About the freelancers behind the collective
Nina came up with the concept of an online curated community of that gives clients direct access to top Australian freelancers.
The platform came about after growing frustration at the number of platforms and agencies popping up that promised to support freelancers, but only put a fence between freelancers and clients. Or asked clients to upload briefs and got freelancers to bid against eachother, which only drives down quality and price.
She scoured the country to find a small group of creative freelancers to bring the concept to life.
The Freelance Collective gives top talent a place to promote their skills and showcase their work alongside like-minded creative peeps and be part of a genuinely supportive curated community of talent.
Emma admits that creative thinkers with organisational skills were previously thought to be mythical creatures. But she’s proof that they can exist within the one person.
She loves connecting and building relationships with people. She works with a variety of clients and loves the instant feedback that freelancing offers her.
Web Designer & Developer
Joel is a web designer and developer with a flair for creativity. His journey into design began when he designed a website for his band. He loved the process so much, he kept at it, developing his skills over the past decade or more.
He is an active member of the Melbourne WordPress community, and loves learning new design tips and tricks.
Clark had a pencil in his hand mimicking the style of his favourite cartoon characters from a very young age. His passion for creating has flourished over the years, and he’s worked tirelessly to stay ahead of the curve.
Clark has worked with a range of local and international clients across graphic design, motion design, content creation, technology and brand development.
Admin & Social Media
Korryn is the go-to person for all things admin. Just give her a task, and leave her to it, and she’ll pop back when it’s done. She prides herself on making the lives of others easier.
She started freelancing to provide meaningful support to businesses instead of making a commission for recruitment agencies.