Digital creative has a rich and varied history.
But there’s one industry that stands out in its sheer size, with nearly 40 million creators contributing to its creation every day.
The creators who dominate that industry—which includes both traditional publishers and digital platforms—are often highly influential in shaping and shaping the industry’s future.
We’ve gathered the best of the best to tell you what it takes to become a creative media expert.
The creators we spoke to were creative, smart, and dedicated.
They have been building, selling, and sharing their work for decades.
This is not an easy road to tread.
We spoke with three people who have created and sold their own creative content.
In addition to giving insight on the craft of creating content, they offer advice on how to grow your creative work, manage expectations, and find a way to grow without feeling overwhelmed.
They were passionate about the craft, and we’re talking about their own experiences as well.
They’re all writers, but none of them are journalists, so they’re also creators, too.
Each one has taken a different approach to the craft.
And they’ve come out ahead at times.
Here are the three people we spoke with, along with their tips for becoming a successful creative:Michael Kowalski is the author of the new book, The Art of Writing.
Michael is a writer, editor, and director of content for many online publications.
His work is primarily about creating a narrative for a story or story idea.
He has published dozens of bestsellers and a book of short stories, among them The Adventures of Gail Carriger.
He was named one of Time magazine’s 50 Most Influential People in 2013 and 2015.
He has written about a wide range of topics including business and personal finance, business, and sports.
He founded The Kowalksy Co., an online magazine for creative people, and he has written extensively about the Internet and social media.
Michael Krakowski is a director and producer at the award-winning digital media company, Creative Cloud.
He also is a freelance writer and a producer of award-nominated films, including the critically acclaimed film The Artist, the documentary “The Art of Living,” and the documentary The Power of Love.
He also co-hosts The Krakowys Podcast with host and co-producer, Jeff Gies, which airs on the Creative Cloud Podcast Network.
He’s a regular contributor to The Art Of Writing, a popular blog and podcast for writers, and the co-creator of the award winning web series, The Kogos Show.
He is also a regular guest on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon, which was nominated for a Peabody Award for Best Podcast in 2017.
He previously hosted the podcast The Kogs Show.
David Borenstein is a journalist, producer, and editor.
He co-founded the digital media site The Boren Report, which publishes original reporting and news stories.
He regularly contributes to the online publication The Creators Report.
He created the award and Grammy-nominee documentary, The Making of The Power.
He serves as the CEO of the Creative Economy Research Center, an independent organization that studies the intersection of the creative economy and the global economy.
He lives in New York City.
He is the cofounder and executive editor of the New York Times best-selling blog, The Creativity Report, where he covers the intersection between the arts and digital media.
He hosts the award winner-nomined podcast The Creatives Report, and writes regularly for The Creatics Report and The Creatively Independent.
He previously co-wrote the award for best documentary on the web, the award that will go to the next great documentary, and was a finalist for a Grammy Award for best web series.
He was also nominated for an Emmy Award for his work on the award season documentaries of The Artful Dodger.
He teaches a writing course for creative professionals at the University of Illinois.
He recently started a podcast for creatives called the Creativity Journal, which is available to podcasters and readers at www.creativityjournal.com.
He runs The Creativeness Blog, a website where he provides a forum for creative discussion and discussion of topics that he is passionate about.
He speaks frequently at the annual Creative Economy Awards, which are organized by the Creative Market Alliance and hosted by The New York Public Library.
He currently serves as a speaker at the TEDx event in New Orleans.
Michael Berenbaum is a media entrepreneur and CEO of Media Networks, Inc., which he founded in 2010.
He owns a digital media business that includes the news, lifestyle, and fashion businesses that he founded.
He started his media business as an entrepreneur who wanted to make the news and entertainment news.
Media Networks was acquired by AOL in 2010 for $3 billion.
Michael has been featured on The Oprah Winfrey