Toronto, arguably the mecca for all biz-buzz in the marketing and advertising world of Canada.
But of course the internet has made places on a map superfluous so that title really lives mostly in perception, doesn’t it.
FABULO-CITY is the new mecca.
That place in our mind where creativity perculates, bubbles up to the surface then flows freely from one wifi connection to the next.
Location, location, location just doesn’t really matter any more in this realm.
All this to say that even though I physically may live hours outside of TO, I’m readily available for off-site freelance work. Anytime, any day.
I can provide you with art direction & layout, concept development and final artwork or help out with those tedious, mind-numbing and detail oriented jobs for which you just don’t have the time or energy to tackle.
Smiles are included albeit subdued*.
So if you can’t send work, please do send money.
(Insert subdued smile here)
*I’m going through some major dental work at the moment and damn, it’s expensive!
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Love the work.
Not long after I got married, during a visit with my folks, my mother pulled me aside and shared an old-world saying in regards to marriage. Literally translated, it said, “It’s always easier when two people pull the wagon.”
At the time, I considered it a simple, old-world country saying that had no real relevance today. However, over the years it’s become a mantra of sorts for me because it’s really saying that, it’s better when two (or more) people share the load. Duh.
In marriage or relationships it means working together and sharing in both the good and the crap that life throws at you. It makes dealing with the crap easier and the good times that much better. Duh, again.
It also has a place in work too because it’s about teamwork and collaboration as well. Woo-hoo!
A very simple idea to understand but you’ve got to love the hard work required to ‘pull the wagon’ .