About Creative Liberty
Ever wondered why some creatively inclined people lead productive, satisfying lives and some remain stymied by creative blocks or other impediments? Me, too. That’s why I developed Creative Liberty, a blog and a business dedicated to collecting and sharing best practices employed by working artists and innovators from all over the globe. You don’t have to be a professional musician, artist, designer, writer, product developer or inventor to find something of value here–just serious about making creative activity a deeper and more pervasive part of your daily life.
What you’ll find on Creative Liberty:
- Regular blog posts about the creative process.
- Links to my monthly newsletter, Creative Liberation.
- Links to podcasts and videos with helpful tips and inspiring conversations.
- (New for 2010) Helpful e-guides and other products offering advice to resolving common creative challenges.
About Liz Massey
Liz Massey is a writer, editor, media producer and a creative agent provocateur. Experienced in artistic disciplines as diverse as music, photography, filmmaking and journalism, Liz has a deep hunger to understand how the creative process works. She began Creative Liberty in 2007 as a way to share what she’d learned about developing and maintaining creative momentum.
Liz holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism from the University of Kansas and has worked as a magazine editor, a training content developer, a video producer and a publicist for a county library system, not to mention such “character-building” jobs as veterinary assistant, call center operator and bank correspondence proofreader. She lives in Peoria, Arizona, with her partner, thousands of books and a small, independent-minded dog.