Video is the medium that allows you to invite people into your studio in a controlled way. Online gives you the opportunity to share your process with so many more people and create relationships with them. As part of the Reach More With Video tutorial, artists Celia Moriarty and Richard Stergulz will explain how they use their camera phones to create their video content, and some of the editing apps and software they bring in.
Video does not have to be a task on top of what you do - it can be part of what you do!
Celia will help you make your first steps with minimal investment by covering the camera, camera placement, content and data, and the next steps. It’s an investment of your time; one that is worth doing and has long-term benefits. The more you know about the things you can control, then the variables of those you can’t control are simply things you can adjust to, not get thrown by.
Learn how to manage your video strategy, workflow, budget, and even your philosophy as Celia guides you through capturing your creative content, all in the Reach More With Video tutorial. Subscribe now, and don’t miss out on this chance to take yourself forward!
A Colour In Your Life artist of season twenty-two, Celia wants to create art to inspire others to see beauty and want to put more of it in the world.
Though she loved art as a teenager, it wasn’t until she was over 50 that Celia renewed her passion to paint. After a friend booked her into a mystery sketching tour of Melbourne, she was hooked. Her love of Australian plants became the focus of her work, and her paintings became gifts for corporate clients that flew around the world. By showing the beauty of Australian flora and creating portrait projects acknowledging excellence and the need for action and change, Celia uses painting to engage what matters to her.
Celia’s successful business as a communications facilitator taught her that people can achieve amazing things when they use step-by-step processes. Breaking ideas into bite-sized chunks and making information logical and simple might seem obvious, but it’s a game-changer. So it is with learning and creativity. Understanding how the brain engages with the creative process can help unlock your internal artist.