Creative Income is all about interviewing freelance professionals in the creative space in order to get insight on how they're able to make a living and thrive financially.
#16 Phillip Goodwin Owner of Heck Video talks about the pros and cons of starting a production company
Phillip Goodwin is an incredibly talented filmmaker, specializing in motion graphics and commercial content. More recently he has started his own production company, Heck Video, and is currently producing a TV show. Enjoy!
#15 Lars Lindstrom, Why I Love the Feeling of Being Poor
Host Lars Lindstrom talks openly about how he structures his incoming cashflow so that it's well diversified.
#14 Director and Social Influencer Cole Walliser talks about building an audience and how to save money in the film industry
Cole Walliser is a DGA commercial director that also has a large social media following from his "Glam-Bot" work where he gets slow motion shots of Hollywoods most elite. He talks about saving money and making money as a director and social media influencer.
#13 Patrick O'Sullivan from The Wandering DP
Patrick is usually on the other side of the microphone but this week host Lars Lindstrom had the chance to ask him about scaling as a cinematographer and the reasons he started his podcast.
#12 Actors Taylor and Kyle Dean talk about their life as performers and now successful business owners
Taylor Frey and Kyle Dean Massey are not only talented actors and performers, they're also the very successful business owners of Elevate Baby, a premium donor and surrogacy agency. They talk about going from making healthy income in the entertainment industry to why they took the leap to increase their lifestyle and future. enjoy!
#11 Host Lars Lindstrom opens up about the power of free labor and being a YES person
Its just me this week on the podcast. I get into details about why free labor is not always a bad thing. I can pinpoint what I think is the start of my prosperous career to a free job. I also talk about why starting out I never said no to anything. enjoy!
Feeding my love of creativity!
I love that these episodes and topics are transparent and informative, and in no way trying to lead you into one niche. Instead they encourage and show that there is space for your creative mind and creative works to come to life.
I love the transparency!
Lars is a great host, in that he asks great questions and his guests open up about their finances and funding for creative projects, and he is also totally transparent about his own finances. This stuff is usually taboo, but it doesn’t need to be. After a couple of episodes, I already have some new ideas for my creative business.
Yes & yes!
As a stay-at-home mom, I have limited work hours and it is usually done in the creative space. This podcast has been a good reminder of the different avenues you can take and unique ways of being successful. Great diversity of people being interviewed and it’s a fun listen! Lars is also a great dude!