There has never been a better time to tell your story. The gear is readily available and 1 can reach millions thanks to the social web. In this podcast, I explore the mindset, the gear and the tools you need in order to use visual storytelling as a way to express yourself, communicate with others and use it as a source of inspiration in your life.
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This was my first time listening to Fred (who I work with) and the topic was very attractive to me. I quit FB 6 or 7 years ago already, not an instagram or twitter guy either as I prefer human connection and interaction (not that much in the past 2 years), than algo driven, fake, 6 degrees of separation, social media communication. As Fred mentioned, reading a book is one of the best way to story telling. Your control the visuals behind each words, you feel, you love, you hate….You are. more
Very interesting and beautiful voice. :)
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The Visual Storytelling Podcast launched 4 years ago and published 14 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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