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Get advice and insights from successful professionals who have established themselves in marketing, advertising, public relations and interactive positions. Allie Osmar Siarto gets to the bottom of what it takes to succeed and how you can prepare yourself for a career in one of these ever-changing fields. Visit TheCreativeCareer.com to read the blog and show notes.
 
Follow Science Fiction author James S. Aaron on his writing-publishing journey. He's thirteen novels into a writing career while chasing a toddler and making the creative life work. We talk about productivity, business of art, personal finance, consistent creativity, family, interviews with authors and other creatives doing the work. Sleep mostly optional.
 
Are you a parent who is determined to work towards the lifestyle you want for your family? Career / Business important but you need the work life balance that will enable you to hang out with the most important people in the world to you? Determined to carry on your career progression after having kids and want to establish the best way to do so? Welcome to the Creative Career Solutions for Parents podcast... a podcast hosted by career coach, mummy, author, employee, and business builder Gin ...
 
You can learn a lot from listening to creative leaders talk about what made them successful. Every artist, designer and creative entrepreneur has a unique story about their journey to find professional success that can help inspire and guide yours. From happy accidents to dealing with adversity, industry innovators share their experiences, insights and advice to help you navigate your career and find your own path. What do they all have in common? They never stop learning. Neither will you w ...
 
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Creative Writing Career

Stephan Bugaj, Justin Sloan, Kevin Tumlinson

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Turn writing into more than a hobby, make it your career. Stephan Bugaj (Pixar's Brave, Wall-E, The Incredibles), Justin Sloan (Telltale's Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, and Minecraft: Story Mode), and Kevin Tumlinson (Citadel, Lucid, The 30-Day Author) give you their advice on writing for books, movies, video games and more, and occasionally try to sound smarter by having on amazing guests.
 
iCadenza's Creative Careers podcast features interviews with musicians, artists, entrepreneurs, and other creative professionals, exploring issues of what it means to create for a living, the challenges of managing you own time, and the opportunities that come from driving the direction of your career. For career advice, free resources, and job postings in arts administration, entertainment, and other creative industries, visit www.icadenza.com!
 
What if you could create the business and career that you love with the help of the Tarot cards? This podcast is here to you to take leadership roles, grow your business and boost you to create amazing projects that you can be proud of. Let’s put the Tarot to work ! Monthly guidance, leadership tips, and more.
 
Welcome to the Career Foresight Podcast. This is the show that dives into conversations about the future of work for creative professionals. Jennifer Spoelma, a career coach, author and speaker is your passionate, thoughtful & inquisitive host. Her specialty is helping ambitious, creative professionals build careers that align with their strengths, interests, lifestyle and goals. There are so many options and opportunities in our world today to do work that matters, motivates us, and allows ...
 
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Grace Cho, CEO of Artrepreneur talks with Lauren Hana Chai, long-time Artrepreneur member and our first Open Call winner of the company! Join them for a conversation about how heritage, childhood trauma, and self-discovery can be navigated through art. Lauren Hana Chai is known for contrasting her traditional Korean upbringing with her modern Ameri…
 
Frantz Alcindor is the Director of Career and Internship Services at the Fashion Institute of Technology where he serves the career development needs of over 9,000 students. In this podcast, Frantz discusses what it takes to find work and succeed in the creative industry. Matching your skillset to job opportunities, viewing yourself as an entrepren…
 
Anelle Miller, Director of the Society of Illustrators and the Museum of American Illustration in New York City, understands a successful career requires more than just talent. After all, it's not what gifts you have, it's what you do with them. Early on Anelle learned what to do, what not to do, and how best to harness the creativity of herself an…
 
Grace sits down with renowned artist & illustrator Scott Gordley to discuss what it was like to paint James Earl Jones' portrait, as well as Cher, Madonna, and Michelle Pfeiffer. Gordley's commercial work has appeared in Time, Esquire, Newsday, Playboy, and the London Times, among others. He dives into what makes an illustration "smart", the import…
 
Matt Rota sat down with Nathan Fox, Chair of the MFA Visual Narrative Department at the School of Visual Arts and award winning illustrator & comic book artist, to discuss how he went from editorial to comics and how he developed the skills to effectively craft visual narratives. To see Nathan's work, visit his profile on Artrepreneur or pick up hi…
 
