Accounts, insights and advice from self-made creators who run their own enterprises to read and be inspired by. There’s no one-size-fits-all playbook, rather many paths to take when balancing practice and running a business.
In the spirit of knowledge exchange assembled here are a variety of experiences to reflect on.
Tiga. DJ. Entrepreneur.
Tiga: Montreal musician, DJ, producer and businessman.
Interview with Vera Wang.
Interview with Vera Wang. running a creative enterprise The harvest: via hbr After working as an editor at Vogue and an accessories designer at Ralph Lauren, Wang
Virginia & Leonard Woolf. Enterprising publishers.
Virginia & Leonard Woolf. Enterprising publishers. running a creative enterprise The Harvest: via the british library Virginia Woolf was an English writer, considered one of
Future Classic. What we don’t do.
Future Classic. What they don’t do. running a creative enterprise The harvest: via noisy music by vice Future Classic is an independent music company providing
Akira Isogawa: Don’t be afraid of bad news
Akira Isogawa. Dont be afraid of bad news. running a creative business the harvest: via ragtrader In 2019 Akira Isogawa marked 25 years in the
Romance Was Born. Passion Project to Brand.
Romance Was Born. Passion project to brand. running a creative business The harvest: via Vogue Together Anna Plunkett and Luke Sales, explorers of the relationship
David Byrne’s Survival Strategies for Emerging Artists and Megastars
David Byrne’s Survival Strategies for emerging artists and megastars. a perspective Full disclosure: I used to own a record label. That label, Luaka Bop, still exists,
Image attribution: Romance Was Born Photo by Luke Leitch sourced from Vogue