One Thing Real Quick

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Thanks to all who listened to season one of this podcast. Thanks to my family and all those who supported me while creating it. Thanks to John M. Craig for his editorial support. Thank's to Libro.fm for your willingness to support the show. Her
We’re picking up part two of an audio documentary about an audio drama. Lex Noteboom is an independent podcast creator from Amsterdam. He’s the creator of an audio drama called The Deca Tapes. It’s a sci-fi-ish dystopian-future mystery show. In
Lex Noteboom is an independent podcast creator from Amsterdam. He’s the creator of an audio drama called The Deca Tapes. It’s a sci-fi-ish dystopian-future mystery show. In March of 2018, Lex quit his job in advertising and spent a year writing
Meet Rachel Alina, a Brooklyn-based mixing engineer, poet, and instructor at Berklee College of Music. She's been in the studio with Gabriel Garzon-Montano, Katy Perry, King Garbage, Selena Gomez, Greg Wells, Helado Negro, Stephen Marley and ot
Rachel Alina is a Brooklyn-based mixing engineer, poet, and instructor at Berklee College of Music. She's worked on recordings for Katy Perry, King Garbage, Selena Gomez, Greg Wells, Helado Negro, Stephen Marley and others. She's worked in some
Eric Karjaluoto a Vancouver BC based designer. He’s one of the two guys behind SmashLAB, a small design studio which he co-founded 19 years ago. Clients include Arc’teryx, Saltspring Soapworks, The Nature Conservancy, The Vancouver Aquarium, an
The Guest Mary Kate McDevitt is a designer, illustrator, and lettering artist from Philadelphia. Her unique and engaging style embraces the hand-made. Her work has been featured in various print and online publications. Clients include Smuckers
The Guest Misty Johnson is a brand strategist with a specialty in brand naming. She has nearly 20 years experience helping brands name, rename, merge, name products, name services, and name just about anything that has to do with brands. The Qu
This week on the podcast, we’re playing a presentation made by Evan MacDonald about creativity. Back in August of 2017, Evan was invited to speak at the International Design Conference hosted by the Industrial Designers' Society of America. He
The GuestDustin Lau is a musician, songwriter, film composer and producer living in Redlands California, whose work appears on everything from feature length documentaries to short TV spots. He’s performed live on stages around the world, worke
Niles Grey is a filmmaker and director with experience working independently and on the content teams at both GoPro and Moment. His work at GoPro and Moment has given him a unique experience leveraging the every-improving technology found in sm
Seth Lucas is an illustrator and designer with a BFA in graphic design. He is the co-creator of Ello There Outdoors, selling prints and accessories supporting the National Parks and outdoors. He lives in Indianapolis, Indiana, with his wife and
Leslie Chapman is a Canadian goldsmith from Yukon Territory. In the 70’s she and her husband left Calgary Alberta as part of the “back to the land” movement, building their own home in an area that they would later discover was a gold mineral d
Brad Woodard is an Illustrator and designer who, along with his wife, Krystal, operates the studio Brave the Woods. Brad has worked with Target, Baskin Robbins, Simon and Schuster, Intel, Harley Davidson, Honda and loads of others. He teaches w
James Best is an Emmy nominated television writer living in New York City. His first tv gig was writing twitter and webseries for 30 Rock. From there he wrote for VH1, Billy on the Street, and Nickelodeon's comedy/mystery show Welcome to the Wa
Not many will argue that travel is an eye and mind opening experience. Obviously, expanding your vision is valuable to anyone working in a creative capacity. In my conversation with Google designer Lauren Celenza, I ask “What impact has travel
Understanding where a creative comes from can go a long way in understanding their creative work. Sinkane (the music of Ahmed Gallab) writes music rich with references to his homeland, Sundan. In this episode, Sinkane talks about how his parent
This week I ask David Dombrowski, an industrial designer with over 30 years of design experience, “How has the intangible, digital world influenced the physical objects that you design?” Tune in for our conversation about the tools we as design
Just days after returning from a 16 month surfing expedition if Africa, Joaquin Azulay of Gauchos Del Mar sat down with me to answer my question, “What’s the relationship between your passion for surfing and the craft of creating films?” In thi
Annie Spratt is a delight. She’s a prolific amatuer photographer with thousands of photos which can be found on the covers of books, album covers, posters, greeting cards and countless other places (not bad for an amatuer!). In this episode she
…a new podcast about creativity! Click that triangle below to listen to the trailer. Over the last few months, I’ve been collecting interviews with some incredibly creative people. Each short, focused interview features a single question (u
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