On today's podcast I'm talking to Julia Wester about being a working mom, quarantining with a broken leg, and transitioning from her job as Oh Joy's Creative Director into her own business as a freelance stylist.
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After 10 years, she decided she wanted to make more pretty things and left for the life of a visual content creator and prop stylist...
Today, she's a mom of two young kids (Zealand and Bodhi), mama to a frenchie named Tuna, married to her husband Dave, living in sunny LA.
Here are our recommendations this episode:
- Julia: Stop Motion Artist Trisha Zemp - specifically, her kids stop motion camp
- Eileen: Getty Art Challenge
- Julie: WeRMemoryKeepers Fuse Tool
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