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WeTransfer is all about making creativity easier, for everyone. That's why we make beautifully obvious tools for every part of your creative process. We know that sometimes getting started is the hardest part, so WePresent, um, presents stories to get things going.

We’re interested in the weird and wonderful ways that creative minds work, and how they shape the world around us.

We want to celebrate and showcase the best art, photography, music and more from around the world, and delve into the messy, but magical creative process.

Diversity is at the center of what we do. We want to tell stories across different communities – whether that's age, race, geography, gender or sexuality. Put simply, more voices = better ideas.

How to submit ideas for the site

There are two types of stories on WePresent – profiles of artists featuring their existing work and newly commissioned projects.

Either way, you can submit you ideas by emailing ideas@wetransfer.com. We can't get back to everyone, but we promise (cross our hearts, hope to die, stick a needle in our eye) that we read every single one.

To be considered for a profile make sure to include: Your name and your website/portfolio page; where you live and links to images/videos.

To pitch a new commission, make sure to include: Your name and your website/portfolio page; where you live; a short outline of the idea; why you think it's a good fit for WePresent; a cost in $$$ (even an estimate is useful) and links to previous work.

Some things to consider:

We are looking for unexpected stories about creativity. We don't want to tell the same sorts of stories everyone else is telling.

We like pushing the definition of "creativity" as far as possible.

We are always interested in work-in-progress and behind-the-scenes stuff that adds real insight.

We know the creative process is not always straightforward. We want to tell those stories too.