I am based in the UK and work at a shared studio just 1 minute from Brighton station and only a 45 minute train journey to London Victoria.
I work with local businesses and, by the power of skype and email, I have worked with businesses based in Thailand, Germany and France. So if you’re not based in Sussex or London and like what you see then please get in touch.
Call +44 (0) 7791 544905
or email email@example.com
Are you a photographer, copywriter, Illustrator,
programmer, web developer or graphic designer?
I love working collaboratively when a project will benefit from it
– it all just depends upon what is needed to fulfil the clients brief!
Why not email me a link to your website or portfolio or say hello on twitter @aimeecreates
Below are some conferences and events that I have been to / go to regularly or should go to more regularly! I highly recommend these to meet other creative minds, please feel free to send me any recommendations that you might have, and tap me on the shoulder and say hello if you see me there:
An independently organized TED event held in Brighton for 2 years running. Ted talks are global www.ted.com ’Ideas worth spreading’ where the world’s leading thinkers and doers gather to find inspiration.
Links to past D-Construct speakers and talks
Glug is More Notworking than Networking™ It is a chance to see your favourite creatives and up-and-coming contemporaries give stimulating talks, make live art and host a whole range of inspiring interactive stuff before your eyes. It’s about talking, collaborating and drinking, not business card swapping.
The Brighton Farm is a networking group for web designers, developers and people with related new media skills who live in Brighton and the surrounding areas.
Originating in the USA, SheSays is an award winning organisation running free mentorships and events to women in the digital creative industries. SheSays Brighton runs regular inspirational talks and networking events, where women in creative industries can meet, share stories, teach each other new skills and provide support in what is still a very male ‘heavy’ industry.