Creative Layover is back with our next stop, the City of Love. Paris may be known for romance, but these Parisian artists are ready to show off one of their city’s other historical strengths: Art. Let the walls of Charles De Gaulle airport fade into the background as you explore the work of three new artists. Bienvenue à Paris!
Picture this – you’ve just arrived in foggy San Francisco and your connecting flight isn’t for another three hours. Before you zone out in an SFO terminal, tune in here because this isn’t just any boring layover…it’s a Creative Layover, and San Francisco has a lot to offer.
Self-labeled photography freak and geek, Roxy Rodriguez loves all things photography. Influenced by her photojournalist father who staged family photo shoots in the neighborhood park, Roxy quickly moved to the other side of the camera lens – from amateur model to professional photographer – and even reality television star!
Michael Wong, a full-time freelance designer based in Australia, fell in love with web design at a very young age. As his skill set and experience broadened, though, so too did his need for more advanced and adaptable tools. This is the story of Michael’s relationship with Photoshop, Adobe XD, and the freedom and fulfillment of a freelance lifestyle.
Fresh back from her trip to Antarctica, Principal Evangelist Julieanne Kost offers top tips for editing in Photoshop and Lightroom.
Fire and ice. Yin and yang. Metal sculptures and…embroidery? Welcome to our third installment of Collabograms, in which metal worker, David Madero, and embroidery artist, Danielle Clough, create an unlikely masterpiece from opposite sides of the globe.