Hosted by Emma Isaacs, this creative show is filled with inspiring interviews with successful creatives who have followed that feeling. This show looks at how to design a life that’s truly fulfilling, giving the world what you have been gifted and getting paid doing what you love every day!
How to step out of Corporate America to Thriving Artist – Andrea Garvey
8 years ago Andrea’s mother in law who she was very close to died, she was an artist. Two nights later, Andrea had a vivid extremely colourful dream, it shook her so much, she was drawn to start painting, she says this literally stirred her soul and helped with all of the grief and loss. This became and obsession, Andrea kept learning and practising until she had to quit her life as a creative director and step fully into her art.
Best Marketing Tips for Artists in 2021 - Graham Cullis
Graham Cullis only discovered art in 2020 during the pandemic whilst living in Bali.It appears he has a natural talent and he is now a full time artist with a 6 month waiting list for his unique "Surprise Commission" concept. Art helped him through a very dark time and now he wants to give back and help people discover ways of managing their own demons. Graham now has a fantastic much needed mental health campaign called the #karmacardproject. You’re going to learn his successful unique marketing tri
Being a Multi-Passionate Creative and Owning it! - Juliet Thomas
Writer and all round creative, Juliet Thomas gave up her corporate life. Juliet did it messy and said yes to every new opportunity. Being humble paid off as within months Juliet was running a writing group which is now known as the Curious Creative Club!
However, through this time Juliet found out she had Hodgkin's Lymphoma, a rare type of blood cancer. Even through all of that she still found time to give weekly live works, hops for psychologies magazine!
Why we should Chase the Pay not the Play - Andy Greenacre
This week we are joined by artist Andy Greenacre creator of unruly print.
Andy cuts and prints all of his prints by hand! He used to be a photographer teacher too but when he was told he won't be able to stand up for very long all day for the rest of your life, he of course questioned what was truly important and what creative path he really wanted to take and live and breath works, as we know there is a big difference.
How do we Create more Diversity in the Design Industry? -Nadina Ali
Nadina Ali Is a graphic designer who creates stunning typography art and clothing with important messaging. Nadina also designed the cover of Fredrick Joseph’s book ‘The Black Friend on Being a Better White Person!’ Nadina is an activist too, you will hear very quicken what a strong worrier she is! Nadine grow up in France, a 2nd generation Muslim immigrant from the tiny African country Comoros. Nadina put herself through university and left France to study and work in the U.K.
Are you a Creator or a Consumer? with Adam Brazier
Graffiti Life was co-founded by David Speed, Iona Thomas and Adam Brazier to create murals on company walls, advertising and even corporate workshops. Today, the leading graffiti and street art collective work for the likes of Disney, L’Oréal, YouTube and Microsoft. Adam and business partner David Speed started their successful podcast Creative Rebels 2 years ago. But all of that clearly isn’t enough him, Adam is also a fashion photographer. Adam works with London’s top models agencies shooting globa
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