"Authenticity is key."
What do you do when you have so much creative energy that you can't possibly focus on just one project at a time? How do you balance all of your passion with your desire to stay sane?
Joseph Fisher-Schramm knows.
Joseph is a musician, a producer, an arranger, and the CEO and founder of the independent record label, A Study in Expression. In this episode, he sits down with Emmeline to talk about the myriad ways in which his passion for music manifests, how he collaborates with other artists, what inspires him, and why he felt the need to create a video game and accompanying board game called Gunpowder Tea. They also talk about the benefits and drawbacks of formal music education and why authenticity is such an important part of being a prolific creative professional.
To learn more about Joseph, or to follow his creative journey, visit his official website. You can also find him on Instagram at @joefacethefirst.