Maisie Williams has launched a new social app “Daisie” — co-founded with film producer Dom Santry — which will support artists to gain exposure and make connections.
Daisie is a networking app, which aims to connect people from creative industries by sharing their projects and new business opportunities in a new dedicated platform.
Creators are expected to share original content, discover and get inspired to start new discussions and make ideas and projects happen.
These “creators” defined as the people, who have a passion for building, teamwork or doing; as filmmakers, writers, readers, listeners & speakers, poets, dancers, singers, chefs, entrepreneurs, developers & and architects of all ages, all regions, all nationalities have while revealing their works.
The new app supports five creative industries; film, photography, music, fashion, and art for now. However, there are already plans to add more in the future as the co-founder Dom Santry shared in a blog post this year.
Dom Santry and Maisie Williams
Maisie Williams said in a statement:
I couldn’t be happier about the change we are currently seeing in creative industries and the movement towards women becoming truly valued. I want Daisie to give other creatives the opportunities that I was lucky enough to receive at the beginning of my career.
Daisie will break down the archaic gap between youth and creative jobs; offering new opportunities for individuals to collaborate, learn and create — establishing a new way for talented individuals to be discovered and employed.
With the new platform, creators will be credited properly for their work and will receive feedbacks as well. The app will also feature live Q&A sessions from the industry experts called “Question Time (QT)”
Building a playground for creative collaboration and putting creators at the centre of the digital world, Daisie is a result of a clear and worth saying mission shared by Maisie Williams:
“To revolutionise the way young people use social media.“