Not been around these parts for a while, it's nice to be back. I'm looking for some advice about freelancing for design studios. I have my own limited company (started as a studio but I've recently scaled things back to being a freelancer working from home under the same company name - anyway that's another story). Up until now, I've always targeted my services towards individual, mostly non-design businesses. I'm thinking of changing my strategy and specifically targeting design studios who may want to hire a freelancer. I already have experience of freelancing for a small studio, and I'm pretty sure I want to do more of it if I can. I'm looking for some opinions/advice about whether I'd do better as an individual approaching design studios with a personal portfolio site rather than a company based website (that looks like I'm one studio wanting to work with another)? Currently I have a company website and I'm working on a new portfolio site (the domain currently diverts to my company's site). It seems messy to me to be offering services to clients under a company name and selling myself to studios under my own name via a portfolio site, especially when everything goes through my company anyway. But if that's the way it has to be then I'll have to live with it. Thanks for any advice, wisdom or tips.