Charlotte Miller


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  1. What Creatives Can Learn From Clients

    Strengthen your professional relationships by developing a better understanding of what it means to be the creative — as well as the client.

  2. Claudia Ficca interview

    Food stylist/photographer Claudia Ficca on shoot preparation and the collaborative process.

  3. Sacha Goldberger interview

    Sacha Goldberger discusses his highly-imaginative collaboration with his grandmother, and why having a sense of humor is so important.

  4. Why Dedication to Self-Improvement Pays Off

    Developing a 'get better' mindset is essential to your professional growth — Sean Minogue outlines some tips for achieving it.

  5. The Productive Way to Develop Ideas

    ECR contributor Sean Minogue offers some of the best ways to promote productive brainstorming during a collaborative effort.

  6. Ryan Schude interview

    Ryan is a tableau photographer based out of Los Angeles, USA whose work focuses on both intricate details as well as the bigger picture.

  7. Working With One-Track Minds

    Having a one-track mind can work for or against a project — it's important to learn when to change course.

  8. Matilda Temperley interview

    Matilda Temperley spoke to ECR about how personal experiences helped to shape both her work and her career.

  9. Hayley Benoit interview

    Photographer Hayley Benoit on the value of community and the life-long creative pursuit.

  10. Expose and Own Your Failures

    Part of being a great professional isn't the absence of failure, but instead, learning and growing from it.

  11. Daniel Blom interview

    Photography veteran Daniel Blom shares insight into his humble beginnings, and what inspires him.

  12. For Freelancers, Short Term is Long Term

    As a professional, your challenge is not only to get by - you have to develop a plan that will allow you to thrive.

  13. Michael George interview

    Photographer Michael George on challenging your comfort zone to create, and the importance of community.

  14. Define Your Professional Story

    What does the work you take on say about you as a professional?

  15. David Uzochukwu interview

    15 year old photographer David Uzochukwu on his early start in photography and his plans for the future.

  16. Choosing the Right Metrics for Success

    Define your idea of success in a way that speaks to your own creative vision - instead of the visions of others.

  17. Matthew Albanese interview

    'Strange Worlds' creator Matthew Albanese about the planning, process, and magic that makes up each of his pieces.

  18. Kyle Galvin interview

    ECR spoke with Kyle Galvin, a young up and coming fashion photographer, about his accomplishments so far and his future goals.

  19. Oleg Oprisco interview

    Photographer Oleg Oprisco talks about inspiration, motivation, and the creative process as a whole.

  20. Andrea Manica interview

    Andrea Manica explores the relationship between illustration and storytelling.

  21. Inspire or Stifle? Reconsider the Purpose of Criticism

    Positive (or negative) criticism has the potential to inspire powerful change - always critically evaluate the motivation behind it.

  22. Soften Your Skill Set

    Both hard and soft skills are important to every job - "soften" your professional image by highlighting your non-technical abilities.

  23. Dixie Dixon interview

    Dixie Dixon shares how she landed her first gig, the process behind each shoot, and what it means to make it as a photographer.

  24. Franck Bohbot interview

    Photographer Franck Bohbot discusses his infamous Swimming Pools series, and the importance of travel.

  25. The End of Work is Where Creatives Begin

    ECR contributor Sean Minogue explores a shift in the traditional workforce and how the creative class gives rise to meaningful work.

  26. Dustin Parker interview

    Dustin Parker is a graphic designer/illustrator from Kansas, USA who didn't originally set out to be.

  27. May Xiong interview

    May Xiong, a conceptual photographer from California, discusses how the best inspiration comes from simply exploring new perspectives.

  28. Vacations Are Dying - But You Can Save Yours

    The line between work hours and personal time can be seemingly non-existent - reclaim your vacation with these helpful tips.

  29. Paul R. Giunta interview

    Photographer Paul Giunta spoke to ECR about self-learning, personal projects, and having love for your craft.

  30. Zack Seckler interview

    Minimalist photographer Zack Seckler on peer-learning, the creative process and following your passion.

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