Nov. 2, 2015

Creating a Platform That Gets People to Come to You with Patrick Janelle

Creating a Platform That Gets People to Come to You with Patrick Janelle

In this episode of the podcast, Instagram Photographer Patrick Janelle talks about how creating a platform for your work that gets people to come to you.  HIGHLIGHTS How Multiple Art for Forms can Impact Your...


In this episode of the podcast, Instagram Photographer Patrick Janelle talks about how creating a platform for your work that gets people to come to you. 


HIGHLIGHTS

  • How Multiple Art for Forms can Impact Your Work 
  • Communication Lessons from Working on The House Floor
  • Developing The Ability to Withstand Lots of Rejection
  • Taking Risks Without Knowing Where They’ll Lead
  • The Connection Between Risk and Fear 
  • Bringing Elements of Performance, Experience and Community Into Your Work 
  • Having a Comprehensive View into All Aspects of Your Art
  • Telling Stories and Documenting Moments Through Images 


QUOTES

I believe the best kind of performance is authentic. (Click to Tweet

Risk is a combination of learned behavior and behavior that exists naturally (Click to Tweet


After living across the United States and across the globe, Patrick settled in New York in the fall of 2011. After a couple of years working in the art department at Bon Appétit magazine, he stepped out on his own to forge brand partnerships, create secret pop-up gatherings across Manhattan, and pursue a lifestyle worthy of the constant photos he posts on Instagram. You can follow him @aguynamedpatrack

 

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