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Opening Presence with Aaron Robinson
71 Twixx Williams: Don't Look Back!

Opening Presence with Aaron Robinson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 64:40


Twixx Williams is a young man who wears many hats but you'll most likely catch him wearing his signature Pink Beanie. He is a Creative Director, Videographer and Innovator born and raised in Portland Oregon. In this conversation, we discuss his unconditional Love for Music ,  always being in the right place at the right time, and how playing the drums gave him the discipline and mindset to thrive in whatever lane he chooses to apply himself. If you enjoy this episode, make sure to share it with a friend. Contact: Website: pinkbeanie.com IG: @twixx.williams --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/openingpresence/support

Strange on Purpose
Arwa al Banawi

Strange on Purpose

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 18, 2021 16:30


In this episode, I'm joined by Arwa al Banawi ( @arwaalbanawi ). She's a Founder, Designer and Creative Director from Saudi Arabia. Arwa talks about her journey as a designer, failure and we leave some time to talk about her recent collaboration with Adidas Originals on the Forum ADV. --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/strangeonpurpose/support

Happy Hour with Lucy & Nikki
Started From The Bottom Now We're Here ft. Kim And Char From Princess Polly

Happy Hour with Lucy & Nikki

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 17, 2021 68:00


Hey Punters, in today's episode we chat with two of our closest friends who also happen to be killing it in their careers at Princess Polly as Creative Director and Stylist/Social Media Manager. In this ep we talk about climbing the corporate ladder, standing out to get your dream job, cracking into the fashion industry and the BTS of Princess Polly.Breakdown of this episode - Wildest stories - How the girls all know each other - Lucy's first day working at Princess Polly - How Kim and Char started at Princess Polly and worked their way up the ladder - What the girls do in their day to day roles - The culture at Princess Polly - Tips for climbing the ladder & getting your dream job- The inspo behind the new Princess Polly office - Tips for standing out when building your resume - How to break into the fashion industry - What's next This episode was brought to you by Princess PollyHead to www.princesspolly.com and use code HAPPY20 to get 20% off your order.Exclusions apply and only for a limited timeCREDITS:Hosts: Lucy Jackson @Lucykatejackson & Nikki Westcott @nikkiwestcottt @wethe_wildonesGuests: Kim Smith @kimberly_smith & Charlotte Bergemann @char_bergsThis podcast is part of The Spin Studio network @thespinstudionetworkExecutive Producer: Courtney Mangan @courtneymanganTechnical Producer: Adam Gauder @adamgauderTo shop Jagger & Stone visit http://www.jaggerandstone.com

Smart Business Writing with Kent Sanders
Cathy Davis: How Someone Decides to Buy Your Book

Smart Business Writing with Kent Sanders

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 16, 2021 33:23


It seems like such a simple question, but the answers are more profound than you realize: What is the thinking process a person goes through when they are deciding whether to buy your book? I'm excited to have my friend, Cathy Davis, here on this episode to walk us through some answers. Cathy spent the bulk of her career as a Designer and Creative Director at Bank of America's Trust Division, managing a team of 18 designers and print specialists. Then, in January 2004, she founded Davis Creative, LLC after corporate downsizing. What originally began as a boutique creative services agency is now known as Davis Creative Publishing Partners, a sought-after publishing industry leader providing concierge publishing services for authors around the corner and around the world. Books are in Cathy's DNA and have always played a big role in her life. Cathy believes we all have a story to tell, and it is through our stories that we are able to find our voice, share our wisdom, and make a difference in the lives of others. Wisdom not shared is wisdom lost forever. In this conversation, Cathy walks through the elements of a book that influence a buyer's purchasing decision. We talk about the importance of your title, book cover, fonts, the Table of Contents, and more. This is one of the most illuminating and interesting conversations I've had in a long time. And not only that, Cathy is also based here in St. Louis, so it's always good to have a fellow St. Louisan on the show! Click on the links below to enjoy Cathy's free downloads, buy her book, or connect with her on social media: Get Cathy's books Check out Cathy's podcast Download Cathy's FREE resource, “Know Your Publishing Options” Snag Cathy's FREE download, “100 Top Book Marketing Tips” Email Cathy Check out Cathy's website Connect with Cathy on LinkedIn Watch Cathy's YouTube Channel Friend Cathy on Facebook Follow Cathy on Instagram *** Are you looking for a community of enthusiastic, generous writers to help you build better habits and grow your writing business? Check out our Daily Writer Community.      Check out our Daily Writing Prompts, which will help you break through creative blocks, brainstorm new ideas, and get back into a state of flow. Writing prompts are a fantastic creative tool for creative writing, journaling, teaching, social media posts, podcasting, and more!     Connect with Kent:     https://DailyWriterLife.com     Facebook: https://facebook.com/kent.sanders     Instagram: https://instagram.com/kentsanders     LinkedIn: https://linkedin.com/in/kent-sanders     Twitter: https://twitter.com/kentsanders    

Talking Nonprofits with Tephanie
Catalyzing Change By Branding Nonprofits

Talking Nonprofits with Tephanie

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 21:05


Meet Eric Ressler Eric is the Founder and Creative Director at Cosmic, a Social Impact Creative Agency. Cosmic empowers social impact organizations to catalyze real-world change by helping them nail their impact story, build brand awareness, and inspire action. Eric got his start in design from a very young age, and after leaving a design program in San Diego early to pursue freelance work, he cut his teeth running a freelance business in the digital design space. After organically building a strong roster of clients, he discovered a passion for the social impact and philanthropic space. On the podcast, we discuss: -What's a social organization -Scarcity Mindset of nonprofits -Why social organizations should be concerned with their brand If your nonprofit needs rebranding, listen to this podcast. https://designbycosmic.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/company/design-by-cosmic-inc-/

Entreprendre dans la mode
Gauthier Borsarello — Ce client, il faut l'éduquer, vers « moins consommer, mais mieux » (rediffusion)

Entreprendre dans la mode

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 15, 2021 73:58


Dans cet épisode sorti initialement en octobre 2018, nous allons à la rencontre de Gauthier Borsarello, le fondateur de Gauthier Borsarello Showroom, une collection de vêtements vintage créée depuis de nombreuses années à destination des professionnels de la mode. Il est également le Style Director de Holiday Boileau, la marque de vêtements du projet HOLIDAY, du directeur artistique entrepreneur Franck Durand, il est Creative Director de la marque de vêtements Kidur, et il est le co fondateur avec Marc Beaugé du magazine lancé le 18 octobre dernier, L'Etiquette. Dans cet épisode, on revient sur son parcours atypique, on parle de chacun de ses projets, de sa vision de la mode, de comment il jongle entre toutes ses activités et de beaucoup d'autres sujets. J'ai adoré interviewer Gauthier, j'espère que vous prendrez autant de plaisir à l'écouter. Pour suivre Gauthier sur InstagramSes projets : Gauthier Borsarello Showroom, Holiday Boileau, Kidur, L'Etiquette Magazine POUR SE RETROUVER DANS L'ÉPISODE 01:30 Gauthier se présente et reprend son parcours 06:30 Les années Ralph Lauren et Double RL en tant que Vintage Spécialiste 13:00 Sa rencontre avec Ramdane Touhami 15:45 Sa rencontre avec Franck Durand, cette idée de développer le quartier 22:00 Sa facilité avec les gens, d'ou vient elle 24:00 Comment il choisit ses projets 26:40 Pourquoi il a suivi Franck Durand, pourquoi il ne se dit pas designer 30:30 Avec qui il travaille aujourd'hui sur la partie vintage, comment les vêtements vintage sont utilisés dans les studios, comment il se source en vintage, comment il choisit ses pièces, combien coute une pièce très rare 39:00 Comment il voit le marché de l'industrie de la mode évoluer 44:00 Son avis sur le reportage de Cash Investigation sur le luxe 48:00 Comment il gère son quotidien, Holiday, la vision de Franck Durand pour Holiday, comment décliner sa vision globale lifestyle dans une ligne de vêtements 51:20 Kidur 55:30 Magazine L'Etiquette, le cycle de la mode 01:03:00 Comment il fait pour gérer autant de projets de fronts, à quoi ressemblent ses journées, sa vision pour son futurKEYLEARNING Même si je suis impressionné au fond de moi, mes parents m'ont appris à parler de la même façon à tout le monde. Ma concierge m'apprécie autant qu'un Franck Durand peut m'aimer, je ne mets pas de filtre. Par contre, si je n'aime pas quelqu'un, je ne mets pas de filtre non plus. Je suis extrêmement entier, j'ai besoin d'admirer les gens. J'admire les gens pour leur gentillesse, pour leur talent, pour leur vision ou pour leur capacité à travailler, j'ai besoin de voir que des personnes ont quelque chose que les autres n'ont pas. Quand je vois des grands DA qui sont aujourd'hui dans des maisons de luxes qui sont finalement comme moi ; des gens qui aiment le vêtement et qui se disent : « je vais prendre ce vintage et je vais le refaire », sauf que moi j'assume pleinement cela, je l'embrasse complètement. Pour moi, un vrai designer est quelqu'un qui prend son ordinateur ou un crayon et qui vous fait une fiche technique, qui est capable de faire une gradation, de faire un développement sur mannequin, faire du flou… quelque chose que je ne sais pas faire du tout. Moi, je suis un synthétiseur de savoir-faire, je fédère peut-être des gens, mais ce serait mépriser le travail d'un vrai designer de dire que j'en suis un. Je pense que le whole sale va souffrir, les marques vont se structurer avec un flagship vraiment représentatif d'images avec une très belle architecture, un service de qualité, etc. Un e-shop très compétitif où tu peux recevoir rapidement ta marchandise. En réalité, le fait d'être distribué dans le monde entier dans des gros multi-store qui font des marges et des soldes colossales, tout ce principe va s'écrémer car on se rend compte que les clients veulent payer le vrai prix, à part les clientèles émergentes qui sont prêtent à payer n'importe quoi à n'importe quel prix, pour avoir le truc et pour avoir un marqueur social. Je pense que petit à petit les marges vont diminuer, que le wholsale va disparaitre, que les marques vont structurer leurs ventes en direct, que du coup cette double marge – qui est un minimum de 5 entre le coût de fabrication et le prix de revente – doit être coupée… Ce client, il faut l'éduquer, vers « moins consommer, mais mieux ». Le luxe, c'est le temps nécessaire et incompressible à l'élaboration d'un produit dans la matière et la fabrication. J'ai l'impression que les groupes de luxe font tout pour qu'on oublie ce qu'est le luxe. Pour moi, le luxe absolu, c'est quand un DA va voir un artisan, quand quelqu'un qui a le goût de faire un produit qui va plaire, choisit de le faire avec un artisan. Là, pour moi, on est tout en haut. Une fois que t'es DA chez Vuitton, t'es plus underground au même titre que le punk lorsqu'il est mort. C'est qu'il était trop visible quand il était chez Vivienne Westwood, chez Jean Paul Gautier, dans les années 80, le punk était mort et ce n'est pas grave, c'était juste la fin d'une esthétique, la fin d'un monde et c'est bien qu'on passe à autre chose. RÉFÉRENCES DANS L'ÉPISODE ICARTTAJAN https://www.tajan.com/ Ralph Lauren https://www.ralphlauren.fr/ Double RL https://www.ralphlauren.fr/fr/marques/double-rl/hommes/70201 VINTED https://www.vinted.fr/ Doug Bilheimer Acheteur Vintage de Ralph Lauren Vintage Showroom http://www.thevintageshowroom.com/ Cassie Mercantile http://www.cassiemercantile.com/ Ramdane Touhami https://fr.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ramdane_Touhami Franck Durand www.franckdurand.com/ Holiday Café https://www.holiday-paris.fr/cafe.php Beige habilleur https://www.beige-habilleur.com/en/ Super Stitch https://www.instagram.com/superstitchparis/?hl=fr Kdpresse https://www.instagram.com/kdpresse/?hl=fr Camber https://www.camberusa.com/ Hense https://www.hanes.com/shop/hanes/hanes-beefy-t-short-sleeve-t-shirt-6307?redirectLoop=true&originalReferrer=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.fr%2F Cash Investigation https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1IRtRnV92AM Julien Hamon http://jthamon.tumblr.com/ Nicolas Gabar de Husband http://www.husbands-paris.com/ Feedly https://feedly.com/ Photographe http://www.henryleutwyler.com/Pierre Maheo Officine Générale Les tumblrs : http://melancholiceuphoria.tumblr.com / http://kitty-n-classe.tumblr.com / http://gersaintbeaupre.tumblr.com / http://joeinct.tumblr.com See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

