When you’re in it for the long term, “we want” becomes “we have to”.
Creative work is our livelihood. It pays our bills and nourishes our souls. For us, there’s just no other profession that’s right.
We adapt to change because we have to. We make promises and keep them because we have to. We contribute our deepest attention because we have to.
The better we feel about showing up, the better business we can do.
We invest in creative people that are humble, motivated and collaborative. We invest heavily in making a space that our people love.
Everyone at Pulp brings their own perspective, leads their own projects, works from anywhere they’d like and on their own schedule.
When you feel intensely about the work, the work that you do is better. You’re willing to do what it takes and learn what you have to. You won’t stop until you deliver something that you’re proud of.
We only do business with people we believe are smart and honest. We only take on projects that move us. We only make promises we can keep.
Our work is our love and we invest it intentionally.
We measure contributions in value and not in time. The goal is always only the time necessary to deliver what works.
Because of this, the traditional 9-5 is not for us. We prefer to work in several sessions throughout the day and on our own time. We like to take several breaks throughout the day and not just at the end of it.
This approach helps us balance work and life and keeps us steadily on our path.
For a lot of us growing up, we were taught that creativity was a hobby and not real work. Now we’re grateful to have found our home in the work that we loved when we were kids.
We believe that artists, of all kinds, are master communicators. They put into form the things that are hard to say. They represent the future of work. And they deserve to be heard.
We take what we do very seriously. That means giving it our all today so we can do it all over again tomorrow.