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Honouring the seasons of life in creative business
Hello collective! Today we share our last episode for season 2 and reflect back on a wonderful season we’ve had!
Cass and Sam talk about honouring the seasons of life and share what seasons of life they’re both in now and what seasons they’re moving into, Sam pulls a card and shares the message “release the tension, relax your face and shoulders, let it all go, surrender.” and Cass and Sam chat about what is next for each of them and the A Creative Life podcast!
Thanks for being with us for season 2, we have absolutely loved your company! If you have loved this season, please rate and review the poddy on your favourite podcast platform 😊
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A life inspired by creating beauty with Artist, Annie Everingham
Happy Tuesday! Season 2 is coming to an end but we are so excited to that our final guest episode is with the beautiful Annie Everingham!
Annie Everingham is an Australian visual artist and creative. Her intuitive, feminine and colour driven practice combines a love of design, fashion, photography and pattern to encapsulate the elements of beauty found in everyday life across a range of mediums.
A self taught artist, Annie's practice developed during her studies in fashion and textile design, originally exploring feminine textures, brushstrokes and floral compositions through hand painting and digital printing onto fabric. She primarily works with acrylic on canvas and moves between abstract, semi-abstract and still life subjects within her signature palette of pastel and earth tones.
Establishing her own studio based business in 2014, Annie is now a full time artist and creative freelancer based in Newcastle, Australia. Her original artworks are currently sold and exhibited through Australian retailers Fenton & Fenton (VIC) and Jumbled (NSW) as well as other selected partners such as Merci Maison and local stockist House Of Lita.
Alongside her visual art practice, Annie enjoys engaging in collaborative projects with designers and businesses across a range of creative industries, including fashion, interiors & textiles.
Annie shares with us what she does and how she got there, all the way back from being a kid that loved drawing to studying fashion at university, she discusses her style and creative process and tells us about the many times she has followed her intuition in business and life
Observing and listening to nature’s wisdom with Guliz Unlu from Equuarius
Hello collective and we hope you’ve had a great start to the week! This week’s episode we welcome the wonderful Guliz Unlu!
From the age of five on, animals were a conscious choice for Guliz to learn from. As an only child, animals were her constant companion. With over 15 years of experience and study, Guliz’s mission is to help others reach a place of joy, understanding, awe, inspiration, and health through the Way and Wisdom of the Animals. Guliz has deeply explored the BodyTalk systems modality, Equine Bowen Therapy, and Animal Communication programs under the apprenticeship of one of the world’s leading Animal Communication pioneers.
Guliz has been fortunate to be able to nestle herself quietly under the wings of internationally renowned and gifted mentors in the fields of Equine Chiropractic, Animal Communication, Structural Kinetics, Farriers, Cowboys & Cowgirls and talented Trainers and she is a certified Equi-Bow, Inter-cellular communication (Animal Communication), Fascial kinesiology, BodyTalk Practitioner.
Sam and Cass chat to Guliz about where and how her love for horses began, how she combined her passions for human connection and animals to heal, and Sam shares the very special story about how she met Guliz.
Please enjoy this episode!
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How to write authentic copy with Tran La from Voice Ritual
Today we have a very wonderful episode for you to listen to as we welcome the incredible Tran La from Voice Ritual!
Tran is a creative sales copywriter for creatives, artists and coaches. She believes that traditional sales strategy has always held masculine energy. As we move towards AI Content, brands will be looking for more heart centered genuine words vs genetically created. We want to be ourselves and authentic in our Brands. And aligned with our own voices.
Tran helps small creative brands sell their digital products and services most genuine to their voice and she specialises in Authentic Sales Pages.
Tran added copywriting to her qualities in 2019. Intuitively realising that Sales Pages was what she felt called to do. She was then mentored by a 6 figure copywriter (who wrote for 7 figure coaches), completing the 7 figure Copywriting Course by Aman Assadi, and writing Authentic Sales Pages that continually creates cash flow to this day. Tran is also a mother to 2 young children.
Before that, Tran owned a 6 figure maternity clothing brand, loved by Australian celebrities and influencers around the world. She ceased this brand due to her beliefs in greenwashing, the war on waste and sustainability. Now she focuses on Sales Pages in creative businesses, talks about masculine and feminine energy in sales and how to make AI Content authentic.
In this ep, Sam and Cass chat to Tran about what copywriting is, when you need to hire a copywriter, what you can do to get started without one and the benefits of hiring a professional, how the masculine and feminine energies play out in copywriting, and how to use Chat GPT and AI to your advantage and make it work for you.
Celebrating 10 years in business with Cass Deller
Hello creatives and happy Tuesday!
Today we celebrate 10 years in business for Cass and she shares with us all the valuable lessons that she has learnt along the way.
Grab a cuppa and enjoy this very special episode!
How she travelled the world whilst building a team with Lyndel from Lost in Love Photography
Happy Tuesday! We have a wonderful episode in store for you today as we welcome the lovely Lyndel Yeo!
Designer turned wedding photographer, Lyndel is the co-founder of Lost In Love Photography.
Sought after worldwide, Lost In Love have over 10 years of experience photographing destination weddings in some of the most exotic places around the world from the infamous Villa Balbiano Lake Como, to Villa Cimbrone Ravello. From private Islands in Fiji to Oheka Castle in New York.
A deep understanding of design and a passion for fashion silhouettes has led to the most dreamy and ethereal bridal content for our brides to obsess over. Lost In Love is most synonymous with marrying an effortless romance to the intricate textures and detail of high-end bridal couture. Boasting campaigns in some of the most romantic destinations worldwide including Venice, Ravello Amalfi Coast, Rome, Lake Como, Queenstown, Paris and London, for the likes of Pallas Couture, Mariana Hardwick, Anna Campbell, WONA collective and Silvana Tedesco.
Sam & Cass chat to Lyndel about evolution of her business Lost in Love Photography, what the team looks like now and how she is preparing for ‘maternity leave’ whilst running a business, and what it’s like traveling Europe as a photographer and being able to spend half the year there. Lyndel is big dreamer who has been clear on her vision and gone after it from the beginning, so this is a super inspiring episode with lots to take from it!
We know you are going to love this!
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So great for creatives ✨
First, I love their accents ;) Second, I loved listening to the 2nd episode! I think it’s so important to understand your creative energy. It’s not something that is talked about all too much in the industry, yet so necessary to create something you are proud of 🤍