5 Critical C’s of a Creative Life
Living life through the ups and downs that come our way can be hard enough. Trying to do so in the world of a creative brings with it a whole set of other challenges. How does one not only survive, but thrive in the world AND manage to balance family, focus, and finances?
Come hear award-winning filmmaker Rick Garside share his insights from having lived over 25 years in the trenches of independent faith-based filmmaking and supporting his stay-at-home wife and six kids. He will cover some common struggles and topics that all creatives share: Calling, Community, Creativity, Covetousness & Craft. And don’t forget cool. Because we all know that being a creative is cool. 🙂
Rick Garside is an independent filmmaker, a member of the Producer’s Guild of America, and recently directed Faith Happens. He created a number of award-winning dramas including “Hoomania”, “Thin Ice”, “On The Edge” and the “Jump Start” series. He co-produced “Pat Boone: Hollywood Pilgrim” for the BBC, was UPM for the Academy-Award nominated IMAX film; “Amazon”, and UPM the “Newtons’s Workshop” and “Present Time” video series for Moody and Zondervan, and “Jacob’s Gift” for PAX TV.
Rick line produced three feature films for World Wide Pictures – “A Vow To Cherish”, “Something To Sing About” and “Road To Redemption”. Rick directed the second unit stunt and helicopter sequences in their film “The Climb”. Rick is a member of the National Ski Patrol and uses those skills in a lot of films requiring an ‘adventurous spirit’.
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Wow! Rick agreed to stay on an extra day for a special workshop: CL7: STUPENDOUS STORYTELLING WITH RICK GARSIDE.