Tired of the same freelance self-promotion patter? Learn how to create campaigns to promote your freelance business and highlight things you care about in this special session!

Have you every considered using your freelance super powers to highlight the causes you care about? Are you worried how to make noise without working with an existing organisation or movement? Are you interested in demonstrating your skills as you work without facing burn out?

Then this is the event for you!

Join designer Jessica Harkins and content creator Rebekah Lambert as they lift the lid on what it took to create the Great Last Impression, a campaign designed to give Australians a good death while also promote their fledgling agency.

In this special session on how to create campaigns, you will learn:

  • Why choose campaign-based work over pro-bono work for self-promotion
  • How to use constraints effectively to define, design, develop, deploy and maintain the campaign
  • The process behind collaborating on a ground up campaign from an art and copy perspective
  • The tips, tools, tricks and more to make it affordable, flexible and most of all, fun
  • How to measure your success – and leverage it to get eyeballs and clients


Unashamedly Six is the unleashing of the inner (creative marketing campaigns) children of Six Onions Design and Unashamedly Creative. We come together for select projects that are looking to challenge the standard conventions of Australian marketing, design, content, and community. Our approach puts experimentation, creativity and curiosity back into campaign work where it belongs.

Our aim is to build you the campaigns, digital spaces, community-facing content, and social media experiences the others won’t.

Find out more about Unashamedly Six at linkedin.com/company/unashamedlysix

Experience our maiden campaign via https://agooddeath.com.au/


The Freelance Jungle is a Patreon-powered grassroots community for Australian and New Zealand freelancers. We remind freelancers and creatives that stress has a productivity cost and promote self-advocacy through raising the knowledge bar and ending isolation. We aim to help freelancers feel more connected with their personal and professional creativity without the hard sell vibes.

The Freelance Jungle has a Facebook community, virtual catch-ups for stress reduction and networking, and a commitment to education via podcasts, blogs, and online learning.



Mailing Address:
The Freelance Jungle
PO Box 68
NSW 2528