|Do you work for a client, for the audience, or for your own creative adventure?
for myself and the audience
I work on projects that I think are interesting and that I hope others would also enjoy. If the story appeals to me and it seems like it would be fun to do, then I'm in.
At the Moment it's for my own Creative Adventures. I would love for someone to see my work and really enjoy it and want to hire me so to sometime on a larger Scale.
Depends on the projects, Actually all three of them.
Hopefully all three in equal measure, the job doesn't exist without the clients desire, to be is to be perceived and so an audience is vital but without some personal creative adventure the cake doesn't get iced...
A bit of all three to be honest. If I'm producing a video for money, it's usually for a business client who has a specific aim. The good side of this is that there is profit to be made but on the downside, little or non existent creative freedom. Through social networking sites, I'm always open to ideas from my viewers and keen to make films for them. There are times when I simple have a story to tell and it's my own passion that sees the project through.
Honestly, I have a true love of movies... So when I am writing, I see a movie in my head, and I write WHAT I WANT TO SEE! I work for myself, but with hopes that the audience will appreciate what I put in front of them.
My own creative adventure, I suppose.
for all the three but mostly for my own satisfaction...
The stuff I write tends to be written for creative adventure... it's written because I think it's a good story that deserves to be told. I don't write with an audience in mind, but with the intention that it will reach one.
However, the stuff I produce is always aimed at a specific target audience. Everything is planned perfectly to reach the right people. The stuff I write AND produce seems to be a weird mix of both.
I think I try to make my films for audiences. I probably didn't start out that way I was more concerned with what I wanted to do but ultimately if audiences don't respond to the work you are making then you have little chance of continued success.
I have once work a client and i have also worked for the audience
Actually, I work for art. So it means I work for the audience.
I think I tend to lose track of the client and the audience in the creative process. I'm always hoping that the client and audience will somehow connect with work that is meaningful to me.
A bit all of them. I am available for commission work. My own creative adventure is not without my audience in mind.
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