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S04 Episode 3: Bradley Flora - Photography, Painting & Finding Multiple Outlets.


There was an art installation at a local coffee shop in the fall and the artist, Bradley Flora heard my podcast and asked if I wanted to stop by and check it out. We ended up sitting down to talk, and he told me about how he’s been expanding on what he wants to do, going from photography to painting.

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I also ponder ideas about other options for income besides freelancing.

Check out Bradley's work on his website
http://bradleyflora.com

Or you can follow him on Instagram @lost_thought


Music for the show by Lorenzo's Music

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