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BY SARAH MICHAELSON
@ VOL 14
ON MAY 16, 2013
Sarah Michaelson describes how she confronted the lack of structure and purpose in her life after losing her job.
Drawing inspiration from her childhood experiences with homeschooling, Sarah learned to get used to the lack of outside forces provided by work and school, and to follow her passions, turning inspiration into work. She has been her own boss since 2009.
"Presentation of the Day" on June 10, 2013.
Freelancing on the Web
BY FERNANDO RIPOL
@ VOL 2
ON SEP 20, 2013
Fernando Ripol speaks on the challenges of surviving freelance. He offers us some tips and tricks for people who want to be self-employed in the online world. Fernando speaks of his personal brand, Tiatere, and how he develops web interfaces for different clients.
Leaping into Freelance Photography
BY BEN RAWSON
@ VOL 4
ON JUL 18, 2014
Ben Rawson speaks about his experiences working for various companies until he decided to take a big leap and follow his passsion. Ben is now a freelance photographer and this presentation is about some of the work he has done and what he hopes to do in the future.
"Presentation of the Day" on August 18, 2014.
HIT AND MISS: 10 Years of Photo Illustration
BY THOMAS ALLEN
@ VOL 1
ON MAY 14, 2015
Tom Allen, full-time artist and award-winning illustrator, talks about his recent 'hits' and 'misses' as he navigates the uncertain world of magazine freelance photo-illustration. Publication credits include Newsweek, Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, and OUT magazine.
Zhe Wang shares about the on-demand industry: there are many products people don't want to buy or services they only want to pay for when they really need it. This is called the on-demand economy. You don't want a car, you want transportation. You don't want a beach house ... well, you actually do want a beach house, but you can't afford one, so instead you'll hire one. But you get where this is going.
Diseñar desde el corazón consciente
BY GABI VALLADARES
@ VOL 2
ON APR 28, 2016
Papusa nace de mi necesidad personal de conseguir franelas y ropa que fuese un poquito más distinta a lo normal, hace 4-5 años que empecé a hacer esto. Mucha gente dice yo no compro aquí sino cuando viajo o lo que sea, también pasa que cuando consigues ropa acá es muy normal que sea en tiendas donde los tirajes son muy grandes y es común que te puedas conseguir lo mismo en muchas personas; entonces eso no me gustaba para nada y empecé a vestirme muy unicolor, hasta que en un momento dije ya va, si me gustan los estampados y yo quisiera un estampado qué me pondría, porque eso de llevar una marca encima jamás me ha gustado, para llevar una franela que tenga una marca gigante en el pecho me tienen que pagar, gratis no hago publicidad, entonces dije a ver qué me pondría yo, qué diría yo, cómo lo haría yo y empecé a pintar a mano esas franelas unicolores.
Как монетизировать свое любимое дело и наслаждаться жизнью?
BY ИРИНА КУТЛЫБАЕВА
@ VOL 4
ON JUN 02, 2016
Ирина делится историей своей жизни. Ее мечта осуществилась. Она не работает на кого-то, она работает на себя. Большее время своей жизни занимают путешествия. Теперь она хочет поделиться своим секретом с вами.
If The Box Fits
BY GEORGINA WESTLEY
@ VOL 7
ON SEP 27, 2016
Bedfordshire-based Illustrator, Georgina Westley tells us how I became the "lady that does those travel posters" by developing a unique style that creates beautiful artwork of places that people call their happy place.
This was "Presentation of the Day" on June 16th, 2017.
The Secret Life of a Graphic Designer
BY CRISY MESCHIERI
@ VOL 6
ON JUN 14, 2018
Crisy Meschieri is a freelance graphic designer specializing in branding, advertising, and illustration. In her presentation “The Secret Life of a Graphic Designer,” she will reflect on the story that unfolds when your passion becomes your profession.
SITEWIDE BLOG POSTS
Piers Mansfield Scaddan
We end this week's round of presentation highlights with this one from Cape Town-based furniture and interior designer Piers Mansfield Scaddan. Piers has been working as a freelance furniture and interior designer collaborating under the name Fly-Pitcher with Nicola Polmans, opening a design studio in Cape Town, South Africa at the beginning of 2008. They designed the fly-bar at the venue where PechaKucha was held last month in Cape Town.
Customers in Context
Jana Kinsman draws people for a living. She also keeps bees and is part of a design collaborative. In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from Table XI's April Table Talks) Jana puts her 9 to 5 aside, and ventures into new freelance territory. She discusses the challenges, disappointments, and lessons well-learned from her work with clients both in person and on the web.
Hands Hands Hands
Niky Roehreke is a freelance illustrator fascinated with the human hand. In this edition of Presentation of the Day (from PKN Tokyo, Vol. 78) Niky displays her collaborative work with musician Shinichi Osawa, and the fashion brand John Lawrence Sullivan, as well as a handful of personal works involving this recurring motif. She discusses the message and language that hands give away, as well as the analogue pleasures of touching and holding.
Perfect Designers – Do They Exist?
He trained 200 people in the field of design. Sementiy Lobach, art-director at Freelance/Graphic Design Services from Odessa, in his presentation from PKN Dnipropetrovsk IT::Education shares his experience and gives vital tips in the field of design.
