One of the fringe benefits of freelancing? Living the kind of life that makes newspapers write angry op-eds about millennials. Doing what you like when you like, conducting business meetings over Steam chat, doing kick flips over badical guitar riffs. That kind of thing.
To the casual observer, Mark Junker is just that kind of freelancer. An art director and music producer, Junker’s makes fun designs for The Yetee, composes soundtracks for Cloudrise Pictures, and just put out a new album, VELTAHL under his alias, R23X. Today he joins Bryce to talk about why your friends are you best resource, why art school is a scam, and how to do the work you love.
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