A conversation with hosts, Brie Stockwell and Len Metcalf, unpacking & exploring creativity through the art of photography and other creative passions.
In this chat about "Keeping the Romance Alive" we discuss:
- Why we don't number our episodes
- Tips to boost creativity
- Our #1 way to keep our creative passions flowing - WALKING!
- Questions to ask yourself when trying some of our tips: What’s the worst that could happen? What’s the best that could happen?
Mentioned in this episode:
"Creative Blocks" our previous episode
Epiosde about “Play”
“The Artist’s Way” by Julia Cameron
Article on walking “Improve Creativity through walking”
Quote on idea-storming (unknown author)- “People who are able to generate a lot of ideas (good and not-so-good) are much more likely to have a couple of brilliant ideas hidden in the mix than those who only come up with a couple of ideas to begin with. Block out time for free writing and come up with as many ideas around a problem as your brain can generate, even if they seem silly. Since creative people are prolific idea-generators, remember that they typically have more misses than hits.”
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Episode image by Brie Stockwell.
Original Music composed and performed by Brian Free.
Logo created by Tricia Ulberg at Blooming Cactus.