Welcome to episode 179 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast.
For this week's episode of the podcast I sat down and had a long conversation with a wonderful interior designer living in Denver, Colorado - Nicoli Alexander.
Nicoli frequently collaborates with artists of all types and has a great deal of insight as to how to best engage with other creatives to collaborate and work together on a project.
Nicoli and I discuss some interesting topics this week, including:
- How Nicoli got into interior design.
- How photographers can collaborate with interior designers.
- How COVID-19 has inspired him and other artists to work collaboratively.
- ... and more!
Over on Patreon this week, Nicoli answers several listener questions from our Facebook Group, including:
- How do interior designers choose between stock photography vs. working directly with photographers?
- What % of interior designers' process is tied to artwork?
- How well do abstract or more intimate subjects work for interior design projects?
- How can landscape photographers work with interior designers to combine various themed art?
- What photography presentation mediums are "in style" for interior designers?
- What sources do you use to find new artists to work with?
- How can landscape photographers inspire interior designers to use more nature photography?
You can follow Nicoli on Instagram too.
I hope you enjoy our conversations!
Here are the people that Nicoli recommended listeners check out:
1. Lindz and Lamb at Business Like-minded.
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Thanks for stopping in, collaborating with us, and listening. See you next week.
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Here is a transcript to this week's episode: