Joanna Kalafatis is an actress living and working in Los Angeles as well as the travel blogger and photographer behind Lose the Map. When she’s not auditioning or acting she spends her time exploring other countries where she stays, eats and dr
Daniel E. Williams received his MFA in Film from Howard University in 1998 and in 2000 he won Best of Show at the Rosebud Film and Video Festival for his thesis film A Thousand Days a Year. He currently teaches film production at Bowling Green
This is a special mini-episode of Odyssey and Muse where we check in with people that are about to embark on or are in the middle of an adventure around the world. In this episode I catch up with Russ McCoy of Man Bike World. Russ is in the mid
Ryan Bury is originally from Perrysburg, Ohio. Since graduating Bowling Green State University, he has lived and worked in Los Angeles. He’s been the post-production manager on TV shows like America’s Got Talent, The X Factor, The Secret Lives
Gary Arndt has mastered the art of world travel. He sold his house in 2007 and has been on the road ever since. A short time into his journey he decided to take his blogging and photography seriously, and within 4 years he went from amateur to
Matthew Scott is an Australian cinematographer living in Tasmania. He is constantly exploring and pushing for the mastery of his craft. He also enjoys cooking, retro games, playing piano and going on adventures with his lover.
“Share shit. Be
This is a special episode of Odyssey and Muse. This is going to be the first of possibly many little in-between-isodes where we check in with people that are about to embark on or are in the middle of an adventure around the world. In this epis
Bobby McCall is a singer, songwriter and musician from Las Vegas. He bought a guitar when he was 17 and has been focused on honing his skills and writing music ever since.
After parting ways with the band The Ill Figures, he started the gritt
Vic May is from, Anamosa, Iowa. He grew up in a creative family where he was encouraged to pursue his desire to act in theater. He graduated from Simpson College, then lived in Chicago, acting in the Red Tape Theater and other venues before mov
Marquette Jones is from Youngstown, Ohio, not far from where I grew up. She’s an alumna of NYU’s graduate film program, but before becoming a filmmaker, Marquette was a public interest attorney in Oakland, California.
Her work includes her mos
Hannah Nicol is an academic advisor in international student affairs, teaches ESL classes at a university level, and spends all of her spare time traveling and dancing.
“I can do anything for a year.”
In this conversation we go into her early
In this episode I talk with my friend, Frank Fleming. He’s an adventurer and the owner-operator of lawn care service in Vancouver, Canada. But it’s more than that. Frank is interested in sustainable ecosystems, and converting lawns into gardens
In this episode I talk with my friend, Murphy Martin. He’s an actor on his way to stardom, living and working in Los Angeles. We have an amazing conversation about the craft of acting, Murphy’s twists and turns on his way to following his passi
In this episode I talk with one of my friends, Angela Kerfoot. She’s a singer, songwriter, performance artist and social worker living in Las Vegas. She has a unique style and loves to collaborate with other artists and musicians. We dig into h
In this episode I talk with one of my best friends, Nick Army. He was an award winning TV producer/director/videographer at WBGU-PBS. He’s currently a Producer/Editor/Director of Photography at Hart: Advertising Agency. And he’s probably the sm
In this episode I talk with my friend, Britt George. He is an actor, producer, writer and director living in Los Angeles. Some of the shows he’s acted on include Cryptid: The Swamp Beast, True Blood, Dexter and Boston Legal. We talk about becom
In this episode I talk with Cameron Dorn. He is a champion endurance athlete, an adventure junkie, and the founder of The Suitcase of Courage. We talk about breaking Guinness World Records, travel, athletics, volunteering for good causes and li
In this episode I talk with my friend, Mislav Marohnić. He’s a software craftsman from Croatia. He programs, works for GitHub and enjoys traveling the world. We talk about working on the road, Burning Man, and the experience and effects of long
In this episode I talk with my friend, Amy Javens. She is a mother of three, a wife, a coach for QT2 Systems and a professional Ironman Triathlete. We talk about the sport, becoming a pro racer, avoiding injury, and the mental and spiritual fue
In this episode I talk with friend Liam Garrison. He is a student at the University of Oxford, England, a cyclist, a climber and an all around adventure junkie. We talk about the challenges and excitement of travel, the stigma of hitchhiking an
In this episode, I talk with my friend, Crissie McCree, She is an award-winning singer-songwriter living in Nashville, TN. We talk about how playing music helped her through tough times, the challenges of following a career in music, and her ne
In this episode, I talk with another great friend, Russ McCoy, whom I literally met on the road in Northern Oregon. We talk about how he got out of debt, sold it all, and decided to tour the country for 5 months on a bicycle.
Follow all of Ru
In this first episode of Odyssey & Muse, I talk to a good friend and filmmaker Sean Cruser about his process and how he has developed his craft. Everything from the disasters to the successes.
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