Jesse Michael Newman recently spoke at the University of Notre Dame and the College of William & Mary, and has been invited to speak at Harvard University. The comprehensive lecture details his creative process, thoughts on the symbiotic relationship between artwork and career, and the attempt to find balance between the two. Newman is an advocate of living below ones means, viewing time as currency and honoring ones priorities through action. His creative process is broken down into visualizing, combining conventional techniques in unconventional ways, deconstructing complexities, and experimentation.
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