Artist Roundup: Engineer with a passion for photography

This week, we’re introducing our next artist: Mike Glatzer! Glatzer picked up a camera at 15 years old, but older Glatzer not only wanted to pursue photography but engineering. The awesome ending to this story is that he now gets to do both. That’s hustle. How did you start doing what you’re doing? Which thing?! […]

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A Place to Chill: YoJay’s Yogurt Treats Review

Main Location Address: 1105 Main Street Suite # 401, Forest Park, GA 30297 Conveniently located down the street from the local community college Clayton State University, a group of our friends occasionally gather at YoJay’s for Dungeon and Dragons and, of course, frozen treats that cater to everyone’s tastes. YoJay’s Yogurt Treats is a frozen […]

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Artist Roundup: Creative content leads to conversation

This week, we’re introducing our next artist: The owner of Occipital Media, Miranda Marshall! The agency has a specialty for PR and Marketing, but they never forget about the creativity needed behind their work. How did you start doing what you’re doing? My story starts back at Georgia Southern University. I graduated with a Bachelors […]

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Stop questioning your work!

If you’re an artist of any kind, questioning yourself is a part of the daily grind. Does that look like a blog? Is that sentence convoluted? Will others understand it? Is that word… a word? Will I ever be as good? Of course, any kind of evaluation of your work will be a good thing, […]

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Tug-of-war: Corporate versus art lifestyle

As you know, The Creative Folks (TCF) is dedicated to Atlanta and looking at all it does to inspire us. We met up with Yang Cuevo from Chicago over her amazing paper arts, especially her Georgia piece. Cuevo lived in the Philippines for most of her life and moved to Chicago with her husband, who […]

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Student by day, writer by night

With a lot of creative professions, you’ll find that people tend to have a day job that could be completely unrelated to their true passion, and they create on the side. This is completely normal and common. Everyone has to start somewhere and the only way you’ll even get started is if you work on […]

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