No joking around and no click-bait found here. I have arguably one of the biggest bits of advice to completely unlock YOUR creative workflow and I’m giving it away for free in this episode.
Category: Archived Adventures in Creativity
Is it really neccessary to try to turn your creative pursuits into creative careers? Can it possibly kill off your creativity?
David sits down for a chat with Calgary based commercial and portrait photographer Nathan Elson. They talk about everything from the importance of pushing yourself as a creative, Nathan’s thought process behind his incredible work and even the motivations behind creating custom post processing looks for Adobe Lightroom (and now Capture One Pro).
Dave sits down for a chat with Official Fuji X Photographer, Stocksy United Contributor and all around gentleman, Riley JB.
Dave sits down for a chat with 3 time Emmy winning Director of Photography, editor, and photographer Dan Newman.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holiday’s fellow adventurer’s! I wanted to share a gift with you this holiday season and it’s the gift of a SECOND conversation this month! Give a listen to a conversation I had with my good friend and fantastic photographer, Bryan Minear, about his creative process, inspirations, and even how his geeky side actually helps fuel his creative vision!
David sits down with a California based award winning creative known for his work in creating the amazing audio drama We’re Alive and furthering the concept of modern Theater For The Mind.
Movies often provide a massive dose of motivation and inspiration disguised as entertainment. The best examples share terrific lessons if we care to look a little deeper into the film. This episode I’ve got two excellent examples for you, August Rush and Creed 2.
That’s right, we’re going to tackle the elephant in the room. Creative funks. They absolutely suck and we’ve all been through them a time or two. I want to share with you the one thing that has worked time and time again to break me out of them on this week’s Adventure!
Your creative process is your own, right? So why is it so important to be a neighborly creative and what does that even mean? Join David as he answers both of those questions for you on this weeks adventure!