Keep It Creative is an online community of ambitious and creative entrepreneurs ready to turn their side hustle into a full-time gig. They want to be able to live creatively and still have the freedom to do what they love.
Keep It Creative Podcast is where we sit down with creatives who are killing it online and figure out precisely what has attributed to their success. Founder, Cherise Vecchio interviews creatives who are sharing with us behind the scenes and the reality of building a successful creative venture, all while doing it in an ethical and sustainable way. Cherise also shares her experiences as a freelancer and marketing professional giving insight on how you can too live a lifestyle you've always dreamed of.
The Keep It Creative podcast is kind of like the lovechild of The BossBabe Podcast, The Tim Ferris Show and The Influencer Podcast all rolled into one in its very own, unique way. It's raw and actionable and an absolute must-listen for those hungry to turn their passion into a reality, and live and work anywhere.
KATE FENTON: Collaborating with local brand, Tanouk Apparel
In this week’s episode, we go through Kate’s work in the fashion industry. Most recently, Kate has collaborated with Gold Coast brand, Tanouk Apparel. We chat about how this was organised and how you can connect with local brands too. We also chat about her recent trip to Sri Lanka and how it has inspired her creativity.
Three key takeaway points from this episode are: Focus on what you want, take a trip or even a staycation to realign with this.
Consider a brand’s sustainability practices
Don’t be afraid to reach out to local brands to connect and work with them.
ALARICE STUART: Building a Business As A Brand Strategist & Website Designer
Alarice Stuart is a brand strategist and website designer. With clients like Air New Zealand, Two Islands Co., Saben, Hippie Lane and Rhye Intimates to name a few! In this episode, we chat about her recommended path for those considering getting into the design world.
Alarice goes through if you should go to university or study online/at a smaller college and the perfect journey for you. She also explains how to build up a rocking client list. Keep listening to find out how.
MONTANA LOWER: From Engineering and Modelling to Murals for Change - Working to Leave A Positive Impact On The Community.
Montana Lower is an engineer, model, activist, and artist who has now started a non for profit called Murals For Change.
In this episode, Montana shares with us how to balance contrasting skills into one project, we talk about tips for those wanting to open their own NFP and how Montana’s upbringing has influenced her outlook and the way she lives her life.
This episode is full of insight, compassion and positivity, so if you’re thinking about making some big changes in your life or want to support others working towards changing, you need to listen to this!
Take a look at Montana Lower’s Instagram here.
Murals For Change Go Fund me.
SHIBUI FILM: Starting from An Ad on Gumtree to Opening A Film Developing Lab with Brooke & Josh
Shibui is a Gold Coast-based film developing lab.
In this episode, we’re chatting about how Brooke and Josh started Shibui Film, working as a couple and how they’ve grown the business and tips for shooting on film.
If you’re an aspiring photographer or are considering making the transition to film, this episode is for you!
Check out Shibui Film here.
What to do when motivation is at an ALL TIME low...
Is it just me, or are there some weeks where you’re just flying through life, win after win, and others feel like they’re draining every last bit of life out of you?
Today I want to chat about what to do when motivation is at an all-time low. Because not every week is going to be buzzin’, and learning how to deal with this is a part of life.
So here are some of my favourite ways to deal with low low motivation.
What do you do when you need to get motivated?
Check out https://www.keepit-creative.com/
ME OH MY: Charli Burrowes Film Maker, Artist, Photographer - How to Balance Multiple Ventures & Disrupt The Industry As a Creative
Charli Burrowes is an Australian artist, photographer and film maker, who has worked with a broad range of international luxury brands on unique campaigns, beautiful artwork and dynamic editorials, both here, and overseas.
Her clients include Uniqlo, Lorna Jane, David Jones, Westfield, Kikki K, Magnum, Swisse, and Fuji Film, and her work has been published internationally on billboards, television and in magazines.
Check out Charli’s Instagram here and Me Oh My Girl’s website here.
ME OH MY: Charli Burrowes Film Maker, Artist, Photographer - How to Balance Multiple Ventures & Disrupt The Industry As a Creative In this episode, we’re talking about Charli’s creative process, how she gained experience to work as a visual artist and why taking risks and throwing all your money into something can totally work out!
Cherise is your creative detective!
Cherish’s laugh is contagious! The amount of research she does on each of her guests makes for a super in-depth conversation. Looking forward to hearing more!
One of my favorites!
Wonderful host with wonderful content!! Love it!!
This podcast is the first that’s actually providing with the real information and tools I need to push myself to get started, and for that I can’t thank it enough. If you’re a creative that’s struggled with the how of it all this is a great place to start.