Creative Manifesto

A FEW WORDS TO GET YOU FIRED UP

If you’re going to remain in my orbit – and even work with me – there are a few things you need to know first. That’s where this creative manifesto comes in. It outlines my beliefs, goals and inspiring pieces of wisdom I’ve collected in my years on this planet. If you get to the end of this page and feel a fire in your belly, then you’re in the right place. I’m calling in an army of Creative humans to help build a better world – are you with me?

here's what I believe

here's what i believe

Words make worlds.

Every moment is a creative moment.

You ARE creative (and always have been). 

It’s possible to thrive after trauma.

Creativity isn’t just Art – it’s how we connect the dots.

Self-expression is the key to good communication.

Anything can be creative, just shift your perspective.

“Life is practice, practice is life” – Judith Lassater.

Hold the vision; trust the process.

“Inspiration will come – but it better find you working” – Picasso.

The small creative acts we do every single day have the power to transform our lives in ways we can’t even imagine.

 

here's what i have planned for you...

I'll show you how to fall in love with words so you can turn your pain into power

I'll hold space for you to tap into imagination and dream up the impossible

I'll lead by example so you see that it's safe to walk to the beat of your own drum

I'll share everything I know to help you cultivate a nourishing creative practice

Hear this...

Creativity has been taken for granted for too long... even by the Creatives.

Sure, artistry is a well-honed skill – but creativity? That shit’s primal. At its most organic, it’s how we connect the dots. At its most beneficial, it’s a form of self-care.

But in a world where everyone sounds the same, dare to be the poet of your own life. Creativity is a powerful conduit for self-expression, so please stop regurgitating other people’s words – fall in love with language first and use it to manifest your highest self and greatest work to date.

And if you want to make an impact (looking RIGHT at you, my ambitious change-maker), you must redefine creativity on your own terms. Art isn’t the only way, though it’s mightily effective for getting people’s attention.

What if you could tap into creativity to manage stress and adversity?

What if creativity was more expansive and included every nut and bolt in your daily life?

What if it was never about the outcome… and only about you as a living, breathing, creative being?

It’s time to shift your perspective: you’ve been in denial – you ARE creative, and you always have been. The only question left is… what are you gonna do about it?

reclaim your creativity

reclaim your creativity