We recently connected with Myles Cutchember and have shared our conversation below.
Myles, looking forward to hearing all of your stories today. We’d love to hear the backstory behind a risk you’ve taken – whether big or small, walk us through what it was like and how it ultimately turned out.
Moving away from home was the first big risk I took. I moved to Orlando for college. Stepping out of my comfort zone wasn’t as easy as I thought, yet I still have no regrets. I wouldn’t have met the people I have met or enjoyed the moments that I cherish the most. Who knows what’s right or wrong? Taking a risk is being in control. Sometimes, you have to take that left turn out of pure intuition. If you know you know.
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
I am Myles. I tend to not box myself in anything that I do because just being grateful to have a working mind and to be determined to achieve my dreams is sufficient enough. I am an app developer and creative producer. I think of ideas and execute them and I live by the motto; You start dying when you stop dreaming.
As of late, I’ve been teaching myself how to screenprint so I can make clothes my friends and I could sport. I love photography and have been shooting analog for about 7 years now. I started my own developing company based in Miami. Understand that things are going to change overnight, and it’s important to stay adapted.
We’d love to hear your thoughts on NFTs. (Note: this is for education/entertainment purposes only, readers should not construe this as advice
Aye man, things are going to happen with or without you. I learned to listen but be skeptical. So that’s my view on them. I have minted some photography and actually sold an NFT so no complaints on this end. My only concern is how it’s truly affecting the planet.
Is there mission driving your creative journey?
Well, my late cousin passed away from a rare strand of cancer. After losing him, I was pretty much lost. I had no clue what I wanted out of life. This was my best friend we’re talking about here. So, I had to recalibrate and I made it my mission and purpose to get his story to the masses. It’s ridiculous how we have so much money but there is still diseases out here with no cures or proper resource. RIP Jawhar! He came up with ysdwysd.