Over 4-weeks of online workshops, activities and support, you’ll learn how to get your art out - without feeling sleazy.
I have found a way to start sharing my work, without feeling gross, and more importantly: get it found and shared by others.
If you’re up for it, I’d love you to join us at Get Your Art Out (GYAO) Summer Camp.
Over the course of 4 weeks, you’ll discover the blueprint I used to stop struggling and start making a living from doing what you love.
Each week you’ll focus on one area - from mindset to marketing to making things happen.
Structured in a way to help you regardless of what stage you’re at in your creative journey.
Every class comes in video format, in manageable 5-10 minute chunks.
Plus: back-up PDF transcriptions and audio files are included.
Find out what got these successful creatives to where they are today (hint: it wasn’t keeping their work to themselves)
Actionable advice from David Parrish, Ilise Benun, Meg Kissack and more...
If you don’t get through the course in 4 weeks, no worries!
You have lifetime access to all the classes and additional resources.
It’s really important that you put what you learn into action - with these tools and activities, you’re guaranteed to get sh…tuff done!
For the duration of the 4 weeks you'll have access to a private Facebook group where you can ask questions, get support, and share your progress.
Joining me is a team of fellow counsellors, delivering exclusive workshops in their areas of expertise.
10 GUEST EXPERT COUNSELLORS
Summer Camp wouldn't be complete without a host of Camp Counsellors! With a heady mix of bonus workshops and insightful interviews, our guest experts make this training program unlike anything else...
THE 3 MYTHS OF CREATIVE SUCCESS...
I used to think I’d have to give every weekend to the social media gods. Posting and commenting and replying and… Ain’t nobody got time for that.
It can actually be fun (yes fun!) and amazingly effective - when you learn to wield it’s massive potential. Oh - and it doesn’t need to take time away from making art.
The ability to be a successful artist isn’t some superpower that a lucky few are born with. It’s an ability you can learn.
Yes, over time, you will grow and create even better art.
But more time, more hard work, more ‘talent’, isn’t necessary for you to start sharing what you do NOW, and be valued by others.
Since when did we have to be starving artists to be authentic? Heck, do you think Michaelangelo would have painted the Sistine Chapel without the pope coughing up the cash?
It’s time to change the story - as Bill Withers said: "The best sign you can put up is SOLD OUT"