Laura Quinn started out posting ballet tutorials on YouTube as a creative outlet for her dance. Little did she know this would lead to building a presence on YouTube where she creates concept videos, collaborates with friends, connects with an amazing community, and works on projects with people like Willow Smith and Fall Out Boy. She even danced at the Emmys this year with the one and only Lonely Island!
We talked to Laura about how she got started, how she connects with her fans, what inspires her, and so much more! We hope you enjoy the first installation of #CreatorSpotlight, and look forward to next week when we dive into the creative process of two new creators Will & James.
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Between now and October 20, we’re running a contest to spread positivity and the inspiration to keep pursuing what you love by creating amazing things for the world to enjoy. Highlight your craft, your passion, a unique something that sets you apart. all you have to do is sign up for Epoxy, and share to social media.
Tweet, Instagram or Facebook post using the hashtag #EatBreatheCreate and include a photo or something that showcases what makes you do what you do, why you create, or what inspires you to keep doing what you’re doing.
Then sign up for Epoxy here (this is how we’ll track the tweets)
Share your inspiration and what motivates you to do what you love. To wake up every day and #EatBreatheCreate.
The post with the most engagement will be the winner. The prize: A $200 Amazon gift card, and a chance to be highlighted in the next Creator Spotlight series.
RULES: We will review all the posts with this hashtag and the post with the most shares or retweets wins. Winner must have an Epoxy account to win. (We reserve the right to disqualify NSFW or inappropriate posts). We will reach out to the winner via Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram. If we don’t hear back from the winner within two days, we’ll move on to the next person on the list.
Void where prohibited or frowned upon. Open to adults, over 18. You can enter multiple times, but only one post counts toward your total.