Thursday, 15 May 2014

Contacting Studios

What I have Learnt.
What I have learnt throughout PPP is that all studios are different and there isn't a blanket was to contact them all. Each studio will react to something different. I think that most important thing about contacting a studio, is make sure that you know the history and the information about the studio, do your research. Sending them examples of your work that is related to work that they produce will give you an edge over other people as they will see that you have done your homework, and that you will work in a similar way to them. Creating a general promotional pack is a good start for me, but I have found that if I am really interested in a studio and want to work with them, I should be producing something more personal to them, something that shows I am serious about working with them.

During the summer I will be producing screen prints as this is something I really enjoy doing, I will send these off with my amended creative CV, a letter explaining what I would like from them, and a business card so that they can get in touch to imeus. This will hopefully relate to Anthony Peters as he specialises in screen prints. The screen prints will also be used to start putting together a portfolio of the work I like and enjoy, as right now my portfolio would be quite bare.

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