Freelance art director and motion designer Mitch Myers joins us this week to share his story and some of the lessons he’s learned about finding balance in his life and the art of freelancing. Mitch offers some very useful advice and tips for those of you who are striving for balance in your creative life.Read More
Master blaster Albert Omoss is back with a vengeance! For this episode, we dig super deep into the nuance of the industry we work in, what we’re doing here, and why we’re doing it.Read More
Concept artist Marco Nelor joins us this week in a massive two-part episode to discuss everything from food, to authenticity of art, being a freelancer, and the hype behind reaching your artistic goals.Read More
It took 50 episodes, but we're super pumped to have our first woman join The Collective! The amazing designer/letterer Jessica Hische stops by to talk about the challenges of being a freelancer and how to handle turning down jobs if the terms aren't to your liking.Read More
The incredible Anthony Jones comes back for Part 2 with a vast array of new wisdom, on topics such as managing productivity, his amazing Kickstarter book Heaven’s Hell, and the challenges of implementing
criticism into your own work. Stay irie, mon.
This week's podcast brings the opportunity to chat with Anthony Jones, an amazingly talented concept artist among the entertainment industry. Anthony has worked on many levels of this industry from movies, toys, commercials, and video games. Most recently, he began the process of creating his own collector's edition book, titled "Heaven's Hell", which will be released in the near future.
In this episode, Anthony and I discuss his personal perspective on our industry, recommendations on how to sustain a successful freelance career, and the journey of launching a book of his collective work thanks to funding by Kickstarter.Read More