed)?
It’s an unfortunate reality that projects get killed from time to time. Nine times out of ten, it’s for reasons out of your control—like a shift internally on the client’s end. Our legal paperwork, which all clients must sign before a project starts, contains a table of kill fees that outlines the payable amounts depending on at what stage a project is cancelled. We make sure you’re covered no matter what happens.
What happens if I’m unable to deliver the artwork, or breach the contract in some other way?
The project agreement exists to protect both you and the client. If for some reason you aren’t able to fulfil your contractual obligations, the client may be entitled to not only terminate the agreement without penalty, but also (in the most extreme cases) a refund of any fees. In all instances where a client terminates a project without a legitimate reason to do so, we’ll refer back to the kill fees outlined in the project agreement to make sure you’re covered for your time.
What are your policies around work for hire and buyouts?
We are fierce defenders of the licensing model, as we strongly believe in almost all cases it serves the best interests of both the artist and the client. We dedicate a lot of time to educating artists and clients alike on how to reach a happy compromise and draw up a licence agreement and fee that takes everyone’s needs into consideration. Where there are pressing legal or logistical circumstances that require a work-for-hire agreement or buyout, we do our very best to ensure the fees reflect the value of this work and we’ll chat with you in depth to consider the best approach. That said, it’s not always possible to reach an agreement with a client that we would deem fair. Sometimes accepting the work on these terms may be the thing that wins or loses the job and artists may have to make tough decisions. Again, we’ll always make sure to clearly communicate your options, so you can make an informed choice.
What are your policies around excess revisions?
A big part of managing your project is making sure you’re not exceeding the amount of work we accounted for in the budget, so all our projects come with a clearly outlined number of revisions, which will also be mapped out in the schedule. This usually sits somewhere between two to four rounds, depending on the specific needs of the project and what the budget and timeline allow for. Throughout the project, we’ll stay on top of the client to make sure that feedback is coming in from the right people at the right times, and that any overages are discussed with all parties. Sometimes there may need to be some flexibility, but we'll always consult with you and ensure when certain thresholds are crossed, these overages are actively negotiated throughout the project.
What legal services do I get with Companion?
The Choreus team of producers are not trained lawyers. However, we've seen, reviewed and negotiated thousands of contracts in our time, so we know our stuff. We can provide you solid general guidance, but for ultimate peace of mind it can be best to get things vetted formally by a lawyer. Where needed, this can be arranged as an add-on with our fabulous legal eagles at Media Arts Lawyers.
When do I get paid?
We don’t get paid until you do, so we take prompt invoice payment seriously. Many invoices are paid within 60 days, but some advertising agencies and larger companies have hard payment terms of N/30 EOM or N/60 EOM (basically, 30 or 60 days from the end of the month the invoice was received), which can push things out even further. There’s usually very little that can be done to change this as it’s hard-coded into their systems, but these systems within big companies also help to ensure invoices don’t slip through the cracks. When invoices are overdue past this period, we take action to recover the payment swiftly. We have legal processes we rely on to collect payments and also provide incentives for early payment, as well as penalties for late payment—which tends to help things along! We’re also set up as vendors with most agencies and holding companies already, which streamlines the process compared to handling it on your own. Once money reaches our accounts, we’ll work to get fees transferred across to you. When you work with Companion, you can rest assured we’re managing all the wrangling needed to get you paid.
How do I get paid? Do I need to invoice you?
Nope! All we need is your preferred payment details. We work with RCIs (recipient created invoices)—basically a fancy way of saying we’ll provide you with a tax invoice as a record of the payment. For artists based in Australia, the UK, or the United States, you’ll be paid by EFT/ACH. Artists in any other country will be paid by international wire transfer.
Can I get money up front?
On some occasions, we can secure a portion of the fees up front through a commencement invoice. This is usually only possible on particularly large projects or projects that require significant upfront fees (eg. for materials). If we do issue a commencement invoice it will be paid to you in the same way as all other invoices. That is, we will deduct our commission before transferring it straight to you and supplying you with an RCI.
Do I have to sign anything?
Yes! Once we’ve vetted your project we’ll send you our simple legal agreement. We’ve worked hard with our lawyers to make sure everything in there is easy to understand (no legal jargon) and everyone’s needs are met and protected. We won’t be able to start on the project until the agreement has been signed, as its purpose is to ensure we’re both on the same page about how we’ll be working together. If anything is unclear we are always happy to help walk you through it, so please don’t hesitate to ask us questions!
How much direct client contact will I have throughout the process?
We are adept at making ourselves as big or as small as needed. Rest assured we'll never take over your role. We find projects work best if we handle the business and you focus on the creative. We’ll take the reins at negotiation stage, making sure we keep you across everything that’s happening. Once a project is successfully negotiated and awarded, you and the client have direct and easy access to each other to talk through the creative, always with support from us whenever you need it. Clients love to hear directly from artists about their ideas, inspiration and vision for the work, so we push for you to be involved in this part. We’ll be there to manage any schedule, budget or tricky conversations that might need to be had.
What if you’re working with multiple artists who are vying for the same job?
This happens from time to time, as clients will often investigate multiple artists before making a final decision. If there’s a potential conflict of interest, this will be raised with you from the beginning. In some cases it may mean we’re unable to take on the job. In other cases we may still be able to find ways to help you. Either way, we’ll make sure any potential issues are made clear as soon as possible.

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