Sex And Violence With Rebel Girl
Ep.70 Cindy "Battlecat" Dandois

Sex And Violence With Rebel Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 69:09


This week on  Sex & Violence with Rebel Girl, we talk to a Belgian mixed martial artist who currently competes in Professional Fighters League but is a pioneer of women's MMA! Cindy “Battlecat“ Dandois formerly competed in the Bantamweight and Featherweight divisions in Invicta FC, M-1 Global,Cage Warriors, Rizen & the Ultimate Fighting Championship.She began her judo training at the age of 5, & freestyle wrestling at age 8. She later transitioned into mixed martial arts & trains at Xtreme Couture Mixed Martial Arts & Sikjutsu while she is in the United States.A decorated judoka in her native Belgium, she made her MMA debut in 2009. In her first fight, she squared off with former Invicta title challenger Marloes Coenen & earned a decision win. She also holds wins over UFC's Meegan Anderson, Shelia Gaff & Jorina Baars. She currently holds a 16-7 record. Owns her own gym, Battle Fit Performance Academy  & is a mother of 6!We talk about: 

Twelve Songs of Christmas
Preservation Hall Jazz Band

Twelve Songs of Christmas

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 99:28


The Preservation Hall Jazz Band has worked to be more than just the jazz band your parents knew. Creative Director and tuba player Ben Jaffe has worked to ensure that the New Orleans musical institution has a place in the contemporary music conversation. That has led to some choices that purists have questioned, but it also means the band still has a presence in the culture, unlike many of its peers. This week, I talk to Jaffe about the hall's holiday traditions and its own Christmas recordings, including a collaboration with singer Irma Thomas for the 2013 Holidays Rule compilation, and four Spotify Sessions recordings that the band did for the streaming service with previous 12 Songs guests Big Freedia, Boyfriend, and PJ Morton. In this week's episode, I also talk to Alexandra Scott about new Christmas music from Norah Jones and calypso Christmas music from Mighty Sparrow, Lord Nelson, and Lord Kitchener. This week on the pod, I announced that am making a special listeners-only Christmas mix. If you wish to receive a copy, email me at alex@myspiltmilk.com. If you haven't already done so, please do what you have to do to get Twelve Songs in your podcast feed. You can find us at Apple Podcasts, Google Play, Stitcher, Pandora, and Spotify.   

Design is Everywhere
Beyond the Word: Designing Type

Design is Everywhere

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 14, 2021 46:42


How does type affect the brand identity? In this week's episode, we learn about the power of typography to transform the voice of a brand. Sam is joined by Blake Goodwin, the Founder and President of Proportion Design, a Boston-based branding agency whose work spans all areas of the built environment, extensive lifestyle and consumer verticals, and a broad range of corporate services. Blake chats about his projects and process. Later on in the show, they are joined by Matteo Bologna, the Principal, Creative Director, and Founder of Mucca Design, an award-winning New York-based branding firm that transforms businesses through uncommon creative solutions. Together they discuss how they incorporate typography in their own brand identity projects and how they discovered their love for type design.   For links to resources we discuss in this episode, visit our show page:  Beyond the Word: Designing Type

One Quick Question with Infomedia
Why do stock photos look fake?

One Quick Question with Infomedia

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 14:37


Today's episode of One Quick Question features Caleb Chancey, Creative Director. Caleb and Carrie discuss what stock photos are, best practices for finding good stock imagery and keeping your website's imagery consistent.

Inside Marketing Design
S02E023 Inside Marketing Design at Stripe (with Tatiana Van Campenhout)

Inside Marketing Design

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 50:20


Stripe's website designs are so well-renowned in the design industry that whenever a new version launches, heavily-influenced sites start to pop up around the web. In this episode I speak to Tatiana about how it feels to have your work so publicly praised, copied and critiqued and we get the details on the process the Stripe team went through to bring the 2020 site redesign to life.This season is proudly sponsored by Webflow! Try out the no-code site building tool for yourself right here: http://charli.link/imdpod-webflowLINKSFollow Tatiana on Twitter: https://twitter.com/tatsvc And on Instagram (for beautiful mountain pics!): https://www.instagram.com/zatiana/ Follow Stripe Design on Instagram too for more behind-the-scenes: https://www.instagram.com/stripedesignteam/ Stripe: https://stripe.com/en-es Jobs at Stripe: https://stripe.com/en-es/jobsGet more episodes at https://insidemarketingdesign.co TIMESTAMPS 0:00 - Today's episode! 3:00 - Design team structure & collaboration 6:00 - Responsibilities of different design teams 8:30 - The Stripe brand 11:20 - Kicking off the 2020 site redesign 17:20 - Stress-testing the system 19:30 - Project timeline 24:30 - The site build process at Stripe 26:50 - After a site launch 29:30 - Design & project management tools 30:45 - Collaboration with marketing 33:40 - User research and testing 37:00 - Design trends & inspiration43:00 - Project planning 45:20 - What's next for design at Stripe 49:10 - My takeaways ABOUT THE SHOWInside Marketing Design was created to highlight a different side of design in tech: marketing and brand design. Inside Marketing Design chats with the people designing high-converting landing pages, setting the style for brand imagery, crafting campaigns, and working hand-in-hand with the marketing team. Every episode takes a deep dive into the processes, principles and people who make marketing design happen. You'll hear about how teams are structured, how designers approach projects and what challenges they face. ABOUT THE HOSTInside Marketing Design is hosted by Charli Marie. Charli is the Creative Director at ConvertKit, and has a YouTube channel (CharliMarieTV), where she posts weekly videos with career tips & advice, work streams, and what she's learned throughout her design career. Charli also co-hosts the popular podcast, Design Life. 

Imagine This Podcast
Metamorphosis in Youth Through Art w/ Misha Siegfried

Imagine This Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 79:50


This week, we welcome on Misha Siegfried – musician, producer, designer, and Creative Director at Neu-Life to talk about the organization's upcoming Gallery Night pop-up exhibition created by students.  In the opening, David and Mac talk about our recent community leader gathering and working towards the Imagine year three vision.   Misha joins the pod at 17:40. his previous life as a professional touring musician (19:05), starting at Neu-Life and becoming Creative Director (21:58), growing teaching creative arts at Neu-Life and working towards more equitable access to arts education (28:50), launching Neu-Life TV (37:25), building Neu-Life into a content creation medium and Neu-Life's new building (41:25), opportunity for Milwaukee's creative class (46:50), tikkun olam and Blues music (49:50), joy (56:45), Metamorphosis (58:00), Czar of Arts and Culture (1:10:48).  http://www.neu-life.org/ (Neu Life)  http://www.mishaband.com/ (Misha's personal site)  https://imgflip.com/gif/5pu0ss (Working in the Imagine Salt Mines)  https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-09/the-racially-divided-creative-class (The Racial Divide in the Creative Economy)  https://greatertogether.me/greater-equity-2030/ (Greater Equity)  https://www.thebrandlab.org/ (BrandLab)  https://milwaukeecourieronline.com/index.php/2019/04/13/neu-life-held-grand-opening-for-new-youth-work-innovation-center-and-program-launch/ (Neu-Life Youth Work Innovation Center)  http://arteparatodos.me/ (Arte Para Todos)  Metamorphosis, Fri 10/15 at The Shoppe, 5 – 9 pm  Support this podcast

Imagine This Podcast
Metamorphosis in Youth Through Art w/ Misha Siegfried

Imagine This Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 79:50


This week, we welcome on Misha Siegfried – musician, producer, designer, and Creative Director at Neu-Life to talk about the organization's upcoming Gallery Night pop-up exhibition created by students.  In the opening, David and Mac talk about our recent community leader gathering and working towards the Imagine year three vision.   Misha joins the pod at 17:40. his previous life as a professional touring musician (19:05), starting at Neu-Life and becoming Creative Director (21:58), growing teaching creative arts at Neu-Life and working towards more equitable access to arts education (28:50), launching Neu-Life TV (37:25), building Neu-Life into a content creation medium and Neu-Life's new building (41:25), opportunity for Milwaukee's creative class (46:50), tikkun olam and Blues music (49:50), joy (56:45), Metamorphosis (58:00), Czar of Arts and Culture (1:10:48).  http://www.neu-life.org/ (Neu Life)  http://www.mishaband.com/ (Misha's personal site)  https://imgflip.com/gif/5pu0ss (Working in the Imagine Salt Mines)  https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2016-05-09/the-racially-divided-creative-class (The Racial Divide in the Creative Economy)  https://greatertogether.me/greater-equity-2030/ (Greater Equity)  https://www.thebrandlab.org/ (BrandLab)  https://milwaukeecourieronline.com/index.php/2019/04/13/neu-life-held-grand-opening-for-new-youth-work-innovation-center-and-program-launch/ (Neu-Life Youth Work Innovation Center)  http://arteparatodos.me/ (Arte Para Todos)  Metamorphosis, Fri 10/15 at The Shoppe, 5 – 9 pm  Support this podcast

