Here at Frances Roy, we seek motivation and inspiration through books, movies, podcasts, music, magazines, blogs, and so forth. Creativity presents itself in many forms and we harness that creativity through these exposures. By sharing our team RWL’s with you, we hope to extend this inspiration and offer it as a platform for contagious creativity. As we present our individual RWL’s, we ask you to share your own RWL’s with us. Where do you find creative inspiration?

Shantelle P. Dedicke, CMP President/Chief Creative Officer

R: Book of Qualities by J. Ruth Gender and My Life in France by Julia Child, Alex Prud’homme
W: Making It, Castle Rock (Hulu Originals), Vikings (The History Channel)
L: Second Life podcast by MyDomaine

Janae Erickson, Art Director

R: Creativity Inc. by Ed Catmull
W: Death in Paradise
L: Where are the Baby Dinosaurs? (TED Talk)

Hillaree Durso, Content Director

R: The Woman I Wanted to Be by Diane Von Furstenberg
W: Made in Chelsea
L: Personality Hacker podcast

Annalise Dedicke, Office Manager

R: The Sister by Louise Jensen
W: The 100, Bob’s Burgers, The Originals, and Vampire Diaries
L: Here We Are Again and Thinking About You by Caggie

Elizabeth Kelton, Communications Coordinator

R: The Name of the Wind by Patrick Rothfuss
W: Elder Millennial – Iliza Schlesinger
L: Private Parts podcast

Korie Large, Social Media Coordinator

R: Call Me by Your Name by André Aciman
W: Grown-ish
L: God is a Woman by Ariana Grande

Kelsey King, Social Media Strategist

R: The Harry Potter Series by J.K. Rowling
W: Friends
L: Teacher’s Pet podcast

Erin Rosetti, Public Relations Strategist

R: She’s Still There by Crystal Evans Hurst
W: John Adams Series
L: Missing and Murdered podcast

Gregory Dedicke, Start Up Launch Initiative

R: AR10 Armor Textbook
W: Friends and The 100
L: Hozier