Unraveled Expert Artist Interview | Alica Keiser, UEA

We believe that every single human who enters our community plays an important role. Every single human. Each new member brings new vibes and energy to our tribe. It’s something we value greatly. We want this Academy to be a place of kindness and inclusion, always, especially in a social media driven world where people often feel a lot of animosity and judgement. So, we cherish the fact that we have been incredibly blessed by those people who have chosen to walk through the Unraveled doors and who have found a safe harbor here. We hope that because we try to radiate positivity, we also attract such. Alica Keiser is one of those people who we are so proud to have in our corner. She is a group leader in the Academy and now also has the title of Unraveled Expert Artist. Her work is soft, cheerful and full of connection and love. Her vibes are perfection and her heart is gold. Congrats Alica, thanks for being here!

To learn how to become an Unraveled Expert Artist, visit HERE. Our UEA’s are the first to be chosen when a teaching opportunities opens in the Academy and are often the strongest leaders amongst us.

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Here is Alica, Unraveled…

WHAT INSPIRED YOUR ART? 

I would say everything around me. I get inspiration from my kids when they are playing or the light coming through the trees in my backyard. For me, it doesn't just come from one place, it comes from all around me!

WHAT DO YOU SHOOT WITH? CAMERA BODY AND FAVORITE LENS?

Nikon D-740 

WHAT OTHER WAYS DO YOU EXPRESS YOUR CREATIVITY? 

I'm in the process of doing a 52 week self portrait series this year. It's helping to keep me creative during the slow months.

HOW DO YOU DE-STRESS AT THE END OF THE DAY? 

20/20, oreos & milk!

WHAT KIND OF MUSIC DO YOU LISTEN TO WHILE EDITING? 

I usually don't listen to music while editing. I'm more of a true crime podcast gal!

WHAT IS YOUR FAVORITE BOOK? 

The Red Tent!

NAME ONE MOVIE THAT INSPIRES YOU. 

The Family Stone

WHAT HAS BEEN THE MOST DIFFICULT PART OF YOUR CREATIVE JOURNEY? 

learning to value myself and my work.

WHO IS ONE OF YOUR FAVORITE PHOTOGRAPHERS? 

Sarah Cornish, Twyla Jones, Purple Fern Photography ( Sarah Garman), Jayme Ford

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