Breaking Waves: Seattle
Episode 1: Touch Me, I'm Sick

Breaking Waves: Seattle

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 59:42


The series premiere of Breaking Waves: Seattle begins with the untimely death of a Seattle music legend, and takes us back to the very beginnings of the grunge movement, documenting the rise of bands like The Sonics, Green River, Mother Love Bone and Soundgarden, as well as describing the community that nurtured the music in the early days.  Listen as Seattle music legends such as Duff McKagan (Guns ‘N Roses), Kim Thayil (Soundgarden), and Marco Collins (KNDD 107.7 The End) discuss coming up in the local scene, the importance of CZ Records' Deep Six release, the genesis of the “grunge sound,” and the first shot fired in the grunge revolution, Mudhoney's “Touch Me I'm Sick.” Next on Breaking Waves: Seattle, the sound that changed everything—Seattle becomes the center of the musical universe. Breaking Waves was produced for Audacy by Osiris Media. For Audacy, Executive Producers are Tim Murphy and Corey Podolsky. Creative Directors are Dave Richards, Leslie Scott and Ryan Castle. For Osiris Media, Executive Producers are RJ Bee, Kirsten Cluthe and Brad Stratton. The show was produced by Brian Brinkman, and written by Jim Allen. Edited and Mixed by Brad Stratton. Narrated by Ryan Castle.  Learn more about your ad choices. Visit podcastchoices.com/adchoices

PLT: Behind Closed Doors
Molly-Mae then, Molly-Mae now

PLT: Behind Closed Doors

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 12, 2021 58:44


What better way to kick off season 9 than with our very own CREATIVE DIRECTOR of the UK & EU! We take a look back at Molly's first PLT podcast over two years ago, and let's just say, she growwwwn! She's back today to tell us all about her brand new role at PLT as well as her stunning new collection.

DIOR TALKS
[Heritage] Maria Grazia Chiuri and Justine Picardie unpick the multilayered heritage of Dior to reveal some surprising synchronicities

DIOR TALKS

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 16:18


This latest episode in the ‘Dior Talks' podcast series broaches the topic of heritage. In it biographer and journalist Justine Picardie speaks with Maria Grazia Chiuri, Creative Director of Dior women's collections, about the parallels between Monsieur Dior's burst of creativity brought on by his emergence from the trauma and privations of war and the moment in history through which the world is currently living. The importance of the founding couturier's relationship with his younger sister Catherine - coincidentally the subject of Picardie's new book ‘Miss Dior: A Story of Courage and Couture' - is explored as more than simply a familial relationship. Instead, the pair discuss how so many aspects of Monsieur Dior's creativity and the long-established House codes that resulted can trace their source to this sibling bond. The fortune-telling and tarot cards that would shape so many of Monsieur Dior's decisions - and inspire the House's various creative directors, right up to Maria Grazia Chiuri today - grew from an initial fascination with the divinatory arts to a key source of comfort and hope when Catherine was imprisoned during WWII and all contact with her vanished. After she was freed and found, these emotions would be translated into the New Look, a sartorial reflection of optimism that produced extraordinarily architectural clothes that balanced an idea of protection with one that celebrated feminine and floral beauty. A keen gardener, Catherine would go on to cultivate flowers in the south of France, near her brother's summer estate, that would provide ingredients for several of the House's famous fragrances. This fascinating exchange, delving into the overlapping and layering of occurrences and inspirations, pulls back the curtain to plumb the hidden and unnoticed depths of the Dior heritage story.

CG Garage
Episode 345 - Craig Weiss — Executive Creative Director: CBSVFX

CG Garage

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 56:35


V-Ray won an Emmy! And joining Chris this week is Craig Weiss, a committee member on the board for the Engineering Emmy Awards. Craig explains how Chaos' rendering engine has changed the way TV VFX are made and why the board chose it to win this prestigious award. Craig also delves into his role as CBS VFX's executive creative director, from his humble beginnings in stop-motion animation to the high-resolution, cinema-quality CG home audiences have come to expect. It's a fascinating journey into the past, present, and future of the technology that helps bring stories to life.

Meet the Creatives
Best of MTC: 'The Crooked Path' with Lisa Smith, Executive Creative Director at Jones Knowles Ritchie

Meet the Creatives

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 8:53


Best of MTC: 'The Crooked Path' with Lisa Smith, Executive Creative Director at Jones Knowles Ritchiewww.MeettheCreatives.orghttps://linktr.ee/meetthecreativesny 

The Big Move
59: Lindsay Ellingson - Supermodel and Co-Founder & Creative Director of Wander Beauty on juggling motherhood and entrepreneurship PLUS makeup tips for the woman on the go

The Big Move

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 26:23


Lindsay is a model, a mother, and Co-Founder & Creative Director of Wander Beauty.  She's had an insane modeling career working with fashion labels like Valentino, Chanel, Givenchy, Balenciaga and Gucci.  She's been featured in  Vogue, as well as Allure and GQ magazines, and made her first appearance on the Victoria's Secret Fashion show runway in 2007.  Lindsay has worked with the industry's most talented makeup artists all over the world which lead her to starting Wander Beauty in 2015 with co-founder Divya Gugnani  to create clean beauty essentials you reach for every day, wherever you wander.  Following Lindsay on IG: https://www.instagram.com/lindsellingson/?hl=en Check out Wander Beauty: https://www.wanderbeauty.com/ *Use code BIGMOVE20 - valid for 20% off WanderBeauty.com through 11/30/2021 Follow The Big Move on Instagram here: https://www.instagram.com/thebigmovepodcast/ Follow Em, The Lipstick Fever here: https://www.instagram.com/thelipstickfever/  Sign up for The Big Move Podcast email newsletter: https://forms.gle/E84RHcjkuXRERFWu7

That's Nifty
Tillavision

That's Nifty

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 77:10


On the 34th episode of “That's Nifty” we sat down with Tillavision, an artist with deep roots in the Music and Entertainment biz, who started 3D and Animation in the last 5 years. Check out his two newest projects: Lil Bitcoin and The Death Row ExperienceTillavisionTwitter: @tillavisionInstagram: @tillavisionTopics:Daylings, "Metaversed Up", Breakdancing, DJ Life, LiveMixtapes.com, Learning 3D, Stage Visuals, "NFTs are my Mixtape", JUICEWRLD Memorial, Bringing other Artists into the fold, Favorite Mixtapes, Merchandise, Walt Disney Inspiration, First SuperRare Collab, Flip the Script on the Client: Everyone gets paid, $RARE, Decentralized Avatar: Lil Bitcoin, Rewarding your Patrons, Popularizing VR, 360 Degree Virtual Websites, Deathrow Experience, "It can always be better" - Creative Director, "Fail Fast, Fail Often", Social MediaMentions:@paradisemelissa @JoeyFingazTSO @antonitudisco @fewocious @machinegunkelly @KDCVisions @cryptojeweler @deathrowmusic @2chainz @_KidEight @marc_tudisco @Glomannft @ColourfulMula @ChiefKeef @LILBITCOINCMR

Optimal Relationships Daily
1114: Facial Dingleberries: A Lesson in Receiving by Kat Medina on How To Connect with Others while Traveling

Optimal Relationships Daily

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 11, 2021 10:44


Kat Medina shares a lesson in receiving. Episode 1114: Facial Dingleberries: A Lesson in Receiving by Kat Medina on How To Connect with Others while Traveling As a child, Kat Medina wanted to be MacGyver when she grew up. Now, as the founder and Creative Director of a Silicon Valley startup, she's become a well-traveled bookworm who finds creative solutions to entrepreneurial challenges with the resourcefulness of a figurative shoelace, paperclip, and bubblegum. Her forthcoming book, The Joys of Jet Lag, explores the most valuable lessons she's learned during the process and shares the keys to creating a life of adventure through an openhearted approach to living. These insights, when embodied and applied, have the potential to transform the ordinary to the extraordinary and craft unbridled joy and fulfillment, no matter where you are. The original post is located here: https://www.katmedina.com/article?id=myanmarmeal Visit Me Online at OLDPodcast.com  Interested in advertising on the show? Visit https://www.advertisecast.com/OptimalRelationshipsDailyMarriageParenting Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Disruptors for GOOD
Creating Sustainable Jobs for Women Through Fashion and Empowering Them to a Life Beyond the Sex Trade - Colleen and Maggie Clines // Anchal

Disruptors for GOOD

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 10, 2021 48:15


In this episode of the Disruptors for Good podcast, I speak with Colleen and Maggie Clines, the Co-founder and Creative Director of Anchal. Anchal is an innovative nonprofit creating sustainable jobs for women through fashion and empowering them to a life beyond the sex trade.With backgrounds in design, sisters Colleen and Maggie Clines lead Anchal by placing design at the center of the brands everyday practice. It all started in a design studio. Colleen Clines was taking a graduate seminar at the Rhode Island School of Design that took her on a trip to India in 2009, a trip that changed the trajectory of her life forever. While in India, Colleen was introduced to the exploitive world of the commercial sex trade and the extreme lack of opportunity for women in the community. It was in this moment she was inspired to design more than beautiful landscapes, she was determined to create positive social and environmental change using design.While Colleen was scheming ways to collaborate with the amazing women she'd met in India, her sister Maggie was in college working on socially conscious architecture projects -- discovering creative ways to repurpose a retired uranium facility. Maggie and Colleen would trade stories on their design experiences and wonder how they could unite their passions.After returning home, Colleen and her classmates raised $400 by selling handmade notebooks and notecards. They used the funds to purchase a sewing machine, sewing instruction, materials and a stipend for the first collective of artisans.In 2010, Anchal officially became a 501(c)3 non-profit and we expanded the project by partnering with Vatsalya, an NGO in Ajmer, India. In 2012, Maggie joined her sister to co-lead Anchal and stitch by stitch, a global sisterhood started to grow.   Today, Anchal has trained and employed over 500 women and is an internationally recognized brand known for award-winning designs and handmade, one-of-a-kind pieces that empower exploited women living in India and Kentucky.Listen to more Causeartist podcasts here.Check out:ImpactInvestor.io - Discover impact investors from around the world.Podcast Made with TransistorPodcast cover design Made with CanvaBuild amazing web platforms with Webflow

Highlights from Moncrieff

Kaethe Burt-O'Dea,  Creative Director of Bí Urban Dublin joined Sean on the show... Listen and subscribe to Moncrieff on Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts or Spotify.    Download, listen and subscribe on the Newstalk App.     You can also listen to Newstalk live on newstalk.com or on Alexa, by adding the Newstalk skill and asking: 'Alexa, play Newstalk'.

