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First YouTube Video Took One Year To Make — Josh Yeo [MAKE. ART. NOW.]

(Watch the video interview on Youtube here)

Film Courage: When did you start your channel?

Josh Yeo, Artist/Founder: I started the channel [MAKE.ART.NOW.] January of 2018 but I had been thinking about it for about a year before. It was something I knew I wanted to do. It started out with I wanted a show reel so I could get more work and then I realized you’d get far more work if you have your personality blended in there. People really get a sense of knowing you. They are going to hire you if they trust you, if they know your sense of humor, if they knew that if the pressure is on you’re not going to crack, you’re not going to blow your lid, you’re not going to embarrass them in front of clients, you’re going to figure it out and get the job done. They are going to hire you nine times out of ten…(Watch the video interview on Youtube here).

(Watch the video interview on Youtube here)

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