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My name is Carl-Emil Storm Gabrielsen and I’m the founder of the culture magazine, Dry Magazine. For as long as I can remember I have wanted to work with something creative. This is my passion, and I would never want to do anything else. However, the creative industry is a tough place to be.

Almost every time I meet someone who's young and creative, they seem kind of frustrated. Frustrated with the amount of unpaid work, endless internships and being offered "exposure" and "experience" instead of money. Frustrated with how to gain attention on their work in a very competitive and flooded social media landscape. Frustrated with the amount of pretenders, seemingly doing creative work only for the sake of being cool. And last but not least, frustrated with the uncertainty of being able to pay back student loans from increasingly more expensive educations.

So in this podcast I’m going to speak to accomplished individuals in the arts and the creative industry and ask them the questions everybody’s thinking. How did they start getting a bit of success, how do they keep their motivation and inspiration, how do they make a living off of what they do, and what should we expect of the creative industry as a whole.

Links:
Dry Magazine: http://www.dry-magazine.com/
The Dry Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/759081680898305/?fref=ts

Dry Magazine - How To Survive In The Creative Industry Carl-Emil Storm Gabrielsen

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My name is Carl-Emil Storm Gabrielsen and I’m the founder of the culture magazine, Dry Magazine. For as long as I can remember I have wanted to work with something creative. This is my passion, and I would never want to do anything else. However, the creative industry is a tough place to be.

Almost every time I meet someone who's young and creative, they seem kind of frustrated. Frustrated with the amount of unpaid work, endless internships and being offered "exposure" and "experience" instead of money. Frustrated with how to gain attention on their work in a very competitive and flooded social media landscape. Frustrated with the amount of pretenders, seemingly doing creative work only for the sake of being cool. And last but not least, frustrated with the uncertainty of being able to pay back student loans from increasingly more expensive educations.

So in this podcast I’m going to speak to accomplished individuals in the arts and the creative industry and ask them the questions everybody’s thinking. How did they start getting a bit of success, how do they keep their motivation and inspiration, how do they make a living off of what they do, and what should we expect of the creative industry as a whole.

Links:
Dry Magazine: http://www.dry-magazine.com/
The Dry Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/759081680898305/?fref=ts

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