The Work
The Opposite of Fear is Work
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It takes passionate commitment to thoroughly understand something and chew it up, not just quickly swallow it. Most people don't take the time to do that. Creativity is just connecting things...       to connect experiences and synthesize new things.  

               Steve Jobs

 

"'The thing about creativity is that we either pursue it with an open heart or it turns around and seeks revenge in the form of chaos." Eric Francis





My experience is what I agree to                    William James 
"My experience is what I agree to attend " William James     
We learn by doing- please carefully review the below pages. 
  • Info re tuition, ethics & our commitment both to the work and to each other can be found @ Class PoliciesPlease review these carefully.
                                      


Recording your Work
You must bring An SD card -  you don't need  to buy a card with a lot of storage.  
A few GB is sufficient to record your work during class exercises if you transfer your footage to your computer or an external drive. 

Only an SD card works with the new cameras. 
A mini or micro SD won't work with the cameras. 
A memory stick will not work with the cameras.  

You may need an adapter to read the SD card depending on your computer.                                                             
If your computer doesn't recognize the recording, you can download VLC, a media player, for free right here.  VLC should convert the files to play on any computer. Bobby swears by Video Monkey. 

Part of the learning process is to email me after you watch recordings. 
Tell me what you see .    


"They who lack talent expect things to happen without effort. 
They ascribe failure to a lack of inspiration or ability, or to misfortune, 
rather than to insufficient application. 
At the core of every true talent there is an awareness 
of the difficulties inherent in any achievement, 
and the confidence that by persistence and patience 
something worthwhile will be realized. 
Thus talent is a species of vigor."   Eric Hoffer