Illustrator and blogger Alex Mathers talks about the importance of balancing hard work and passion to achieve your goals.
Although we may possess many methods of communication, we may not be using all - or any - of them to our professional advantage.
Architectural photographer Manickam Bala talks about the value of investigating new points of view through personal work.
It's important to your career to dream big - but make those dreams attainable by scaling them down.
Illustrator Nick Alston on personal comfort zones, internships, and making time to do what you love.
Your online identity plays an important role in professional success - so clean it up to use it to your advantage.
19 year old photographer Alex Stoddard discusses self-learning his craft, his early career success, and the role of technology in both.
Fear can be one of the biggest obstacles to your creativity. Learn how to use it to fuel, rather than stifle, your ideas.
Photographer Dustin Hollywood talks about his rise in the industry, other budding talents, and the importance of finding yourself in your work.
While they might be harmful to our egos, a project's "false starts" can end up being an important part of the actualization process.
Photographer Philipp Paulus discusses his personal influences as an artist abroad.
The Design WalkIn team spoke to ECR about why good design is so important for both the brand and the designers involved.
ECR contributor Dmitri Tcherbadji talks about the value of self-initiated projects, and the process involved in self-learning.
Toronto is one of the best places to be a creative professional - download our free PDF guide on working and living in the city.
Underwater photographer Mark Tipple discusses the changing field of photography as inspiration and resources become more accessible.
Fierce competition can either make a break an idea - learn how to incorporate it into your work and use it to your creative advantage.
Ella Manor, a fashion photographer from Israel, talks about making it in the industry and maintaining the balance between work and play.
ECR contributor David Burkus reveals some common myths about creativity - and how to recharge once you've reached creative capacity.
Illustrator Karan Singh advocates personal work, growing as a professional, and open dialogue within the creative industries.
Take the plunge into freelancing, or simply stay afloat, with the five articles featured in this downloadable PDF guide from ECR.
French street photographer François Constant speaks about his "messy" style, and how it often achieves realness within his photos.
Your success is determined by your motivation - especially when you're your own boss. Here are some tips on how to stay motivated and productive.
Travel photographer Chris Sorensen discusses his humbling experiences interacting with communities in need.
Being out of office doesn't necessarily mean the office is out of mind - remote working is not only convenient, but valuable.
LA photographer Dan Busta talks to ECR about Phoot Camp, his creative process, and finding humanity within his work.
The "fear of missing out" is nothing new - but here are some tips on how to avoid it spilling into your work life.
Both his personal work and boundaryless inspiration has let photographer Mitch Payne develop and explore his bold still-life style.
When skill plateaus are developed as a result of "efficient" shorthands, thinking like a rookie can sometimes be the best next step.
Sabrina, a Canadian designer/illustrator, talks to ECR about 365 Days of Type and the reframing of jobs in the creative industries.
ECR contributor Sean Minogue advocates that in order to increase your employability you need to first broaden your skill set.