source Daisie App Maisie Williams, who plays Arya Stark on “Game of Thrones,” just launched an app (called “Daisie”) that aims to find creative talent across multiple industries. Daisie, which launched Wednesday, is meant to be a “safe place” for creative people to upload their projects and potentially meet other people to collaborate with. Business Insider sat down with Williams and the app’s cofounder, Dom Santry, in New York City to discuss their hopes for the app and its goals to shake up creative industries by helping artists with little resources to get their foot in the door. In the entertainment industry, it’s nearly impossible to get your foot in the door if you don’t know someone on the other side of it. Maisie Williams’ life changed for good when she was 12 years old. She had recently gotten an agent who was also new to the business. Her agent, a drama teacher who saw that a lot of her students struggled with getting representation, decided to become one herself, so she could make things happen for them. “I was maybe one of 20 kids she had,” Williams told Business Insider. “And my second audition was for ‘Game of Thrones.’”… Read full this story
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