In this episode, we cover:
2:00 – Camilla d’Errico explains how she got started attending comic cons, and how her presence at the conventions has changed over 18 years. Her first solo show sold out!
7:30 – Camilla addresses the fact that its scary to put your work out for people to see, and how she deals with it.
11:00 – How Camilla has been so incredibly prolific with her work, and why she chose to license her work in various ways.
18:00 – What Camilla’s team looks like – her employees, as well as the freelancers that she works with. She also directly addresses how long it took her to start hiring out for the tasks she didn’t want to do.
25:00 – How she deals with haters, and a hilariously rude example of one.
29:00 – Camilla has a show running in Los Angeles at the Corey Helford gallery.
Das Menon says
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