Every artist and designer goes through the same thing. You've come to the hard realization that your portfolio has become too large and unfocused. Clients are either bored to death flipping through your work or they just can't figure out what it is you do or more importantly, what job they can give you.
You're combing through old work. You focus intently on a piece that has caught your attention. and you ask yourself... Read More
Ahh art jobs and finding the right niche. There are so many different options to choose, but how do you hone in on the best one to rock your world?
Lots of artists set high goals - like crazy high - and forget that it's actually a series of small steps that will get them to their dream lifestyle, career and income.
Today we'll talk about 8 questions to help you figure out which art market is a good fit for you - one that plays to your strengths so you can make money today and set up your dream career in the future. Read More
You know when you're at the art store and you're trying to figure out what the best tool to use for the current project you're working on? Trying to find out how to get paid for your art work can feel just as overwhelming.
Because here's the thing. Read More
Submitting your portfolio to a potential client (i.e. art director) to get work can be Friday the 13th scary!! I know. I’ve been there. You worry about putting yourself and your art ‘out there.’ You fear the response – or lack of one.
From my experience, this is the first step I'm going to say - take a deep breath and calm down. You can do this thing! Read More
Let me ask you a question.
Who are you as an artist - and who do you want to be?
Your portfolio is not only your business card and your brand. It's also a story of your skills, interest, and strengths organized into one super awesome package.
The biggest mistake many commercial artists make is thinking your portfolio is just a collection of your best work. Read More