I catch up with two of the prior students from the creative advertising bootcamp that I ran early in 2016 and they talk about their progress since the event and they offer advice to other graduates entering the creative industry. Note* Sorry about the audio quality. I set up in a rush and I failed to fix the levels.
In this episode I talk about a long term strategy that people can embrace to become better at having original and more creative ideas in the long term. I also touch on how best to position yourself to bring these ideas into the world, in a society where good ideas are abundant.
In this episode, I talk with renowned designer, writer and founder of MagCulture. We speak about the current state of independent publishing, as well as what he values about magazines. Finally we talk about the steps he would take if he was starting an independent magazine today and highlights numerous events and resources that he recommends for budding creators.
In this podcast episode, I play a snippet from an hour long audiobook I created about my journey into Solopreneurship. If you enjoyed this segment, you can download the full audiobook for free via this link: https://gumroad.com/l/fBVXi
In this interview I talk with Edmund Fraser about his journey into the photography industry and his philosophy surrounding his work. We also touch upon self reflection and Ed's educational history and how that has impacted his life. We speak about the pursuit of originality in staying ahead of the industry curve as well as the illusionary aspect of mass media and the effects that has on our expectations.
Carson Brown is a design engineer working in the field of personal transportation. He currently works at Uni Wheel developing a high end product in the personal transportation industry. Carson has a number of side projects that he works on privately, all of which are geared towards technical innovation.