Infrequently asked questions
Q What's a createnik?
(a) A beatnik on creatine;
(b) A pop-up police station;
(c) It comes from Russian. "-nik" is a common personal suffix meaning "person or thing associated with or involved in..." Such as kolkhoznik—someone who is part of a collective farm. It's where beatnik came from. (I know. Educational, or what?) Hence—createnik. Person or thing associated or involved with creating stuff.
Q Why the hell would you call yourself that?
Q What do you do?
What do you want me to do? Copywriting, ghostwriting, occasional journalism, design, illustration, video editing... and with the people I work with, we can throw in website design and creation, user experience, marketing—all sorts of stuff, basically.
Q Will you work for me? For us? For a distant relative? For someone I don't like and whose business I want to ruin?
Er... maybe not the last one. Get in touch for the rest, and we'll be happy to discuss it.