Hi just wanted to poll opinion really on whether anybody here charges extra (whether they declare it to the clients or not) for work they are not allowed to feature on their own website portfolio. I have been doing a fair bit of sub contract work for a couple of clients. They do try and get you right down on price as they often say their clients have very little budget. Anyway recently my clients have both requested that I remove any work I have done for them from my portfolio. I have always asked for permission and credited my clients that I sub contract to and I don't have a problem with taking the work down even though they originally didn't have a problem with it. It does however leave a big hole in my portfolio over the last two or three years and if this continues then I won't really be able to show off the calibre of work I can do. I won't then be able to compete when tendering for other work and if I can't gain new clients then effectively I become their own exclusive designer which kind of puts me out of business as they don't give me enough sustainable work. I don't particularly like working with them either but needs must as they say. Has anyone had experience of this and do you charge a bit more if they refuse to allow you to put your work up. I'm thinking of adding an optional fee to my quotes that prevents any work from being included in my portfolio. What do you think? Do you charge something similar? If so what sort of percentage? Your thoughts would be much appreciated. Thanks Alan.