All around us, there are things, people, situations that inspire many of us to create. There are those who are inspired but for whatever reason cannot move past that point. What blocks you beyond inspiration to create? #creativity#creativeblocks#creativerecovery
Can't believe it's the final week of teaching/facilitating Manuscript Mastery!
It's been fabulous and I've so enjoyed nurturing people to create, write and share their stories and develop their books!
Until January 2018 💜
A big part of my business model is that my products are made in London. This is why I think it's so important to #keeplondoncreative . I am inspired by this beautiful, at times exhausting city that constantly reinvents itself and I love designing here. This photo of me in my studio is part of the campaign for @wallpapermag and @thepeninsulist .
We're hosting the lovely @_elizawebster for tomorrow's coffee hour, she's the curator for @_skinroom an amazing maker and an active part of our local art scene, come along for a brew at 7:30am tomorrow! ☕️
New Rock Doc 💧! Our friend & collaborator @byron produced & directed this wicked spot for #Spotify , highlighting the elusive visual force behind #QueensofTheStoneAge 's branded album art, #Boneface .
Full video --> https://open.spotify.com/episode/1eT0pldjts7nM5Zi2gx2BE
Opportunities to Collaborate and share innovative ideas are two main reasons we connect creators to our projects.
Nowadays businesses must collaborate and share information to grow on their purposes.
Who are your key collaborative partners?
More information about our collaboration services soon on our website -#collabwithinnovators 💎
YouTube today is taking on Twitch with the launch of a new program that will allow gamers to make money from their channels through the use of sponsorships. Like Twitch’s subscriptions, which offer fans access to custom emotes, special badges and other perks, YouTube’s sponsorships also include a similar set of perks, like custom badges, custom emoji in chat, and access to sponsors-only live chats, among other things. Sponsorships were previously in beta testing on YouTube Gaming, but today they’re opening up broadly to all creators. In addition, the feature will also now be tested in the main YouTube app, the company says.