As we are chasing our dreams, it’s important to remember the importance of celebrating the small victories.
Category: Archived Adventures in Creativity
Goals, some people love them, other people hate them. But I think there is a different way to think about them that will make a TON more sense for you.
January is the time we find ourselves looking back at the year just passed, while planning out some ideas we want to tackle in the new year. The problem is that we often spend a lot of time making diversions for ourselves so we don’t have to face our truth.
Being it’s the holiday season I wanted to give you something a little lighter this week that you can enjoy with your family! Hans Zimmer : Live in Prague is a shining example of how all of the hard work pays off, allowing masterful creatives to just enjoy creating at an ultra high level.
What do you do when your hard work and effort does not equal your expected results?
How often have you found yourself spending a ton of time planning and thinking about your next big project? Now how often do you find you stop thinking about it and are elbow deep in the doing of said project? Let’s talk about the difference.
Sometimes our creativity feels stale or unsatisfying to us. In 90% of the situations there is ONE reason why. You haven’t found a way to put your own voice into your work. This episode is all about the not so secret, secret, about how to put more of your voice into your work.
Our Adventures in Creativity this week lead to a terrific conversation with Fine Art, Large Format Film Photographer Alex Burke. We discuss why he chose large format film photography, the importance of connection and story within his work, why paying it forward with knowledge is essential and so much more!
This week it’s all about how customizing your tools and workspace can help you unlock higher efficiency in your creative output. We’ll use my latest experiments in creating custom Fujifilm JPEG film simulation for truly customized photo looks straight out of camera.