The valuable lesson I (Patrick Moreau) learned when I got to shoot the president. Get a new perspective.
How to develop your artistic voice in a soulful way – Part II
Part 2 of a series on how to develop your artistic voice in a meaningful, impactful, and long-lasting way.
Narrative Transportation: What It Is and Why Every Storyteller Needs to Know It
What is it like to be so engrossed in a story, you forget everything around you and lose yourself in the narrative?
What Science Can Teach Us About Being a Truly Happy Creative
There are things that happen within our lives that truly shake us to the core. Those moments that we can remember decades later with vivid clarity.
When Is Good, More Than Enough?
When is “good” more than enough? Let’s discuss.
How to develop your artistic voice in a soulful way – Part I
Part I: The Courage to be Unconventional I’ve found that much of the material out there about how to develop as an artist is not very helpful. Excluding a few notable exceptions, the discussion of the topic tends to involve lots of platitudes about believing in yourself and working hard, but few actionable steps are […]
Crappy Photos Are Okay
Don’t worry about that crappy photo you took. It’s gonna be okay. Here’s why.
Does Your Art Reflect the Times?
Legendary blues and jazz singer Nina Simone challenges artists to use their craft to make a difference.
The Power of Ignorance and Naivete
Sometimes not know what you’re doing is the best thing that could happen to you.
Stand Still to Stand Out
What does it actually mean when I say, “to stand out sometimes you have to stand still”?