do you love your job now? when will biggs jr come?lol
Honestly, I do love my job. We are one of the “good guys” and what we do, actually affects our world for the better. Other providers in our industry give Supplemental Educational Services a bad name, but we work hard to actually impact these students’ lives.
As for a “little one”, I won’t be ready for that step until I get married. There is still so much of the world left for me to see and experiences to be had before I’m ready for the “mini-van life”.
whats your day job? when did you start painting? and whats one thing you want to accomplish before leaving earth for good?
I’m the creative coordinator for a mentoring and tutoring company. I’ve been painting since my senior year of high school, so for about 12/13 years now. Start a beautiful family, and work an art related job, that I LOVE.
Where do you find inspiration when you have design block?? I've been working on a basketball tournament logo on and off for about a month. Designed and redesigned over 10 times. Designed a hundred logos before, but keep finding myself struggling with this one for some reason. I guess bc I want this to be so great, as it would be my first logo to be viewed outside of my city (Louisville, KY) Any input or help appreciated Jeremy. Thanks.
First off let me say designer’s block will strike EVERYONE within the creative field sooner or later. I’ve found that the key to getting through it is to keep working. I know this seems counter-productive, and it will feel like you’re going through the motions, but along with continuing to work, mix in other activities.
Do a piece of work for the fun of it; something just for you. Or try watching some documentaries or movies about something you don’t typically care for. Read. Change up your daily routine. Go sit in a coffee shop and work for a few hours. Get away from your computer for a few days. Buy design magazines. Try new restaurants. Go to a museum. Go for a walk.
There are COUNTLESS ways to spark something creatively. So you’ll have to work through those yourself, but what I can tell you is, trying too hard to get it just right, won’t get you anywhere. Just do the due diligence and allow it to be organic. Let it happen.