CanvasRebel Interview

June 2023

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Gia, thanks for taking the time to share your stories with us today Are you able to earn a full-time living from your creative work? If so, can you walk us through your journey and how you made it happen?

I’ve been feeling a lot of gratitude for being able to earn a full time living from content creation and companion work. My journey began back in 2017 when I was in college. I was in a few arrangements with older gentlemen who were helping me get through school. However, I had a friend who was a companion professionally and she showed me how much more successful I could be financially if I learned how to market myself and find the appropriate clients. With determination and enthusiasm I entered the world of companionship by creating my own website, doing photoshoots, setting up ads, and connecting with people. During the pandemic I created an Onlyfans and learned I could be successful through creating content as well. None of this was an overnight success, I put in a lot of time and energy to get where I am. I could have sped up the process of finding my niche if I had known from the start what type of clientele I wanted to attract and how I could better advertise myself to connect with those types of people. A big milestone for me was when I changed my ad text to be more emotionally provocative and expressive. I started to attract clients who were more invested in my personality and overall wellbeing. As for the online content, it has been empowering creating images and videos that my subscribers enjoy, and I value being able to connect with people from all over the world.

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 a companion and content creator who got into the industry with the right luck and timing, and having a friend who was already in the industry. I offer my time and energy to individual sessions with clients, and use an adult content creation platform where I share exclusive photos and videos with my subscribers. I make my clients feel valued and cared for. I believe my empathetic nature and approachable personality set me apart from others. I am most proud of how I have crafted my image and advertising, and how I make others feel good about themselves. I would like others to know I am always coming up with new creative ideas that inspire my photoshoots, content, posts, and in person dates.

For you, what’s the most rewarding aspect of being a creative?

The most rewarding aspect of being a creative individual is the autonomy I have over my schedule and how I utilize my time. If I want to travel somewhere on a whim, I can. If I want to enroll in a wellness retreat, I can. If I want to curl up with my dog on the couch, there’s nothing stopping me. I learned from a young age that I didn’t want a boss I would be held accountable to.

Any insights you can share with us about how you built up your social media presence?

For Twitter, I did a lot of photoshoots and posted photos 5-7 days a week, responded to comments and commented on other people’s pages. The consistency of posting really helped grow my account. I would recommend newbies to try this method if they’re no