Casey Neistat Is Hiring Freelancers

Did you hear the news? Casey Neistat is hiring freelancers to help create branding for his latest venture, 368.

The YouTuber announced the initiative to his 10 million subscribers in a video on Tuesday. He’s partnered up with Adobe to hire and to fly out freelancers to New York City for a week-long creative project where they will “design the visual identity of his brand.” And yes, my friends - this gig is paid.

The freelancers chosen for this opportunity will be provided with all travel accommodations and $5,000 for a week’s work.

According to a post on Adobe’s blog, here’s a rundown of the positions they’re looking to fill:

  • Graphic Designers

  • Videographers/Editors

  • Photographers

Ready to #ScopeThis opportunity? To apply, you need to subscribe to the Adobe Creative Cloud YouTube Channel and share examples of work on either Instagram or Twitter using the #Adobe368 hashtag. Act fast. The gig starts this Sunday, December 9 and runs through Saturday, December 15. Submissions are due by and selected on Friday, December 7th.

To get all of the necessary details and eligibility requirements, read the official announcement on Adobe’s blog: One Week at 368.

And Casey, if you’re looking for a freelance communications consultant with a background in news, consumer brands, video games and esports to help build 368’s brand strategy - I’m available.


AUDREY ADAIR IS THE FOUNDER OF ‘THE SCOPE’ AND A SEASONED FREELANCE COMMUNICATIONS PROFESSIONAL. SHE STARTED ‘THE SCOPE’ TO PROVIDE RESOURCES AND COMMUNITY TO FREELANCERS AND THE SELF-EMPLOYED. CONNECT WITH AUDREY ON INSTAGRAM AND LINKEDIN.