One man's view of how to make it through life as a creative person. And the revelation that whatever line of work you pursue, the most important thing is to enjoy it, if you can. For me personally, work has never been a hardship to be endured. The work I do is what I love. There is no division between work and life. You have to be careful not to allow it to take over everything else. But if you don't enjoy your work, you'll end up hating it and living only for your leisure time. Loving your work does not mean there is nothing else. The very best part of my life has been my families and children. I don't say that I've been as great for them as they have for me, but I've tried to do my best. As it says on the cover, this book is about personal experience. It may hold some clues as to what's possible if you recognise it, in time. I'll take you through my survival, maybe some of the things that happened to me will help - even if your own work route turns out a little a different.
Life As an Art Director, Graphic Designer, Magazine Editor, Curator, Publisher and Writer