For creatives, there’s nothing more important than your portfolio. A good portfolio can help you snag the clients you are after and attract the attention of professionals that can advance your career. It’s a constant that needs care throughout the duration of your career, and should be something you spend a good amount of time crafting. Why?
American architecture was forever changed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
If you think you don’t need a business plan because you work in a creative field, think again.
Think you’re ready to make the move and give freelancing a try? As a path that’s more popular than ever, working for yourself can seem like it would be paradise, but the reality is that it’s a lot of hard work. Whether you are a fine artist running your own studio or a freelance photographer, business is business—and that means taking the time to set yourself up properly for success.
Design expert Jaime Derringer is a busy woman.
A post shared by Craft Room Inspiration 💗 (@craftroominspo) on Apr 18, 2018 at 10:14am PDT Who doesn’t wish they were more organized? And when you run your own business, it’s even more critical that you keep your work streamlined so you can focus on important things—like creating art.
Work in a creative field and looking to make a career change?
They often say that wisdom comes with age, and this can be especially true when it comes to your career.
Networking—it’s a word that strikes fear into many professionals. But the truth is, you don’t have to be the gregarious person shaking every hand in the room to be great at networking. And, in the digital age, it’s possible to be an effective networker right from your home.
We all know that social media plays an important role in carving our your creative niche and networking with potential...