Getting great work shouldn’t be a matter of chance.

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How do you find an artist?

Or a writer?

Or a photographer?

Or a performer?

Do you search for them on Google or social media platforms? Do you ask your friends for recommendations? Or do you check the classifieds?

If you are like most people, you will find it incredibly difficult to find someone that produces high quality work and shares the same vision, able to produce a piece of work that’s entirely like what you hoped for. 

And I know how it difficult it is.

If you happen to have friends who run in those circles, it gets easier. If you don’t, there’s a high chance that you would either have to go through a middleman, an online portal or an agency. And don’t get me wrong, some of the work that they do is excellent. It’s just that, as a consumer, the information available to you when you go through these channels is simply not enough for making an informed decision. Many a times, you are subjecting the success of your hired work to chance.

We believe that a direct line of communication with the individual providing you a service is incredibly important and central to your buying experience. Direct communication allows clarification of mutual expectations and a better understanding of the other party. This is key in creating a positive experience and establishing a beneficial work relationship for both buyers and sellers.

Wouldn’t it be nice to talk to real people for a change? Not some nameless corporation nor a pseudo sweatshop.

It wouldn’t guarantee perfection but it does increase the odds in your favour.