Join me as I interview creatives about their journeys as artists. Find out the trials and tribulations they've gone through in order to get to where they are now, and learn practical steps from each about how you can possibly make a living off of being creative.
My first film experience
Over summer I was finally a part of my first feature film experience. I've been wanting to get into film making for at least the last 4 years and it finally happened. Super grateful for the opportunity and I now look forward to making my own films. Lessgo!
Jesse Mosen - Hard working creative with childlike curiosity and imagination
Check out Jesse's work
@limitbreakcustoms on all social platforms
Chadwick Boseman tribute
This is dedicated to Chadwick Boseman and all that he represented. He inspired millions and his legacy will live on. Kia au te moe e taku kingi.
How to cultivate your own style | my journey through art
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Retimana Hartley of S30 Studio | Know Your Numbers ep2
I met Retimana a couple years back when he came to get some moko done. Over those couple of days. I learnt alot about his journey and his business prowess. One of the most valuable lessons I learnt from him was the power of asking questions and to never be afraid to say you don't know something. This way you get quick tips and answers in order to move forward in your business. Another valuable lesson he taught me was creating great systems and processes so when it comes time to hand off tasks, the people you're handing them off to have a roadmap to follow.
Follow his journey on IG: @ret_hartley
Check out his fitness studio's IG: @s30.studio
What I've been up to | The Hood & Co
The last month has been a good change. I've recently started an internship at The Hood & Co who are a video production company based in Auckland. I've always wanted to move into film making at some point, and being at The Hood & Co will help me learn the skills necessary to get there.
Here's to the future! =)
A honest and authentic account of creative process
Te Haunui shares his creative process and creative mindset as he grows as a film-maker. These reflections are valuable for any creative professional but are also valuable for personal development and creative thinking in general. An approachable and insightful glimpse of Kiwi ingenuity.
Not just for Creative people but for any entrepreneurial or small business people in my opinion. Love your stuff Te Haunui.