If you’ve spoken with me in the past 10 months you’ve probably heard me rave about my studio. So now, if you’ve ever wanted to love your studio as much as I do, you’re in luck: I’m looking for a fellow freelancer (or two) to take over for my current studiomates who just had a baby and can’t make the trek across the city anymore. It’s a really great, clean space in a totally rad neighborhood, very close to the Berks station on the Market-Frankford line.
The logistics are yet-to-be-determined, but a new studiomate must be willing and able to co-sign a one-year lease. The lease would start on January 1st, but you could start working here before then if you’d like.
I’d love to continue sharing my studio with fellow designers/illustrators, and super-bonus if you’re interested in collaborating on bigger projects together. But! If you work in a different field, tell me about it.
This isn’t a ideal situation for someone with a lot of furniture/belongings who needs a studio mostly as a storage space – it’s a working studio! If you do have furniture that needs to be accommodated, let me know.
We can’t always get what we want, but my dream studiomate would:
+ be a hardworking individual
+ have several years of professional experience under his/her belt (sorry, no fresh college grads)
+ love Future Islands and Beach House
+ not need a ton of storage space, although an extra cabinet or shelf would be fine
+ be in a design/creative field and…
+ potentially be interested in collaborating on projects
+ be my friend?
If you’re still interested after reading that list…I’d love to learn more about you. Please send a resume and some info and a pizza to melissa.mcfeeters [at good ol’] gmail.com
+ South Kensington (Cecil B. Moore & Mascher)
+ 500 square feet of shared space
+ Shared central worktable
+ Good wi-fi
+ Utilities included
*Based on splitting rent between two people. This number may change slightly depending on the terms of the 2016 lease with the landlord.
Shared worktable + my drafting table
Coffee zone + mini fridge
Looking back toward the door (the shelves in the back will be replaced with another storage solution)
This would be the view from your side of the desk, although it’s large enough that you could slide down to the other end also.