The next three chapters deal with how to get a job, working freelance and setting up your own office. The book does a pretty good job at letting you know how you can approach this. He also goes into portfolios and the interview process, what you can expect and how you should be prepared. What are the benefits of working freelance or sharing a space with a partner. If you should work from home or rent a studio. When the time comes to set up your own studio, what do you need to, know? Business plans, location scouting, who you want to work with or even what your name should be? I found this to be very good information and was some of the most practical and helpful stuff I’ve gotten out of the book yet.
Reading # 9, 10, 11 – Ch. 2, 3, 4 June 12, 2009