Deciding to pursue an artistic or creative career path isn’t for the faint of heart. Challenges will abound, but so many of the artists we speak with couldn’t be happier with their choice. So, we asked them about how they made the decision in the first place.

Olga Adler | Interior designer

Creativity is a huge part of my nature and I have been interested in artistic endeavors and expressing my creativity ever since I was a child. Whether through writing (my first college degree was in journalism), paining or now through designing interiors I enjoy creating a vision and following through on it. Read more>>

Ervince Rtp illy” Louis | WBR CEO/Artist/Writer/Photography Studio Co-Owner/Marine Corps Vet/IT technician/educator”

I chose an artistic/creative career for 2 reasons, I love to breakdown life and situations in a way that helps elaborate my current current emotions and hopefully relate to my listeners and help guid them to understanding how to move next. Read more>>

David Collins | Singer, Songwriter, Composer, Guitar/Piano Teacher

When I was 12 years old I picked up my first guitar and everything about it just made sense to me. I taught myself and it quickly became something I felt motivated and healed by. Right away I started trying to write songs and it provided a medium that I could tap into and express who I really feel I am. Read more>>

Joey Blush | BLUSH_RESPONSE – Producer + Sound Designer

Well I always wanted to be a musician, I started making music in my parent’s basement when I was 16 and never stopped. I just simply can’t and don’t want to do anything else with my time. I have been lucky to build a career from my talents! Read more>>

Eshea + Nancy Cabrera | Sister’s & Owner’s of Bouncing Palm Beach

Having a creative outlet is important and fun for us, every party is different, so it keeps us and our clients on our toes. Creating a meaningful celebration is rewarding and we enjoy being able to interact with clients, bring their visions to life, along with BOUNCING (we had to throw a pun in here somehow 😉) off ideas with vendors. Read more>>