So, as the title asks, what do you put on your CV if you've only ever worked as a freelancer? Basically I'm pitching for something, a business-expansion program, but am required to send over a CV as well as the usual portfolio/cover letter. I'm planning on producing a CV that isn't just a bog-standard A4 piece of paper that will hopefully show off some of my skills, but I also want to send over a 'HR-safe' version too that can be put in a plastic sleeve. However, I've never actually written a CV (at least not since way before I started uni) as I was able to stay self employed after I'd graduated. I have freelance experience in a couple of studios, but the majority of my experience is all working for myself. What would be the best way to show my experience? Perhaps listing notable projects?