Sun, Jan 26|
START: Business Brain for the Creative Mind w/ Scott McCormick
A concentrated two-part business series with practical applications for the Creative!
Time & Location
Jan 26, 2020, 10:00 AM – 3:00 PM
Anecdote, 820 N Sherman St, Denver, CO 80203, USA
About the Event
START: Business Brain For The Creative Mind (2-Part Series)
Buy tickets in person or online
Ticket sales end Thursday, Jan. 23 at 11:59pm
Creatives, this course was made for you! Learn how to start or grow your business, and go from idea to paying customers in less than a month with a solid foundation. Who will it help? People just starting out as well as those wanting a fresh perspective on their current endeavors.
• 2 courses (can be taken separately or together at a discount -- make sure your ticket matches your desired choice):
Part 1) Organization and Goal Setting (10am-12pm)
Part 2) Modern Marketing and Conversion to Sales (1pm-3pm)
• “Business Brain For The Creative Mind” E-Book written by Scott McCormick
• Links to any/all recommended apps to help your business
• In-class handouts
Taught by Scott McCormick of McCormick Photos & Design:
Scott McCormick spent the majority of his young life as a performing and touring musician beginning at the age of 12 in Chicago, IL. He wrote music for Disney and ESPN, as well as spent a brief stint teaching at the prestigious Julliard School of Music. Upon experiencing burnout from the music business, Scott craved something new and different. However, once he pushed the music world behind, a series of bad luck, deaths, divorces, and other such natural evils befell him and he found himself homeless, sleeping in Denver’s Cheesman Park for several months. During this time, he was lucky enough to escape with a few meaningful items crammed in a ratty, rolling suitcase. Some gems in the collection included a smart phone and a camera. He spent nights at Tom’s Diner on Colfax learning the art of photography and design on his cell phone.
He has developed over 300 commissioned art pieces for album covers all over the world, won several large awards, including an IBMA award for Graphic Design with a second nomination the year following. He’s done album artwork for Infamous Stringdusters’ 2017 Grammy-Award winning album “Laws of Gravity” and Gregory Alan Isakov’s current Grammy-Nominated album “Evening Machines.” McCormick has propelled his reputation by combining his photographic and design knowledge with his business and marketing experience. He has developed full brand aesthetics for Smithsonian, Broadway Musical “Qadar,” and even local Denver favorites Atomic Cowboy and Swallow Hill Music. He continues to define his recognizable photographic style and has been seen in Rolling Stone, New York Times, Vogue, and a multitude of other publications. McCormick has recently been chosen as one of Colorado’s representatives for Month of Photography with an exhibition at Leon Gallery in 2021.
Check out Scott's work HERE and buy your tickets to reserve your spot!