Before digging into the interviews and deeper creative conversations, I wanted to take a few minutes to reiterate the purpose of this podcast, introduce myself, and explain my three main reasons for starting, "Creative Space."
The purpose of this podcast is to build a supportive community where we can explore, learn and grow in creativity together. I believe we are all born creative and when we exercise our creativity, our lives are happier and more fulfilling. I'm on a mission to make creativity accessible to all because we all deserve that.
How will we do this? Through conversations with makers of all kinds, from artists to performers to entrepreneurs.
So whether you're a professional creative, a hobbyist creative, or think you don't have a creative bone in your body, there's so much to be learned in each episode.
I hope that no matter where you are in your life, no matter where you are in your creative journey—that you hear something on "Creative Space" that lights you up inside. We’re all in this together—let’s have some fun.
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Welcome to Creative Space. My name is Jennifer Logue and I'm so glad that you're as fascinated about the subject of creativity as I am. The purpose of this podcast is to build a supportive community where we can explore, learn and grow in creativity together. How are we going to do this? By exploring creativity from every possible angle. We'll be interviewing artists, entrepreneurs, performers, filmmakers, musicians, scientists, makers of all kinds, from all sorts of backgrounds, about their experience with creativity. We're going to get a peek behind the curtain at their creative process, what drives them, and also the challenges that they face that aren't often talked about. Most of the time, we only see the finished product, and maybe a background story that was polished and finessed by a skillful PR person. But in truth, the creative process can be pretty messy. So creative space is a place where we're going to be completely transparent, vulnerable, and personal. So we can connect in a meaningful way, learn from each other, and to help nurture our own creative power. And that creative power can be applied to all areas of our lives, at home, at work, and even in our own creative projects. A little about me, creativity has been what's tied my very eclectic life together. I started out as a musician, then worked as an arts and culture journalist. And after more than a decade doing that, I discovered the wonderful world of advertising, where I now work as a copywriter. In between all of these adventures, I launched a music publication, produced a local TV show, studied acting, took up concert photography, and now I'm finally doing a podcast, and I am very excited about it. In the healing process, which is ongoing, I discovered a ton of limiting beliefs that have held me back. Through the podcast, I want to share this journey with the hope of helping any of you out there experiencing something similar. And number three, I want to make creativity accessible to all. Without creativity, I realized how vital it's been to my own fulfillment and happiness. I believe we're all born with creative superpowers. And when we develop them, we're able to become the fullest and most vibrant expression of ourselves. And whether we achieve that or not, that doesn't matter. Just being on the road to getting there, to be making a little progress every day just makes us happier and more comfortable in our own skin. I hope that no matter where you are in your life, no matter where you are in your creative journey, that you hear something on creative space that lights you up inside We're all in this together let's have some fun