I love learning about another person’s creative process. I wonder how they stitched together seemingly disparate ideas, how they constructed a beautiful sentence, how they were able to see and capture the tiniest detail in a photo, how their brush could paint my emotions.
Creativity comes in countless forms. But I think the running thread is vulnerability. It takes courage to let your creativity hang out. Specifically, I think one of the toughest and bravest acts is sharing your story – and doing it on stage. That’s exactly what Jen Lee does on a regular basis.
Lee is a beloved performer in New York City’s storytelling scene, including The Peabody Award-winning Moth Radio Hour and The Best of The Moth, Volume 15.
That’s why I was excited to get her thoughts on cultivating creativity for our monthly series, “How I Create.”
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