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Dave Ellefson (Ex-Megadeth) and Guilherme Miranda (Ex-Entombed A.D.) play guitar and bass for Dieth. Chapters: 00:03:28 - The Organic Story of Their Band 00:07:36 - The Beginnings of the Collaboration 00:13:18 - The Writing Process and Recording Techniques 00:20:46 - Composing With Vocals in Mind 00:28:25 - Collaboration and Limitations in Drum Programming 00:32:07 - The Power of Simplicity 00:43:49 - Underutilized Aspects of Guitar and Ideas That Don't Make It 00:47:29 - Revisiting Ideas From the Past 00:49:25 - Creating a Masterful Composition 00:51:27 - The Creative Process and Future Plans SUBSCRIBE ON YOUTUBE: https://bit.ly/RIFFHARDPODCAST LISTEN ON SPOTIFY AND APPLE: https://spoti.fi/3orTur3 https://apple.co/3BROI9t FOLLOW EYAL & RIFFHARD: https://www.instagram.com/eyalleviurmaudio/ https://www.instagram.com/weriffhard/ WEBSITES: http://riffhardpodcast.com http://riffhard.com
Episode 217 of Creative Chats is an insightful one with guest Tammy Fink, a seasoned 'Wowologist' with over 30 years of experience in marketing and design. Our conversation delved into the evolving nature of creativity and the art of wowing clients to build lasting connections. Here are the top 3 takeaways from our chat: 1. Create Unforgettable Experiences: Going beyond basic client interactions is key. Tammy shared invaluable insights on the significance of creating a "wow" factor to build strong client relationships and ensure success. Small, thoughtful gestures can make a lasting impact on client satisfaction and advocacy. 2. Know Your Target Audience: Understanding the unique needs and preferences of your clients is essential. We discussed the importance of knowing your client avatar to effectively serve them and create personalized experiences that resonate. 3. Building Authentic Connections: The value of building relationships beyond promotional items was a focal point. We emphasized the impact of personalization in wowing and connecting with customers, highlighting the significance of thoughtful gestures over generic tokens. If you're looking to up your game in client experiences and marketing, don't miss out on Tammy's expertise. Visit https://wowtammy.com/book for a freebie with 14 ways to wow customers and discover more about her innovative approach. Let's continue to elevate our creative endeavors and leave a lasting impression on clients! Order your copy of my book, Make Fun a Habit: The Creative PLAYbook for Making Life and Work Fun Again at http://www.makefunahabit.com Join the free Facebook community, "Daily Creative Habit," where you can connect with like-minded individuals and cultivate your creative journey. Make sure to subscribe to the "Daily Creative Habit" newsletter, delivered to your inbox, for inspiration and practical tips. And don't forget to grab your copy of the "Daily Creative Habit" guided creative journal, designed to ignite your imagination and help you develop a consistent creative practice. http://www.DailyCreativeHabit.com
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Join host Rob Lee as he engages in a rich conversation with Christine Sciacca, curator of European art at the Walters Art Museum. They discuss Christine's journey in art history, her fascination with Ethiopian art, and the upcoming exhibition "Ethiopia at the Crossroads." Discover the connections between past and present, the significance of manuscripts in storytelling, and the cultural impact of Ethiopian art.
