When I graduated college I almost immediately started my own production company / artists group from a small apartment in Maine. I called it EggSalad Productions and it brought me an amazing group of talented collaborators, a slew of great opportunities to work hard, and the ability to grow, make mistakes, and try try try. I used EggSalad as the vehicle to learn some of the realest, roughest lessons in art, criticism, professional relationships, and trust. Lessons I learned while working in NYC that I definitely wouldn’t have learned this early anywhere else.
I bought a camera and started exploring so many facets of music, videography, photography, film and theatre more from a personal goal mindset. I designed and produced, I shot and edited, I traveled and stayed put and what once was a company became me, realizing that my never being settled in one thing was not a problem, but a solution- I was being unapologetically me and didn’t even notice. I didn’t realize until recently how I needed to at long last drop the moniker of EggSalad and create solely under my name, taking the pride in my work by signing my name to it. I have been so so lucky to have a community of people already backing ESP and I ask that you like my new artist page and website when they drop very soon! Thanks as always for the support!
Stay tuned as big news is coming!
: @jon Schwolsky