Spoiler alert! Finding the Story in Creative Projects centers around listening and being present in each moment. Multimedia Storyteller Chloe Rouse Armstrong joins authors Joy E. Rancatore and Mea Smith in Episode 36 of QWERTY Writing Life to share how she’s learned this important truth and what it looks like in her daily life. As a marketer by day and photographer/videographer all the time, Chloe gets up close and personal with people’s stories. She’s learned the value in setting ego and preconceived notions aside and opening herself up to truly hearing the person before her and seeing their stories from a different angle. Chloe ends this winter "Interview with a Creative" with a QWERTY Challenge that will have you discovering special moments and stories all around you each day.
Visit Chloe and see her inspirational storytelling at these links:
Chloe’s website: http://www.crmultimedia.com
Chloe’s Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/chloerousemultimedia/
Chloe’s Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ChloeRouseMultimediaStorytelling
Intro music created and performed by Brent Smith.
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