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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 ...
 
ARTrepreneurs is a weekly podcast that inspires photographers and visual artists to live their best creative lives. Whether it's shining a light on new business strategies or sharing the stories of self-made creatives, Artrepreneurs aims to bring people together. My name is Michael Der and I am a full-time photographer with nearly 10 years of experience in the freelancing world, and I’m sitting down with an amazing community of visual artists to talk about process, business, and the lessons ...
 
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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…
 
EP 19: When you start your creative career, the big first hurdle is convincing people to trust you even though you have no experience. It's a classic "chicken and the egg" scenario. You need the work to get the experience, and you need the experience to get hired to do the work. So what can we do to kickstart our career that requires no industry ex…
 
EP 18: Not having a system for your leads is a sure-fire way to lose sight of who you need to contact and how to market to them. Starting with a client list or a lead list is important for every freelancer to chart where they are now and where they want to go. In this episode, I'll break down what information needs to be on your client list so you …
 
Big visions require a team. If you’re dreaming about creating something epic, collaboration is the road to get you there. In this week’s episode, we explore what makes a successful collaboration and how to avoid those explosive moments we’re all a little afraid of.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 17: Saving money is a goal for everyone, but few seem to have a system in place to do it. When left up to our own motivation or self-discipline, we find ourselves highly unreliable. The system in which we use is what will allow us to grow our savings for big life expenses and retirment. In today's episode, I'll be talking about the what, why, an…
 
Each week, the Artrepreneur Podcast brings helpful and practical info for creative people and artists to bring their creative dreams to life. This week, our host, Cole NeSmith, shares the story of his creative journey and some of the lessons learned along the way.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 16: Depression might hit each person differently. For some, it might be short-lived, whereas others might experience a wave that lasts years, robbing them of joy and creativity. In this episode, I talk about my history with depression and some of the tools I use to combat it. Artrepreneurs: @artrepreneurspod Have a question that you want address…
 
There are constant distractions that can prevent us from remaining authentic in the process of creating. Being reactionary, trying to appear novel… how do we move away from the influence of external circumstances and remain committed to our voice and passions?توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 15: What makes commercial photography commercial? What makes editorial photography editorial? How do I tell which category my job or assignment falls under, and ultimately, why does it matter? In this episode, we're diving in on some basics of what defines commercial and editorial use and how it will impact your pricing. Resources: https://blink…
 
We default to what we know, what’s comfortable. But meaningful art flows from a place of deep connection. That requires being open to the people and experiences around us. This week, we explore 5 ways to be more open and create more meaningful creative work.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 14: Is craftsmanship in photography dying? Where are the artists that seek to break formula instead of replicate it? Photographer/Director, Alexis Cuarezma sits down with us to talk about the importance of finding your vision to create work that is original and sincere to the artist in all of us. In this episode, Alexis breaks down his process a…
 
I know we want to get to the end of a creative endeavor… or the end of our lives… and consider what we’ve done “successful.” This week, we take some time to explore what “success” is and how we can set ourselves up for a long and successful creative career.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 13: Underpricing is rampant in the freelance economy, and there are way too many reasons to list in one episode. In fact, we could pretty much sum it up by saying everyone is to blame. The economy, the clients, and the creatives all take partial blame for lowering industry-standard rates, but for now, we're going to focus on photographers and ho…
 
Have you ever considered the emotions you’re feeling inside when you approach the creative process? This week, we talk about the importance of noticing our emotional state in the creative process. Then some practical details to help us embrace joy over fear.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 12: Getting your work published can be one of the great mysteries for any photographer. In this episode, we talk to James Patrick, whose work has been published on over 500 magazine covers in his career on how to build awareness and generate leads with clients we want to work with. JAMES PATRICK Website: https://www.jamespatrick.com/ Instagram: …
 
EP 11: Brad Smith has one of the most incredible careers in photography one could fathom, and he's accomplished it without putting a camera to his eye. His life as a photo editor branches from the White House, to publications like The New York Times and Sports Illustrated, to his current position as the VP of Photography at WWE. In this episode, we…
 
I love pizza. And I want to eat it everyday. But that’s probably not the best idea. Today, we talk about developing appetites that will serve us creatively and shedding appetites that don’t. Let’s get practical in the process of bringing our creative dreams to life.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 10: Working as an NFL photographer is a goal for so many, and documenting a Superbowl season might be "the dream of all dreams" for a sports fan. In this episode, we talk with Kyle Zedaker on his rise from intern to team photographer of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, his thoughts on what it takes to stand out from the crowd, and the nuances of coveri…
 
