Okay, I'm quietly smug here, this is Emily's first podcast interview - I've a feeling she might be doing a few in the near future. I first discovered Emily's work at my hairdressers in Manchester: Taylor Swift painted on the glass in all her glory. It grabbed my attention right-away and off I googled Lobster House Studios. Emily's story is all about leaning into your creative dreams. She had worked in schools for most of her 20s and then the pandemic hit. With a lot of time on her hands, what once was a hobby and favour for friends, ended up becoming her main job: window artist. At the same time Emily's husband decided to crowd fund and successfully raise the cash for making maverick card games. A surprising result of lockdown that neither of them could have anticipated. Emily shares with me the very cool, unexpected story of what happens when you trade your comfort for a box of Posca pens and character portraits on glass.
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