P? Possibly. Potentially. Perhaps.
Where Is Your Office?
I don’t have one, for me it’s unnecessary overhead. So I tend to work out of the Gkadstone Hotel when working at home isn’t cutting it. Love it there.
When Do You Offer Workshops?
I work with any number of organizations to offer workshops in social media for artists. They are always listed on the workshops page on this website. You should come. I’m also available for hourly one-on-one teaching and training, and to come work with you and your staff or Board.
What Do You Do?
Wander over to the Home page – should all be there.
What Would You Need from Me for Us to Work Together?Blog post on this right here: What You’ve Got Is What I Need.
I Bet You’re Expensive. Can I Afford You?
I have no idea. We haven’t even talked yet. Let’s do that first, and see if we can make something work. Anything is possible.
Do You Write Grants?
Yes and No. I am good at writing grants for companies I know, work I am familiar with and clients who know that grant writing is a symbiotic relationship. Grant writing is part artist, part administrator. Random grant requests two weeks before a deadline? Nope. My best possible work comes from knowing your work.
Do You Chaperone Field Trips?
Yes and no. I talk about supervising trips sometimes, but they are for specific classes taught by folks I’ve known for years. Art field trip with your media class and you are someone I went to university with? Yes. Otherwise? No. But I am police-checked, in case you were wondering.
Will You Come talk To My High-School/University Class about careers and life after school?
YES. Yes I will. I love coming to talk to students about careers in the arts other than acting. I like students, they’re interesting to talk to and we generally have a good session because I do not lecture – we have a conversation. I am big on that. One of the session I did last spring had questions ranging from How can I meet Harry Stiles? to What is a good paying job in your career? to How can I balance life and school stress if I go to university? By all means. Be in touch.