Leaping into Freelance Photography
Change can be pretty scary. But you know what's even scarier? The words "I wish I had". Ben Rawson speaks about his experiences working under-appreciated for various companies until he decided to take a big leap and follow his passsion. In "Leaping into Freelance Photography" from PKN Nottingham Vol. 4, Ben shows us that he is now a freelance photographer, and here he tells us about the work he has done and what he hopes to do in the future.
PKN Podcast #3!
Click here for Podcast This is the third volume of Pecha Kucha Night Kyoto’s podcast. Our guest is photographer Rafael Roman who talks about how he got into taking photos and tells us the stories behind some of his recent shots.500px.com/tanjent Hosted by Eric Luong and Ash Ryan. Edited by and music by Ash Ryan.ashryanbeats.com Eric Luong is a full-time instructor at Kyoto University of Art and Design and a freelance translator of art-related literature. Ash Ryan creates music and WordPress websites, translates Japanese-English, and is co-founder of alternative creative space イタチshelter in Osaka.
PechaKucha London Vol 12 - Welcome! #PKNLDN12
GET YOUR £8 TICKET HERE In July 2016 the Mayor of London launched the #LondonIsOpen campaign, sending a vibrant message to the world that London is a united city where everyone is welcome. Pecha Kucha is proudly joining this campaign with our 12th London event: #PKNLDN12. Taking place at London's museum of the home, the Geffrye Museum, the evening will host inspirational talks from 12 speakers on the theme of WELCOME. It also happens during London Design Festival - an annual event showcasing London's design heritage, when the world's design community comes to town. Hosting the evening is author and journalist Sarah Thompson. Among other subjects, Sarah has written about the surprising homes found in some particularly unwelcoming buildings, and about the mixed-up experience of welcoming a child into the world. Welcomed by Sarah, our 12 speakers will then offer their interpretation of the word WELCOME. In true Pecha Kucha style, each speaker has 20 seconds to talk us through 20 slides. With only six minutes to share their thoughts, talks are always fast, funny and fascinating. Our wonderful line up of speakers includes - Sarah Buxton / Observational Strategist / In 20 slides Sarah will explain how to tell a great story, to build a narrative that will conjure a feeling of instant connection, and a sense of belonging - no matter the medium you choose to use / http://observereffect.io/author/sarah/ Rachel South / Upholsterer / Drawing on her experience travelling and working with weavers in India, Central America and Europe, Rachael has added exciting flair to her approach to furniture and upholstery. Her aim is to apply traditional technical excellence with a contemporary execution / http://rachaelsouth.com/ Adam Bray / Interior Designer /Adam has a reputation for making comfortable rooms that are luxurious, eclectic and unpretentious is based on a deep interest in comfort, practicality and the intelligent use of materials / http://www.adambray.info/ Kirsty Minns / Creative Director, The Future Laboratory / Kirsty’s multi-disciplined approach has continued throughout her career, which includes experience in graphic design, product design, product development, art direction and curating. Kirsty is heavily influenced by a strong contrast between her concept-led degree course and her practical eight-year commercial experience / thefuturelaboratory.com Donna Churchman / Headspace Mentor to Creative Professionals / Donna teaches an understanding that shows creatives how to navigate the blocks, spend more time in the flow and continuously thrive at being creatively awesome / www.creativeblockandflow.com Maria Jeglinska / Freelance Designer / In 2010, Maria Jeglinska established her Office for Design & Research, working on a wide range of commissions: industrial design projects (furniture, lighting to products), spaces, filmmaking, writing as well as research-based projects / www.mariajeglinska.com/ Alicja Patanowska / Ceramacist / Polish artist and designer whose collection of collection of hand-thrown ceramic plant pots that fit inside old glasses so both stem and roots can be seen wowed the design wordl! / http://www.patanowska.pl/ Andreas Helland / Freelance Photographer and Freelance Nurse/ http://andreas.helland.org/
PechaKucha People: Eric Luong
This week's PechaKucha People Spotlight lands on PKN Kyoto organizer, Eric Luong. Originally from Toronto, Canada, Eric Luong is a freelance translator and Associate Professor at the Kyoto University of Art and Design. He has always loved organizing things: poker nights, wine parties, DJ events, exhibitions, anything involving good people. Check out PechaKucha Kyoto's podcast with past speakers here.
Addicted to Photography
"I was able to transition myself from a... soul draining paper pusher into a freelance creative that's able to make a living on art." From Addicted To Photography from PechaKucha Night Chicago Vol. 41, Ryan Brandoff shares his story about how his passion for photography has changed his mundane 9 to 5 lifestyle into a life worth living.
A Freelancer's Journey in Kyoto
"Being able to just close your eyes and listen to the wind and the leaves blow... it really changes it completely for me and made my life a lot better." In A Freelancer's Journey in Kyoto from PechaKucha Night Tokyo Vol. 152, Sagar Patel shares his captivating journey as a foreigner in Japan and how he overcame life's struggles to become a successful freelancer in Kyoto while traveling the world and exploring nature.