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This episode we have our guest from Episode 3 return. She talks about her music business and Joseph discusses a man who broke into Voodoo Donuts to steal a box of Donuts. He was caught with the donuts.
It's another solocast!!! I describe the agonizing pain of breaking the upper part of your femur, the excruciating pain when they moved me to the stretcher, and how the hospital lost my keys in all the madness.
In this episode Fred discusses the cold and hard realities of war. His close friend Bill was killed in action and he discusses how and why this happened, beat for beat. he tells the tragic story of whole team of Marine Special Ops soldiers suddenly killed while sleeping in camp by an electrical fire in Herat, Afghanistan. Art: Music: Insta: Twitter:
Jessica is a model who would one day like to go into acting. I ask her all kinds of questions in this one of a kind interview, done through instagram. This was the only podcast not done live in the studio.
On this episode Joseph does a solocast. His guest cancelled on him so he went over why she cancelled and why he is no longer going to have this toxic friend in his life.
Joseph Ady interviews Instructor and Technician at Bullseye Glass in Portland, OR Video Version -
In this Episode Joseph interviews Calysta, who is not only beautiful, but talented as well! She is a very busy person, but she took time out of her day to come to the studio and answer questions about how she wrote her songs, how she came to be the singer of Fortune's Folly, and a behind the scenes look on her amazing instagram shoots. This is not one you want to miss! Video is posted below.
Timothy Reed was a hobby photographer, and he became really good at it. He made it a passion, and went for it! Tim got started in Photography four years ago, and he had no formal training. Everything he learned was self taught through youtube videos. He has a Nikon D750 Full Frame professional grade camera. He found more passion in photo stills then with video work. When he is on instagram he likes to use the #portlandmodel hashtag. You never know who you can find to collaborate! Tim loves tetris, and so do I!
His musician dad told him not to go into music, but Lance decided to go for a liberal arts degree at Suny Albany. Instead of going for a major in Psychology he decided to pursue music full time. He had to start over in Berkeley as a freshman but stopped after a year and a half. After leaving Berkeley he started teaching guitar on a full time schedule. He found that it was unstable as students would leave town for summer vacation or christmas break. He also wasn't getting any benefits. This led to him working in different offices such as a gps company as a trainer in his Mid thirties. He would eventually find a gig on a cruise ship as a musician.
Joseph Ady interviews Mandie Jackson and she give an insight on being a photographer and creative designer in Portland. She hadn't intended to move to Portland from Twin Falls, Idaho originally, but she does love the artist's atmosphere that it provides. She uses a DSLR camera. Link to video version:
Amber has been a photographer for fifteen plus years in Portland, Oregon. She started off in the depths of photo studios like JCpenney and sears and taking photos of kids at lifetouch. Really, it is about picking up the camera and doing it yourself. You can't be taught that. Here is a link to a video version of the show.
We talk about the world of herbs and its medicinal properties, on this episode. Arati was originally from Iowa and has been living in Portland, Oregon for over 12 years.
She was staying at an AirBNB, and it was a little bit of an unfortunate experience that she had with another photographer and colleague. While he was off doing another shoot at a different AirBNB, she took a series of striking and emotional self-portraits in this tiny room, and I think we can all agree he made a big mistake. Who knows if the shot would have been captured the same way though..... Instagram @Sammyanne.creative Youtube video of the show
Want to know what it is like to be a clown stripper? Then listen to this amazing interview. This is a series that goes in depth and gets to know all the people that live in Portland.
Joseph Ady interviews H3xx (Rob) on People from Portland podcast. His is a DJ at local venues across the Portland, OR area. We also discuss many other things, such as Doctor Who.
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Joseph Ady interviews Derrick Long, who has been an introvert coach for over 3 years. Joseph delves deep into his life and they discuss why he became an introvert, and the differences and introvert and an extrovert. We also discuss a breakup he had recently.
Lorraine Monroe is a fashion model who gets lots of likes on instagram, all the time. You will enjoy this episode immensely!
I interview Amanda in this episode, she is one half of the travelling food girls! We went to Angelina's to eat a Gyro and she absolutely loved it. it is my favorite place to eat in Portland, Oregon.
Joseph Ady interviews Una Solitaire in this episode, a stripper from Portland, Oregon. We discuss why she started this career path, and other interesting things, like.. has she ever had someone shoot a load of cum on her during a lap dance? Find out on this episode!
Mark is the interesting blend of Blue Collar, Art and Music. He is an enigma, much like the riddler and when one truly gets to know him they can understand that this is Portland... WE ARE PORTLAND.
On February 19th I went to a portrait class and was drawn by 6 artists. Chaitan was the teacher of the that class, and Connor drew the portrait that is the picture of the episode. Listen to the interview if you want to learn about drawing and life in Portland Oregon.
In this phenomenal interviewer we interview a local popup pizza shop that goes anywhere in Portland to make amazing woodfired Pizza!
Melissa is an artist that hails from Portland, OR. Her parents were missionaries and she was able to experience Peru and Machu Pichu early in her life. Her family was in the military, so she was able to travel around the states as a kid too. She didn't start painting until twenty-six but after she saw Jessie painting a mural at a coffee shop she was inspired to be an artist herself. She went home that night and starting pouring paint on random pieces of glass and wood and what it became.... was amazing.
I interview a model in Portland this episode. Find out what it takes to succeed as a model in this industry, and also catch a really funny story about her experience on a nude beach!
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People Of Portland and Beyond Podcast
Podcast Status
Dec 12th, 2018
Latest Episode
Mar 24th, 2020
Release Period
Avg. Episode Length
About 1 hour

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