Our guest today is Jerod Impichchaachaaha' Tate, a composer, pianist and member of the Chickasaw Nation! Jerod shares valuable insights on his journey of self-discovery, embracing his roots, and the significant role they play in his artistic expression. Jerod tells us about his creative process, how he balances artistic productivity with parenting, and the significance of finding support in challenging times. Always grateful, he is juggling life's demands like the rest of us! We loved getting to know more about the man behind the explosion of modern American Indian music, and we know you will too!**If you enjoyed this episode, please consider rating and writing a quick review for our podcast! We have a Patreon site! Support us and get perks and bonus content!www.patreon.com/musiciancentric----------------Mentioned in this episode:Jerod's website: https://jerodtate.com/Rosette String Quartet on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rosetteSQ/----------------Our website: www.musiciancentric.com, for merch, joining our email list, and contacting us with stories and feedback!Episode edited by: Emily MacMahon and Liz O'HaraViolaCentric Theme by: JP Wogaman, www.wogamusic.comAdditional music by: Freddy Hall with www.musicforpodcasts.comThank you to our Sponsor for this season:Potter Violins: www.potterviolins.comVisit: VlaTutti's Marketplace for all sorts of one-of-a-kind resources for violists and beyond!Support the show
This week on our Arts to Hearts Podcast, our host Charuka Arora has invited Carrie Scott to talk about her career as a writer, curator, art historian, and TV presenter. As Carrie and Charuka sit down, they talk about the art world, wearing multiple hats as a creative, and how women are expected to behave in a patriarchal world. Carrie started her career as a writer, but soon she shifted her focus towards the art world. Carrie's passion for helping artists was a major catalyst behind her professional decisions. From being at a writing agency to doing temporary exhibits, she has come a long way in her creative journey. What always drove Carrie was her love for arts and how she found purpose in this field. At the same time, she acknowledges the baggage that comes with being in the art world, as being an artist is not an easy job, contrary to what many people still believe. For Carrie, her career took a significant turn, when in 2009, recession happened. For her, it ended up being a blessing in disguise because Carrie was able to launch her own business at a gallery and an art consultancy. Over the past decade, Carrie has worked with numerous well known artists including Nick Knight and Marina Shacola. Carrie's approach is centered on collaboration and building meaningful partnerships. She seeks out artists who have a clear vision, and helps them navigate the art world, whether it's through exhibitions, publications, or other creative projects. In this week's episode, Carrie also talks about not just women in general, but also women in arts. Since the beginning, Carrie has noticed the stark contrast between the treatment of women and men, and she highlights how in this day and age, women still have to fight for equal pay. Discussing the place of women in today's world, Carrie calls attention to the fact that not much has changed between the 80s and now, and there is still need for a lot of change in the society. To listen to more of this insightful conversation and understand how Carrie was able to build a successful career without a definite plan, tune in to this week's podcast. We are calling all women artists for our incredibly special “ATH Magazine Anniversary Issue”. Showcase you work to a global audience and get a chance to win 1,000 USD Art Grant: Submit your artwork . Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
Hi Cutie! Today I sit down with Jeffrey Crane Graham to discuss his journey in creating his feature film 'Always Lola'. Jeffrey or Jeff, as I call him, and I have know each other since we were little 20-somethings working (or in my case, interning) at AfterBuzz TV. Today he shares how he achieved his greatest creative dream: writing, producing and directing a feature film --which is now out on Prime Video, no less! He will talk about how he alchemized. his personal grief into a compelling script, the antidote to imposter syndrome and the importance of staying true to personal vision as an artist. Jeff provides insight into the challenges and benefits of working with one's spouse, vulnerability's role in the creative process, the changing climate of the industry, and the key tenant to all good stories. It's a compelling episode between two friends that will give you practical tools to go toward your dreams on a shoestring budget and a full heart. Timestamps and links below!! Love you more than you know. Link to watch/rent, 'Always, Lola' Here: https://www.amazon.com/Always-Lola-Roxy-Striar/dp/B0CBB4SGZG Follow Unleash: @unleashyourinnercreative Follow Me: @LaurenLoGrasso 00:04 Introduction and Guest Introduction 00:52 Jeffrey's Journey to Filmmaking 02:27 Jeffrey's Move to New York City 04:49 Jeffrey's Creative Process and Inspiration 09:26 Jeffrey's Film Project: Always Lola 12:46 Challenges and Triumphs in Filmmaking 19:23 Collaborating with a University for Film Production 25:53 How to work with a Spouse in Creative Projects 29:35 How to navigate Creative Differences in Film Production 32:35 The Power of Communication in Relationships 33:13 The Challenges of Producing a Micro-Budget Film 34:01 The KEY to Good Storytelling 35:39 The Evolution of your Creative Identity 36:33 The Decision to Write and Direct 42:22 The Power of Vulnerability in Leadership 45:58 The Struggles and Triumphs of film making 48:53 How to navigate Journey of Self-Discovery and Transformation 49:22 The Challenges and Rewards of Casting 52:51 The Impact of the Strike on Film Distribution 54:12 The Joy and Fear of Releasing a creative project 59:59 The Importance of Supporting Independent Film 01:00:26 Final Thoughts and Reflections
Guest: Drew Ryder Smith, Artist/SongwriterOn Twitter | https://twitter.com/drewrydersmithOn Facebook | https://facebook.com/drewrydersmithOn TikTok | https://tiktok.com/drewrydersmithOn Instagram | https://instagram.com/drewrydersmithOn YouTube | https://youtube.com/drewrydersmith_____________________________Host: Marco Ciappelli, Co-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining Society Podcast & Audio Signals PodcastOn ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/marco-ciappelli_____________________________This Episode's SponsorsAre you interested in sponsoring an ITSPmagazine Channel?
