At some point in their careers, most Creatives will feel like an imposter. Its a phenomenon that leaves people feeling like they are suddenly unfit, unskilled and a con even though the person has been performing well for years, or has even reached a high-level position. In this episode we delve into why imposter syndrome happens, and how to overcome it.
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Knowledge of the principles of type are very important in Graphic Design, however many designers aren't getting properly educated in this skill. In this episode we interview Typography expert and educator Michael Stinson of TypeEd and pick his brain about all things type and his experiences as a veteran designer.
Being a Creative in the past meant struggling to survive, and possibly living a lifetime without any notoriety. Today the potentials are virtually limitless for Creatives, as well as the avenues to get yourself recognized, and to make a decent living from your craft. Today we talk about some of the ways to approach your creative endeavors as a business and how to get noticed.
We had the opportunity to have a short interview with Peter Greco, a renowned Hand Lettering Veteran. See what he had to say about Helvetica, Apple Products, and millennials reviving the art of Hand Lettering.
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We have finally have another interview for you guys! This one is with our awesome friend and Photographer turned Cinematographer, Ben Hunter. We ask him questions about his journey, projects that have made a big impact on him, his favorite podcasts, and his advice for aspiring Photographers and Cinematographers.
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Creating your portfolio can be pretty intimidating, especially if your trying to get it in good shape for job applications. We discuss ways to make your portfolio shine while still maintaining your personal flare, along with advice about what employers are looking for, what mediums are best for displaying your work, and how to maintain your portfolio.
With so many social issues coming to a head on the world stage, there has never been a better time to create a movement and bring attention to these important issues. Using our creative talents and social media platforms, we can do this from the comfort of our own home. We discuss the history of creativity for social change and how you can get involved today.
Creatives commonly struggle with creating and conveying the value in their work to clients and to the general public. In this episode we discuss how to avoid projecting the wrong message to clients, red flags to look out for when meeting with a potential client, and ways to obtain more enjoyable and quality work.