In an effort to promote the website FreelanceArtProducer.com, we have started Freelance Friday. The purpose is to promote the freelancers on the site so as to gain more attention for them and the others trying to get hired. So, from now on, when a freelancer on the site provides us with a blog post, we will promote it on a Friday.
Today, we are featuring Susi Paz. She has the distinction of being our first freelance art producer located in Europe, giving the site worldwide relevance! Thank you Susi!
Her clients speak volumes about her flawless ability to manage their projects and her clear understanding of their vision. And, Apparently, she has a great sense of humor as well.
To learn more about Susi, be sure to read on. And, if you think her post is interesting or the site is helpful, please do share it and let your art producer friends know about this new resource. And, if you do share it, let us know that you have done so. We have a little something for you to say thank you.
Where are you searching for photography or other content needs nowadays?
My local book shops and more niche picture libraries.
What are you known for in the art buying/producing world?
Being efficient, reliable and just getting on with it!
Do you have a motto?
Yes (that’s my motto)
How about a favorite place to produce a shoot?
A surveillance tower in London, everyone said I couldn’t get access. so I did.
If you decided not to art produce any longer, what would you choose to do?
How do you describe your job to your mom or someone else not in the industry?
I sort out pictures and footage, you want a picture or a piece of film? I can get it or create it. That’s what I do.
What are some surprising facts about you that you would like to share?
I closed my facebook account when my dad asked to be my friend, I thought that was wrong on so many levels.
What is the last piece of creative that caught your attention?
A Christies auction catalogue.
What do you love about your job?
Creating something from nothing.
What is your favorite way to spend a Sunday?
Going to a secret place early in the morning and looking at all the weird and wonderful things I can buy there.
Photo credit: Photo by Sipa Press/REX (447001c)