SHOW NOTESTranscripts available on the Creative Pep Talk episode!Sign up to the newsletter and receive a FREE copy of The Creative Career Path e-book! https://www.creativepeptalk.com/pathCheck out the Creative Pep Talk shop at creativepeptalk.etsy.comMarlee Grace's Podcast, Common ShapesOff the Grid PodcastCALL TO ADVENTUREThree questions before you make anything for free:Is this the right channel for the medium?What is the purpose?Is that the purpose I need to be focused on?SPONSORS & SHOUT OUTSOUR PATREON BACKERS Thank you patrons, we appreciate you so much! If you have the means, support the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!
Introduction:Host: Geoffrey D. CalhounInstagram @screenwriterpodGuest: Terissa Kelton, Writer, ProducerNotable Projects: "Harriet the Spy" (Apple TV+), "Flight of the Navigator" (in development with Disney)Segment 1: Origin StoryTerissa's background in theater, acting, and journalism during high school and college.Transition from acting to independent film in Austin, TX.Involvement in a micro-budget independent film company and working on 10 feature films in five years.Roles: Background actor, PA, development, pre-production, post-production, distribution strategies.Move to Los Angeles in 2015 as streaming platforms emerged.Segment 2: Diverse Experiences in FilmmakingTerissa's involvement in various aspects of filmmaking: acting, directing, DP work.Valuable lessons learned from trying different roles in the industry.Acknowledging and respecting different roles in the film production process.Importance of networking and genuine connections in the industry.Balancing multiple jobs while pursuing a passion in independent filmmaking.Segment 3: Seizing OpportunitiesTransition to working on "Scouts Guide to the Zombie Apocalypse" through a family connection.Showing up, saying yes, and making opportunities happen on set.Building connections in the industry through genuine interest in others' work.Navigating challenges and working multiple jobs while pursuing a career in filmmaking.Importance of defining oneself and determining personal successes.Segment 4: Facing Imposter Syndrome and ChallengesDiscussion on imposter syndrome, depression, and anxiety in the industry.Overcoming doubts and acknowledging that everyone faces challenges.Terissa's openness about her experiences and struggles.Encouraging authenticity and self-acceptance in a social media-driven world.Segment 5: Current ProjectsOverview of "Harriet the Spy" on Apple TV+ and "Flight of the Navigator" in development with Disney.Bryce Dallas Howard's involvement in directing "Flight of the Navigator."Adapting beloved IP like "Harriet the Spy" for a contemporary audience.The excitement and challenges of working on adaptations and rediscovering original intentions.Conclusion:Future plans for "Flight of the Navigator" and potential production updates.Closing thoughts on the importance of authenticity and perseverance in the entertainment industry.Acknowledgment of challenges and the shared experiences of those in the creative field.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/4506618/advertisement
Welcome to Faith Film Fan Podcast! Join us for an exclusive conversation with Brock Heasley, the debut writer and director of the highly anticipated film, "The Shift." Set for release in over 2,000 theaters, this cinematic marvel blends science fiction with an allegorical depiction of the diverse worldview within the church.Rick and Brock talk through the journey of transforming a modest $500 short into a $7 million production and the pivotal role played by Angel Studios in bringing this visionary project to life.Whether you're a film enthusiast or intrigued by creative processes, this episode takes you behind the scenes of "The Shift," offering insights into its unique storytelling and the captivating world Brock has crafted on the big screen. Don't miss this inspiring conversation with a filmmaker on the brink of making cinematic history. See The Shift opening in theaters December 1. Watch the Trailer, Get Tickets and Learn More Here.
