Deciding to pursue an artistic or creative career path isn’t for the faint of heart. Challenges will abound, but so many of the artists we speak with couldn’t be happier with their choice. So, we asked them about how they made the decision in the first place.

Andrea Bath | Women’s Writing Coach

For me, creativity is the essence of life. It is a life-force energy in itself that keeps me moving forward in an excited and inspired way. To be honest I didn’t really feel like I had a choice in this. Creativity is essential for me, so centring my career around it was a no brainer. Read more>>

Danielle Lenz | Artist & Owner of DL Creations, LLC

I have always had a love for art, even at a young age. I would often draw and doodle on anything in site and even worked at a pottery store in Sugar Land as a teenager and into my college years. However, it wasn’t until after I gave birth to my daughter, Elena, that DL Creations became a vision of mine. Read more>>

Ashley Simien | Creative

With being a creative, I can just about do anything I want to do. I’m a multitalented creative. Art is one of my main things, but I also offer makeup services, I now do wardrobe styling and here and there I may create content for others. The possibilities are endless for me in this field. I don’t have to put myself in a box and I love that! Read more>>