tPP63: What is in your creative space

Hosted by Daniel j Gregory

May 23, 2016

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In this week’s podcast, I got to thinking about how creativity works in our lives. It is important to consider how creativity manifests itself in your everyday life. For myself, I find that when my creativity is low it is because I haven’t created the necessary space to allow the creativity to emerge. In my own work, I have found that simple is always more. Getting more and more complicated in my work often leads to less creativity. I have also found that when my places of creativity are in disarray that my work is also in disarray. After listening to the podcast, I encourage you to think about your own creativity and how the spaces and places you feel most creative are pull together. Do you need clear and clean environments or the hustle and flow of a busy city? Does your desk need to be clean or messy? If you find that your creativity is off, I encourage you to look at what is filing your spaces with junk, noise and pollution and to do what you can to remove it. Find your simple, clean creative space.

Photoshop World 2016

I an also so excited to be an instructor at Photoshop World 2016 this summer in Las Vegas. I am teaching four classes and I would love to see you down there this July. You can find more information over at www.photoshopworld.com.

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