I guess the main thing that I try and remember and have learnt is to keep enjoying and being excited about the work you make. If it scares you, surprises you and makes you happy it might just be good. And to work hard but to also be patient and not measure yourself and the work based on a certain kind of success or recognition. Surround yourself with friends and colleagues who inspire you, and be generous in sharing your ideas with one another.
Esther Teichmann, featured in Foam Magazine #32/Talent, on submitting to the Foam Talent Call
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