I love Louisville and coffee and riding bikes. I do the social media for Creative Mornings Louisville.
Cycling, social media.
Ryson’s CreativeMornings activity
James Lindsey Dream Game
Will Russell Nice Day To Start Again
It is our responsibility as the creative class to speak up, to bring people with you, to bring people together, and to look out for others.
I believe that art and arts has a place to build community for us.
I want to challenge creatives to create in a space that you feel like you cannot create. To do something when you're sad or when you're mad.
Jon Lewis The Truth Will Set You Free
What we choose to create is as impactful as why we choose to create it.
If being honest was easy we would do it all the time, but it is not easy. As creatives, we have a choice to make. We have a superpower that other industries do not have. We have a superpower that allows us to create experiences and solve problems in a unique way that other people are baffled by. We can accomplish elegant sustainable solutions to gigantic problems if we work from that mindset.
It's becoming easier and easier to fall down a rabbit hole of lies than to create a mountain of truth.
Jaylin Stewart How Art Helps Us Grieve
Christopher Axe Helping Hanoi's Homeless
Christen Boone Our Community
To design for seniors, we have to be looking in ourselves more. Design to that emotional truth. Design to that timeless you inside of you. You are not your meat suit. You are the vibrant, alive, breathing, loving, engaging, whole, thoughtful, hilarious, joyful you.
I never really thought that at one given moment that someone would hear me and want to dream themselves.
Busy Burr Designing For Seniors
Tal Dehtiar Commitment Is Going All In
Brit Fitzpatrick Be First On The Dance Floor
We get caught up a lot with trends and following trends, and its not necessarily like trends are bad, but when I think about what'll happen when I'm not here, and what I'll leave behind, its my images, its my work. If I follow trends I don't know what that says about me when I'm not here anymore.
But what I can tell you is that, for me, in my experience, the best work I've made is honest work, and the best portraits I've made come from a place of love.
While death is often something that is difficult to think about, we can cheat it through making art, because when we are not here, our art will be.