I used to think that creativity was all about mood. The best lighting, the most serene workspace, the best tools—I would search for these in order to awaken my inner creative monster. However most of the time I spent more time searching for environments and inspiration than I did actually working. This, I now know, is a skewed view of creativity.
"We don't have to teach creativity, we just have to remove the blocks." -Tom & David Kelley
I'm learning that creativity is a process and not a result. The real work is what I do before I receive a client brief.
If you have questions or comments regarding creative habits, email me firstname.lastname@example.org—I'd love to chat!