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…
 
5 really practical tips to get rid of some of the stress of being a creative person. This week, we talk about how changing our mindset in some key ways can release us into a great level of creative freedom.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 9: We've all been told that hard work + talent is the formula for success, but what gets overlooked are the choices we make in our business. Make the wrong call and your business can plummet no matter how hard you've worked to get there and how much artistic skill you possess. In this episode, I'll explain what choices might be leaving your busi…
 
We need to be bold in order to bring our creative dreams to life. But there’s another half, humility. When we embody these two halves, we make awesome stuff, but we also give people permission to care. This week, we explore how embodying audacity and humility will help us thrive.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
EP 8: Attracting clients is no easy task as a freelancing creative, particularly when passive marketing has been shown to rarely produce major returns. Instead, it is proactive marketing and focusing on content that is in-demand that will yield success. In this episode, I have the privilege to sit down with commercial photographer, Tri Nguyen, abou…
 
There are some people in our lives that it’s realllllly tempting to try and cater to. But when we do that, we end up sacrificing our creative energy and passion. This week, we talk about some of the potential pitfalls and how to avoid them. Then, we can stay focused and more forward in our creative dreams.…
 
EP 7: Have you ever felt that you weren't good enough to belong in a perceived class; that maybe you're pulling a fast one on everyone with smoke and mirrors, or even worse, that you shouldn't even try to reach that level in the first place? Imposter syndrome often seems like it comes with the territory of being a creative professional, and today I…
 
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…
 
Often times, we attach our identity as artists and as people to the “products” we make. But when we reframe our focus on the process, everything changes for the better. Instead of approaching our work with fear, we start approaching our work with exciting. We ask, “what is going to emerge from the process?”…
 
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…
 
EP 6: Photographing individuals who are not accustomed to being in front of the camera is not an easy task, and the relationship between photographer and subject shouldn't be neglected. In this episode, I sit down and talk with family and senior photographer, Kelly Aoki, about building report with her clients and capturing authentic emotion every t…
 
EP 5: One of the difficulties of dealing with new clients is the first estimate. How can I compute all the necessary information and quickly turnaround a professional and accurate estimate that respects both sides? In this episode, I'm breaking down my strategy and how I focus on a client-centric experience. The key takeaways... Be Detailed Be Brie…
 
As creative people, we make content. But what’s the point in making it if no one watches. This week, we talk about strategies artists can employ to make sure people see and engage with their content. It’s a great overview of social media for artists!توسط Cole NeSmith
 
When we think about success, sometimes we think of it as something separate from ourselves. It’s for “those successful people over there.” But how we think about success often has a lot to do with our ability to arrive where we want to go. That’s what we talk about this week on the Artrepreneur Podcast.…
 
Today’s episode is a conversation with songwriter, Josh Varnadore. Most recently, Josh co-wrote a song for Gwen Stefani, but things haven’t always been so awesome. In this episode we hear from Josh about the mall jobs, indie band recordings, and car-flipping that he worked at along the way. It’s a story that reminds us to keep going.…
 
EP 4: Losing one's job is never easy. It takes a tremendous toll both financially and emotionally. But what rarely gets talked about is simply dealing with the anxiety of job loss. How do we handle the fear of losing that gig, that contract, that client? With more and more freelancing coming into play each year, more and more people have to deal wi…
 
EP 3: A call-sheet is a pivotal part of your photo shoot process. It alerts your entire team of the details you set so that you don't have to spend time answering questions during the creative process. In this episode, I'll break down the following 4 categories I put on a call sheet: Logistical information Creative information Safety information In…
 
EP 2: The move to self-employment comes with some amazing benefits but it isn't a decision to be made lightly. There are no educational or financial requirements for one to meet before branching off on your own. There isn't even a required amount of experience before pursuing one's own business. So how are we supposed to know when we are ready? Con…
 
EP 1: ARTrepreneurs is a podcast that inspires photographers and visual artists to live their best creative lives. My name is Michael Der and I am a full-time photographer with nearly 10 years of experience in the freelancing world, and I’m sitting down with an amazing community of visual artists to talk about their process, business models, and th…
 
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…
 
We put a lot of pressure on ourselves. And sometimes that pressure stunts our growth or just makes us feel really bad. This week, we talk about 4 things to normalize as artists and how that can help us continue to thrive.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
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 …
 
Hey. It’s Cole. Today is my birthday. I want to share 5 of the most important creative lessons I’ve learned in my decades of life. I think they’ll be really encouraging and helpful to you as you keep pressing into your creativity.توسط Cole NeSmith
 
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…
 
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