Coaching and Mentoring
As an artist, you are driven to make work, be that painting, drawing, sculpture, video, photography, sound – or any combination of those. Sometimes it feels you are working in a vacuum, producing stuff that no one wants. How do you begin to get your work seen? How do you continue to experiment and enjoy what you do? And – one of the things that everyone seems to want help with– how do you write and talk about your practice for all different kinds of situations?
Over the past five years, I have worked with over 200 creative people. I would recommend everyone, at some point in their life, having coaching or mentoring – it can really shift you forward.
Sadly, I can no longer offer coaching, as I am changing roles, to go and work in Australia for three years. I can recommend Carolyn Black as a great coach and mentor. More about her here.