Zac is Gimlet Creative's Director of Audio Production. He loves helping brands find their sound and dreams in Pro Tools shortcuts. Before joining Gimlet he worked in Audio Post Production at Chicago Recording Company.
Chloe Kim is a snowboarding legend. Fresh off a 2018 Olympic Gold medal, she’s at the top of her sport. What gives Chloe her notorious edge is not just her physical ability, it’s her unstoppable drive to advance the sport. A drive that helps her rise above obstacles and find the strength to tackle new challenges. In this episode, Chloe makes history by landing a trick no woman in the sport has done before-- the Frontside, Double Cork 1080.
Maya Moore is a four-time WNBA Champion, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, and two-time NCAA Champion. She is one of the greatest basketball players in the history of the sport. Her wins on the court helped her realize her purpose off the court. As Maya was rising to basketball stardom, she started a non-profit called Win With Justice and now she uses her voice and platform to speak out against social injustice.
From the very first moment Ibtihaj Muhammad put on a fencing uniform, she felt like a super hero. Since the fencing mask covered her hijab, she could stand out for her skill and ability rather than her appearance. Off the fencing strip, Ibtihaj had to deal with the many obstacles that accompany being an African American Muslim woman wearing hijab. Ibtihaj was often judged and singled out for being different, but it forced her to work even harder. Ultimately, her incredible will to win would lead her to defy stereotypes and become one of the greatest fencers in the world.
Carissa Moore is a three-time World Champion surfer. She's one of the greatest in the sport. With all her success, it’s hard to imagine that she still struggles to find her self-confidence. We follow Carissa at the Surf Ranch Pro, a brand-new event, held at a state-of-the-art wave pool over 100 miles from the nearest ocean. The competition tests Carissa both in and out of the water, and challenges her strength to speak louder than her own uncertainty.