Guest: Allan Liska, Owner at Green Archer ComicsOn Linkedin | https://www.linkedin.com/in/allan2On Twitter | https://twitter.com/uuallan____________________________Host: Sean Martin, Co-Founder at ITSPmagazine [@ITSPmagazine] and Host of Redefining CyberSecurity Podcast [@RedefiningCyber]On ITSPmagazine | https://www.itspmagazine.com/itspmagazine-podcast-radio-hosts/sean-martin____________________________This Episode's SponsorsImperva | https://itspm.ag/imperva277117988Pentera | https://itspm.ag/penteri67a___________________________Episode NotesIn this episode of Redefining CyberSecurity, host Sean Martin chats with Allan Liska, a cybersecurity professional and comic book writer. Allan shares his journey of creating the comic book series "Yours Truly, Johnny Dollar," which follows the adventures of a cyber insurance investigator battling ransomware. While the focus is on entertaining and escapism, there is also an educational component, keeping the technical aspects true to life without boring readers.Allan discusses the catharsis and wish fulfillment he experiences through the comic book medium, allowing the protagonist to do things that are not possible in real-life cybersecurity cases. He highlights the importance of problem-solving and investigation, drawing parallels between incident response professionals and the character's approach to challenges. The conversation delves into the process of turning the story into a comic book format, including hiring artists, finding a publisher, and running a successful Kickstarter campaign.Allan expresses his gratitude for the support he received from the cybersecurity community and the challenges of running a small business. They explore the creative process of adapting technical descriptions into a visually appealing comic book format, emphasizing the need for an independent editor to ensure the story flows visually. Allan reflects on the intersection of cybersecurity and storytelling, discussing the theme of wish fulfillment and the heroic role of threat intelligence analysts.About the Comic BookA new comic book series featuring Johnny Dollar, the star of the 1940s - 60s radio serial of the same name! He is back fighting ransomware and more!Written by Allan Liska, the comic is based on CBS Radio's popular serialized drama of the same name that ran from 1949 through 1962. Known as “the man with the action-packed expense account,” Johnny Dollar has been reimagined and brought into the digital age to fight ransomware as a hard-nosed cyber insurance investigator.In this first issue, Johnny Dollar is called to Johnstown, Pennsylvania to investigate a ransomware attack against Gotham Steel. The insurance company is concerned that there may be a company insider helping the ransomware group. Johnny quickly realizes something is off with this case and must race to find the insider, while avoiding attacks from Russian thugs, before the company caves in and pays the ransom.____________________________Watch this and other videos on ITSPmagazine's YouTube ChannelRedefining CyberSecurity Podcast with Sean Martin, CISSP playlist:
Join me for an insightful conversation with Xencelabs' very own IAN SAYERS, and discover the latest innovations in digital drawing solutions that are set to transform the way photographers approach photo editing.THIS WEEK'S LINKS:GET A FREE ADOBE CREATIVE CLOUD SUBSCRIPTION WHEN JOININGTHE LOFOTEN VIKING PHOTOGRAPHY WORKSHOP? (AND FOR AN EXTRA 5% OFF USE THE CODE DAVE5)https://www.idavewilliams.com/trainingJOIN THE CAMERA SHAKE COMMUNITY for the latest news and some behind the scenes insights: www.camerashakepodcast.comIan Sayers on the web:https://www.xencelabs.comIan Sayers on Social Media:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ianwsayersLinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/iansayers/YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/@XencelabsInstagram: @iwsayersTwitter: https://twitter.com/iwsayers======================================Camera Shake Photography Podcast on YouTubehttps://www.youtube.com/camerashakeFULL EPISODE 180 ‘Revolutionize Your Workflow: The Future of Photo Editing with Ian Sayers' IS ALSO AVAILABLE ON:YouTube: https://youtu.be/dY1YReRwF7kApple Podcasts - https://apple.co/2Y2LmfmSpotify - https://spoti.fi/304sm2G======================================FOLLOW US ONInstagram: https://www.instagram.com/camerashakepodcast/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/camerashakepodcastX (Twitter): https://twitter.com/ShakeCameraTikTok: https://www.tiktok.com/@camerashakepodcastKersten's website:www.kerstenluts.comKersten on Instagram:https://www.instagram.com/kerstenluts/https://www.instagram.com/threeheadsinarow/
