Happy International Photo Day from the Zealous team!

Be a featured Zealous Artist—let your work do the talking.

We’re always on the lookout for new eye-catching work to feature on the Zealous homepage and blog!

Want to be noticed? Here are some quick and easy tips to get started:

How to Get Featured on the Zealous Homepage
  1. Create a Zealous profile (don’t forget your profile picture, short bio, and website!)
  2. Fill your portfolio with your latest & greatest work
  3. Keep your portfolio updated
  4. Apply for open calls and competitions
  5. Like / support other Zealous artists by favouriting (“hearting”) their work

(Hint: Does your portfolio look like this? We’ll definitely notice you.)

As a featured artist, your creative portfolio will be front-and-centre on our homepage, blog, and social media. We’ll showcase your latest & greatest work on our homepage and direct visitors to your creative portfolio. It’s the perfect way to let the creative work come to you.

How We Can Help
  • Homepage: We’ll showcase your latest and greatest work on the Zealous homepage, directing #### unique montly visitors directly to your creative portfolio!
  • Blog: Whether through interview or editorial feature, we’ll share the behind-the-scenes of what makes you tick on the Zealous blog.
  • Social Media: Our Twitter and Facebook followers will be in-the-know about you—our favourite artists.
Why It Matters to You
  • Maximise your time making, not hunting for opportunities (we’ll do that for you!)
  • Build exposure and contacts with the organisations and businesses that run festivals, exhibitions, and open calls
  • Be seen by 10,000+ other Zealous creatives who can save your work as an inspiration or a future collaboration!

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Guy Armitage

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Founder and CEO of Zealous; a London-based startup matching creative talent with opportunities. Guy has been published in Forbes, and spoke at TEDx and CreativeXPO where he advocates the importance of creativity. In his spare time he's an avid stills photographer, won the Tate Modern Hackathon in partnership with Ai WeiWei, and featured (for a wooping 6 seconds) in a horror film