The FlipMyFunnel Podcast
961: Using the Art of Differentiation to Build a Better Brand

The FlipMyFunnel Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 8, 2021 33:33


What makes you buy one loaf of bread over another? They're both bread right? When a brand differentiates itself from another, the choice is easy. Ignoring the art of differentiation can leave your loaf stale on the shelf. We speak with David Brier, President and Creative Director of DBD International, about branding's essential part of a product's success. David covers:How to become scalable through writing a bookLetting a brand breathe instead of suffocateA challenge for the audienceThis is a #FlipMyFunnel podcast. Check us out on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or here.You can find Amber on LinkedIn and her website Listening on a desktop & can't see the links? Just search for Flip My Funnel in your favorite podcast player.

Sex And Violence With Rebel Girl
Ep.69 Joseph "Bazooka Joe" Valtellini

Sex And Violence With Rebel Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 98:07


This week on  Sex & Violence with Rebel Girl, we talk to the former GLORY kickboxing WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION!! Joseph "Bazooka Joe" Valtellini  was born in Canada, to Sicilian parents. The former champ started Tae Kwon Do at the age of 7 & was obsessed with martial arts & Van Damme.After he found Muay Thai, he racked up numerous titles & wins, and in a short period of time, became the 2014  GLORY WELTERWEIGHT CHAMPION! In a sad turn of events, he suffered Post-Concussion Syndrome & in a selfless act, out of respect for his fellow fighters, vacated the Glory Welterweight Title, less than a year after obtaining it.Outside the ring, he's a commentator for Glory Kickboxing, a gym owner (Bazooka Kickboxing & MMA) & coach.We talk about: 

The E-Spot With Camille
Nile Johnson of The Kaleidoscope Project

The E-Spot With Camille

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 43:52


NILE JOHNSON: House Beautiful Advisory Board Member & African-American top 20 Interior Designer; Nile Johnson was born and raised in Baltimore, MD. He is the Creative Director & Design Principal of Nile Johnson Interior Design. His work has been featured on HGTV as well as in national and local publications. He received a Bachelor of Science Degree in Interior Design from the Art Institute of Philadelphia, and a Master of Science degree in Interior Architecture, from Chatham University. THE E-SPOT WITH CAMILLE, THE "E" IS FOR ENTERTAINMENT. Focusing on connecting the fashion, design, interiors, and entertainment industries, Camille's unique way of personalizing her guests' individual stories has touched audiences around the world. In each episode, Camille welcomes guests to share their expertise and share their personalized journey. Follow Camille: https://camillekauer.com/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/camillekauer/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/camillekauer/support

Thanks For Coming In
Jackie Goldston

Thanks For Coming In

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 7, 2021 25:19


Jackie Goldston talks playing The Secretary on "Doom Patrol", working with Hamish Linklater, living in Atlanta, and the time she fell asleep on the job! About Jackie Goldston:Born and raised in Tustin, California, Jackie got the acting bug in her senior year of high school after she booked a role in a play. With plans to become a doctor, Jackie changed her course and attended Chapman University where she graduated in Communications with an emphasis in Media Performance – Theater, TV, and Film acting. For the past three years, Jackie has played the role of The Secretary on HBO's “Doom Patrol.” Based on comic books, this role gave Jackie and other members of her cast a unique opportunity to create a character from scratch while some other members of the cast referred to their characters' journeys that took place in the “Doom Patrol” comic books. Jackie portrays The Secretary as a professional and efficient minded character who rarely shows emotion and is logical. The Secretary carries reason and in turn, is the influential mother figure that the character of Jane looks up to. Jackie relocated to Atlanta in the late '90s and has been living there ever since. Her first professional role was a national commercial for the mattress company, “Simmons Beautyrest.” Other past credits include guest roles on “Tell Me Your Secrets,” “The Passage,” “Shots Fired,” “Limbo,” and “Ambitions.” Past film roles include “Blended” with Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler. In “Tell Me Your Secrets,” Jackie had a phenomenal experience with her scene partner Hamish Linklater and is one of her favorite projects to date.In her spare time, Jackie enjoys hikingand adventuring as well as photography, and spending time with family.  Jackie is heavily involved in the charity organization “Be Rich” which vets and partners with a variety of charities to provide donors peace of mind that their money is going where it should. A cause particularly close to her heart is awareness to help those who suffer from Myeloproliferative Neoplasms (MPN), a term for several types of blood cancer that her daughter was diagnosed with years ago. Jackie is an advocate for mental health and is on the committee of a local SAG-AFTRA charity to help actors deal with mental health issues in the Atlanta area. Jackie founded a non-profit theatre company, also in Atlanta, that produced comedies, dramas, and musicals in a town that was void of acting opportunities for adults. During her time as CATCo's Creative Director, she also began a New Playwright's Initiative, a traveling Murder Mystery Troupe, as well as an Old Time Radio Theatre Troupe, all of which encouraged writers and performers of all ages.Jackie's Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/jackie_goldstonFollow the show on social media!                 Instagram: https://instagram.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/                 Twitter: https://twitter.com/tfci_podcast                  Facebook: http://facebook.com/thanksforcominginpodcast/                   Theme Music by Andrew Skrabutenas 

OWC RADiO
Loki & 16 Other Marvel Movies Feature Effects from Cantina Creative – Stephen Lawes is their Creative Director and Co-Founder

OWC RADiO

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021


OWC Radio Host, Cirina Catania, talks with Stephen Lawes, Creative Director and CoFounder of Cantina Creative about the design work and special effects for dozens of major motion pictures his company has worked on, including seventeen Marvel films. Some of the company's credits include: their most recent work on Loki, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, WandaVision, Black Widow, Avengers Endgame, Captain Marvel Avengers Infinity War, Black Panther, Spider-Man Homecoming, Captain America civil War, Avengers Age of Ultron, Guardians of the Galaxy, Gardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2, Captain America The Winter Soldier, Iron Man 3, The Avengers...whew! We're out of breath.... There must be a reason why clients keep coming back to Cantina Creative, Stephen Lawes, and his team! So Cirina wanted to know more. The result is a lively conversation about VFX, the industry then and now, the differences between creating for the big screen and the small screen and other VFX trends, as well as how to keep a studio successfully relevant in these trying times. Oh, and did we mention Beekeeping? Yes, we talked about Beekeeping. For more information about our amazing sponsor, Other World Computing, go to OWCDigital.com, where you'll find hardware and software solutions and tutorial videos that will get you up and running in no time. For more about our host, filmmaker, tech maven and co-founder of the Sundance Film Festival, Cirina Catania, visit cirinacatania.com. If you enjoy our podcast, please subscribe and tell all your friends about us! We love our listeners. And, if you have ideas for segments, write to OWCRadio@catania.us. Cirina is always up for new ideas!

Flight Club
Dr. Elizabeth Alvarado Inspires Little Language Adventures

Flight Club

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 26:35


Dr. Elizabeth Alvarado is the founder and Creative Director of Little Language Adventures. Over the past twenty years, Dr. Alvarado has worked in various areas of education; from teaching preschool to graduate students, to school administration, and most recently educational entrepreneurship. She attributes becoming an entrepreneur to her search for a multilingual resources for her own children and students. Website: www.littlelanguageadventures.com Facebook: Little Language Adventures    

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies
Can You Use NFTs To Create More Engagement For Your Digital Agency?

Smart Agency Masterclass with Jason Swenk: Podcast for Digital Marketing Agencies