In conversation with Matt Rota, Javier Ameijeiras, associate designer for the Oscars and Art Director for Hamilton, provides a fresh take on what it means to be an illustrator and designer. He discusses taking the formal pen & paper tools he honed in college and adapting them to exist in 3-D. His creative forces have been applied to the physical wo…
 
Sergio Bessa, Director of Curatorial Programs at the Bronx Museum with host Grace Cho (CEO of Artrepreneur), discusses the "Sanford Biggers: Codeswitch" exhibition and exploring what it means to be a curator in the shifting future of the arts industry. Bessa has made an unquestionable claim in the art world with many acclaimed exhibitions, publicat…
 
Zoë van Dijk, a freelance illustrator and storyteller, discusses with Artrepreneur curator Matt Rota her navigation of the freelance world, her roots, and her journey into editorial artwork. Zoë van Dijk's illustrations are often described as moody and she masterfully plays with light and shadow. Her illustrations have been featured in publications…
 
Pauline Brown, a longtime leader in luxury goods and former Chairman of LVMH North America, is renowned for acquiring, building, and leading some of the world’s most influential brands. In this episode, Artrepreneur CEO Grace Cho interviews Pauline about her career path and more importantly, the subject of Pauline's recent book, Aesthetic Intellige…
 
Best-selling children’s book illustrator David Soman, known for the series Ladybug Girl, sits down with Artrepreneur curator Matt Rota to dive into his rediscovery of children’s book illustration and the lengthy creation process of Ladybug Girl. David Soman has illustrated other titles such as Three Bears in a Boat, and The Monster Next Door, and c…
 
This episode is all about identifying the systems that help you produce consistent, quality work. From identifying where you can write, how and when you work best, to keeping track of projects and backing them up so you don't lose files over time. I talk about lessons I've learned over time, as well as some tips I've learned from other successful w…
 
This list turned out to be longer than I expected. Discussed in this episode: 4thewords.com ProWritingAid OneDrive (Word/Excel) WriteTrack.Davidsgale.com Quickbooks Mailjet.com Adobe Creative Suite Audacity SparkoCam Youtube Studio Streamlabs Gadgets of Note: Onyx Boox Nova 2 (https://amzn.to/2Or2KJM) Freewrite Traveler (https://astrohaus.com/trave…
 
I'm writing a million words this year, and there's a reason I'm talking about this goal so much, and I think you should do the same. This episode is about goal setting as a way to set priorities in your life and work, and how to identify your "big rocks" so the little rocks don't crowd them out. Sometimes you need to inspire yourself with a goal th…
 
Raghava KK - Multidisciplinary Artist, Curator, and Storyteller, explores the transcendence of art through the ambits of the current digital era without sacrificing the particular. His work traverses traditional forms of painting, installation, and performance, while his practice embraces new media to express post-human contemporary realities. Ragh…
 
I had some awesome word counts last week thanks to livestreaming in the morning, finished a book, launched a book with M.D. Cooper, and also had to make a hard decision about a job I would have liked, but would get in the way of my work. Without being overly negative, I respond to this article and point out where the author could focus on finding s…
 
The latest addition to the Keystroke Medium Empire is Marathon Author. James S. Aaron hosts this weekly author diary and podcast to share what he's learned about paying the bills as a full-time author. You can find out more about James here: https://jamesaaron.net/books This week is an intro show, as well as some thoughts on livestreaming and "Know…
 
Hello! We're in the second full week of 2021 already and it's time to assess how your goals are going and what tweaks you need to make. I talk about my own lessons learned and shifts I'm making in my working process, including trying out live streaming to keep my head in the game. Links: Keystroke Medium: https://www.facebook.com/groups/Keystrokeme…
 
The retrospective episode you've been waiting for. When I ask myself what I learned in 2020, my first impulse is to start laughing. Sometimes you have to strike out into the hills, only to find out you ended where you started... but I learned a lot along the way, and I'm going into 21 with a good game plan and the experience to make it work. My big…
 
I couldn’t resist doing something a little different for episode 100. So I’m going to keep it short and sweet and do some reflecting with you. In this episode I‘m sharing: What reaching 100 episodes feels like and means to me What to expect over the next few months on the podcast You can find full show notes and a transcript here: https://www.jenni…
 
