Ticket to Your Dreams


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Promising access to the very best instruction from the world’s experts could be interesting.

INTERVIEW | by Victor Rivero

Chase JarvisIn 2010, renowned sports photographer Chase Jarvis partnered with Craig Swanson to create an online space where professional photographers could teach specific skills in multi-day seminars to aspiring photographers via live video. The results were astounding. Within months, tens of thousands of individuals had watched the live, free classes and a huge number of them had purchased copies of the courses. creativeLIVE’s most popular classes have drawn over 150,000 participants at a time. More than one million individuals from over 200 countries have participated in creativeLIVE’s free online seminars since the company began in 2010, and creativeLIVE has paid out millions to its instructors.

As a photographer, Chase’s mission from the beginning has been to create a platform that offers highly curated content, advice, inspiration and access to the very best…

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