SEATTLE'S COWORKING SPACE FOR CREATIVES
GRAPHIC DESIGNERS, ANIMATORS, Web Designers, CINEMATOGRAPHERS, PHOTOGRAPHERS, AND MORE!
Welcome to Collective Chemistry! We’re a coworking space in downtown Seattle that caters specifically to freelance digital creatives like video producers, graphic designers, animators, cinematographers, photographers, and more! Our idea is pretty simple: freelancers supporting freelancers. By sharing our physical space with one another, we learn from each other, hire each each other, and support each other. Each of us is like an element, combining in unique ways to create powerful content. It’s not just a desk; it’s a community and it’s value to help bring your freelancing career to what it should be: successful and balanced.
Month to Month
Access to all amenities Monday - Friday 8am-6pm
Use of laptop desks and work areas
Monitor, keyboard and mouse on request
Dedicated Desk (Claim your homebase and leave your computer and equipment at your desk)!
24/7 Keycard Access (come in whenever you like! 9PM? Sunday at 2? No problem)
Mail Center (use the address as your business mailing address)
Both membership options give you access to a conference room, bike rack, phone room, lounges, bar, and backdrop studio, screening room.
It all started when...
Collective Chemistry (formerly Red Element Collective) was born when Adam Knight and Jae Macallan met at a networking event. Both were freelance video dudes, sick of working from home. So they got a small two-person office together in downtown Seattle. Having a place to go to work everyday was awesome, but more awesome was the unexpected collaboration on projects. It boosted both of their freelance careers, doubling income for each of them independently. Soon they wanted to expand to have more creative minds around them in an inspiring, collaborative, and cool-lookin’ space. The collective space was born and the collaboration, learning, and career building took off. Graphic designers, video editors, cinematographers, animators, photographers, and other creative people now learn from each other, teach each other new tricks, hire each other, give each other feedback on projects, and generally support each other's goals every day.
Freelancers supporting freelancers is what it's all about.
625 1st Ave
Seattle, WA, 98101