Informational

Writers: Agent, Publisher or Self?

Posted by on Jan 3, 2013 in Blog, Informational, Writing | 0 comments

A while back, I posted about my personal pursuit to write stories for children’s picture books. Since then, I’ve been encouraged by fellow writers who’ve shared their stories and endeavors with me.

Sharing your hopes and dreams with others takes courage. It takes everything inside me to open my tightly clasped hands and show you a bit of what I hold so dear. Let’s be honest, no one wants to look like a failure.

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Ask The Artist – Photographer, Michael Nyffeler

Posted by on Jul 25, 2012 in Ask The Artist, Blog, Informational, Photography | 4 comments

Ask The Artist – Photographer, Michael Nyffeler

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I’m excited to share our next Artist in the “Ask The Artist” series with you! (Now taking your questions until Monday, July 30th, at midnight!)

Michael Nyffeler, is a videographer and photographer who’s first international venture was in 2005 when he traveled to New Zealand for a year. He’s since traveled the globe to a total of 23+ countries, living in 7 for a month or longer documenting life and reality for many around the world.

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Ask The Artist (answered) – Actor, Emily Spalding

Posted by on Jun 26, 2012 in actor, Ask The Artist, Blog, Informational | 0 comments

Ask The Artist (answered) – Actor, Emily Spalding

I first met Emily when she and her fiance (now husband) hired Melenbacker Photography as their wedding photographers. Now friends, we’ve kept in touch over the years and have worked on a couple projects together since. When I shared my excitement for this project with Emily, I was so grateful for her support in my [...]

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Are You Reaching Your Creative Potential?

Posted by on Jun 8, 2012 in Art, Blog, Informational, Musings & More | 4 comments

A long-time friend, Micah Yost, founder of Thrive Development Group, recently directed my attention to an article on venturebeat.com about a recent study conducted by Adobe. The study included a poll that asked the question: is creativity “critical to economic growth”? You may or may not find it surprising but more than 80% of people said “yes”. What I read next was one of those tidbits of info that makes you sit back and think “huh, where would I fall in that statistic?”. Out of the people polled, only 25% of them said they felt they are “currently living up to their creative potential.”

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