I know if you’ve taken the Creator’s Profit Plan free video training series you have likely listened to some podcast episodes that I have published. And you know that I am always either interviewing an expert in artistic businesses or another artist with an artistic business. Or I am sharing tips with you about what I know about how to grow your business with your art. But I know that you haven’t yet heard an interview by a former Profit Canvas student and me. So I thought I would share with you my interview with Angela Herbert-Hodges, who interviews me about my artistic journey, how I started to develop the Profit Canvas course to begin with and her experience with all of it as well. So, here I give you my interview with the lovely and beautiful Angela Herbert-Hodges.
Jenny Dorsey is a professional chef and creative person based in New York City. She makes food to express the full arrange of human emotions even those not well suited for Instagram. She believes food has a special way of exposing the banal routine and social norms we find ourselves in. It can be a powerful medium for storytelling and creates a place for genuine interaction if we choose to see it as such. In our discussion, Jenny and I talk about how she built an incredible business after walking away from a career in finance that her parents were all for her pursuing. By pursuing her love for food and her passion for creating change in the world through creativity she has created a whole new space for food as art and helping to invoke social change in the process. Artists I can’t wait for you to hear this […]
Carol Hartsell is the Managing Digital Producer of Full Frontal with Samantha Bee and she books and produces a weekly stand-up show at Upright Citizens Brigade East Theater called Lasers In The Jungle in New York City. She works and lives with her husband Sean, with whom she has two dogs, two cats, and six fruit trees. In our discussion Carol shares how she went from pursuing a career as a fine artist to inadvertently following what turned out to be her true calling, producing comedy. And one that has brought an incredible amount of joy and fulfillment to her life in the most unexpected ways. Artists, if you ever feel afraid of changing course to follow your heart because it might throw your life into a tailspin this utterly inspiring episode is for you.
Angela Andrieux is a photographer, blogger, and photography coach living in Chesapeake, VA with her US Navy husband and their cat, Pumpkin. She will photograph just about anything, but her love to travel tops it all. She believes there is nothing better than exploring someplace new, camera in hand. She also enjoys helping other photographic artists find their creative voice. Whether through her blog, a group workshop, or one-on-one coaching, her students’ excitement to learn keeps her inspired. In our discussion, we talk further about her drive to teach others about how to find their artistic style through photography. Artists I cannot wait for you to hear this episode especially if photography is something that has been on your mind, in your hearts, and/or is already apart of your creative career path.
Sarah Cogan is a designer for film and television, with work ranging from network television to indie films. Through her work as a costume designer, Sarah created a garment bag company called Set Ready Go! The Ultimate Garment Bag which is the first garment bag to organize an outfit from head to toe and give homage to the art of getting dressed. Her goal is to use Set Ready Go! as a tool to fund her creative endeavors further. In our discussion, we talk about her project and the process behind how she came up with her Set Ready Go! business. Have a listen because this is an episode you don’t want to miss especially if you have a product based business as an artist.