My first memory of a piece of art moving me is The Nutcracker. My mom took me to see it when I was five. Since then, I’ve known with my entire being that my purpose in this life is to be an artist. Unfortunately, I’ve had a hard time since then deciding what kind of artist I was going to be. When I discussed being a Renaissance woman, I explained that I have been a singer, a dancer, an actress, a director, a playwright, a screenwriter, a spotlight operator, an author, a poet, a keyboardist, a guitarist, and a songwriter. Two of these
Today I’m talking about switching up my writing process with Radish fiction. You can watch the video here. And here’s the transcript: Hey everyone, it’s
Today, musician, Geoff Goodwin, stops by to talk creative process. Geoff and I go way back, having played in bands together from about 2008 to
It can be terrifying to share our work. Some of us don’t know how much we should share with the world, where to share our
Today, painter, L.H. Carriveau stops by to talk about her creative process. Leah and I go way back, and we actually met in high school.
Today I’m talking about being inspired by bad storytelling. You can watch the video here. Here’s the transcript: Hey everyone. It’s Sara, and I’m back