Art Director, Subject Matter
What, if anything, are you doing differently?
The biggest difference is that I’ve been able to take the time I used to spend commuting to and from work and allocate it elsewhere. My yoga practice has become part of my daily routine, I’ve been able to read more, cook more thought out meals, and spend time getting better at my craft outside of the context of my usual client-based workload.
Are you staying creatively active?
Of course. We had a few campaigns and other projects already in play before we switched over to this completely remote posture, so I’ve been continuing to work those, as well as anything new that comes my way. With all of the craziness around us, a focus on creative output and input really helps remain sane.
How are you sparking yourself creatively?
My hunger for inspiration hasn’t changed, so I continue to seek it out — probably even more so. Whether it’s through conversations with other creatives or scouring my go-to spots online, I’m staying hyper-aware of the creative being done. I feel like it’s even more important now to keep my foot on the gas and use this time to my advantage. I’m soaking in all that I can, putting the time in and aiming to come out on the other side of this better than I was before. The obstacle is the way (great book if you’re interested).