“All successful people men and women are big dreamers. They imagine what their future could be, ideal in every respect, and then they work every day toward their distant vision, that goal or purpose.”
The creative spark is often one of change. After all, it’s usually the dreamers, visionaries and inventive creative energies of this world who do things differently, who aren’t afraid to take a chance and just see what happens. These are the people who have changed the world by providing inspiration and taking action throughout history. Recently, we had the chance to sit down with Aedryan Wulf. Aedryan is an actor, painter, and dreamer, who shared with us some of his creative process and his outlook on the world around him.
1. Please describe what you do, and why you are passionate about your work.
I am a creator. A god of my own rights. I think of something; I express it. It’s not always in words. I use emotions through acting. I paint. I dream. There is little I can’t do once I put my mind to it. And for now, my mind’s set on reaching into the heart of humanity to reflect what’s hiding in there like a mirror of our hidden-selves. Showing humans who we truly are. Also known as, Acting.
2. What word do you feel describes you best as a professional and why?
Diligence. Ain’t a problem I’ve faced without leaving my claw marks on it. Employers love that.
Were you always sure you wanted to be in the industry that you are in?
No, not really. Can’t say I really know the industry I’m getting into, either. When I was a kid I imagined a talent scout would find me in the streets of LA and a chariot would come for me to take me to my new life. Instead, I walked into some dog shit. It fuels my artistic ego.
3. What motivates you to continue your work?
The soul-crushing dread of meaninglessness.
4. Do you have any advice for those looking for a similar career path?
Don’t follow my path. I have no idea what I’m doing so you might as well find your own way of doing it. Besides, I ain’t walk a road you should travel. We all gotta find our own way through the labyrinth, kids.
5. To who, or what, do you feel you owe your success?
Primarily, my mother. Hi, Mom. I’m on T.V.
6. Who are your top three idols and why?
Alexander the Great, for uniting the ancient world and immortalizing himself through history. I also love Rosa Parks for utilizing the word ‘No’ the way that she did. And Kesha, ‘cause she’s definitely, like, really cool.
7. What was the hardest part about getting where you are today?
Patience to see my life resolve itself. Sometimes my survival instincts make me feel like I’m not where I’m supposed to be, or that I should be doing something greater with my time. Like saving the world. ‘Cause time’s all we got, you know? Time, and money. Yet neither exist if you really think about it. Don’t.
8. What’s up and coming for you in the next year?
Success beyond my wildest dreams. Redemption, and Glory. Adventure! Abundance! That’s what The Secret’s all about, right? I dunno. I never read it.
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