I spent a good part of my morning listening to and watching this video of Andrew Zuckerman at SwissMiss' Creative Mornings. I've been a fan of Zuckerman's for a while (see Majestic Creatures, Wisdom and Music) and hearing him talk about his various projects took my appreciation for his work to a whole new level.
Apparently, my enthusiasm was shared. As Tina Roth Eisenberg of SwissMiss says, "During his talk, you could literally hear jaws drop in the audience and I have never gotten as many emails right after the event saying that they left with such a desire to go home and ‘create something’. Andrew’s talk was nothing short of powerful. And I am delighted to see that he has since been asked to be speak at this year’s 99% conference, because one of the Behance folks was attending and equally impressed."
For anyone who's interested in putting together a creative project and seeing it be executed to the fullest extent, this inspiring and informative video is for you.
Best Part? How Zuckerman describes his job:
+ To have a concept
+ To systematically collect and organize data
+ To create multiple entry points