Arlo got his start in the creative world as a cinematographer, before becoming a producer and eventually running his own production company. He’s been instrumental in creating campaigns shot all over the world for almost any client you can think of.
But what got us excited about talking with Arlo is how he uses being freelance and the skills he’s learned as a producer to create not just side projects, but entire side businesses.
This includes helping to relaunch iconic Manhattan bar Max Fish, and creating the always vegetarian often Vegan restaurant Superiority Burger in New York City, which GQ Magazine named the best burger anywhere, meat or otherwise.
As Arlo explains, why go through the heartache and headache of being freelance unless it’s allowing you to do things you couldn’t if you were full-time. This week’s episode is a must-listen for anyone with a big idea they need a little inspiration for bringing into the world and also offers great advice for creating a team that works well together.
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