Q: Can I hire you for a one-time project?
A: I am no longer freelancing. Instead, all projects may pass through my current employer if you would like for me to work on your project.
Q: Can you help my non-profit organization with design work for free?
A: Generally, no. Please get in touch with me regarding the scope of work and cause and I will review and make a determination.
Q: I’m a recruiter, will you please take my client’s design/development test and apply for their position?
A: It is exceptionally rare that I will spend time on any type of “testing” during an interview process. My portfolio, years of experience, and results are enough to make an evaluation for employment.
Q: Will you work as a 1099 contractor?
A: At this point of my life, probably not.
Q: Are you willing to relocate?
A: Generally no, but it depends on the location; I may make an exception for some states inside the U.S.
Q: Are you willing to travel for work?
A: Yes, I am willing to travel up to 6 weeks total a year for business purposes. Depending on the position, I am willing to bump that constraint up.
Q: Have you ever done remote work before?
A: I’ve been remote working well before the pandemic. Since 2012, I have worked from home, minus a 2-year stint of working in a downtown office.