The Creative Folks Wants To Celebrate Its One Year Anniversary With You!

The Creative Folks (TCF) will be celebrating its first anniversary on January 1st, 2019. To commemorate this huge milestone, TCF wants to celebrate with the public by hosting a T-shirt design contest. The winning design will be featured on our new upcoming merchandise in 2019. But that’s not all, the winner will also be able […]

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Artist Roundup: Sherri Daye Scott | Writer, Producer, Director

How did you start doing what you’re doing? I graduated with a degree in news journalism but have always had an interest in film and television. So, after a year writing and editing for Dallas’s city magazine, I decided to try my hand at production, moved to Wilmington, NC, and got a PA gig on […]

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Artist Roundup: Loathr | Photographer

How did you start doing what you’re doing? I have enjoyed capturing moments, so photography came naturally to me, that passion grew into visual art, creative directing, videography, and recently fashion. Now there is nothing I enjoy more than creating moments behind or in front of a [pair] of lens. Name one or two struggles […]

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Not Getting to Pursue Your Passion Might Just be your Big Break

Guest post written by Fariha Rashid The Bengali culture, my culture, is notoriously known for being creative while ironically frowning down upon anyone that decides to pursue art in any form as a career.  While this is a vast overgeneralization- it is what I grew up knowing. That being said, from childhood I had exposure […]

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Artist Roundup: Janelle @ BeyondTheIDo

How did you start doing what you’re doing? I coordinated my first wedding in 2000 and have since organized, managed, and coordinated a number of events before formally establishing my wedding planning company in 2016. Name one or two struggles of doing the craft you do. How did you overcome them? My biggest difficulty is […]

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Artist Roundup: Kalita @ 323 Creative Designs

How did you start doing what you’re doing? I think it started with a disposable camera at a wedding. It progressed to becoming the family photographer and creative to then graduating with a graphic communications degree. Name one or two struggles of doing the craft you do. How did you overcome them? Photography and the […]

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