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  • ScribblyMe: Blog | Angela Sutherland | Copywriter ~ Sydney
    2013 02 37 21st Century Creativity for Kids Thursday 09 May 2013 20 43 What do you want to be when you grow up Saturday 20 April 2013 09 48 The Dawn of Free Lance Dom Angela Sutherland 0423 130

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  • ScribblyMe: Contact | Angela Sutherland | Copywriter ~ Sydney
    You need JavaScript enabled to view it 0423 130897 PO Box 990 Ryde NSW 1680 I d love to hear from you Just send me a message and I ll get back to you as soon as possible Email Subject

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  • 21st Century Creativity for Kids
    out into classrooms around Australia something that as a writer and as a parent I am delighted to see A stop animation software used for the creation of shows such as Wallace Gromit and Timmy Time Stop Motion Pro is a professional software that has a plethora of applications Installed directly onto a PC and with a digital camera or webcam attached it enables you quickly and simply make animated movies bringing everyday inanimate objects to life on the screen In classrooms it brings a 3D element to learning being used as time lapse photography in science or expression and creativity in art and language As a child of the 80 s my technology experience at school consisted of a tape player that made some brain scattering noises as it emblazoned frantically random lines across the TV patterns that eventually enabled me to play Pong for a few minutes before crashing Now kids have ipads laptops internet access all at their fingertips and I ve always worried whether this amount of technology is hindering creativity free thinking and most importantly old fashioned handwriting and drawing skills Plus I know well in my house anyway how challenging it is to tear

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  • What do you want to be when you grow up?
    and by 11 I was desperate to become a muppet puppeteer As I got older the expectations lessened somewhat My teenage years included ambitions such as a railway engineer whilst I going through a girl power phase an architect a novelist and a set designer At uni I was determined to be a documentary filmmaker David Attenborough could do it surely I could do too All too quickly however the real world hit home when I discovered that a young girl from Manchester had about as much chance of becoming a prima ballerina as she did at getting an apprenticeship with the BBC so like 99 of the population I took a job doing something that was OK to pay the bills and figured that I would work it out later So I spent some time writing which I love Then a spell doing graphic design which I also loved I backed it up with a stretch in marketing and a long stint producing again all things that I enjoyed and things I was pretty darn good at Yet throughout that time I wondered which one I was going to really be Choosing one was so hard yet finding time to do everything was virtually impossible Until I realised than there is something that pulls it all together Something that allows you to write to design to build a character and to create a stage A career of sharing success stories and of producing the future And that is where I began my life in communications Because a successful communication strategy requires a little bit of brilliance across all aspects of creativity to truly shine and hopefully I bring them all to the table Communication will never make me rich but I did eventually find out what I wanted to

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  • The Dawn of Free-Lance-Dom
    m excited inspired and optimistic as well as exhausted stressed and covered in baby spew right now And my business plan Well I ll just be myself Though I ve often been told I m not very business like and my writing style is borderline chatty but it s not done me any harm for the first 20 years of my working life so let s not rock the boat now So for anyone considering the leap here are my top tips for stepping out into the freelance world Know your business Why are you different Why clients should choose you Find your point of difference and be confident in it Don t be shy Now is not the time for modesty so tell everyone about your new venture friends relatives accost the postman lecture the dentist I ve left business cards at every shop I go in Get the word out to anyone that will listen Invest in a good tea pot It s amazing how long a lot of the set up will take and a bucket load of tea goes a long way to helping there s the facebook page the google page the linkedin profile not to mention the business listings the branding and the new shoes to buy all businesses need new shoes right And you haven t even started on your website yet Do the numbers It s not the most exciting part of business but you do need to eat so sit down and do the numbers to make sure your cashflow works Have a system set up for tracking invoicing and purchases and stay on top of it Not every creative bod is good at bookkeeping so get some help in if you need it Find your online community Some say that

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