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Best Singapore Freelancing podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Singapore Freelancing podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Recorded and produced in Singapore, This Freelancer LIfe is a Podcast from Reels Asia, a leading Production Resource for Media Industry in Singapore for Creative Freelancers. Each episode we sit down with a well known freelancer and talk about what they're up to, how they started their career, what advice they'd like to give to their younger self, and share an industry story or two.
 
"Freelancing is like running your own business." Heard that before? You've got to handle cash flow, client management, project management and you now supply your own 'employee' benefits. This is all while building your name up as a trustworthy business and getting more clients. And there are also bigger things to worry about. Between AI, the blockchain, and whatever Elon Musk is up to—automation and digital technology aren’t just changing the big companies, but are impacting our everyday liv ...
 
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Experts warn the greatest economic casualty of the pandemic will be small and medium-sized firms. We check in with Genesis Motion Design’s Benjamin Ang about impact of covid-19 on his business. How are local companies adapting to remote working? What can creative companies do to survive the economic uncertainty? Welcome to our new resilience series…
 
What will be the impact of the pandemic on our film industry? How will it change the way we make documentaries? We catch up with filmmaker and documentary storyteller OKJ who shares how his perspective has changed during this period and why he is pivoting to different platforms and methods to tell stories. Welcome to our new resilience series, wher…
 
Comics illustration have caught the eye of Singaporeans amid the overwhelming flow of virus related information. From the start of the pandemic, local artists and illustrators are using the medium of comics to document our collective experiences and educate the public. We speak to Evangeline Neo from Evacomics about why comics are such a great tool…
 
The shuttering down of entertainment venues in late March dealt a heavy blow to our local music scene. How can the industry recover from the impact of a pandemic? We check in with DJ duo Paramercy to see what they have been up to since the beginning of Singapore’s partial shutdown and how they continue to keep making music and staying creative duri…
 
What this pandemic has gives us is an opportunity to go beyond reacting to the current situation to building a more sustainable environment for freelancing. At a certain point, you want to be able to stop trading your hours for dollars and gain leverage by earning a passive income. The work we do on our business and in tending to relationships and …
 
What should you do if you are struggling to pay your insurance premiums? Is there any insurance you consider giving up right now? Does your existing insurance has pandemic coverage? If not, how you purchase it? Our new series is a spinoff from our Freelance Creative Exchange series, where we invited previous guests to discuss about how they are dea…
 
Are there opportunities to be found in a pandemic? This week, we speak to abundance coach Eugene Sean who shares how freelancers can develop multiple income streams and what they can do to protect themselves financially in the future. This content references a personal opinion and is for informational purposes only. Please do your due diligence and…
 
Unforeseen circumstances, such as a pandemic, can threaten a freelancer’s livelihood. This week, we speak to Sean who is a creative like us who happens to be interested in finance. He shares with us the basics of investing and why is it important for a freelancer to diversity their comes. Sean Li-wen Cheong has multiple income streams as a freelanc…
 
As content creators ourselves, we work with many actors in our projects and we have a strong appreciation for them and what they bring to our screens. Without actors, there won’t be movies or television. Despite their importance in the ecosystem, many actors find it a challenge to be recognised and rewarded for their craft. We speak to Kris Maveric…
 
Welcome to a brand new season of Freelance Creative Exchange! As the coronavirus spreads globally, local creative companies and freelancers start to bear the blunt of economic fallout with projects being canceled or postponed. We are excited to speak to Nicholas Chee, founder of SG COVID-19 Creative/Cultural Professionals & Freelancers Support Grou…
 
As the coronavirus spreads globally, freelancers start to bear the economic fallout with projects being canceled or postponed. How can we equip ourselves with the tools and knowledge to help us get through this challenging period? To help our freelancers cope with the pandemic fallout, we decide to start our new season earlier. This season, our foc…
 
2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, with the COVID-19 situation hitting all sectors. Our third season looks at the impact on the creative production industry. With Singapore on a 4 week circuit breaker period, workplaces and workspaces for the creative community have had to shut, with uncertainty for so many. It's hard to stay…
 
2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, with the COVID19 situation hitting all sectors. Our third season is about its impact on Singapore’s creative production industry. This podcast aims to be as neutral as possible, to present information, opinions and commentary in a manner that, we hope, is fair and useful to everyone. With so…
 
2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, with the COVID19 situation hitting all sectors. Our third season is about its impact on Singapore's creative production industry. This podcast aims to be as neutral as possible, to present information, opinions and commentary in a manner that, we hope, is fair and useful to everyone. Mental …
 
