In an effort to promote the website FreelanceArtProducer.com, we have started Freelance Friday. The purpose is to promoting 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 Denise Knickerbocker, one of the nicest andmost friendly art producer around. If you have worked with her on a project you know she will get it done and it will be a pleasant experience!
To learn more about Denise, 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?
Photographer and Agent blogs, Art magazines and sites, Rep sites, AtEdge, etc.
What are you known for in the art buying/producing world?
Keeping cool under pressure, creative problem solving and unified teamwork with production for a successful outcome.
Do you have a motto?
Let’s figure out a way to get it done.
How about a favorite place to produce a shoot?
Los Angeles due to the weather, talent diversity and vast amounts of production support available.
If you decided not to art produce any longer, what would you choose to do?
Home Staging which is an extension of set design / propping and art direction.
How do you describe your job to your mom or someone else not in the industry?
Advertising agencies hire me to source photographers and illustrators to create their concepts into ads.
What are some surprising facts about you that you would like to share?
I don’t think this is surprising but I love to be playful and laugh as much as possible. I love to travel the world and take risks in life.
What is the last piece of creative that caught your attention?
What do you love about your job?
I love the people and the team work that it takes throughout the entire process. I’m never bored and I’m always excited about who I get to work with next and the work that we get to produce.
What is your favorite way to spend a Sunday?
Hanging out at the beach with friends reading interior design magazines while listening to great music.