Staying creative and motivated during the pandemic can be stressful and challenging. For Jahleel Hills, a Brooklyn-born and raised filmmaker and drummer, good cardio and fitness is an important step i
With work from home still officially a thing, you can bet that networking as a creative is going to remain a conundrum.
There might be nothing worse than working in a toxic creative space… Toxicity is the quality of being toxic, very harmful, and unpleasant in a pervasive or insidious way. It happens to be a slow
We’ve compiled a list of six affordable cities for creatives to consider moving to. You might want to bookmark this, especially if you’re always on the go.
We explore D’Art Shtajio, which is Japan’s first Black-owned anime studio. The studio was founded by two brothers, Arthell and Darnell Isom.
#RONASZN is in full effect and almost every industry has felt its brutal impact. Some creatives are using this extra free time in quarantine to work on projects but, not everyone is so fortunate. One
In an effort to redefine the market for freelancers, the Holyrad wants to help those who are left out of our economy due to the monetary constraints.
If you don’t know the name Kahlil Joseph, you should.
He’s always been “clocked in,” and honed his photographic skills over the course of 11 years.
Essel and Theodore def have big things in store for their creative careers and perhaps the two might even work on a film together.