One Year

August 16, 2010

August 2010

A year ago this week, I went freelance. So this seems like a good time for a recap.

In the last year I’ve been extremely lucky to work with clients including Hachette UK, Bonnier, Art Public, Six To Start, Airlock, Newspaper Club, Proboscis, Dennis Publishing, and a number of others. I’m continuing to work with clients large and small on a range of projects within publishing and in the wider spheres of art and technology, which I’ll talk about here when I can.

I’ve also spoken at Playful, SXSWi, Port Eliot and a number of industry events. In the next few months I’ll be speaking at dConstruct in Brighton, and at O’Reilly’s Tools of Change conference at the Frankfurt Book Fair.

This seems like a good point to thank those who’ve been so helpful in the past year, and to reiterate that I’m always interested in hearing about and discussing new work with interesting people. My CV and portfolio are always available. Do get in touch.



  1. …and upwards, James.

    Always find your thoughts on books (and their ideas) stimulating. Thanks for the blog and best of luck for the coming year.

    Comment by Fin — August 16, 2010 @ 1:57 pm

  2. Congratulations. It’s nice to know that someone, at least, is even now managing to make The Dream work.

    Comment by Matt Kuhns — August 24, 2010 @ 2:09 am

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