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world just so we're not totally just contingent on our local economy" } ] }, { "alternatives": [ { "confidence": 0.9670332, "transcript": " and then are you bringing in external resources like contractors are Freelancers if you have projects another area or or Skill Center will bring them and I got a project or don't really make them like a part of the studio we're really trained singer with a fine not that we know our strengths or weaknesses copywriters we have our partners that we love to partner on that and we just connected with the clients and then we get to work as a team but I'm of that contract and stuff in the building and all that doesn't go through so we're we're pretty careful about that you don't really hire Freelancers to help for contractors to help instill such we have although now that this time is changing rapidly and I have a lot of friends and really channels of people that I know about that Freelancers in the projects so that might change for us the fire if our phone keeps ringing and we're getting projects are tearing about project it might not not going to take it down but just like we always try to refer" } ] }, { "alternatives": [ { "confidence": 0.9586725, "transcript": " we're always just trying to make a design to in the strongest possible with really believe that like all of us rides together what are you going to see your relationship to the local creative Community here but also the creative community in and other places that you're engaging with her conferences are Oracle and both ways can you bring people like lecture series exhibition space where I was trying to bring people outside of our community to our community and Inspire community and when I was trying to Champion our community and other places we're trying to making a symbiotic is possible sometimes it's easier to Champion Seattle outside of Seattle sometimes it's easier sometimes like City like New York and you know we're always what I was trying to do that so as you're at your building up this community how do you how do you view the education of new people coming into the" } ] }, { "alternatives": [ { "confidence": 0.9680429, "transcript": " your creative community of an area should they be formally trained should they be learning as an as an intern to someone as far as entering into the credit bureau the graphic designer weather whatever I really think being able to learn how to learn like everyone at our studio that's that's the thing that they I think that is their strength we're all really good at learning to learn so Francis vigano how to do something we're going to go online and figure it out a way to call somebody and ask them and then practice it and get better at it I think that's critical that's way more important to me than someone with a bachelor's degree wherever top school design program it someone that Blake can adapt and learn what they don't know for me my particular agenda is usually trying to Champion design to new designers the lecture series was one of the beginning" } ] }, { "alternatives": [ { "confidence": 0.97323155, "transcript": " is not one but if I could wear you into just like if you're like a musician to be like what bands are going to a lot of the time people don't know and I think it's a problem industry-wide if you want to do this work why why don't you want to be known for the work that you do and you're spending your whole life working on and look at all this amazing inspiration in these people that have done it and I can show you what you know just by looking at their work or did you intend to learn about them we can learn so much about your own work best for me like we're education comes in and I think when you move to a new city I think it's good to just I don't need people and listen and see what's happening and see where there's maybe space for you to do what you want to do and I I love that we have our space because I get to meet a lot of people that moved here will be come to the exhibition spacer email me and I have coffee I love being like a little bit of a Seattle design Welcome Wagon just" } ] }, { "alternatives": [ { "confidence": 0.93422973, "transcript": " cuz I find it Fascinating People move here exciting people come to you to engage with you at parties where I grill a barbecue everyone's food so that everyone has to come to me and then I got to talk to everyone and tell me why the best for each other trying to help each other or just engaging in advance hosting events even if their technical Workshop events if they're purely social events just showing up and engage in absolutely no" } ] }, { "alternatives": [ { "confidence": 0.96734995, "transcript": " like the doesn't need to be an agenda it always kind of bothers me a little bit when it's just like just going me people and just be real instead of my calling you to get a job and I'm here to networker whatever just like many people have so many stories were like 10 years ago and now we're doing this project together or they just saved my ass cuz I have this project and I wasn't able to fit a bill to pay my rent relationship wasn't one of transaction who are you content in your friend is like today in myself I'm really really really fortunate and and really privileged place to be able to do this work that I love to do I I can't believe how lucky I am and very can. I'm always a little rest first I won't always think I could do better and I always think there's more stuff and I'm always tired and excited but yeah I'm very lucky" } ] }, { "alternatives": [ { "confidence": 0.96494895, "transcript": " 2 questions what gets you up at 5 a.m. today with a smile and what do you think would get you up at 5 a.m. and literally today I did wake up really early cuz they are to board up the windows of the gallery and studio and I've been working on I'm cutting vinyl for this message regarding putting on the studio wall so I literally got up really early today and I'm weed vinyl in my living room and I love it it's not a project it's it's nothing it's a it's a femoral things but up on our windows but it's exciting because I'm leaving it in the muffler it's a new thing I learned is how to cut vinyl and then five years from now I hope that I'm getting up and be able to go to the studio and everyone is working hard and has a text from someone from a smile or a spark in there I thank you very very much" } ] } ] }