Julie Burstein is fascinated by the roots of creativity, and she has pursued that passion through her work as a reporter, producer, and host at WNYC and PRI. In 2000, Julie created Studio 360, public radio’s premiere guide to pop culture and the arts, for Public Radio International. Julie led the Peabody Award-winning creative team at WNYC for the show’s first eight years, leaving her post as Executive Producer to write "Spark: How Creativity Works," her first book.
Partnerships are always challenging, but that challenge also offers room to create something that you could never have created all alone.
Sometimes what seems like your biggest obstacle can actually become your greatest source for self-confidence.