David Frangioni is a renowned audiophile consultant, recording engineer, studio installer, drummer, producer, and technologist.
Dan Brunn is the founder of Dan Brunn Architecture firm, founded in Los Angeles, California in 2005. Dan Brunn Architecture designs and develops commercial and residential projects worldwide and prides itself on crafting architecture that respects the site and provokes a sensuous interaction with the environment. DBA focuses on purposeful modernism that heightens the user’s understanding and connection with the space. For full show notes, head over to https://davidjfrangioni.com/podcast/dan-brunn
Brian Wickersham is the owner and lead architect at AUX architecture in Los Angeles, California. AUX is a design studio started in 2008 committed to the thorough investigation of functionality, spatial qualities, and materiality in the built environment and with a specialty in creative problem-solving. To read of the rest of the show notes, head over to https://davidjfrangioni.com/podcast/brian-wickersham
James Heimler is the principal architect at James Heimler Architect Inc in Southern California. He has received many awards for design excellence and community service throughout the years, including the 30-year award for Community Service by San Fernando Valley American Institute of Architects in 2012 and the Los Angeles Certified Green Business Award by the city of Los Angeles in 2014. James Heimler Architect Inc, JHAI, is one of the leading sustainable design LEED-AP certified architecture firms in California for environmentally sustainable design practices and spatial architectural planning. JHAI coordinates projects from its initial inception through design, community, governmental approvals, bidding and construction. In the process of integrating different design solutions, JHAI incorporates sustainable design architectural principles through passive solar, energy-efficient systems and environmentally friendly building materials. Find the shownotes with all links for this episode at: https://links.jonbstrong.com/LIFE-James-Heimler
With us in this episode we have philanthropist and mentor, Dwyane Wade Senior, sharing his motivational story on being a father in Chicago in the 1980s. With an alarming rate of gang violence and drug usage at the time, Dwyane tells us about the importance of a strong mentor's presence in the lives of the youth and its following positive effects. His own personal experience with quite literally running from different gangs and refusing their requests to join them lead him to create the predecessor of what is today the Pro Pops foundation. How important is the influence of a parent or mentor in the lives of the younger generation? How did Dwyane's determination and strong influence lead to the success of Dwyane Wade Junior, the former professional basketball player? Along with the answers to these question, this episode digs deeper into the life and growth of Dwyane Wade Junior from a father's perspective, while also covering the future plans of Pro Pops and the upcoming documentaries of the father and son during the 2020 All-Star Weekend. For full show notes including the transcript and all links mentioned in the episode, go to https://davidjfrangioni.com/podcast/dwyane-wade-senior
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21 hours, 58 minutes