I had the great pleasure to be interviewed by CanvasRebel, a group focusing on creating a space for artists, creatives, and entrepreneurs to learn from one another. Here’s a quick rundown from their website:
Our mission is to create a space for artists, creatives and entrepreneurs to be able to learn from their peers through the magic and power of storytelling. Our love of the storytelling format comes from our founding of VoyageLA almost a decade ago, where we ask folks to share the story of their lives and how they got to where they are today. We’ve been fortunate to expand across dozens of cities nationwide. Through our conversations with thousands of small business owners, artists and creatives we noticed that there was a need for even more storytelling – stories about our business or career that we might share at dinner or over coffee, but that wouldn’t necessarily make it into our memoir at the end of our lives; stories that illustrate the nitty-gritty details of what it takes to be successful day to day, how to build and grow a client base, recruit, train and manage a team or generate a living from your art.— CanvasRebel
In the interview I talked about my creative journey, rebuilding my art business, Big Head Productions, and the path of chasing my dream of creating art and stories has taken.
You can read the interview in its entirety here.