The Business Of Artistic Collaboration with Jason Lau
The ride to growth and success for professional artists
About this episode
Are you curious about fostering a stronger sense of creativity? In this episode of Tomorrow Pod, Jason Lau shares his journey from painting to photography and designing a successful business with the right collaborators and mentors in his corner.
It focuses on Jason Lau’s experience of cultivating passion through art, debunking the myth of only being good at one thing, exercising the creative muscle, and the value of good feedback.
Jason has been photographing professionally for over 10 years, specialising in lifestyle imagery, fashion and portraits. His work is about realising strong visions, and creating signature lighting styles, often drawing from his Fine Art background. His work has taken him through the Himalayas, to remote villages in East Timor and on many road adventures, giving him a great appreciation for cultures and storytelling. Closer to home, Jason has collaborated with numerous brands and talents, helping him develop a keen sense for individualised expression.
Jason is also known for his education sessions and articles on various topics on photography and studio lighting partnering with some popular photography publications and organisations.
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Every idea can and should feel a little scary to you. And if it doesn’t scare you a little bit, then maybe your ideas aren’t quite big enough
I honestly don’t believe that good critique is necessarily negative. Good critique should very much be challenging. It should be goal setting, but it shouldn’t destroy a person’s desire to want to create more.
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