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 19:20


Are you thinking about the ways you could use NFTs for your digital agency? After working in nine agencies, Kent Lewis decided to start Anvil Media in 2000, which is nowadays one of the oldest search engine marketing agencies in the Pacific Northwest that specializes in analytics, SEO, paid media, and organic social media strategy. Last year, during the NFT boom, Kent wrote a not so serious press release about this phenomenon and got the attention of companies wanted to learn how to use these one-of-a-kind digital assets. Just like that, he got into the NFT world and is developing some projects around them. Today he joins Jason to talk about what are NFTs, how some companies started using them, the possibilities to further develop their potential, and how can digital agencies get in on the action too. 3 Golden Nuggets What are NFTs? There's been a lot of talk about non-fungible tokens since their boom last year. In essence, it is is a unit of data stored on a blockchain that certifies a digital asset to be unique and therefore not interchangeable. We've seen sold for hundreds of thousands, but how can companies use them? Some early adopters saw success from selling digital items to create brand awareness (Pizza Hut selling digital pizzas, Pringles selling a golden chip). But there's still much room to continue innovating. How brands are using them. If the first step was brand engagement the future of NFTs for companies includes brand engagement and brand perception management. In this post-pandemic world of much more remote work and remote communication, it makes sense to add digital products to your offerings. The future of NFTs includes its gamification, meaning tokens, rewards, exclusive access, and more. How can agencies get in on the action? As we've seen, agencies can help their clients jump on the NFT trend to create brand awareness and engagement. But some agencies are themselves starting to use NFTs. Access to exclusive rewards is a good way to create interest in your brand. Some agencies are starting to do this by the tokenization of their time. For example, someone that gets a good deal on one of your agency's tokens could get a good deal for an hour of your time. Kent also recommends paying close attention to how Gary Vaynerchuk is innovating with NFTs. Sponsors and Resources Wix: Today's episode is sponsored by the Wix Partner Program. Being a Wix Partner is ideal for freelancers and digital agencies that design and develop websites for their clients. Check out Wix.com/Partners to learn more and become a member of the community for free. Subscribe Apple | Spotify | iHeart Radio | Stitcher | Radio FM Using NFTs Like Gary Vee To Create Brand Engagement Jason: [00:00:00] Hey, what's up, agency owners? Jason Swenk here and have another amazing guest for you. We're going to talk about how your agency can use NFTs. That's right. And we're going to tell his story and so you can do that. So let's go ahead and jump into the episode. Hey, Ken. Welcome to the show. Kent: [00:00:25] Pleasure to be here. Thanks for having me. Jason: [00:00:27] Yeah, man. I'm excited to have you on. So tell us who are you and what do you do? Kent: [00:00:32] So my name is Kent Lewis. I am based in Portland, Oregon since 95, you know, marketing PR background. But in 96, I got involved in the internet, started optimizing websites before Google was a thing. And I've been a part of nine agencies, founded two, co-founded two. But when I was fired the second time from an agency that I was a key manager in, I decided I'm probably unemployable. Better do my own thing. So started out in 2000 with Anvil Media, as a consultancy and started bringing in employees in 03. And have been active and keeping it a relatively boutique-sized digital marketing agency since then. And when I'm not doing the agency thing, you know, I'm trying to get outside. That's the great thing about Portland, we're an hour and a half from the ocean, from the mountains from rivers, you name it. Jason: [00:01:20] Awesome, so are you a fly fisherman? Kent: [00:01:23] My first ever fly fishing experience was on the Deschutes River in Central Oregon, about three months ago. Gal, one of my friends, she gave me the rod and said Kent, and one just keep throwing it. And I caught a least solid three and a half-inch steelhead. So I didn't eat it. It was probably good for a pizza. And I guess you could say I was maybe hooked. So I think I might try more of that later, but I'm mostly like bike cycling, snowboarding, skiing, kind of guy. Jason: [00:01:50] Very cool. We'll get along very well. That's, that's all me. That's why I live in the mountains. But, um, we're not here to talk about the mountains. Let's talk about… I'm curious, because I've been fired from almost every job. Why were you fired from that one agency? Kent: [00:02:05] Well, so the first time I was fired was an agency I co-founded in 99. And by fall of 2000 we had a disagreement about equity and our role. There were two junior folks. I was like 25, 26 at the time. And there was the founder who used his 401k to fund it and we helped grow it to three and a half million, 35 people in less than two years. But, you know, we had gone in… much as I should ran of myself, my other young partner who ran the PR side and I ran the internet side. She was like I'm going in to get more equity. Are you in? I was like, I guess, yeah, because I helped build this thing. And he was offended by that and instead of firing just her he fired both of us. And by the next week, uh, October, 2000, I created Anvil as a, as a placeholder. Interestingly, the name Anvil Media comes from an easy I'd been running for four years. I thought I'll just sell the easy for a million dollars and retire. It's still archived at @anvil-media.com, but I haven't touched it since 06. Not worth a dime now, but that team that I left in late 2000 was acquired by another agency. And then my boss, who was my mentor and, you know, it was tragic to me that we had a falling out. He died of a massive heart attack at 42. So they needed somebody to run my own team. So this old school agency asked me to take my team back over and I tripled revenue. Then, in the end, my girlfriend decided the Creative Director was more interesting than I was, even though he was married. And since he was on the board and had been there 20 years, he had a little more juice than I did and canned my ass. And then I decided I better do my own thing. So it was about a girl the second time. Actually, it was about a girl both times. The other was my business partner and she was very amazing and also made a lot of bag mistakes. And I got lumped in when she and I united. So there's a whole book there somewhere when I have the time, but it was never about my performance. It was never about my abilities. It was always about bad judgment. I'm not innocent in it so much as I picked the wrong horses. Jason: [00:03:56] Yeah, gotcha. I do want to get to how you tripled revenue later on, but I do want to get into the NFTs. So explain for some people that have… I mean, if you've been living under a rock, what an NFT is and then how can agencies use NFTs to really benefit their agency? Kent: [00:04:15] Yeah. So it's actually a great story, but I'll just answer your question directly. If we have time, I'll go into the backstory because it exemplifies the timing in my career. Um, I'm not that smart. I'm just tall male with a short name and I'm not unattractive. And I think that's been as much of my success as hard work and smarts. So NFTs. So I'd been reading about, you know, what Pizza Hut and Pringles and all these brands were messing around doing these little PR stunts, basically. Creating these little non-fungible tokens, being their little digital assets that you can own. And, you know, buy, sell, trade. And because they're probably of blockchain, you can have a whole history of that item. So brand we'll get into, you know, why it matters to marketers. But to back then, we're talking March, 2021. I was like, this seems like second life. You remember second life, the virtual world. I was consulting with HP on that like however many, 14 years ago. And I realized for the first time in career, I could be one word ahead or one sentence ahead in the book. I didn't have to write the book. I didn't have to write the chapter, I just needed to spend a little more time on it and think about it just another 30 minutes longer than my client, and then help guide them through how to create a second life experience. Same thing with, uh, it's all over again, right? The world repeats. It's a spiral and a circle, historically speaking, even in tech. I read about these non fungible tokens. You create this asset, like these virtual tacos or virtual pizzas, like Pizza Hut or these Pringle gold chips. And then people get excited because you're an early adopter, even if there's a fairly worthless asset. But it wasn't because people were reselling these on the secondary market. They got them for free and they were selling them for 10, 20, $30,000. And I was like, this sounds a lot like Bitcoin for brands. And so I wrote a press release April 1st, as I've been doing the last 15, 18 years. I write a fake press release on April every year, and this one was about NFTs and, you know, NFTs, you might know as most famous things, digital watches from Jacobson and Company or digital sneakers. And so I took the idea of a digital sneaker because we're in the backyard of Adidas America and of course, Nike and I said that these other agencies are building digital sneakers. We're 10 steps ahead where building virtual shoe boxes to story of virtual sneakers to put in a virtual closet and a virtual house that we build you just to store your digital sneakers. Just totally full of it, right? Totally riffing off of a core concept. And low and behold, a very large social media platform with a blue logo reached out to me and said, hey, we need help. We've got… We're getting a virtual sneaker build for one of their communities. And we can, would, they could tell that we're very serious about it by reading that press release. So they didn't read the press release that closely, bless their hearts. And that led to another conversation. So basically what I did is I would hopped back a second and I was like, shoot, if they're serious, then I'm serious. So I read up on it. I wrote an article that's on a website called thinknorthwest.org. It's a big ad networks for the West Coast, Portland, San Francisco. Uh, about what is NFT and why does it matter? And we can talk more about that in a second, but in the end I've been talking to three large brands, including a sneaker brand about how to use NFTs. Including one of the brands that's a big technology company with a black and white logo that basically is trying to use it for B2B. How do you get into the tech community? And can we use NFTs to incentivize behaviors for deep tech clientele. Even the OEM channel reseller channel, very complicated, convoluted, not theoretically as sexy. And I love the challenge. So I'm talking with them in an hour, then try and see if we can finalize a project. So long story short, we took this, what was a press release joke into a reality of an offering to clients. And we're having these multiple discussions with larger brands. So in the past, I've evangelized mobile marketing, video marketing, podcasting, voice search, Amazon marketing. And I evangelize it as a, with my PR background, speak about it, write about it, and then develop through my articles, a concept or a structure for a service, and then sell that service. I've done that for most of my career. And the NFT happened to start out as a joke, skeptical, healthy skepticism, that it was really something. As I did the research, I realized it's extremely powerful. Because it solves… NFTs, non-fungible tokens, unlike Bitcoin, where if there's equal value, one Bitcoin equals one bitcoin. I own one, you own one. It's the same value. And a non-fungible is a one-off item that you can pay me for with Bitcoin, but it's non-replicable. Non-scalable. And so the idea is you're, you're owning an asset for something. And that's why you can say that's 30 grand to own this. Or the meme of the fire girl, the little girl with the blazing fire out of her house. And she's staring at the camera and they sold… That gal, now that she's going into college, sold it for half a million dollars and helped fund college and gave some to charity. Just for some rich person to own the digital rights to that, right? Beeple's $69 million collage. Um, he's arguably not a good artist, but he's a first-mover developed a lot of credibility in the space and had enough of a following that some very wealthy art collector, using the term loosely, decided to get a bidding war and spend crazy money. But how does that relate to brands? So there's a couple things to keep in mind for NFTs. And that is there's, because it's blockchain, it's trackable, defensible. There's no fraud, theft, or manipulation possible with an NFT, you can create as many copies as you want. You can sell them, you can give them away. But it allows… In the end, it allows for a few different things for brands. One is just general awareness. So the things that you've seen in the, in the press related to these predominantly quick-service restaurants or manufacturers and retail, lifestyle brands, Pringles, Taco Bell, Pizza Hut… Charmin has an NFT-P as in "TP." So they're just creating brand awareness. And if you like the brand, you might love them for that, if you're technologically savvy. But what I think is the next phase, because that's really what's happening in the last year. What's happening in the next year is brand engagement brand perception management. So luxury brands are getting into it. Hoochie, Jacob & Co., like I said, Jacobs & Co. are obviously a very expensive watch brand and sold an NFT watch for $100,000. Again, fairly worthless other than to the buyer, right? So brand engagement. Uh, what I think is really the secret sauce is, and this is where it gets into the B2B world, where it can apply is in the engagement for the customer. And customer retention is using it for gamification and incentives. So tokens, loyalty reward programs, earn certain tokens. Those tokens can be exchanged for things, art, music, whatever. And so it's just a clever way to up your ante and see, be seen as a forward-looking brand or an agency that creates this stuff for clients. Because a lot of like the top shot, NBA, virtual trading cards of the top 10, most expensive trading cards of all time up there with Honus Wagner is the Dallas Maverick, right? And his car traded for almost $3 million and it's a digital card. But in my backyard, Damian Lillard with the Portland trailblazers, he's added special access to groups, discussion groups, VIP access to certain events, or just access to him. So you're getting, you're paying a premium, but you're getting something that's very exclusive. That's really what NFTs are about right now, or now is exclusivity. I think also that the next phase, which will be one plus years out would be the product extensions. Agencies helping brands create products that are natural extension of their current offerings, especially in a post pandemic world. There's a lot more of this remote work, remote communication. So creating products that are more digital and interactive, it's particularly interesting right now. And then the last component would be the tokenization of time. So as an agency, you could tokenize your time where it can be bought and sold on the secondary market. Why people might do that? Hard to say. But, uh, there's a Reuben Bramanathan who's with IDEO CoLab Ventures. He's tokenized his time. And one token is equal to one hour of his time and the guy might trade his time. He might, I might have to pay him 500 or a thousand dollars. But if I get a good deal on a token, I might save a ton of money more than likely to pay right now, paying more for a token than it's worth. And then relate to that is just creating that digital ecosystem. So when I mentioned second life, there's a new version of that. And that is, there are many of them actually, but one of them is popular. It's called Superworld, where you can own the Taj Mahal, the Eiffel tower in a virtual recreation of the world, the planet. Using satellite imagery, you could add things into that world. You can develop things like second life, but mainly if you want to say I own the Eiffel tower, you can go in Superworld and buy it. If it's not already been purchased since I last looked. The Great Wall, Taj Mahal, etcetera. Those are just some of the ways a brands are using it today. One that I glossed over that's product extension. A good example is gaming. So you've got Ubisoft has a game called Rabbits. F1 has Delta time. So what, what F1 has done well with their reality show on I think Netflix. And then this, uh, F1, uh, Delta time NFT assets related to kind of gamification of F1 is they're extending out what is a very elite wealthy following. Most people don't fly to Monaco to watch the race from a yacht, but there are other ways to interact with the brand. And F1 has mastered that. Uh, and then even Microsoft has a fairly ghetto Minecraft-like game called Azure Space Mystery. That is, um, kind of remedial, but it has, it's in the NFT world. So, um, how that relates is Fortnight, if it stays relevant for another year or two, or other games like it, you could buy and sell armor and weapons and other customizations. That's one way you can buy, sell, and trade your gear within the games would be through NFTs because of the trackability that you need to do the anti-fraud protection. And then brands can obviously create assets and then know that they've protected that asset through NFT. Jason: [00:14:41] When you're an agency partner with Wix, you unlock an entire digital ecosystem for creating, managing, and growing your agency. Get the full coding and design freedom to create anything your clients need, along with the tools to manage and collaborate with your team seamlessly from anywhere. And when it comes to growing your agency, you can get matched with new leads every day and earn revenue share for every website you guys create. They're backed by the Wix industry, leading security and site performance. You'll also have a dedicated account manager on standby 24/7. So you can reach your goals and start setting new. See for yourself, head over to wix.com/partners. And re-imagine what your agency can accomplish. Now my head's spinning, which I… with ideas. And I mean, it's just to comprehend all of this is a, a little overwhelming figuring out. But that's, it's really pretty fascinating that's where a lot of the world is actually going. And, uh, those are some great examples, you know, from F1, Microsoft, and even how some of the agencies are selling their time for NFTs. It's crazy. Kent: [00:16:02] Yeah. For now it is and it will settle down. It's, it's more profound, you know, Gary Vaynerchuk has doubled down. So if you want to figure out how does an agency monetize NFTs just look at what Gary Vaynerchuk has done with NFTs. And I've had the luxury to seen him speak twice. And I thought he was just a grade-A douche bag and nothing better. And he's far more than. In fact, I firmly believed that it's, his, his character his act and he really has a huge heart and does a lot of good things. You just wouldn't know it because he has a potty mouth, which I have no problem with. And, uh, just the way he kind of yells and preaches at people. But he has a lot of good things. I never disagree that he's a smart guy and he's on point, but he's doubling down on NFTs in ways that make me look like a troglodyte. Like I'm, you know, like, I don't get it. And he's built a whole marketplace and a bunch of assets and that's cool. Cause he can do that. Cause you know, he shouldn't even be working anymore, but he's never going to stop. So look at what he's done. If you want to see what a true agency pioneer that started out just as a small wine dealer has done, it's pretty remarkable. Jason: [00:17:00] Give us one example of what you really liked that he's doing in his agency using NFTs. Kent: [00:17:06] Well, I like that he's giving back. So with his NFT agency and I, we're going to apply cause we're doing an NFT mural fundraiser here in Portland, in September. But we can apply once we build the NFT and what do you call mint it, then we can apply. If we put it on the right, uh, marketplace and use the right technology, he can use some of the proceeds and resources he's developed with his NFT company. You know, like it basically an NFT agency to help you build something better, especially if it is for a nonprofit or cause-driven social responsibility sort of thing. And, and you can get some horsepower. So he's already built giving back into his model, which I really appreciate and admire. Look at what he's doing there. So he's not just riding the money train, he's pivoting that to provide opportunities to do social good in the process. Jason: [00:17:55] Awesome. Well, this is been very educational and, uh, and really pretty cool to listen to. What's the website people can go and, uh, check the agency out? Kent: [00:18:04] Uh, you can go to anvilmediainc.com or just Google Anvil Media. You'll find me with Anvil, Portland, anvil, Kent Lewis, whatever. And then if you just Google Kent, Kent Lewis NFT, or just go to thinknorthwest.org and their blog, you'll find my article, NFT Marketing: How brands can use NFTs to engage consumers and generate revenue. I think that's a great read. And then just also look at what Gary Vaynerchuk and NFTs looked that up and news and, um, Google search generally, and you'll find a lot of great information. Jason: [00:18:36] awesome logo. Everyone go check that out and thanks so much, Kent, for coming on the show. If you guys liked this episode, make sure you guys subscribe. Also, if you want to be around other agency owners who are on the cutting edge and they're sharing the stuff that's working and be able to see the things that you might not be able to see. I'd love to invite all of you to join our exclusive mastermind. It's called the digital agency elite. So go to digitalagencyelite.com and apply. And then if we feel that you're right for the community and the community is right for you. We'll have a conversation and see if it's, uh, uh, double-check that. And so make sure you go there now. And until next time have a Swenk day.

