I’m a full-time entrepreneur with a fine-art degree who’s been fired from every real job I’ve ever had. I do a bunch of entrepreneurial things, but always under the umbrella as an “artist”. I have a signature art-style and I operate mostly in the world of culture, music, and fashion. I’ve worked with brands like PUMA, Karmaloop, Bud Light, Radeberger, and more. I’m offering up insight, inspiration,entertainment, crazy stories, rambling’s, and everything in between. Let’s get weird
In this episode I talk about how the most successful art is that which is the most real and authentic. I talk about the importance of allowing yourself to feel and experience the world around you and learning how to channel that into art whatever your medium is. I also talk about the magical trinity of art that all artists need to master.
Man this episode was truly something special. Dave and I got together and talked shop on everything from the early stages of our creative careers to now. We talk about the good, the bad, and the ugly. Things like how to overcome negative people, negative situations, building a brand, being authentic, and how to monetize off your craft.
The world needs less rock stars and more architects. Architects are the brilliant minds behind the scenes that are building with the artists. This episode I give you a few examples of contemporary and legendary architects. I also talk about what they mean to us artists and how it fits into the modern day setting of art.
The age old story of the tortoise versus the hare. Most of us are average but that doesn’t mean we don’t have something exceptional living inside of us. Approach your dreams as if you were the tortoise: steady, deliberate, methodical, and laser focused. This is a marathon, not a sprint.
In this episode I talk about the artistic revolution that is happening right now. Fuck being a broke artist and fuck the mentality that you cannot be a good business person as well as a good artist. Artist’s are the new rock stars. Lets get it!
In this episode I talk about being an outsider. Specifically, when it comes to following your dreams and thinking differently. I also talk about how to handle dream killers, small thinkers, and the awkward topic that maybe your family members are the biggest dream killers. I’ll leave you with one of my favorite quotes, “I’m not afraid to eat alone because I know what I bring to the table.”
My friend, mentor, and all around good-guy Brady Sadler got me hip to Anchor. As any self-absorbed entrepreneur would never admit, I love listening to myself talk, sharing insight, and entertaining people. Let’s combine all those things. Here’s the Intro to a podcast that revolves around me driving and dropping 💎.