We’re excited to introduce you to the always interesting and insightful David Woods. We hope you’ll enjoy our conversation with David below.
David, thanks for joining us, excited to have you contributing your stories and insights. What’s been the most meaningful project you’ve worked on?
The latest collection release for our company “Tony Visions” was taken out of the common fashion scope and placed into a short film displayed in movie theaters. We created visuals with our models and garments and placed it all together for a short film called “Genesis”. A non spoken film showing a story of origin.
Great, appreciate you sharing that with us. Before we ask you to share more of your insights, can you take a moment to introduce yourself and how you got to where you are today to our readers
Being an active creator in the industry for about 7 years now, I’ve created multiple clothing brands and creative studios. All by simply just actively growing my own creative mind and circle. I’m a big fan of taking the first set into something and giving it all you have. I do so in the fashion industry by creating new trends and styles constantly. My creative studios and connections are limitless. We’re beyond proud of how far we’ve come with no handouts or major co-signs. Simply focusing on the goal of empowering with new juices in this industry.
How’d you build such a strong reputation within your market?
My reputation blossomed and continues to grow by simply remaining connected to the community. I am in constant search of new creators and always willing to accept collaborations with potential artists. I do my best to give great relatable advice to anyone I encounter. Using the Tony Visions platform I’ve created, we onboard newcomers daily. We give people opportunities to take their first steps in the industry. People never forget who got them started.
Can you share your view on NFTs? (Note: this is for education/entertainment purposes only, readers should not construe this as advice)
NFTs seem to be the new trend. A lot of “easy” money moving around in the meta world. I think it’s a great outlet for digital artist who may not be as good at creating in the real world. I think it’s a good platform to cross promote physical art and digitalize it. It’s definitely important to stay in trends but I think the main focus should always be physical. Things that will never disappear.