Creatabot is an independent website and project aimed to inspire and promote creative people in the UK.
Press Release – Creatabot
Creatabot is a independent website and online magazine for creative individuals in the UK. They have a team of contributors that write for the site including film makers, photographers and writers as well as creatives that work for small indie companies. Their aim is to promote and inspire independent creative people and their work.
Creatabot is inspired by the likes of the Vienna Secession, who pioneered the belief that art should be accessible to all and that money is not a creative persons aim. They therefore concentrate on supporting creative individuals rather than the creative industry as a whole.
They are a community interest website which means any funds generated are principally reinvested into the website or into organising events, rather than being driven by the need to maximise profit for contributors and owners. Therefore all contributors are volunteers and benefit from promotion of their work and writing through Creatabot, but ultimately they provide great assistance to the creative community.
Creatabot was set up by Natasha Steer in November 2010 and is run from her studio in Kent. Natasha was previously Editor of the South East hub of Creative Boom, which continues to be a successful online creative industry magazine. Having through Creative Boom connected with the local creative community, Natasha decided to set up her own website that concentrates solely on creative individuals rather than creative industry as a whole. Being a craftswoman herself, she feels that support and inspiration helps to motivate creative people and adds to their success.
Note to Editors : Natasha Steer acts as Managing Director and Editor of Creatabot and is the main point of contact – for all enquiries please email email@example.com
The Creatabot logo was designed by Daniel Evans - www.thiswolf.com/aboutme
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