Breaking & Entering: Advertising
#78: B&E Creative Direction at 72andSunny w/Gregory Shadwick

Breaking & Entering: Advertising

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 50:01


Gregory Shadwick is a Creative Director at 72andSunny, an agency our listeners can't get enough of. Gregory is passionate about mentorship and giving back to those just starting, making him a perfect guest. His search for creativity leads him to his dream career, despite the obstacle of the 2008 Recession. Gregory's story provides advice applicable to all our audience still in college or recent graduates. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/breakenter/message

Conscious Chatter with Kestrel Jenkins
S05 Episode 252 | Frankie Collective on reimagining supply chains for *upcycling* & embracing sustainability and streetwear through reworked design

Conscious Chatter with Kestrel Jenkins

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 33:25


In episode 252, Kestrel welcomes Sara Gourlay, the Creative Director at Frankie Collective, to the show. A brand dedicated to innovating women's streetwear, Frankie Collective is also setting a standard for sustainability in the fashion industry. “I guess we're really just trying to disrupt the industry — there can be another way to do business, and that's to consider the impact of garments on people and the planet. That's the way it should be — from using conscious materials to ethical manufacturing processes to investing in community empowerment, our mission is just to be a part of that change toward better business in the fashion industry.” -Sara UPCYCLING. What comes to mind when you hear that word? I think there are some stereotypes still lingering, that may not totally live up to the exceptional upcycling work that's happening in fashion. As this week's guest points out - upcycling is just simply the process of taking something old and turning it into something new. Of which, of course, is NOT something new, and has been happening for ages in different capacities.  But on a business scale, I'm always curious how brands can make upcycling *work*. When we think about a fashion supply chain, so much of today's systems have been based around optimization, efficiency, speed, and cost reduction. Reworking products that already exist does not necessarily *help* a company achieve those goals, the ones most fashion brands are striving for. From sourcing to cutting to sewing to even product listing - the struggle is real when you're reconstructing garments, BUT some brands are making it all work and they are making it look beyond cool in the process. This week's guest shares more on the challenges and creative ways they are navigating this space, and how by altering an existing garment, they strive to add value to extend products' lifecycles. Quotes & links from the conversation: “Part of the sourcing is seeing what's abundant out there and kind of designing around that.” -Sara “Cutting a single rework garment, it can take us up to an hour and a half for one piece, so I think that's something people don't really know about — just how much work goes into the bundling and cutting stage, before it's even sewn.” -Sara Frankie Collective website > Follow Sara on Instagram > Follow Frankie Collective on Instagram > *correction — Sara mentioned that Frankie Collective was launched in 2017, but they initially launched in 2014

Inside Marketing Design
S02E02 - Inside Marketing Design at Help Scout (with Matt Plays)

Inside Marketing Design

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 47:10


Content is a priority to Help Scout, as is great imagery and design to accompany that content. In this episode you'll get the lowdown from Matt on the design process behind Help Scout's latest publication, In The Works, as well as insights into the team structure, processes and priorities that allow the team to produce high-quality work.This season is proudly sponsored by Webflow! Try out the no-code site building tool for yourself right here: http://charli.link/imdpod-webflowLINKSVisit Matt's site: https://www.mattplays.co/Follow matt on Twitter: https://twitter.com/mattplays_And on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/mattplays.co/Check out Help Scout: https://www.helpscout.com/Check out In The Works: https://intheworks.helpscout.com/Get more episodes at https://insidemarketingdesign.co TIMESTAMPS0:00 - Introduction to the show & to Help Scout!2:30 - Design team structure at Help Scout3:50 - Matt's responsibilities as Lead Brand Designer6:10 - Collaborating with product design (fika!)10:40 - How Help Scout markets its product11:50 - Imagery for content15:35 - The design process for In The Works22:35 - The build process for In The Works26:15 - How components help the brand designers collaborate33:20 - Measuring the success of a project37:30 - Project timelines38:50 - Iterating, testing and improving designs43:10 - What Matt is most proud of ABOUT THE SHOWInside Marketing Design was created to highlight a different side of design in tech: marketing and brand design. Inside Marketing Design chats with the people designing high-converting landing pages, setting the style for brand imagery, crafting campaigns, and working hand-in-hand with the marketing team. Every episode takes a deep dive into the processes, principles and people who make marketing design happen. You'll hear about how teams are structured, how designers approach projects and what challenges they face. ABOUT THE HOSTInside Marketing Design is hosted by Charli Marie. Charli is the Creative Director at ConvertKit, and has a YouTube channel (CharliMarieTV), where she posts weekly videos with career tips & advice, work streams, and what she's learned throughout her design career. Charli also co-hosts the popular podcast, Design Life.

