In this episode, we chat about learning photography at a young age and wasting grandma's Polaroid film, moving to NYC the day after high school graduation, his vision for the ClickGear brand, the importance of goal-setting and having aspirations, going to Seattle for CreativeLive + getting to meet past guests Chase and Kenna, being a photographer in a smaller market and no longer feeling like creatives have to be in big markets like NYC or LA with technology and social media, struggling in a previous job in insurance dealing with having to deny people coverage who really needed it that led to bouts with depression and drinking and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.
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