Great Podcast for Anyone Wanting to Stretch and Grow Creatively
If you are struggling or desiring to become more creative, or just want inspiration (truly helpful inspiration, along with firm pushes to move forward), listen to this podcast series. Start with very first episode, which sets the tone for the whole series. David has a very robust following among photographers, but his teaching/philosophy applies to many other genres of art as well, to include writing, painting, sculpture, and music. He is such a fantastic teacher, and makes you feel safe in giving new things a try. He mixes inspiration with specific calls to action, and makes it safe for you to experiment and risk falling short - which is part of the creative process (for me, anyway). Loving this series and grateful to David for helping those of us who struggle with the creative process.
Laura Roxane via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 10/01/19
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I needed this swift kick. I recently had a medical event, and listening to this podcast allowed to me realize I can still be creative and function accordingly. Thank you so much.
nlh835 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/29/19
As a fellow photog, I've been familiar with David's creative work, but less so with his creative voice until this podcast. Each episode sees David unpack a creative thesis, distilled from years of industry (and life) experience, which he delivers in a no-nonsense, highly articulate...Read full review »
KirkKenny via Apple Podcasts · Hong Kong · 10/04/19
These first 3 podcasts in the series reflect the deep and inspiring thoughts about creativity that David duChemin unfailingly provides. His insights about living the creative life are right on the mark. I look forward to many more.
Janice_E via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/29/19
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