Profiles of the Canadian Creative Community: Steve Zelle

by Steve Zelle, Graphic Designer, Ottawa Canada

Profiles of the Canadian Creative Community: Steve Zelle

I was approached by Applied Arts Magazine to be involved in this series of interviews that highlight some of the “online Canadian creative community who help bring creatives of similar interest together through their words.” It was a great experience and an opportunity to talk about the Processed Identity site—my experiences so far, and where I see it heading in the future. Along with my interview with Start Thursby, the series also includes profiles of Heather Morton and Anthony Kalamut.

Here is the link

(I was also asked to write an opinion piece. Creativity and the Written Word can be seen on the Applied Arts site)

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