Spot On Insurance
Ep. 237: Lindsay Corran: Leveraging Social Media in a Traditional Industry

Spot On Insurance

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 51:07


Apple Podcasts Rate and Review for SpotOn Lindsay Corran is the Creative Director at GeoVera, an insurance company that markets to catastrophe-exposed properties and areas focusing on earthquakes. As Creative Director, Lindsay is tasked to align creative vision with their company's business strategies, especially for property and casualty insurance brands. Lindsay's been with GeoVera for almost 22 years (since 1999), but her first job was for a company that made her their go-to operator for all concerns related to the infamous Y2K Bug. Lindsay joins us to discuss how she bridges the gap between the regular consumer and the complexities of getting earthquake insurance. She shares her previous work with managing a “Y2K Data Desk” in 1999 and why she didn't like working in insurance at the time. She describes how living in California made her curious about earthquake insurance and explains how agents are in danger of being eliminated as more companies are leaning towards direct-to-consumer programs. Lindsay also discusses how her social media skills have generated GeoVera a considerable following. "In social media, people don't want to follow companies, they want to follow people. And they want to engage with people." - Lindsay Corran Today on Spot On Insurance: Lindsay's career in the late '90s and her journey towards the insurance industry Lindsay's work as the manager of the Y2K Data Desk How Lindsay's parents made her pay for rent when she was a student The lessons Lindsay learned from the way her parents made life a bit hard for her How living in California made Lindsay become more interested in earthquake insurance Why Lindsay initially didn't like the idea of working for an insurance company What is the "disruption of distribution," and how it's about removing the agents What their company did to help keep agents at the forefront of insurance transactions The challenges of innovating in a traditional industry such as insurance The complexities involved in earthquake insurance How Lindsay plans on simplifying earthquake insurance for clients Lindsay's thrifting hobby and how it helps in her career Social media marketing and how Lindsay capitalized on it during the pandemic The new opportunities Lindsay is excited to see in the future of insurance Key Takeaways: 50% of people don't truly understand what they're buying when they get a homeowner's policy Earthquake insurance can be complex and difficult to wrap your mind around if you don't go through an agent Resources: Vinyl Consumption ITC Vegas 2021 Connect with Lindsay Corran: GeoVera Lindsay Corran on LinkedIn Email: lcorran@geovera.com Phone: (925) 212-8066 This episode was brought to you by….. Insurance Licensing Services of America (ILSA), America's Premier Insurance Compliance and Licensing experts. To learn more about ILSA and their services, visit ILSAinc.com Connect, Learn, Share Thank you for joining us on this week's episode of Spot On Insurance. For more resources and episodes, visit SpotOnInsurance.com. Subscribe so you never miss an episode. Love what you're learning, Spot Light your review on Apple Podcasts Rate and Review For SpotOn and share your favorite episodes with friends and colleagues!

PETPIX ACADEMY with Vasi Siedman
Dogue magazine by Cover Dogs

PETPIX ACADEMY with Vasi Siedman

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 25:08


Oli is the Founder and the Creative Director of Cover Dogs. She is a writer, photographer and a graphic artist from Los Angeles, CA.Cover Dogs: Cover Dogs is a media and publishing company specializing in dogs, based in Los Angeles, CA. Their first publication, DOGUE, inspired by Vogue was launched on Nov 11 of 2019 and was the very first DOGUE magazine on Instagram. They are also the ones who have coined the term "Cover Dog" which has gone viral! Today, Cover Dogs consists of 4 magazines, DOGUE (@coverdogs) Barker's Bazbark (@Bazbarkus) Spawrts Illustrated (@spawrtsillustrated) and National Pawgraphic @nationalpawgraphic, covering lifestyle, fashion, sports and travel, of the dog world.Cover Dogs is based on the idea that every dog is a star, and deserves to be on the cover of a magazine. They are proud to feature dogs from all over the world, and share every day stories of our beloved fur babies.They offer custom magazine edits, in both digital and print, and also custom designed dog-sized DOGUE magazines with your own cover!In Sept of this year, they have also launched their official Monthly publication, the DOGUE Magazine, (human size magazine) which is available in both digital and print. It is also sold on newsstands in Beverly Hills.To learn more visit their page @coverdogs. Email: mailto:CoverDogsLa@gmail.com

December 26er Podcast
Episode 192: Interview with Alexandra Nazaire

December 26er Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 66:51


Owner and Creative Director of Elevated Lux, Alexandra Nazaire discusses honoring her own humanity following a personal loss, finding value in having a full-time job while also building a business, and leveraging her brand to elevate other Black women.

The Strategy Hour Podcast: Online Business | Blogging | Productivity - with Think Creative Collective
578: How to Become the Creative Director of Your Service Based Business

The Strategy Hour Podcast: Online Business | Blogging | Productivity - with Think Creative Collective

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 5, 2021 45:18


Today we want to talk to all of you amazingly talented, creative people, who miss doing the thing they actually started their business for. We know that so many of you are crushing it, you have no problem landing clients, you are super busy, yet you feel like you've moved away from the thing that you really love doing. We want to let you know that you can step out of that, you have so much potential to grow into that creative director seat. Often, CEO status feels not totally in alignment for a lot of service-based businesses. Not that you don't want to run a company of high calibre, but you still want to be delivering on the service, and oftentimes being in the CEO seat means that you don't get to do that anymore.  We've been there, we know how it feels to not feel connected to what you're creating anymore, but what we've realized is that that is the most sacred space for a creative service provider to protect so we're on a mission to make sure that you all know how to protect it!   Thank you for listening! Please subscribe, rate and review The Strategy Hour Podcast on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated. For show notes go to thestrategyhour.com. To download the transcript of this episode head to: thestrategyhour.com.

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)
Apple Makes More Money From Games Than Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo Combined - IGN Daily Fix

IGN.com - Daily Fix (Video)

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021


On today's IGN The Fix: Games, Although Apple hasn't many games of its own, the tech giant is now taking more profits from games than Xbox, PlayStation, and Nintendo combined. And while Apple Arcade is still a great value, it's not the reason for their success in the gaming space. Massive titles like Fortnite and Honor of Kings bring in tons of revenue in the form of a 30% that Apple takes for listing these titles in their App Store. Ubisoft has confirmed a long-held fan theory about the villain of Far Cry 2, the Jackal, and how he connects to the original Far Cry story. "The Jackal is actually supposed to be Jack Carver from the original Far Cry," said Clint Hocking, Far Cry 2's Creative Director, while talking to IGN for the latest Inside Stories documentary, How Far Cry's Iconic Villains Were Created. Carver is an ex-U.S. Army Special Forces and the protagonist in the first Far Cry along with the spinoff Far Cry Instincts. According to Capcom's COO Haruhiro Tsujimoto, the company behind Resident Evil, Monster Hunter, Street Fighter, and many more is planning to "mainly focus on PC software" in the future. As reported by VGC, Tsujimoto was speaking to Nikkei and shared that the success of its PC software has been "driving global sales" and that he thinks "PCs will be the next big thing after smartphones." Daemon has all that in your Daily Fix!

Claima Stories with Bimma
Brenda Equihua - Owner & Creative Director of Equihua

Claima Stories with Bimma

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 1:08


Brenda shares story about quitting her job in fashionAbout Claima Stories with Bimma:Former Nike Marketer, Bimma Williams interviews leading and emerging BIPOC creatives about how they were able to break into the notoriously guarded creative and sneaker industries. From these stories, listeners will learn how to claim their dream careers. Featuring Melody Ehsani, Jeff Staple, and James Whitner. Listen and Subscribe now.Subscribe: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/claimastories/Twitter: https://twitter.com/claimastories

Opening Presence with Aaron Robinson
69 Darius Northern: People of Colour

Opening Presence with Aaron Robinson

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 65:54


Darius Northern is an Entrepreneur, Owner & Creative Director of People of Colour Clothing - a concept that brings awareness to social issues, while also empowering the voices of marginalized communities. In this conversation we discuss the lifestyle changes that kick started Darius' transformation and how his college experience ignited his passion and purpose to create Equity and Equality for People of Colour WorldWide. If you enjoy this episode, make sure to share it with a friend. Website: PeopleofColourClothing.com Instagram: @peopleofcolourclothing --- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/openingpresence/support

Where Are All My Friends
117: Gordyland (Artist / Creative Director) | The Relentless Pursuit of Creativity

Where Are All My Friends

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 4, 2021 81:39


Gordy comes from the world of music and touring in bands, then went all in as an artist and creative director and has an incredibly successful career since doing so. In addition, he's an all around rad dude with a super inspiring story! My favorite part of his story is his genuine love of creating and non-stop pursuit to push himself to do exactly that on the biggest level possible. I hope this podcast inspires you to do that as well! Timestamps: 0:00 - Intro to Gordyland 4:25 - Roots and Community in Music 9:40 - Early Days in Music 12:50 - Starting a band with ModSun 17:18 - Designing Merch for His Band and Others 20:46 - Quitting the Band for Art School 22:11 - Don't Compromise Your Dreams 27:00 - Using Your Time to Be Better 32:28 - Don't Give Into Fears & Money 35:46 - Did Art School Help? 41:30 - Working at a Corporate Agency 43:28 - Reconnecting with ModSun 50:00 - ModSun, Bear, MGK Friendship 59:16 - Girl Skateboards 1:03:52 - Always Aim High for the Dream Job 1:06:45 - Conquering Self Doubt 1:10:05 - Gordy's Next Big Dream Gordyland: @gordyland Andrew Cramb: @andrew_ftw Produced & Edited By - Deanna Elise: @deannaelxse Where Are All My Friends Podcast: Bonus Patreon Content: https://www.patreon.com/whereareallmyfriends Subscribe: Here

Stacy on the Right
Episode 727: Larry O'Connor: Host of ‘The Larry O'Connor Show' on WMAL; Creative Director, Townhall

Stacy on the Right

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 17:47


Good friend and radio professional Larry O'Connor joins to have a fireside chat about politics and the good old days! Larry O'Connor hosts The Larry O'Connor Show, the politics/pop-culture and lifestyle talk show heard daily from 3PM-6PM on WMAL FM in Washington DC and from 10AM-Noon on KABC in Los Angeles. He appears regularly on Fox News on Tucker Carlson Tonight, Fox News at Night with Shannon Bream, Varney and Company and was a regular on the cult hit Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. His writing has appeared on Hot Air, The Federalist, Washington Free Beacon, IJ Review and Andrew Breitbart's original websites Big Hollywood, Big Government & BreitbartTV. This program is underwritten by the Alliance for Shared Health. Check out how you can cut your health insurance premiums by 40-60% by joining a health sharing alliance. ASH is that option!! Learn more... (http://www.ashcommunity.org/Stacy-on-the-right/) Download our latest PDF Guide at: GUIDE: Talking to your high schoolers about politics!! (https://familyvisionmedia.org/guide) Thank you for listening!! We are live Monday through Friday from 9p to midnight eastern on SiriusXM the Patriot channel 125!!! Donate to support the show here: paypal.me/stacyontheright Or join our Patreon: patreon.com/stacyontheright Thanks and God Bless ya!! -- Encouragement-- Proverbs 18:24 One who has unreliable friends soon comes to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother. -- Stacy's Stash! -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! -- Get More Stacy -- Stacy's Blog (http://www.stacyontheright.com) Watch the show live, download previous episodes, and more Stacy! Contact Stacy stacy [at] stacyontheright.com -- Connect with Stacy -- Follow Stacy on Twitter (https://twitter.com/stacyontheright) Follow Stacy on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/stacyontheright971/)

