How did they do it? What inspired them? How did they fit it in? What is their recipe?
I'm so excited about the artists on my podcast! In the course of my journey, I've had the privilege to meet fantastic women in a number of creative fields. They have individually found the path that's worked for them and crafted their businesses around their creativity. But how did they do it? What inspired them? How did they fit it into what they were already doing? What is their recipe? I'll be chatting with them about these questions, and others, and sharing their stories on this podcast. To ensure you're updated as soon as it's released, just subscribe here and also receive 21 days of daily illustrated inspiration to jump-start your creativity.
Anne is a full time freelance handletter and illustrator based in Amsterdam. Anne will decorate anything with her art - from company walls and websites to menus and paper. .
Tiffany is a heartfelt, genuine woman who managed to write a picture book for children on the difficult topic of grief, and single handedly sold over 10 000 copies.
Sarah Venema, a photographer from Colorado, who spends most of her creative time capturing sun-drenched, love filled laughing moments with her camera.
Anna Sabino is a designer, writer, speaker and creative entrepreneur. She strives to create a location independent lifestyle, and to that end has grown her skill set to include becoming a life and business growth coach, speaker and author.
Audrey Ko, designer and calligrapher from Things Unseen Designs, draws her inspiration from nature and from her faith.
Joanne MacGregor is a South African psychologist and hybrid author writing for young adults and adults. She writes both fiction and non-fiction and has a long list of books behind her name.
Lisa Reinicke, founder of Our House Publications, and award winning, best-selling children's author. Also works full time in her other business, the Automotive Warranty Network, which took her years to establish, and in Our House Properties.
Katrina Walker went from being an investment banker to a leading textile designer and instructor for Husqvarna Viking and Pfaff.
Chris Vabre is a talented artist and designer who plays with sculpting, textiles, fashion design, jewellery design and many other creative outlets; always giving herself permission to explore whatever she felt drawn to.
Michelle Green's passion for the sweeter things in life led her to establish a business teaching others how to grow their sweet food businesses through her book "The Business of Baking", live classes worldwide and her online course "Build your profitable cake business."
Anne Butera, self-taught watercolour artist, talks to us about learning art and the importance of recognising joy in every moment, slowing down and mindfulness.
Barbara Grace, a phenomenal woman, spends her time thinking about creativity - what it is, how we access it, how we can nurture it, how we use it in every aspect of our lives and much more.
Gay Kraeger, owner of Wildways Illustrated and a Craftsy Unlimited teacher, shares how she started her journey with watercolour journaling and how that hobby eventually led to her establishing her own design business.
Tara Roskell, The Idea Medic, provides first aid for your creative muscle through her podcast of the same name, and her online courses.
Sandra Busby, an award winning still life artist who is amazingly talented and happens to be self taught.
Kirsty Shadiac, mother of two small kids, artist and the brain behind the Australian based online art school for kids called "Artventure".
Fiona Ingram, author of the award-winning children’s adventure book The Secret of the Sacred Scarab. She also writes Regency romance novels under the pseudonym Arabella Sheraton. We talk about Self-publishing, writing under a pseudonym, and creating your own success.
Ria Sharon the artist behind the 'Wild and Precious' range of wearable art. She is in the top 1% of teachers on the online learning platform Skillshare. We talk about designing your life as an artist, Life balance, and turning a creative hobby into a career.
Marie-Noëlle Wurm is a freelance artist, illustrator and online art teacher living in the South of France. She talks about life as a freelancer and Patreon, the online platform for artists to get financial support , and how her rather unique style developed.
Donna Barker, technical ghost-writer, award-winning author of quirky women’s fiction and creative entrepreneur is the inaugural guest.