28 episodes

You can learn a lot from listening to creative leaders talk about what made them successful. Every artist, designer and creative entrepreneur has a unique story about their journey to find professional success that can help inspire and guide yours. From happy accidents to dealing with adversity, industry innovators share their experiences, insights and advice to help you navigate your career and find your own path. What do they all have in common? They never stop learning. Neither will you when you listen to the Artrepreneur Creative Careers Podcast.

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You can learn a lot from listening to creative leaders talk about what made them successful. Every artist, designer and creative entrepreneur has a unique story about their journey to find professional success that can help inspire and guide yours. From happy accidents to dealing with adversity, industry innovators share their experiences, insights and advice to help you navigate your career and find your own path. What do they all have in common? They never stop learning. Neither will you when you listen to the Artrepreneur Creative Careers Podcast.

    Rich Tu: "My work vibrates a little more"

    Rich Tu: "My work vibrates a little more"

    Hear what inspires Rich Tu, the VP of digital design for MTV, VH1, CMT, and Logo, to create energetic and electrifying designs for big brands like Nike, New York Times, and Coca-Cola.
    The post Rich Tu: “My work vibrates a little bit more” appeared first on Art Business Journal.

    • 26 min
    Javier Ameijeiras: “What’s the light that’s shining brightest in front of me?”

    Javier Ameijeiras: “What’s the light that’s shining brightest in front of me?”

    Javier Ameijeiras tells us his journey from any work that would pay him to draw right out of art school, to the red carpet at the where he was the associate designer for The 91st Oscars. His career has taken twists and turns, but through it all, Javier followed the light in front of him into paths previously unknown to successfully tackle the world of theater, tv and film. 
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    • 21 min
    Nathan Fox: “So, I had to become a storyteller.”

    Nathan Fox: “So, I had to become a storyteller.”

    Matt Rota sat down with award-winning illustrator Nathan Fox to discuss how he went from editorial to comics and how he developed the skills to effectively craft visual narratives. To see work by both Matt and Nathan, visit Artrepreneur.com. 
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    • 19 min
    Matt Rota: From Art-School to Illustrating for the New York Times

    Matt Rota: From Art-School to Illustrating for the New York Times

    For artist Matt Rota, finding community and building a network is key.  He sat down with Artrepreneur's Chief-Curator to discuss the path from art school kid to illustrating for the New York Times, The New York, Harpers, Politico, Smithsonian, The Washington Post, and the Criterion Collection among others. 
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    • 15 min
    Fine Art vs. Commercial? Scott Gordley On Taking Both Paths

    Fine Art vs. Commercial? Scott Gordley On Taking Both Paths

    Grace sits down with renowned artist & illustrator Scott Gordley to discuss what it was like to paint James Earl Jones' portrait, as well as Cher, Madonna, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Gordley's commercial work has appeared in Time, Esquire, Newsday, Playboy, and the London Times, among others. He dives into what makes an illustration "smart", the importance of understanding your subject, and how to bring extra dimension into your work that'll catch the eye of any decent art director. 
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    • 20 min
    For Annelle Miller of Society of Illustrators, Confidence is Key.

    For Annelle Miller of Society of Illustrators, Confidence is Key.

    Anelle Miller, Director of the Society of Illustrators and the Museum of American Illustration in New York City, understands a successful career requires more than just talent. After all, it’s not what gifts you have, it’s what you do with them. Early on Anelle learned what to do, what not to do, and how best […]
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    • 14 min

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