Félicie Haymoz, character designer known for her work on "Fantastic Mr. Fox," "Isle of Dogs," and Taili Wu, stop-motion "monster-shaper," contrast their experiences working in the movie world, balancing commercial and creative projects, and how they've inspired each other. Artrepreneur's curator Matt Rota explores with them their path to their curr…
 
In this episode I talk about a few lessons I've learned this past year when it comes to making a living off your writing, the stresses involved, and how that can change your work. How do you create some breathing room so you don't feel trapped in a certain kind of work? What's the reality of writers who are working full-time? Do they have a spouse …
 
As my baby’s due date is quickly approaching and I’m about to enter the world of motherhood, I couldn’t think of a better guest to have on the Career Foresight podcast than Diana Cregan. Diana is a career coach who specializes in helping women reconnect with their professional identities and navigate the job market after taking time away from the w…
 
It's all about starting over. We had a rough couple weeks here at the house, which made writing tougher than usual. This episode is about not beating yourself up about it, and finding how your personal workflow, er, works. It's only taken me a year to get close to understanding my own workflow. I've also been looking into some other income streams,…
 
Martin Wittfooth, an acclaimed painter, discusses with Artrepreneur curator, Matthew Rota, his artistic journey, album covers, the discovery of his love of oil painting, and the logistics of gallery shows and art fairs. Wittfooth’s oil paintings explore disquieting themes of "industry and nature, unhinged evolution, and the clash of old ideologies …
 
Anyone who’s had either a great boss, or a bad boss, knows how important workplace relationships are for feeling happy at work. But it can be really challenging to assess what a workplace is like, and how people interact with each other from the outside looking in when you’re career changing. With the people I coach, those who have experienced nega…
 
I've been struggling a bit with feeling motivated. Sprints have been helping a lot. Zoom meetings with a group of authors to keep each other motivated on the hour has been a huge help. But as I think through this, I'm wondering why I'm feeling this way, and if I'm actually internally or externally motivated. (Well, I know the answer.) Once you figu…
 
I’m pretty sure that peace is one of those things that you could never have too much of! We could all use more peace in our lives, right? Especially now as we’re going on month 9 of the Covid pandemic and quarantine, and things are looking worse for the next few weeks. Prioritization may seem like a funny thing to talk about when so many of the thi…
 
This episode is slightly all over the place as I get back into the swing of podcasting. Feeling scattered is something I talk about a bit, and how I'm working to use process to get my mind back in order and produce consistent work. I also took part in a new virtual Science Fiction and Fantasy Conference this weekend called SFFCon. Seth Godin interv…
 
Speculative Work is transitioning to Marathon Author! Why? Because "speculative" is hard to say when you're tired and tongue-tied. Topics in this episode include consistency and using Healthcare.gov. Check out the Healthcare enrollment episode of the Afford Anything Podcast for a really great breakdown of health insurance options on the ACA marketp…
 
Helping people uncover and articulate their strengths is one of my favorite parts of coaching! It’s such an empowering experience when people learn how to articulate what it is they are great at and why. Exploring strengths is where I usually start with my career coaching clients, so I thought it would be a great topic to share more about on the po…
 
I hear push back from clients all the time about if spending their time writing customized resumes and cover letters is really worth it. Their past experiences tell them it isn’t, and I have to ask them to trust me. What they find is, learning to position themselves on paper is actually very rewarding, genuine and gets results. Compared to the aver…
 
I work with a lot of clients whose goal is to pivot into a tech role or join a tech company. They want to be on the forefront of innovation, and benefit from the salaries, flexibility and growth tech jobs can offer. Since you chose to listen to this episode, I’m guessing that you identify with these desires, too. Whether you see yourself as “techy”…
 
I am loving today’s topic because it’s diving into a question that takes a lot of foresight to answer correctly for yourself. It’s the question of whether a job change, or a career change would best resolve the tension you may be experiencing in your work life. So without further ado, let’s get into it. In this episode I’ll share: How to know you’r…
 
Over the past two weeks I’ve hosted a series of free calls for people who were struggling to get traction in their job search. I decided to offer these free calls after seeing post after post on LinkedIn from people sharing similar experiences. They had been applying to dozens of jobs without hearing back from employers or being offered an intervie…
 
I decided to tackle this topic after receiving a great suggestion from my friend Kirsten. To help frame today’s discussion, I’m going read what Kirsten shared she feels is missing in the conversations and advice regarding careers: I've been loving this idea of figuring out the skills and expertise you have, not just in your career but in your life,…
 
