Looking for a Studiomate!

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About the space:

The unique 3 level shipping container structure is filled with makers, small businesses and entrepreneurs as well as Subrosa Coffee (location #2!) and a beer garden. There is a courtyard area with a community table for lunch, meeting with clients, taking a break in the sun. The biggest upside to working from this lovely space is the opportunity it creates to connect with other solid Oakland folks doing cool things. 

The space is small but is the perfect amount of space to work in and will be a really nice place to come to every day. Ideal for a graphic designer, writer, or anyone else who works primarily from their computer and doesn't need much more than that. Guests can stop in occasionally and meetings can be arranged with notice.

Features include:

  • Fully furnished, ready for you to come in and start working!
  • Lots of light
  • 2nd floor
  • Wifi + printer available
  • Same block as MacArthur BART
  • Outdoor community area
  • Street parking available
  • Secure entrance
  • Mailbox 
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Full-time: $450 (7 day access)

Part-time: $250-400 (depending on need) 

If you're interested, shoot me an email at hello@chelseydyer.com with a few details about:
- how you work
- what you're looking for in a workspace
- how many days you'd like to be in the space and what hours you typically work

Thanks so much! 

Looking for a Studiomate!

I just signed a lease for a studio space in North Oakland and I'm looking for another small business owner to share the space with. Available November 15, possibly sooner. Feel free to share with friends who might be interested! Rent will range from $300-450 depending on how often the space will be used (2-3 days a week vs. the whole week).

About the space:

The unique 3 level shipping container structure will be filled with makers, small businesses and entrepreneurs as well as Subrosa Coffee (location #2!) and a beer garden(!!). There is a courtyard area with a community table for lunch, meeting with clients, taking a break in the sun. The biggest upside to working from this lovely space is the opportunity it creates to connect with other solid Oakland folks doing cool things. 

Plans for the space:

You can't tell from the photos but the space will be looking real nice in the near future. The studio will be furnished with a large shared work table with plenty of space for two people, minimal storage and a lounge zone with a good comfy chair. The space is small but is the perfect amount of space to work in and will be a really nice place to come to every day. Ideal for a graphic designer, writer, or anyone else who works primarily from their computer and doesn't need much more than that. Guests can stop in occasionally and meetings can be arranged with notice.

Features include:

  • Fully furnished, ready for you to come in and start working!
  • Lots of light
  • 2nd floor
  • Wifi + printer available
  • Same block as MacArthur BART
  • Outdoor community area
  • Street parking available
  • Secure entrance
  • Mailbox 
 

If you're interested shoot me an email at hello@chelseydyer.com with a few details about:
- how you work
- what you're looking for in a workspace
- how many days you'd like to be in the space and what hours you typically work

Thanks so much! 

10/16 – Sun Daze

1. NPR Reject – Kurt Vile
2. The Tower – Pure Bathing Culture
3. We Just Haven't Met Yet – Russ
4. Best to You – Blood Orange
5. Rush – Jay Som
6. Perfect – The Range of Light Wilderness
7. Beverly Laurel – Tame Impala
8. Swimming Stone – 20syl
9. Go Fuck Yourself – Two Feet
10. Summer Friends – Chance The Rapper, Jeremih, Francis and the Lights
11. Her – Majid Jordan
12. Ivy Colored House – Ducktails
13. Pass the Vibes – Donnie Trumpet & The Social Experiment
14. Self Control – Frank Ocean
15. In Dreams – tomemitsu

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Chill tunes for warm Fall afternoons

Freelance Wisdom Interview

I'm excited to be featured on Freelance Wisdom this week. I talk about my path to becoming a freelancer, how I stay productive and tips on maintaining a work/life balance. 

Freelance Wisdom was started by Jess Levitz of June Letters Studio as a blog series and has grown into an online site of it's own. The site shares the stories and work of women creatives, providing advice, encouragement, and curated resources to instill confidence in women pursuing their own creative businesses. 

"Although it's extremely daunting to run a business and create products for people, there’s a huge sense of pride in accomplishing it entirely on your own."