My guest today is Alan Questel.Alan S. Questel is known for his clarity, creativity and down to earth style of teaching. He brings a depth of understanding, humor and gentle human perspective while creating lively conditions for learning. Alan has taught thousands of people in over 20 countries.He was trained by Dr. Feldenkrais and has created numerous Feldenkrais programs over the years.Alan was an actor before becoming a trainer in the Feldenkrais methodology. He is also an author of the books Creating Creativity – Embodying the Creative Process, and Practice Intentional Acts of Kindness… and like yourself more, which we talk about during our conversation today. This book holds deep wisdom and practical exercises to take action and practice intentional kindness, as well as find ways to like yourself more!This conversation with Alan is a delight in so many ways. Alan and I didn't know each other at all before recording this conversation and it was super easy to connect and dive into discovery. Alan, thank you for this conversation. Thank you for sharing these pieces of your story, for sharing your wisdom, and your passion for helping others connect more with themselves and others through kindness. If you'd like to connect with Alan, you can find links in the show notes, or go to uncommonsensing.com.Connect with Alan:Website: www.uncommonsensing.comYouTubeMake Life Less Difficult
This week on Arts to Heart's Podcast, our host Charuka Arora sits down with Brea Gallery's director, Katie Chidester. Katie, who has been part of the arts community for about 25 years now, talks about Brea Gallery, what it does, and why it's important to have such community-building initiatives. Katie Chidester share with us why she became a creator and what it's like working in a visual art space. Talking about being in the arts field, Katie acknowledges the hardships artists often have to face as they battle self-doubt and are expected to succeed without any help or support. For artists, it become necessary to have a community where they are not afraid to approach someone for guidance or collaboration. More people need to step up and take it upon themselves to create such an inclusive community where an artist, or a non-artist, feels welcome instead of being intimidated. Brea Gallery was set up in 1980 in Brea, California, and during the last 38 years, it has constantly strived to provide contemporary art exhibitions for artists and non-artists alike. The gallery's aim is to engage the community though aesthetic, educational, and intellectual experiences. Apart from its art exhibitions, Brea also offers artist lectures, workshops for all ages, a gift shop, and live art demonstrations. To listen to more of this interesting conversation between Katie and our host Charuka, tune in to this week's podcast. We are calling all women artists for our incredibly special “ATH Magazine Anniversary Issue”. Showcase you work to a global audience and get a chance to win 1,000 USD Art Grant: Submit your artwork . Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
SHOW NOTESTranscripts available on the Creative Pep Talk episode!Sign up to the newsletter and receive a FREE copy of The Creative Career Path e-book! https://www.creativepeptalk.com/pathCheck out the Creative Pep Talk shop at creativepeptalk.etsy.comMelissa's WebsiteMelissa's TED Talk, How I found myself – by impersonating other peopleEither/Or: A Fragment of Life by by Soren KierkegaardYou Could Make This Place Beautiful: A Memoir by Maggie SmithPeteyUSA on TikTokCALL TO ADVENTUREThe either or method. SPONSORS & SHOUT OUTSOUR PATREON BACKERSThank you patrons, we appreciate you so much! If you have the means, support the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!
“If you practice kindness, you will like yourself more.” - Alan Questel Alan S. Questel is known for his clarity, creativity and down to earth style of teaching. He brings a depth of understanding, humor and gentle human perspective while creating lively conditions for learning. Alan has taught thousands of people in over 20 countries, on 5 continents. Trained by Dr. Feldenkrais (Amherst 1983) he has created numerous Feldenkrais programs on varied topics including one for pregnant women (Pregnant Pauses). He is author of Creating Creativity – Embodying the Creative Process. He is constantly discovering how to be kinder to others and toward himself and recently wrote, Practice Intentional Acts of Kindness which takes readers through steps to broaden and sharpen their understanding of kindness. It will show ways to embrace kindness in everyday life. And provide the means to be kinder and generate more kindness towards yourself and others. The book will help readers break through old, unconscious, confirming patterns of thought and feeling, and free them to express all the love and kindness in their hearts. You Don't Want to Miss: What it means to like yourself more How to truly like yourself What kindness in action looks like How to make kindness a daily practice to yourself and others AND SO MUCH MORE!! Links And Resources: Follow Alan Questel at www.uncommonsensing.com. Grab Your FREE Self-Love Activation Meditation and Self-Care List at: http://theabundancealchemist.com/ The Abundance Alchemist Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/theabundancealchemisttribe Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/caitlyn.theabundancealchemist/ Make sure you hit SUBSCRIBE so you don't miss out on any transformational thoughts, ideas, or inspiration! And, if you enjoyed this episode, please leave me a rating and a review! Sending you so much love and gratitude!
