Every commercial artist I know chose his or her their craft because they love creating. Yet meetings, emails, phone calls, Slack messages and other distractions fill our weeks. We’re often so busy with urgent work that our creative work gets pushed to the bottom of our to-do lists. When we finally have time to create, we’re burnt out.
Bad communication eats at our time and creative potential. It’s a creativity killer. So, how do you communicate with your team in a way that improves your collaborations?
How to communicate better and reach project nirvana You’ve lost that lovin’ feeling. It didn’t start out this way. In the beginning there was so much potential. You could feel the magic in the air. Now it has faded. You aren’t being heard. You question your own judgement. You’re not sure if all your hard[…]
In 2013, I returned to Vancouver after nearly two years working as a freelance commercial photographer in Asia. The time away left me feeling disconnected from the local creative community. So I started searching. I quickly discovered that Vancouver has events that act as hubs for creatives in the advertising and marketing industry. Here’s my short list. Events[…]