Every artist deals with it in their career—the difference between what they envision, and what they actually create. How to deal?
Marketing expert and best-selling author Seth Godin offers some great advice on finishing a work.
Today I continue my series on limiting yourself to stretch your creativity. I want to know YOUR story of limitations stretching you.
Self-limitation is one of the best ways to stretch and exercise your creativity muscle.
Lessons we can learn from a TEDx talk about the effects musical improvisation has on the brain.
Our latest short film doc will move and inspire you, as well as provide three great lessons for all you professional creatives.
For professional creatives, time-off is imperative. How do you expect to inspire others if you don’t set aside a time to experiment and be inspired?
One of the most challenging jobs of a film or video editor is to cut a project down to the meat of the message. In today’s post I share a video example of how I made such a decision on my recent personal project.
The life of a professional artist is very much like, well…building Legos. An inspirational video for the creative child in all of us.
Dear Ron, Wow. That’s quite a bit you had to write yesterday. On the record, since you are so fond of pointing out paragraphs in contracts, let me point YOU to paragraph 1, section 1, sentence 1: “The Muse (herein “Muse”) will show up when YOU show up” (emphasis mine).