Episode 13: Micah E. Wood

Hear more from Micah on photographing fellow musicians to develop his freelance career, the importance of creative exchanges between artists, redefining "studio time," authentic self-promotion, and asking for what you want. 

Links to resources mentioned throughout the episode: 

Creative Alliance — Where Micah works as a marketing and design associate

Maryland Institute College of Art — Where Micah earned his BFA

Kanye West — First show Micah saw live at the tender age of 14

Regina Spektor — Second show Micah saw live, when he realized he should start bringing a camera with him

Gogol Bordello — Jewish gypsy punk group, first show Micah photographed

Urban Outfitters — "Summer Color Theory" project by Micah for UO Blog

Devin Allen — Baltimore based photographer

"The Life Changing Magic of Tidying Up" by Marie Kondo — A book that Micah himself has not read (though he is very pro-organization), but is highly recommended by Micah's brother and Amanda 

See Me — Micah's new album 

"Without You" music video — from Micah's new album "See Me"

See more of Micah's work on his website www.micahewood.com and on Instagram @micahewood