Episode 9

Dearest Creative — Being honest, truthful, and ...

In this episode, I talk to the founders of Dearest Creative. Kori and Kerstin are Designers, Art Directors who started their creative studio after being in the corporate world for over 10 years. They focus on fashion, culture, and lifestyle, and their devotion to their clients is evident in the work they choose to produce.

I met up with them in their studio in Brooklyn, NY to discuss how they transitioned from corporate life to entrepreneurial life, why they started their own company and what they want to focus on for the future dearest.

It was a fun conversation and the first with two different guests. You can hear the synergy and passion about their brand throughout the episode, below are some of the links and mentions from episode nine.

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A podcast series by George Garrastegui, Jr. — designer, educator and creative catalyst. Works In Process is a collection of discussions that exploring and demystify the creative process. I interview creative individuals to highlight and gain more insight into the way they work and the projects and/or products they produce.

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George Garrastegui

George is an educator, designer, advocate, and curator looking to elevate the creative process by shifting the focus to how we work over what we produce.