How to get Featured in the Creative Interviews Series

I started the creative interviews series because I believe everyone is creative. It’s my way of showcasing the many facets of art, life, and creativity.

Originally, this series started as a way for me to connect during a time of isolation. I had just graduated university and was struggling to find my place in the world. Blogging gave voice to that creativity and the creative interviews series helped me find like-minded folks to learn from.

The creative interviews series has grown throughout the years. All the while, the series has maintained the philosophy of authentic connection and appreciation.

Here are some examples: Laurel Brown, Audrey Wong, Navi Gill, , and Heather Vince.

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Want to be featured in the creative interviews series?

Whether you know you’re creative or are convinced that you’re not, I want to hear from you! All you have to do is fill out the form below.

Zero-Tolerance Policy

It’s important to me that this interview series is inclusive, diverse, and uplifting. I will not tolerate interviews from organizations or public figures who exhibit-—nor any content that contains-—any phobias related to sexuality or gender, racism, ableism, agism, misogyny, body shaming, and violence of any kind.

Creative Interviews Request Form

Please fill out the following request form to get featured on the blog.

I post creative interviews intermittently, usually only a couple times a month. This schedule shifts depending on the rest of my content calendar. I try to reply to creative interview requests as quick as possible, however, it sometimes takes me a couple weeks to get back to you. If you haven’t heard from me in two weeks, feel free to reach out.
























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