Natalie Jane sat down with Rob Herrera in LA for an in-depth interview on the creative process behind debut EP ‘Where Am I?.' Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed and learned something from this podcast please be sure to follow and rate it in order to help us grow in the podcast space. You are also welcome to help support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. If you'd like to watch my video interviews, I invite you to Subscribe to my channel at www.YouTube.com/FrontRowLiveEnt Follow Us: @FrontRowLiveEnt | @Robertherrera3 #NatalieJane #FrontRowLiveEnt --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/frontrowliveent/support
Ever wondered how being neurodivergent might affect your writing life? It's a topic that's close to many of our hearts but often stays in the shadows. Neurodivergence shapes our creativity, challenges, and even our storytelling styles in unique ways. It's all about embracing those differences and turning them into strengths in our author journeys. In this episode of the Author Revolution Podcast, I'm chatting with the amazing Quinn Ward, known from Bryan Cohen's Author Ad School and Write Your Own Path. Quinn's got some incredible insights on being a neurodivergent author. They're sharing personal experiences, practical tips, and how to navigate the writing world with neurodiversity as your superpower. Trust me, you won't want to miss this!
The Black Women Stitch 2024 Wall Calendar is available for preorder NOW! Do not miss out on your chance to and get your stitch together with a year of artistic inspiration!In this episode of the Stitch Please podcast, Lisa interviews Grace Christopher, the creative genius behind African Zesty Couture. Grace shares her journey into sewing, which began as a way to keep her mind active after moving to the United States (US) with her one-year-old child. Growing up in Nigeria, Grace had been exposed to her mother's sewing, but it wasn't until later that she truly delved into the craft. Grace's sewing journey began with an old treadle machine but when she moved to the US, she acquired an electric sewing machine, making her sewing experience more accessible. Her early projects were primarily for herself and her son, driven by a desire to connect with her Nigerian heritage. As Grace's sewing skills grew, so did her interest in different types of fabrics. She now offers a wide range of fabrics on her website, including Knit Ankara, Silk Adire, and Kampala. Grace provides insights into the cultural significance and unique characteristics of each fabric type, shedding light on their origins and traditional uses. Grace's approach to designing garments is influenced by her desire to celebrate the diversity of African fashion. She emphasizes the importance of allowing the fabric to speak for itself and encourages people to experiment with different styles and fabric combinations. Grace actively builds a sense of community among her customers through sew-alongs and challenges. These events provide opportunities for individuals to explore their creativity and gain confidence in working with African fabrics. The podcast episode concludes with Grace expressing her aspiration to flood the streets with African prints and her dedication to empowering others to embrace and incorporate these fabrics into their own creations. The conversation exemplifies the rich cultural tapestry that sewing can encompass, and the potential for creativity to connect people across continents.Sign up for the Black Women Stitch quarterly newsletterCheck out our merch hereLeave a BACKSTITCH message and tell us about your favorite episode.Join the Black Women Stitch PatreonCheck out our Amazon StoreGrace ChristopherGrace Christopher's journey is an extraordinary fusion of law and creative passion. Initially drawn to law, she devoted years to her legal career. However, her early exposure to her mother's sewing ignited a lasting passion. From her mother's vintage machine to crafting her own garments as a teenager, Grace's creativity found its roots. A move to the US and motherhood rekindled her love for sewing, inspiring her to blend her Nigerian heritage with her creative passion for sewing. Grace's designs breathe life into African fabrics, infusing them with modern flair. Through approachable teaching and challenges, she cultivates a community of creatives, aiming to saturate the streets with African fashion. As a mother, business owner, and designer, Grace exemplifies the transformative power of self-expression and celebrates the beauty of diversity. Lisa WoolforkLisa Woolfork is an associate