June 3, 2017
Here comes the second of the three-part interview with Sandy Nuttgens.
When we used to meet each month in the late Nineties in a buddy group of youngish London media professionals, a challenge for us all was to set up the next job, before the current freelance gig came to an end.
Freelancing in your chosen career can be hand to mouth. We would use the tasksheet he describes to list calls chasing new work, and buddy support to make sure it was done even in the middle of a creative project. Now if you want to book Sandy, you’ll need to get in an 18-month queue behind the likes of Dreamworks. So, how do you do that?