Stephanie Freij


Stephanie Freij is jong, bevlogen, eigenwijs en heeft een ijzersterke wil om te ontdekken. Sinds 2011 is Stephanie Freij verantwoordelijk voor het webdesign en social media bij Women In Paradise.

In high school, I was that kid that seemed to never be paying attention. Seemingly in my own world of doodles and drawings. I’ve had a pencil in my hand since I was in diapers. Things never change although I’m no longer in diapers though. I love all the things I do at the moment and enjoy each new project as I get it. I am living in the Netherlands as a 31 years old woman who is emotionally and physically attracted to women. I’m struggling with a muscle disease and ADD. But this isn’t really a problem for having a productive or successful life. In fact, it helps me to be creative, innovative, and imaginative.

I’m best known as an avid philosopher by nature with an entrepreneurial spirit, sharing my own views and insights on my work with like-minded individuals. I believe in measured transparency and provides an open-book approach on my work to contribute to the success of others.

On a more personal note, my interests include philosophy, psychology, physics and art; what I consider as the four cornerstones of inspiration in life. I’m also a strong believer in the philosophical concept of ‘causality’, also known as ’cause and effect’. The belief that everything is interconnected in one way or another, and that one action always leads to another. This belief is carried over into my work as well as my daily life, because I understand that for every action, there’s in turn a subsequent reaction.

Please feel free to browse through my portfolio that’s the place to find my most recent projects. Take a look at my resume or visit my blog LiveHigh™ which is my personal journal. For my latest professional project please check Festina Lente™.

If there is anything else you’d like to know, send me an email or shoot me at twitter. Hopefully we cross paths someday so we can make it a better place together!

Best regards,
Stephanie Freij