2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, with the COVID19 situation hitting all sectors. Our third season is about its impact on Singapore's creative production industry. This podcast aims to be as neutral as possible, to present information, opinions and commentary in a manner that, we hope, is fair and useful to everyone. Freelan…
 
2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, with the COVID19 situation hitting all sectors. Our third season is about its impact on Singapore's creative production industry. This podcast aims to be as neutral as possible, to present information, opinions and commentary in a manner that, we hope, is fair and useful to everyone. Social …
 
2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, with the COVID19 situation hitting all sectors. Our third season is about COVID19 and its impact on the creative production industry. This podcast aims to be as neutral as possible, to present information, opinions and commentary in a manner that, we hope, is fair and useful to everyone. In …
 
2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, with the COVID19 situation hitting all sectors. Our third season is about COVID19 and its impact on the creative production industry. This podcast aims to be as neutral as possible, to present information, opinions and commentary in a manner that, we hope, is fair and useful to everyone. In …
 
2020 has been the most challenging year in recent memory, with the COVID19 situation hitting all sectors. Our third season is about COVID19 and its impact on the creative production industry. This podcast aims to be as neutral as possible, to present information, opinions and commentary in a manner that, we hope, is fair and useful to everyone. In …
 
“You are never too old to pursue your dreams” At 62 years young, Beatrice Chien started a new career as a freelance actress. Since then the lively 78 year old retiree has acted multiple roles on stage, television and featured films, including a supporting role as the matriarch Ling Cheh in a Hollywood film Crazy Rich Asians. She shares with us how …
 
Risk. A small word with huge impact. Taking risks involves change and the unknown, a concept that many of us are understandably not comfortable with. As freelancers, how we think about risk affects how well we do in business and in life. This week, we speak to industry veteran Tan Siok Siok, whose interesting career path from filmmaker in Singapore…
 
Imagine being your own boss and running a company at the age of 24! Benjamin Ang shares his entrepreneur journey about what is really like to build a company from scratch, from his first hire to his big break. What is your mindset shift when evolving from being a creative to business development? How can we freelancers develop leadership skills and…
 
Self doubt can hit anyone, but it is especially pervasive in creative careers where success can often come from subjective works. Has the impostor syndrome ever held you back? What challenges do you overcome to feel worthy of getting paid for creative work? We speak to filmmaker Kew and VFX artist José about what it like compete against the best in…
 
Esports is about to be a $1 billion industry and Asia is at the heart of it. Come November 2019, 20 athletes would represent represent Singapore in e-sports at the SEA Games. Is this the best time to break into Esports? What are the different job roles available in the industry? We speak to Lysander Xonra about the fledgling Esports scene in Southe…
 
Is it true that creatives are bad with money? What does it take to sustain a creative life financially? How much should freelancers invest in passive income? In this episode Hariz and Ryan discuss the creative hustle and how freelancers can learn to manage their finances better by having the right mindset and attitude towards earning, saving, and i…
 
Creating your intellectual property is just the first step. How do we protect our ideas from being stolen? This week we speak to successful comic artist Eva about going viral in Vietnam and how her community came rallying around her, after an overseas magazine published her illustrations without her permission. She shared about her journey to get h…
 
Do you need to go to film school to become a successful filmmaker? Director OKJ shares why studying business helps him in his documentary career and how he crave a niche for himself with storytelling. OKJ is a director and documentary storyteller, who is known for his works such as TRESPASS: STORIES FROM SINGAPORE’S THIEVES MARKET. He hopes to prod…
 
Freelance Creative Exchange S2E6 Launching A New Business with Ruxian Hu & John Mathis How do you know when you are ready to start your business? Dressmaker Ruixian and relief printing artist John share how they take the leap of faith and why they couldn't have launched their businesses without their previous experience working as full-time employe…
 
Ever think about designing and selling your original toys for a living? This National Day, meet toy designer Sarah who has found the right balance between creativity and business. #MadeinSingapore #Supportlocal Ever think about designing and selling your original toys for a living? This National Day, meet toy designer Sarah who has found the right …
 
“At the end of the day you know that you've got bills to pay, you've got eat, you've got things to pay for and then it's like money is running low. So, that was the struggle.” Meet the founders of The Maker Girls Studio, Lyn and Vanessa who share their journey going full-time with their side hustle and vision for building a local community of maker…
 
Social media is a powerful marketing tool for freelancers. Makeup artist Beno and designer theKang share how they use social media to effectively engage with their audience, demonstrate their talent and build up their business and reputation. Beno Lim is a celebrity makeup artist, specialising in fashion, creative, bridal makeup. Follow him on Inst…
 
