The B&E Podcast #039
“Artistic Process Meets Industry Awareness”

iTunes Link:
https://itun.es/i6hv7ck

SUMMARY OF THE PODCAST:
The vision you have for your art is where it all begins and where it hopefully ends — in between is the process.  Sometimes creativity happens within the process and structure itself and can launch you to a greater understanding of your work.  Beyond that, it’s also important to be aware and respectful of what your industry expects from you.  That doesn’t mean that you have to follow it but it does allow you to make a more informed and inspired decision.

POINT #1: “CREATIVITY COMES IN FORMS YOU DON’T EXPECT”
-Sometimes creative inspiration comes in the form of HOW you do your work — your process or structure.  These can give you new avenues in taking your vision to the next level, so be open to creativity in its many forms.

POINT #2: “BEING BLIND TO THE INDUSTRY AND BUSINESS CAN WORK AGAINST YOU”
-We often neglect or ignore our respective creative industry as a means of protecting ourselves, irritation or any number of reasons — that doesn’t mean you should.  Being aware of industry demands and expectations as well as having respect for it can serve you in making more conscious decisions to aid you in having a career.

POINT #3: “YOUR VISION IS ALWAYS YOUR GREATEST VALUE”
-Having your ducks in a row is great, but we are drawn to people’s passion and vision more than anything else.  Bring people into your vision and then the rest is simply the cherry on top.  Be authentic and connect to others through your most valuable asset, you!

VALUABLE LINKS:

http://www.TheBandEPodcast.com – The Official Website

http://www.brassneck.ca – The Craft Brewery of Choice Today

http://www.BCFilmAcademy.com – The BC Film Academy

http://www.ThePlayersCreativeCompany.com – Acting School

https://welcome.slated.com/ – “Where Great Movies Get Made”

MENTIONS IN THIS PODCAST:
Brassneck Brewing

Slated

Aaron Sorkin

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