6 thoughts on “Kristen Lester and the ‘ins’ and ‘outs’ of the animation industry”

  1. This doesn't usually happen when I listen to these, but this specific interview made me cry. Just because it was so wonderful to listen to Kristen's honesty talking about working in the industry. Especially when she talked about her Finding Nemo artbook falling apart. It's like that passion that only other animation lovers can fully empathise with, haha.

  2. OMG Kristen! Thank you so much for your interview! Your story is so inspiring, even more for you being a woman, you've said so many things I've been living right now (the beginning of entering the world of entertainment in great productions). I hope one day I can work in your team and say "remember when you gave schoolism an interview? well, you really inspired me and now I am here", thank you in advance <3

  3. Kristen, you are AWESOME and INSPIRING!
    In the middle of the interview, when you mentioned negotiation and asking for money for your works worth -talking about the perception of women being difficult versus men being assertive – I stopped the video to look when this video was uploaded.
    I was astonished to see it was uploaded today, but at the same time so relieved that I'm not delusional when I'm feeling the same way about my negotiations, about my works worth and about my value as a woman in 2017's illustration/design field. Thank you so much for SHOWING US THIS STUFF!
    Cheers from an art school graduate from Israel,
    Learned so much from this one,
    Thank you!

  4. This is my new favorite interview. I can relate with this on so many levels it's a little frightening, yet inspiring. Thank you for the wonderful interview! šŸ™‚

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