This is a question I’ve seen posed a lot on LinkedIn and in articles during the Covid pandemic. When the effects of the virus reached the economy, many people lost their jobs and many companies put their hiring plans on hold. However, while the circumstances of the pandemic economy are unique, the experience of applying to jobs and not hearing back…
 
Steve Brodner, an award-winning illustrator, caricaturist and journalist, as he dives into how he "lets his art respond to the world". Brodner investigates how he takes a story and physicality of a subject to craft a narrative through visual storytelling. Working with publications such as The New Yorker, L.A. Times, Washington Post, Wall Street Jou…
 
Justin Sloan talks about his first steps toward learning how to direct and learning about film. Learning how to direct the actor, with Nina Foch (USC instructor) Watching MOTHER, by Bong Joon Ho https://www.udemy.com/course/directing-the-actor-a-usc-course-with-nina-foch/learn/lecture/201868#overview…
 
Episode 6 is about working as a Theatre Producer. Featuring: Ruby Glaskin @RubyGlaskin Ruby is an independent producer and Co-Director of Milk Presents. Useful links: www.milkpresents.com https://chinaplatetheatre.com/optimists http://www.razecollective.com/ https://www.bac.org.uk/ LOOKOUT Creative Careers is a six-part podcast series aimed at 16 –…
 
Episode 5 is about working in the Theatre industry. Featuring: Louise Blackwell @LouiseBLou Independent Producer Making unusual ideas a reality in a changing world. Tim Crouch Tim Crouch is a UK theatre artist based in Brighton. He writes plays, performs in them and takes responsibility for their production. He started to make his own work in 2003.…
 
Episode 4 is about being an artist within the constantly shifting theatrical world. Featuring: Victoria Melody Victoria Melody is an award winning British artist with a background in fine art. She makes theatrical shows, performances and films mainly about Britain’s pastimes, passions and tribes. Fascinated by anthropology, she immerses herself int…
 
Episode 3 is about working in the management side of the music industry. Featuring: Rob Luis DJ and Music Producer, Robert Luis is the founder, co-owner and A&R for Tru Thoughts the record label based in Brighton, England. Bobby Brown Music. Arts, Community and Culture. Glossary: ‘A&R’ stands for ‘artists and repertoire’ and is the division of a re…
 
Episode 2 is about working as a Second Assistant Director in Film and TV. Featuring: Helen Fraser Assistant Director or Second Assistant Director on Dracula by Mark Gatiss and Steven Moffat (2020) Our Ladies (2019) by Michael Caton-Jones and Alan Warner and Hellboy by Andrew Crosby and Mike Mignola (2019) Glossary: ‘Run the floor’ means organising …
 
Episode 1 is about Freelancing in the creative industries. Featuring: Rosie Powell @RosiePFreelance Brighton based Photographer, Filmmaker and Editor who specialises in live event and performance documentation. Rifa Thorpe-Tracey @rifa Events organiser, coach, producer and advocate for inclusivity in tech. Charlotte Vivian @charl_vivian Producer wi…
 
A quick message from Louise, one of LOOKOUT’s Co-Directors, on releasing the podcasts during the pandemic. LOOKOUT Creative Careers is a six-part podcast series aimed at 16 – 24yr olds who might be wondering what to do next and how to get into the creative industries. Thanks to J-Felix and Tru Thoughts for the music and Propellernet for use of equi…
 
LOOKOUT Creative Careers is a six-part podcast series aimed at 16 – 24yr olds who might be wondering what to do next and how to get into the creative industries. Thanks to J-Felix and Tru Thoughts for the music and Propellernet for use of equipment and space to make the podcast. Funded by Arts Council England via the National Lottery, Chalk Cliff T…
 
The past week I’ve been reflecting a lot on what this past year of starting and building my business has been like. Right now, I’m in a pretty good place. I feel confident in my role as a coach and have seen my clients succeed again and again. But it felt a little cheap to just call it all positive success when the reality is that most of the year …
 
Rich Tu is the VP of digital design for MTV, VH1, CMT, and Logo. Hear what inspires Rich to create energetic and electrifying designs for brands like Nike, New York Times, and Coca-Cola. He has always been stimulated by street art and the underground scene, allowing a fresh and youthful vibe into mainstream media. From deciding to develop his artis…
 
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