Not strictly a writing question but this touches on some issues that some writers may face, and I thought maybe someone here may be able to help.
I used to be a freelance web designer, moved away from it for a while and I'm wanting to get back into it again, with the addition of writing ( freelance and creative ), graphic design and photography.
The issue I'm facing is how to brand myself ( in a social networking / portfolio sense ) when I do work for both commercial and adult related industries.
After doing a bit of research I found that there are a few different ways to go about it:
NameSynonym / NameSynonymNSFW SynonymOne / SynonymTwo RealName / RealNameNSFW NameSynonym or RealName / UniqueSynonym
A quick example for an alternative photographer would be:
Lynne ( Alternative ) Mathews = LynneAlternative / AlternativeKink
I'd prefer not to use my
RealName at all, but of course the spanner in the works really comes when using something like Facebook, or your emails, where you have to really introduce yourself in more of a professional manner.
Any ideas on a good way to go about giving yourself an identity that you can use for branding and communication purposes.