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HI! I’M BRIT. SO GLAD YOU’RE HERE.

I KNOW THERE ARE A MILLION OTHER PLACES YOU COULD BE, SO THANKS FOR STOPPING BY.

Let's just get to it.

I’ve spent a lifetime seeking freedom. Freedom from the status quo, freedom to make my own choices, freedom to make my own schedule and freedom to live the kind of life I’ve always wanted.

I finally found it and I still can’t believe that this is my life.

Me on Mt. Washington, 2004
Me on Mt. Washington, 2004

I get to choose how I spend my time, how much I make and I’m not stuck in a dull cubicle Monday – Friday (gag) with annoying co-workers buzzing around me. I can work from my couch without putting on real clothes while blasting The Decemberists.

Because that makes me happy.

That’s why I want more than anything to help you find your freedom. So you can do you.

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And the best way I’ve found to do that is by designing and developing a brilliant digital space you can call home.

A place for all of your freedom mustering greatness to be on display to the kind of people you want to see it most.

So, I merged my lifelong pursuit for freedom and my love for design & code to start Freemaker Media.

To me, freedom means being able to live life by design – not by default. And I SO want this for you too.

I’ve spent the last seven years studying and implementing everything about design, code and marketing to help people just like you have a website they are proud of so they can move their business (and life) forward.

I put the puzzle pieces together using all the things I've learned and have expertise in so you don't have to.

Kinda like this free website planning guide. The guide was made so you don't waste more time, money or energy trying to Google the answers to your website DIY questions.

I want this for you and I know how to get you there.

I guess what I’m getting at is — you’re in safe hands here.

MY WHY - WHAT'S YOURS?

At the very center of my motivation, the thing that fuels me to work harder and to be better everyday, is the thought of my father.

Dad and I in Accra, Ghana, 2010
Dad and I in Accra, Ghana, 2010

He had a family to take care of and did it well, but he was never very happy. It wasn’t his calling. He had the entrepreneurial spirit and never cashed in on it.

Not to be a total bundle of sap here, but I respect the shit out of that man and I know if he had had half the encouragement he gave me growing up he would have followed his dreams to be a photographer instead of living the daily drudgeries of working for the government as a systems analyst.

He passed away from cancer in 2014.

So, I’m pursuing freedom for my future family, for the sake of travel, and I do it in memory of my dad.

What's your story?

I can’t wait to get to know you, why you do what you do, and what your version of freedom looks like.

To your freedom and success,