Stacy on the Right
Episode 727: Larry O'Connor: Host of ‘The Larry O'Connor Show' on WMAL; Creative Director, Townhall

Stacy on the Right

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 17:47


Good friend and radio professional Larry O'Connor joins to have a fireside chat about politics and the good old days! Larry O'Connor hosts The Larry O'Connor Show, the politics/pop-culture and lifestyle talk show heard daily from 3PM-6PM on WMAL FM in Washington DC and from 10AM-Noon on KABC in Los Angeles. He appears regularly on Fox News on Tucker Carlson Tonight, Fox News at Night with Shannon Bream, Varney and Company and was a regular on the cult hit Red Eye with Greg Gutfeld. His writing has appeared on Hot Air, The Federalist, Washington Free Beacon, IJ Review and Andrew Breitbart's original websites Big Hollywood, Big Government & BreitbartTV. This program is underwritten by the Alliance for Shared Health. Check out how you can cut your health insurance premiums by 40-60% by joining a health sharing alliance. ASH is that option!! Learn more... (http://www.ashcommunity.org/Stacy-on-the-right/) Download our latest PDF Guide at: GUIDE: Talking to your high schoolers about politics!! (https://familyvisionmedia.org/guide) Thank you for listening!! We are live Monday through Friday from 9p to midnight eastern on SiriusXM the Patriot channel 125!!! Donate to support the show here: paypal.me/stacyontheright Or join our Patreon: patreon.com/stacyontheright Thanks and God Bless ya!! -- Encouragement-- Proverbs 18:24 One who has unreliable friends soon comes to ruin, but there is a friend who sticks closer than a brother. -- Stacy's Stash! -- For links to the articles and material referenced in this week's episode check out this week's page from our podcast dashboard! -- Get More Stacy -- Stacy's Blog (http://www.stacyontheright.com) Watch the show live, download previous episodes, and more Stacy! Contact Stacy stacy [at] stacyontheright.com -- Connect with Stacy -- Follow Stacy on Twitter (https://twitter.com/stacyontheright) Follow Stacy on Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/stacyontheright971/)

The Irish Photography Podcast
Ep 145 | Vic Barry | Youtuber, Creative Director & King of G.A.S.

The Irish Photography Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Oct 1, 2021 120:15


On this weeks Episode I'm joined by someone who I have listened to for many years on Radio with his very popular show on RedFm " Cork Talks Back with Victor Barry"  and has since turned his creative talent towards Youtube with his very popular Tech orientated channel . We discuss how he got started and finished in radio, His love of all things tech, gear reviews, his home studio, power of Video with Peter McKinnon , Sony, Gopro and Iphones, mental health and putting vlogging before safety on Carrick a Reid rope bridge :-)  This was an excellent chat with many great nuggets if info from a superbly talented guy  Find more info on Vic Here  https://www.youtube.com/vicbarry https://www.instagram.com/vicbarry/

All About Jack: A C.S. Lewis Podcast
(Re-Post) C.S. Lewis at War Interview (Paul McCusker) 2016r

All About Jack: A C.S. Lewis Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 38:06


IN THIS REPEAT: Lewis was a veteran of WWi and he was informally involved in WWII. Learn more about the in this interview with Paul McCusker. - - -  Paul McCusker is the Creative Director at Focus on the Family. Many know him for his involvement in Adventures in Odyssey where he has written over 300 shows; and of course he helped create the Radio Theatre Production of The Chronicles of Narnia. In 2013, they released C.S. Lewis at War: The Dramatic Story Behind Mere Christianity. This is the focus on this podcast with William O'Flaherty. ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Purchase C.S. Lewis at War Listen to Paul with Douglas Gresham on Focus on the Family Visit Paul McCusker's Website Visit Focus on the Family Radio Theatre Website Listen to All About Jack interview with Douglas Gresham Visit Christian History Institute/Christian History (podcast sponsor) Other Useful Links: Knowing and Understanding C.S. Lewis YouTube CHANNEL  Listen to All About Jack on iTunes Purchase C.S. Lewis Goes to Hell Visit ScrewtapeCompanion.com Visit EssentialCSLewis.com Purchase The Misquotable C.S. Lewis  

Sex And Violence With Rebel Girl
Ep.68 Dr.Stefi Cohen

Sex And Violence With Rebel Girl

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 78:21


This week on  Sex & Violence with Rebel Girl, we talk a 25x world record holding powerlifter & the first woman in the history of the sport to deadlift 4.4 times her bodyweight! Stefi "Dynamite" Cohen  recently made the cross over from powerlifting to professional boxing! She holds a 1-0-1 record. This multi-sport athlete also played Division One NCAA Soccer for San Diego State & for the men's Venezuelan national team for 5 years!The 29 year old,doctor of physical therapy & exercise physiology  co-owns HYBRID Performance Method & owns of her own fitness meets streetwear label HYBRID Legacy.She's an author (Back In Motion) & podcast host (Hybrid Unlimited) to round out her skill set! We talk about: 

City Lights with Lois Reitzes
Together: Yingge and Hip-Hop Unite

City Lights with Lois Reitzes

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 51:29


Lois Reitzes speaks with Kerry Lee and AJ Paug, Creative Directors for a new show presented by the Atlanta Chinese Dance Company, "Together: Yingge and Hip-Hop Unite." See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.

The Practical Filmmaker
Gear n' Gadget - SmallRig mounting plates for Canon C70, do you really need a full cage?

The Practical Filmmaker

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 30, 2021 3:32


Is the SmallRig a better solution than a full cage for the Canon C70?This week David George talks with Nick Evenson, Creative Director, who shares why he opted for the SmallRig over a full cage for his Canon C70. Listen to see if the SmallRig will work for your C70. Pros: ⭐️ Magnetic tool easily unscrew your base plate⭐️ Easily mount top handle⭐ 2 cold shoes⭐ Easy access to camera controlsCons:

Rolonda On Demand
Broadway is Back! Tony Honoree Irene Gandy Takes Us Behind the Curtains

Rolonda On Demand

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 29, 2021 53:19


Broadway Publicist and Tony Award Honoree Irene Gandy Takes Us Behind the Curtains of The Great White Way, along with Emilio Sosa, the newly appointed Chair of the American Theater Wing. Emilio is also a tony-nominated costume and fashion designer. The recent Tony Awards gave us all hope and a strong signal that Broadway is coming back after taking a hard hit by the COVID-19 pandemic. And we will see more diversity as actors and producers gave speeches about their yearning for more inclusive stories on Broadway stages. In this interview, these two Broadway leadership stars share a behind the scenes look at one of the best places on earth! Start buying tickets and support the theater now! Irene Gandy is the only Black female press agent member of ATPAM (Association of Theatrical Press Agents and Managers) for over 50 years. Working with Producer Jeffrey Richards for over three decades, she is a Tony Award-winning Broadway producer for The Gershwins' Porgy and Bess, and was a producer for Lady Day at Emerson's Bar and Grill starring Audra MacDonald. She was also co-producer with Voza Rivers of the National tour of South African musical Sarafina. In 2008, she became the first female press agent to be immortalized with a Sardi's caricature. A fashionista known for her furs, in 2015 she launched a signature collection featured in Vogue magazine and will debut a Lady Irene Fur line in 2022.  Gandy's recent productions include The Great Society, American Son, China Doll, Fiddler on the Roof, and You Can't Take It With You. She began her career in 1968 as a publicist with Douglas Turner Ward and Robert Hooks' Negro Ensemble Company. Since then, she has worked on over 100 Broadway shows including August: Osage County, Glengarry Glen Ross, Radio Golf, Bubbling Brown Sugar, Smokey Joe's Cafe, Lena Horne: The Lady and her Music, and The Wiz. About Emilio Sosa: Born in the Dominican Republic and raised in New York City, Emilio is one of Broadway's most unique talents. He began his theatre career at Grace Costumes, starting as a shopper, and eventually becoming its Creative Director. He credits this time as the foundation for his career. Emilio went on to tour the world with Celine Dion, The Alvin Ailey Dance Company, and the Lincoln Center Jazz Orchestra with Wynton Marsalis. Emilio made a name for himself styling music videos for Hip Hop pioneers, Salt-N- Pepa, MC Lyte, and Kid & Play to name a few. He has also designed for music icons Diana Ross, Mariah Carey and Gloria Estefan. Catching the eye of director Spike Lee, Emilio became his in-house stylist, working on national and international ad campaigns, before setting his sight on Broadway, where he was mentored by director George C. Wolfe, for whom he designed his first Broadway show, TOPDOG / UNDERDOG. His other Broadway credits include, ON YOUR FEET! The Emilio and Gloria Estefan Story, MOTOWN: The Musical, PORGY AND BESS (TONY Award nom) and LADY DAY at EMERSON'S BAR AND GRILL. He shares the unique distinction of being the first designer of color to design The Radio City Music Hall Spring Spectacular and a new permanent number for the legendary Christmas Show, both starring The Rockettes. He has received both Tony Award and Drama Desk Award nominations and has been the recipient a Lucille Lortell Award, NAACP Theatre Awards, and LA Ovation Award. Emilio's talent was also evident on season seven of Project Runway and Project Runway All Stars, where he showed his final collection on all models of color, a first for the popular franchise. A proud Trustee of the American Theatre Wing, Emilio shares his vast theatre knowledge with communities rarely represented, by sponsoring theatre trips, workshops and talk backs. “I believe theatre has the ability to build the bridges needed for all of us to better understand ourselves and the world we live in.” Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Second Life
Amy Smilovic: Tibi Founder and Creative Director

Second Life

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2021 57:51


In 1997, Amy Smilovic launched the ultimate cool-girl brand, Tibi, and it was only a matter of time before it proved itself as a key player within the fashion industry. Then, in 2010, Smilovic took a major risk: She decided to completely redesign and reimagine the brand to align with her current aesthetic and feelings. With a newfound focus on what Smilovic refers to as “creative pragmatism” in mindset and style, she successfully pulled off a 180-degree rebranding. After 24 years, Tibi is bigger than ever, at the forefront of the industry, and housed at esteemed retailers like Intermix and Net-a-Porter in addition to its own e-commerce business. But before it all, the Georgia native began her career in advertising and marketing at Ogilvy and American Express. On this episode of Second Life, find out how she's navigated it all and hear her best advice for building sustainable businesses.See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.