This episode is pretty cool simply because it’s super real. Real in the sense of Real Life happens when you’re trying to work on something. Tai Hall of Taime Studios Incorporated is Not only my business bestie, but she’s a True Creative &
It's Season Two!!
So far, each season, there’s one guest who is a kindred spirit of mine & this season it’s Missy. She was practically Raised in the AUC IN THE PRINT SHOP – she tried to buck the system and go to Mass Comm in college, but still came back full circle to Graphic Design & Branding. In our conversation with Missy, we learn that being a creative & being a creative business are two different things. A piece of advice she gives during our interview is to make use of all of your networking opportunities.
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April Fore is the Author of the Adventures of E.G.G. A children’s book dedicated encouraging children and families with special needs (more specifically Turner Syndrome) that they can enjoy their lives, continue to grow and learn new things. April is a WONDERFUL SPIRIT,
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