While I do search for work on freelancer sites (Fiverr, People per Hour, Worksome etc.) and have my own network, there are some opportunities I just don't know about. That's where you come in!

Occasionally you might have a project come your way that isn't in your skill-set, you don't have time for or simply isn't your thing.

How much?

A 10% finders fee will be awarded when a referral leads to a successful project or a 3rd party helps to facilitate work, the finders fee will apply only to the first year and invoice of that project.

This will be given ONLY if the client confirms that they were referred to me by that person/3rd party. The finder's fee doesn't apply to internal procurement or contracting roles (sorry recruiters, you guys already get paid to fill these) and will only be awarded to individuals or 3rd party organizations (e.g no referring yourself).

Struggling for ideas?

Know anyone that needs:

  • A new website?
  • Help fixing/tweaking existing websites/software/games?
  • Help integrating software into their business/life?
  • Another developer on their project?
  • Automation for a task?
  • Advice/consultation on software/web/game development?


Boils down to one simple concept - 90% of something is better than 100% of nothing.

Found me some work?

If you have found me some work, make sure to tell the potential client to tell me you referred them and get them to contact me.

You should then also contact me to let me know how to get your fee to you.

Agency or recruiter?

Are you an agency, recruiter or freelance salesman?

This is aimed more at friends/families and individuals over agencies but you're welcome to go for it!

Contact me directly to negotiate a rolling rate for referrals and finding me work, if you want something different.