Being a DJ sounds like the coolest job. But there’s more to it than just playing music at a rave, as we found from the hard style duo act Paramercy, made up of ParaNoid and Swave Emercy, two out of the hardstyle veterans in Singapore. They have performed with popular Hardstyle event labels and organisers such as AfterDark Singapore, Hard Ascension …
 
Welcome back to a brand new season of Freelance Creative Exchange! Meet Hui Lian, Chen Chen and Jason, three entrepreneurs who took their side hustle full-time. Join us at MOX as these crafters and makers share their journey from freelancing to setting up their businesses as crafters and 3D. Special thanks to MOX for hosting us at their co-working …
 
Christian Lee and Jason Chan are 2 writers/directors who both came from acting backgrounds. Both are based in Singapore (having moved from Australia and the US respectively) and run the production company BananaMana Films Pte Ltd. Having started in corporate video production, BananaMana Films quickly moved into creative video production for corpora…
 
We talk to Singapore's leading documentary filmmaker, director Tan Pin Pin. Her body of work includes her best-known film, the beloved Singapore Gaga and Moving House, recognized with a Student Oscar. She shares how she crafts her films, sometimes taking up to a year in the editing stage, and the secret to her films - intense research into her subj…
 
S2E10 We talk to one of Singapore's top commercials director, Desmond Tan. His company, Atypical Films, was behind the viral McDonalds Ramadan video that grabbed international media plaudits and over 1 million views on YouTube. He shoots for major clients and when he came by to record this interview, he fell in love with our fancy pants headphones!…
 
S2E9 - We talk to William Chan, one of Singapore's best designers, whose art collective PHUNK Studio won the President's Design Award in 2017. He's been part of PHUNK for 25 years with 3 partners who were all from LaSalle School of the Arts, spent several years at MTV learning about broadcast design and the last 6 years have seen William helming hi…
 
This Freelancer Life talks to Jasmine Ng Kin Kia, a filmmaker who tells stories across different media. She’s worked in film, television, theatre, and site-specific installations. Her credit list includes Moveable Feast, Eating Air, SHIRKERS, Lonely Planet Six Degrees, FUTURE FEED, Our Town, In The Silence of Your Heart). She edited Eric Khoo’s 12 …
 
This Freelancer Life talks to Hossan Leong, a multi-talented artist with credits in TV, film, stage, radio and emceeing major events. Affectionately known as “Singapore Boy”, he is a consummate performer who brings a joyous spark to everything he does. We discuss his upcoming final show in August of 2019, the things he learned on his first scene as…
 
As 2018 comes to a close, the team comes together to reflect upon the year, share their goals for 2019, freelancer mindsets and discuss the trends affecting the freelancing landscape in Singapore such as AI and Data Analytics. From all of us at CreativesAtWork, we like to wish all our viewers a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! Thank you for all …
 
How is NTUC helping the freelancers with its existing initiatives? How do we change both employers’ and freelancers mindset and make freelancing a sustainable and viable career for everyone? We speak to Ang Hin Kee, Assistant Director-General for The National Trades Union Congress’s (NTUC) and Director of NTUC's Freelancers and Self-employed Unit (…
 
It’s the young vs. veteran! ? Food stylist/photographer Alicia and writer Wayne share their creative journey and how they develop their personal brand and style in their photography and writing. What impact do Teenage Mutant Teenage Turtles have on Wayne’s writing career? How do family recipes influence Alicia’s decision to freelance? Watch the ful…
 
Artist and Producer Vanessa Fernandez talks to This Freelancer Life about her musical journey from a member of ground-breaking hip-hop acts like Urban Xchange and Parking Lot Pimp through to her solo turn under the moniker of Vanetta, managing radio stations and performing at festivals around the world, such the Gilles Peterson Worldwide Festival (…
 
How is blockchain changing the way the way we look at advertising and contracts? What is its potential impact on the Singapore media industry? This week we speak to VIncent Lim, a media & entertainment Maverick about how his video-sharing app is using blockchain to change the way videos get monetized and connecting brands and influencers directly. …
 
In this episode, we talk to Rob Middleton, a director, and channel creative director who also happens to be one of the best-known voice talents in Asia. Having been the voice of MTV Asia when the icon channel launched in Asia in 1991, Rob's voice, his voice has been used on countless TV ads, corporate videos and as the channel voice for other broad…
 
Making the decision to leave a full-time job to freelance is intimidating—and it’s not the right choice for everyone. Why do some of us choose to freelance ever the stability of a full-time job? What are challenges we faced as we transition into a freelancing career? Most importantly, is the switch to freelancing worth it? Join us for another episo…
 
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