Design Aglow Summit: Jacob Loafman

Design Aglow Summit: Jacob Loafman

We’re all about big ideas, outstanding content and tangible takeaways that you can implement immediately. That's why we've created the Design Aglow Summit.

3 days, 10 teachers, 1 impactful educational event.

Among our talented lineup of teachers, we've got creative wedding photographer, Jacob Loafman!

Here's what he's got in store for the Summit:

Mini Q&A with Summit Speaker Jacob Loafman from Design Aglow on Vimeo.

The Playground: The Importance of Personal Work
As an artist, creating personal work is vital. With no deadlines, rules, timelines... there is only your creative medium and your mind. Jacob will demonstrate how act of creating personal work is where new ideas and directions are born, shaping future client work or even more personal work. He will inspire you to explore your imagination to open up new creative directions we didn’t even realize we had within us. Exploring personal work is allowing our minds be free and encouraging our imagination to be turned all the way up. Jacob will inspire you to turn it on and turn it up.
Come away with a strong desire to get past fear and your own thoughts and break through to discover who you really are as an artist. The goal is to impress yourself and be damn proud of the work you create.

Grab your Design Aglow Summit ticket here.

 

 




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