This week I had designer and artist, Jeffrey Thelin on the show. Jeffrey was previously on the podcast (Ep. 5) and if you haven't listened to that episode I highly encourage you to. This week I had Jeffrey on to talk about his experience during the current Covid-19 pandemic. Jeffrey worked from home before so I felt his insight into how he's adjusted since the quarantine would be a unique one. We talked about the adjustments Jeffrey had to make, his advice to other creatives as we're adapting to new work environments, and how he's stayed inspired. A huge thank you to Jeffrey for coming back on the show and sharing his insights into the current pandemic. Jeffrey has some amazing work so make sure to check it out at the links below:
Jeffrey and I talked about a couple of different resources for young designers in this week's episode. If you want to check those out you can find them below:
Freelancer's Union: https://www.freelancersunion.org/
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