ECR spoke with fashion photographer and founder of Zeum magazine, Danielle Suzanne.
There's no wrong way to work — just what works for you. Learn how to set up your ideal work environment.
Interior/portrait photographer Mariell Amélie discusses the impact that her surroundings have on her work.
Illustrator Rafael Mayani on his inspiration, personal projects, and defining one's style.
It's not a race to the finish line — good problem solving comes from taking the time to understand the problem better.
While it goes against all natural inclinations, resting can actually do more for your productivity than pushing yourself to the limits will.
Interview with iO Tillett Wright: photographer, activist, TED speaker, and true New Yorker.
Photographer/blogger Nadia Sarwar on good design, blogging, and the voyeurism of fashion photography.
For better brainstorming, start by getting rid of pre-conceived project limitations.
Digital artist Kemi Mai on determining her own style within a relatively new field.
Photographer Henry Hargreaves on collaboration, failure, and turning the expected on its head.
Not only should creatives be responsible for generating good ideas — you should be able to bounce back from bad ones as well.
Shape your career backwards — use your ultimate professional goal to guide your daily efforts.
Photographer Hollie Fernando explains that it's not enough to love what you do — you have to work for it.
Franz Gruenewald on establishing his style and using photography to tell a narrative.
When you hit a creative wall, the best way to push through is by re-establishing why you do what you do at all.
'Big Appetites' creator Christopher Boffoli on accessible art, creative infringement, and making a career doing what you love.
Why actively committing to your work can help you create better momentum and results.
Laura Austin on stumbling into photography, inspiring others, and the satisfaction of being a creative professional.
Anthony Tripoli shares how he got his start in photography, and why community is so important to the industry.
Working with chaos, instead of against it, can sometimes inspire the best results.
Eleanor Hardwick, contributor to Rookie Magazine, on establishing a platform for true representation of female artists.
Strengthen your professional relationships by developing a better understanding of what it means to be the creative — as well as the client.
Food stylist/photographer Claudia Ficca on shoot preparation and the collaborative process.
Sacha Goldberger discusses his highly-imaginative collaboration with his grandmother, and why having a sense of humor is so important.
Developing a 'get better' mindset is essential to your professional growth — Sean Minogue outlines some tips for achieving it.
ECR contributor Sean Minogue offers some of the best ways to promote productive brainstorming during a collaborative effort.
Ryan is a tableau photographer based out of Los Angeles, USA whose work focuses on both intricate details as well as the bigger picture.
Having a one-track mind can work for or against a project — it's important to learn when to change course.
Matilda Temperley spoke to ECR about how personal experiences helped to shape both her work and her career.