Creative Outlet Quotes by Amber Riley, John 5, Nat Wolff, G-Eazy, Jessica Clark, Adam Green and many others.
Everyone needs a creative outlet to express themselves, and the arts in school provides that.
I truly enjoyed my time with Manson and have the greatest respect for the incredible fans. I am grateful to have contributed over two dozen songs to his projects. It was a great creative outlet for me at that point in my career.
I think as long as I have a creative outlet, I’m happy.
I fell in love with hip-hop at an early age as a culture, as a sound, both from the perspective of a fan and a creative outlet.
I had always attended classes and written stories as a creative outlet because I need that, and I thought, in my previous career in a model, the way I approached that was that I believed I was telling a non-verbal story.
I was lucky enough to have an older brother who shared the splatter flicks with me, and I had parents who were cool and involved enough in my life to allow me to see them. I think my folks appreciated that I looked at these movies as a creative outlet… almost like magic shows, if you will.
I don’t think I can name any names or anything, but this is what I’ve wanted to do for a long time: to have Flume as my creative outlet and to work on the biggest songs in the world, like pop, and come up with the idea and send it off.
I’d always need a creative outlet. But sometimes, I do fantasize what my life would be like if I weren’t famous.
But I really love music, and having a creative outlet is really the best thing you can do for yourself.
My website inspired me to create my book club and provides me with a creative outlet where I can write about things that interest me. It’s a platform where I can present ideas or new ventures and get feedback straight from the people who mean the most to me.
I think it’s really important for actors to have another creative outlet, or for anyone, really.
I really see food as subjective. It’s a creative outlet. It’s something that you do for fun. It’s a gray area. It’s not black and white or right and wrong.
When I’m doing just music all the time, it can get really overwhelming. It’s always challenging to switch it up a bit. And just because you’re a musician, it doesn’t mean that music is your only creative outlet.
What’s become a big theme in my music is my dad as a narrative character. I never had the opportunity to understand our relationship in a more adult capacity. The unknown is great material for any creative outlet.
Music is obviously our No. 1, always. But it’s so fun to venture out to another creative outlet.
I’ve always been the person who has needed a creative outlet.
When I got my MacBook, I started playing around with Garageband a lot. It was just a creative outlet. I put everything into it. I would skip all my classes just to be making my songs. Stuff like that made me feel good.
The hardest part of writing is the first draft, and the closer you get to your deadline, the messier your workspace becomes – but that’s the same with any creative outlet.
I never thought about writing. I was married young, I was still in college, as we did then, and I had two babies before I was 25, and I loved them, and I loved taking care of them, but I was a little bit cuckoo, staying at home and not having a creative outlet.
When I’m not working, I would kill to have some sort of creative outlet other than, say, a coloring book. And when I’m working, I want to do all those things I was griping about – you know, make a turkey-and-cheese sandwich, put it in a zip-top bag, and stick it in a lunch box right now!
I started doing drag because I needed a creative outlet for myself.
I realized after writing songs for years how important it is. Whether it provides a living for me or not, that creative outlet is something I need.
MS Paint was my creative outlet for many years.
I definitely do not think of makeup as, like, a validation type thing. For me, it’s a creative outlet and an art form. It’s not like, ‘Oh my God, I need to feel pretty.’ It’s like, ‘This is so cool. I just created art on my face.
Acting is such a huge part of my life. It really allows me to have a creative outlet and to actually be able to have an outlet to discuss openly the things that truly I think are relevant in the world, that make a difference.
‘Brand-Dropping’ is the term that the Kluger Agency coined to describe discreetly advertising by product mentioning in song, and we feel we can make this the way of the future without jeopardizing any artist’s creative outlet or typical style.
I write books and songs and all sorts of bits and pieces on the side. It’s important to have that creative outlet – I’m really passionate about it.
When I was pregnant, I wanted to take some time off from acting, but I still needed a creative outlet for myself. My first two books were created during my pregnancies and after giving birth to my first child.
Kids see cooking as a creative outlet now, like soccer and ballet. It gives me hope that things like fast food, childhood obesity and the horrible state of school lunches can be addressed by kids and their parents.
Creating content on YouTube played a huge role in helping define myself, as making videos was and still is a creative outlet for me – a way to express myself.
Wrestling is more of a creative outlet, and especially for somebody like me, I view it as my creative outlet. Not all WWE superstars and not all wrestlers view it that way, but that’s how I view it, and that’s one of the ways my mind works creatively.
As Laurel Van Ness it’s so much fun, and with that comes a creative outlet. You can be who you wanna be and be that particular character. I’m so thankful that Impact allows me to do that.
There are many things I love about my job! For instance, as a creative outlet, there’s no better way to express myself than through choreography and physical movement.
I never considered writing as a career – it was always a creative outlet for me and something I just loved to do.
Working behind the cocktail bar was a different kind of escapism, a creative outlet with a newfound respect for alcohol. I didn’t drink as I was also working day shifts in a coffee shop and, later, the fire service, and needed my wits about me to pull off my 60-hour working weeks.
I would love to write more children’s books. There is such a high standard out there for children’s books; there are really amazing writers. It is a fantastic creative outlet and such an amazing teaching tool. The thing I love about kids, too, is it is so imaginative and poetic.
My experiences in the military, the private sector, and as a congressional staffer were at times almost enough to drive me crazy. Writing offered the all-too-often-cited creative outlet.
I have my own dance and production companies, and acting is my creative outlet. It’s what I’m passionate about. I’ve actually created a lifestyle where I could act for free. I could get a job to pay the bills and act on the weekends to make me smile.
My parents always stressed finding some sort of creative outlet, so they would take me to dance classes, take me to jazz clubs.
What do young, budding artists do, but go to law school? I had creative periods now and again, but it wasn’t until I was practicing law that I really needed a creative outlet. I’d come home from long days at the office and draw, paint, and sculpt from clay, wire – even candy.
I’m the perfect amount of guarded. I don’t reveal too much, and I never reveal who the songs are about. They are real life. People get that. I date a lot of musicians and they do the same thing. People that work with me – who I write about too – they get it. It’s my creative outlet, my therapy.