Read Time: 2 minutes Inspiration can be elusive, but why is that? It can come from anywhere, but why is it so elusive for so many of us? I brought in my good friend Mac from Shuttertime to help me tackle this question!
Read Time: 2 minutes We often think of creativity in terms of beginnings. New ideas just waiting to be acted upon and how to access them. But how do we know when to stop? When is an idea actually finished?
Read Time: 2 minutes Join David as he sits down for a chat with Eric Lawrence Jr. He’s doing incredible work in the world of metal, more specifically in the world of what is called an Ornamental Die Maker. His work is fantastic and he’s here to chat about his process!
Read Time: 2 minutes We’ve been talking about the important tools and concepts of play and “what if?” in our creativity, let’s wrap up this series with a look at a terrific example of this in action from one of my all time favorite story tellers, Mr. Kevin Smith.
Read Time: 3 minutes Last week we talked about the amazing power in the tool of “What If” and how it impacts your creativity. To continue that idea let’s talk about how important it is to introduce an element of “Play” into your creative process.
Read Time: 2 minutes 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.
Read Time: 3 minutes 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).