Can't Sell This

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Jared Ficklin, co-founder of Argo Design and product designer chats with Hugh and Stefan about his history.
Uplift Kitchen TO co-founders, Antonia Lawrence and Emily Carson, speak about their food initiative created to serve the Black community in Toronto.
David Bastedo, offical photographer of the Tragically Hip talks about his career in digital, experiential and photography.
Wes Grubbs has spent 15 years with an eye on data and how it can be beautifully expressed.
From tagging to teaching to pursuing an art career, Aaron has walked his own unique path. Listen to his conversation with Hugh.
Andrew and his wife Michelle made custom fixtures for their own. After being asked by the venue for copies, they realized they could make a business out of it. Andrew chats with Hugh about the past, present and future of Agduzit.
Foam-smith and cosplayer Charles Xavier Conley of Ebony Warrior Studios. After a decade of experience, Charles Xavier has made a career out of recreating characters from video games and films.
Jared Ficklin, founder of Argo Design and Dré Labre, futurist, speak with Hugh and Stefan about current events using the lens of a hopeful future.
Natalie Zina Walschots, author of Hench, returns to speak with Hugh and Stefan. Natalie joined Hugh in studio in Mar. Stefan loved the subject so much he asked for a follow up. While under quarantine for COVID-19, we sat down over Hangouts to do just that.
Stefan joins Hugh again to discuss the goings-on with the podcast and life, in general. Recorded on Mar 18th, 2020 at the beginning of social distancing restrictions for Covid-19
Embreate and Plai Factory co-founder Scott Nihill sits with Hugh to talk creative process and fund-raising.
Jeff Wright, recording engineer and director, sits with Hugh to discuss 20 plus years of working in audio.
SOOTSOAP Supply Co. co-founder, K. Dee Howard chats with Hugh about starting a new venture. From deciding to help firefigters' with the toxins they end up carrying around to launching a full-fledged soap company.
Natalie Zina Walschots discusses her novel Hench. From the inception of the idea to writing the novel to knowing its release date, Natalie chats with Hugh about villains and heroes and the costs of heroic interventions.
Director, director, experience-maker, Gmunk, chats with Hugh on a chill Friday evening. They talk about 20 years of innovating and inspiration AND inspiration for Gmunk.
Creator of Cinema Redux and Produced for Use, Brendan Dawes chats with Hugh about his career path from Flash to installations for Price Waterhouse Cooper.
Libs Elliott and Hugh sit down to talk about how she went from advertising to being a full-time textile artist and quilter.
NASA software engineer, Ben Feist, chats with Stefan and Hugh about his career path from the world of advertising to working for NASA. All thanks to a side project, Apollo 17 in real time.
Mario Klingemann in conversation with Hugh about his art, AI auctions, the process of creation using GANs (Generative Adversersial Neural Networks).
Laurie Petrou speaks with Hugh about her new novel, Love, Heather. In addition, they discuss the writing process and publishing and how to make it work.
Creators of the weekly Twitter meetup #womenwork, Meg Button and Shannon Hunter, join Stefan and Hugh in the studio to discuss freelance, running a business and women helping women succeed.
Hardware-maker and developer, Eugene Andruszczenko, sits with Hugh and Stefan to talk about product development. From a successful Kickstarter to a Retro ESP32
Anthea Foyer, Project Lead for the City of Mississauga's Smart City, speaks with Hugh and Stef. We discuss art, collaboration, creating a single-home music festival and being a lifelong creative.
Stef and Hugh sit down for a chat with John Rooney to talk about his career programming animation and kid’s content for some of the biggest channels in Canada, his insights into what to do—and what to avoid—when pitching ideas, and the crazy world of cartoon creators!
Scott Wilk, of Wilk Watchworks, talks about the life of a craftsperson. From a graduate of NSCAD to gemology to now watchmaking
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Podcast Details

Created by
Hugh Elliott
Podcast Status
Aug 31st, 2018
Latest Episode
Oct 23rd, 2020
Release Period
2 per month
Avg. Episode Length
About 2 hours

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