Unhindered Arts

5.0
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
(6)
5.0
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
Icon
6 reviews
5
100%
4
0%
3
0%
2
0%
1
0%
  • Hans S.

    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon

    Jacquelynn was courteous and timely in her response. Her graphic digitizing of my project was affordable, crisp and professionally well done!

    Feb 23, 2017Verified
  • Ilaria V.

    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon
    Icon

    Great writer who was able to accommodate a tight schedule with professionalism and grace. We communicated every step of the process, she listened to my preferences and I was very happy with the end result!

    Feb 20, 2017Verified

About this pro

Hello there, I’m Jacquelynn Faye. I work with individuals, and companies of every size, fulfilling their editorial, artistic and photography needs. As an artist, what I do doesn’t just vary from project to project, but is specialized to the individual needs of who I am working with, and what your ultimate goals are. Novelist, editor, editorial & copy-writing, artist, graphic designer, web designer, and photographer are just a few of my titles. If you need commercial photography for your business, products, staff or events, we’re happy to help. We can also provide graphic design, website design & maintenance, or mural art for your place of business. For our individual clients we are Life Photographers. Any occasion or just to memorialize life, Unhindered Arts is here for you. Having something original is great, that’s what everyone is supposed to want. It’s what you’re looking for. Everyone’s original these days. What is vital to that originality is combining it with quality and detail that no one notices. That’s right, details that no one notices. This is a good thing, because it is when these details are missing that people do notice. The last thing you want is to stand out in the wrong way. Working with you one on one, I am going to customize our project, your vision, together. Giving you what you want is not good enough. You might not need what you want. You might not even know what you want, let alone what you need. It seems like I do too much to some people. I can't say that I blame them. It is a little overwhelming if you say it all at once, so generally I try not to. I have a lot of passions in my life though. Where is the rule that says I can only choose one? Having a diverse collection of expertise and experiences builds my overall platform, but the bottom line is this is what I love doing. I get new challenges every day. Doing so any things, I can't get burnt out because I am bored of doing the same thing every day, that's just not possible! I get to learn something new every day. I was home schooled; to learn something new every day has truly been an aspiration all my life, and I hope that continues to my last day.

Years in business

10

Times hired on Thumbtack

5

Number of employees

3

Background check

Completed
Show more

Photos and Videos

10 photos

    Q & A

    • What is your typical process for working with a new customer?
      We talk. I want to get to know my clients. I need to understand who they are so I can help form a visualization of their goals, and how they can become a reality. It's incredible how rarely I ever have to do revisions. By the time I truly begin on a project I generally have a very solid understanding of what my clients not only want, but what they need. The two are not always the same. You have to get to know people to understand both.
    • What education and/or training do you have that relates to your work?
      Having been home schooled as a child, I developed a wildly rebellious nature when it comes to standardized education. I don't have certificates or a degree, but I have read more vast amounts of literature on several subjects and topics. Essentially whatever it is I need to learn I set out with the same drive I have for my work until I feel thoroughly educated on the content. I am self taught, and I am very proud of that.
    • How did you get started doing this type of work?
      All of it stemmed from my love of literature. That's what set me down this path. I wrote a book, I got signed. One thing lead to another and I ended up working for the publishing company as an editor. I fell in love with the graphics our lead artist created and she was very generous in teaching me and guiding me to places I could learn more. Next thing I knew it I was doing the photography for book covers, handling web graphics and marketing designs. When I made the personal choice to leave publishing, I kept all of my passions and simply redirected them and allowed myself more opportunity to work in several fields of industry.
    Coverage Area for Unhindered Arts is about 150+ miles of Springfield, MO.