professor of English specializing in African American literature and culture. Her teaching and research explore Black women writers, Black identity, trauma theory, and American slavery. She is the founder of Black Women Stitch, the sewing group where Black lives matter. She is also the host/producer of Stitch Please, a weekly audio podcast that centers on Black women, girls, and femmes in sewing. In the summer of 2017, she actively resisted the white supremacist marches in her community, Charlottesville, Virginia. The city became a symbol of lethal resurging white supremacist violence. She remains active in a variety of university and community initiatives, including the Community Engaged Scholars program. She believes in the power of creative liberation. Insights from this episode:How Grace's experience with sewing was both a way to stay busy and to feel connectedGrace's transition from practicing law to pursuing a career in sewing, driven by a desire to keep her mind active and find joy in creativityAfrican Zesty Couture, specializes in offering various types of fabrics that have cultural and regional significance, and she aims to provide a wide range of options to cater to different tastes and preferencesThe silk adire fabric, traditionally associated with the Yoruba people, is known for its tie-dye patterns and is now also produced in silk, giving it a unique texture.How Grace approaches design: sometimes starting with a specific fabric that inspires a creation, while other times she envisions a style and looks for a fabric to matchTikTok as a strategy to connect with others through sew-alongs and challenges, encouraging others to explore their creativity with African fabricsGrace hosts live TikTok session primarily on Fridays at 12:30 PM Central TimeInitiatives that aim to break down the perception that African prints are exclusive or difficult to work withThe ultimate goal of Grace's business is to "flood the streets with Ankara," emphasizing the accessibility and versatility of African fabrics in everyday wearGrace's journey from practicing law to becoming a successful entrepreneur in the sewing industry reflects her passion for creativity, her cultural connection, and her dedication to empowering others to explore their own creative potential Quotes from the show:“The growth of your son and the growth of your sewing skills seem to kind of come up at the same time, like they're rising together.” - Lisa Woolfork, Stitch Please, Episode #207“I always encourage people do not see African fabrics as something difficult to work with or exclusive.” - Grace Christopher, Stitch Please, Episode #207“It just depends on how I'm feeling at the moment. I think as creatives, we tend to go back and forth based on how we are feeling and that's part of the beautiful thing about being a creative.” - Grace Christopher, Stitch Please, Episode #207“You also spend time building community among your customers and not just your customers but everybody, by having different sew-alongs, having different challenges... I think that's really encouraging because it shows that you really want to build a relationship between yourself and your clients and you want anyone who is consuming your fabric to feel confident that they can use it for something that would make them happy.” - Lisa Woolfork, Stitch Please, Episode #207“The fundamental reason why I do that is I feel like I cannot spread this thing fast enough on my own because one of the goals of my business is I say it like a little catch phrase to to flood the streets with an Ankara.” - Grace Christopher, Stitch Please, Episode #207“Your challenge is really more like an invitation for people to investigate their own creativity.” - Lisa Woolfork, Stitch Please, Episode #207“I think sometimes we stumble into great things when we don't even plan on them.” - Grace Christopher, Stitch Please, Episode #207"Be kind to yourself... embrace the journey and learn as you go." - Grace Christopher, Stitch Please, Episode #207"Color your life with these beautiful prints." - Grace Christopher, Stitch Please, Episode #207 Resources Mentioned:Black Sewing NetworkYoutube: Zesty African CoutureStay Connected:YouTube: Black Women StitchInstagram: Black Women StitchFacebook: Stitch Please PodcastLisa WoolforkInstagram: Lisa WoolforkTwitter: Lisa WoolforkGrace ChristopherAfrican Zesty CoutureEtsy: African Zesty CoutureInstagram: Zesty CoutureTikTok: @AfricanzestycoutureYoutube: Zesty African CoutureFacebook: Zesty CouturePinterest: Zesty CoutureSubscribe to our podcast + download each episode on Apple Podcasts and Spotify.Produced and Edited by the Fermata Audio Collective:EP - Krystal HillProducer - Mike Bryant
