We’re not an agency. We’re a Freelance collective. We use great, talented people good enough to have established their own independent businesses and great reputations in their particular fields. And they work with us because while being a freelancer is great, there’s a lot to be said for teamwork. This also means we can offer more services than a typical label or agency, and that we can match up the right artist with the right photographer, designer, director, writer, whatever they need.

Here are a few of the fantastic folk already on the Fahrenheit team.

Victoria Sayce

Social media and press

In her professional career, Victoria has accumulated extensive experience in marketing, event planning and has dipped her toes into a plethora of creative disciplines. Her business acumen is rivaled by a wit so sharp you could peel your potatoes with it. She has worked alongside an impressive portfolio of companies, like JVC, Amazon Local and Gigwise. This has left her little black book swollen with enough industry contacts to intimidate a power-suited eighties socialite.

Victoria brings a wealth of experience with various online and print publications to the table; editing, curating and writing content for magazines and websites—a skill which she has honed to perfection over the years. The time she invests in organising and promoting others means the tidyness of her desk space leaves much to be desired.

Victoria’s guiding hands are just what small businesses need when they take their first steps into the professional world…when they aren’t beating the life out of her keyboard, that is.

Daniel Olivier-Argyle

Designer

Rising quickly through the creative industry ranks lead Daniel to all manner of opportunities not available to the average creative professional. His soft, colourful, dreamy artistic style has earned him children’s book illustration commissions, and his flair for animated videos has seen him sought out by brands like Paperchase.

Daniel boasts a determination and vigor that is, quite frankly, frightening. Never done it before? He’ll come back the next day a proficient expert. As well as grappling with the illusive creative beast, Daniel also has his skills rooted firmly in the commercial world. Experience in brand creation, print and digital marketing, and web design make him well-armed to launch a company or individual into the stratosphere.

Committing to working with Daniel is a commitment to ultimate perfection—he can often be seen agonising over colour palettes and squinting at his screen to attain pixel perfection. His effortless smarts make him enviable to many of us mere mortals. Just try not to hate him for it.

Emma Cownley

Copy writer

Emma is a professional pen-pusher that likes to take the old skool approach to writing. Given the choice, she'll take a pen and paper, Rolodex and Filofax over a smartphone any day. She's a girl who knows how to wrangle a word and turn a pithy phrase. Bland copy has met its match.

Emma uses her grassroots method to craft effective and eye-catching copy for a variety of platforms, from print marketing, press releases and online content to the odd limerick and Christmas cracker joke. Her enthusiasm for writing is matched only by her obsession for fountain pens. An over-achiever to the core, Emma is the adult equivalent of the classroom boffin. But one with awesome eyeliner and a serious love of rock music FYI.

Matt Frost

Photographer

A professional portrait photographer and conceptual artist, Matt was ITV staff photographer for 2 years, working with some of the best photographers in London including Corrine Day & Terry O’Neil.

Fascinated by investigating how you can place a person or people in a context through images, Matt is eager to bring this and a more considered conceptual approach to play in Band/Music photography.

Forget the generic and think of anything Thom York and Radiohead collaborate on- it always looks amazing and totally outside the box: Their music videos play on story and simple ideas. (Thom singing in a goldfish bowl…) There is always structure and a theme and this is what Matt wants to explore. Creating images that are evocative, imaginative, filmic even, creating a visual tapestry that will express brilliantly the style of any music genre or any artist who is keen to think outside the lines a little.

At the moment he’s also thinking of light painting Epping Forest…

Want to work with us?

If you’re a talented UK-based Freelancer feel free to get in touch. We’re always looking for great new people working in all different parts of the country. Drop us a few lines at contact[at]fahrenheit-london.com with some links to your work and we’ll take a look and get back to you for a chat.

Who we’re looking for

Experience is valuable, but talent is priceless. We’re looking for good people, regardless of what stage of their career they are in. We’re after…

  • Web designers
  • Graphic designers
  • Animators
  • Illustrators
  • Copy writers
  • Photographers
  • Film-makers
  • Directors
  • Social media managers
  • Events managers
  • Marketing people (with a creative background)
  • Actors
  • Models
  • Fashion designers
  • Set designers
  • Stylists
  • What we offer:

    The chance to work with other talented creative people – both our team of Freelancers and our musician customers.

    Flexibility and creative freedom

    You pick the people and projects you work on. Fit them around your other jobs as you like. We’ll do our best to keep you fully-booked.

    A break from chasing invoices

    We pay you, not our artists. So you get paid in a timely fashion and don’t have to worry about chasing up quite as many late payments.

    Extra benefits

    Working for a business has some perks Freelancers just don’t get. We’re looking to change that. We’ll be offering some of the same group savings and discounts that companies offer to staff, along with a few things they don’t.

    Training and support

    We’ll be working with people with a whole range of skillsets and experience, so if you want to learn something new just let us know and we’ll help match you up with a great mentor to teach you.

    A great time

    Whether it’s an invite to an album launch event for one of our acts, guest list at a gig, festival passes or attending a Fahrenheit Social (held twice a year), we want to make sure you get to have some great days and nights out and enjoy being a part of this dynamic entertainment industry.

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