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Five workshops to guide you through areas of the creative profession that aren’t addressed enough
Five back-to-back workshops with our friends from the AID Universe. Join Sean Mort, DKNG Studios, Jason Edmiston, Billy Baumann, and Mark Brickey as they help you follow your passion to the next level and beyond.
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How you visually present your ideas behind closed doors is as important as the final product everyone sees. This workshop will help you build an unshakeable bridge between creative and client that will put you a cut above a crowded marketplace. Stay ahead of it all with a well-thought-out plan all held between a cover page and a thank you.
Pull back the curtain on social media marketing and uncover methods that yield the results you're after. Debunk the boost and get into the long game that can increase your brand awareness, capture sales, or grow your audience. This workshop will help lay down the groundwork for a long term plan that can help you accomplish your advertising goals with field tested advice from creatives you trust.
Mark Brickey sits down with Jason Edmiston to break apart the wind up before the canvas he takes with each piece to consistently produce jaw dropping work. From troubleshooting your composition to nailing down a color story, every step you need to set yourself up for success is explained and scrutinized for over an hour and a half in this workshop.
Learn how to show the world the work you want to do as Dan Kuhlken, Nathan Goldman, and Mark Brickey lay out the do's and don'ts of crafting your portfolio. This workshop will transform your portfolio into a resource you can use again and again to land more jobs and get more money.
It's time for a difficult dose of the truth; saving money as a freelance creative will be difficult to accomplish. This workshop will help you develop a plan that will work for your unique situation that is flexible enough to withstand anything thrown at it and help you build better financial habits once those actually show up and get cashed.