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Loyola Music Industry Forum

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I was invited to give a talk in April 2011 at the Loyola Music Industry Forum in New Orleans. Seeing as how the audience was music majors who were embarking on a career path that has very little certainty, I wanted to share some of my ideas and practices around creativity; not just the musical sense, but how I’ve gone about presenting that work. From the business side of marketing and selling your work, to more personal views of what experience, messaging, and meaning in one’s work is, the talk and subsequent interview by the host John Paul is documented in the video below.

Thinking about this now, years later, I’m curious where some of those students are today, what work they’re doing, and how some of these ideas may have played into their decisions and thinking.

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