In this episode, the Off-Road Racer Podcast teams up with Jim Beaver at SEMA 2023, and sits down with master engraving artist Hank "Hanro" Robinson. They discuss Hanro's military background, his transition into engraving, and take a peek into his creative process.This show is part of the Spreaker Prime Network, if you are interested in advertising on this podcast, contact us at https://www.spreaker.com/show/5852620/advertisement
Marisa Radha Weppner has taught yoga and meditation since 2002. Known for her authentic self-expression, humorous yet grounded, she empowers others to embody their soul's wisdom. Visit her website for information about life coaching, ketamine therapy, private and group yoga, and morehttp://marisaradhaweppner.comIG: @marisaradhaweppner _______________________________________________NEW ALBUM OUT NOW! - "Music For The Deck of the Titanic" - LISTEN / BUYUPCOMING LIVE - http://eastforest.org/ticketsJan 18 - Deep House Yoga, San Francisco, CAFeb 4-10 - Ceremony Retreat at Reunion, Costa RicaPATREON / GIFT - Please support the show by joining our East Forest COUNCIL on Patreon. Monthly Council, live-streams, demos, and more. COMMUNITY - join at EastForest.orgMUSIC by East Forest: Spotify / AppleMEDITATIONS by East Forest on Spotify & AppleSHOP: http://eastforest.storeConnect with the Forest - Mothership: http://eastforest.orgIG: @eastforest | FB/TT/YT: @eastforestmusic
Take The 6 Stages of Illustration: Leading Clients Through Your Art - Use this link to get 30 days free on Skillshare.Where do ideas come from? How do illustrators, artists and designers get their best ideas? Is it in a stroke of inspiration like a bolt of lightning? Do they mediate for as long as it takes until the perfect idea to appear in their heads? In this episode, we explore how ideas find their into our heads and onto the page and beyond. In Chapter 1 we look into what it means to "get" an idea. Then in Chapter 2, I share my 6 stage process for how to come up with ideas whether or not lighting strikes. I close with some challenging homework that might just help you break through to find your next great idea. HOW TO SUPPORTThank you for listening/watching!01 — Share this episode/podcast with a friend. This is the single most effective way to help grow this podcast.02 — Support me on Patreon at http://patreon.com/tomfroeseThis helps me cover some of the costs of running the show.03 – Take my Skillshare classes! Visit http://tomfroese.com/teaching to find links to all my classes. Use these links and get 30 days of free membership on Skillshare!04 – Join my mailing listNever miss an important update. Sign up at http://tomfroese.com/contact IN THIS EPISODE0:00:00 - Intro0:02:29 - How to Support0:03:35 - Update on Anniversary Episode plans0:07:17 - Chapter 1: What is an Idea?0:09:58 - 2 Ways Creatives Get Their Ideas0:16:25 - Knowing HOW to get ideas means knowing WHAT YOU DO0:23:27 - What goes into an illustration/creative idea?0:28:17 - Examples of ideas0:29:45 - Examples of non-ideas0:32:49 - Ad: Introducing 1 on 1 coaching!0:34:07 - Chapter 2: 6 Steps for Coming Up with Ideas0:37:45 - Stage 1: Define the problem0:39:45 - Stage 2: Understand the subject0:44:35 - Stage 3: Formulate a perspective0:49:08 - Stage 4: Come up with rough ideas0:57:49 - Stage 5: Refine your best ideas1:01:31 - Stage 6: Finalize your idea (final illustration)1:05:19 - Conclusion: Shift from "coming up with ideas" to Solving Problems1:07:56 - Advice for beginners to break through in your ideas1:09:01 - Outro LINKS FROM THIS EPISODENiemann, Christoph. "Christoph Niemann Tells the Brutal Truth About the Creative Process." Wired.com. December 2016. https://www.wired.com/2016/12/sunday-sketching-christoph-niemann-tells-brutal-truth-creative-process.The Style Class: Work Out Your Illustration Style in a Daily Project (Skillshare Class)The Six Stages of Illustration: Leading Clients Through Your Creative Process (Skillshare Class) PODCAST CREDITSAll music, including Theme Song and Cues by Mark Allan Falk. FIND ME ELSEWHEREtomfroese.comlinktr.ee/mrtomfroese
Meet Aro Rose, Her WHY is Challenge. Aro Rose, an American singer-songwriter and actress, is a unique voice in the music and entertainment industry. Born in Manhattan, New York, Aro's life has been deeply intertwined with music and acting. From playing the piano and writing poems in high school to attending the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, her journey is marked by a passion for storytelling, whether through melodies or on stage. Her album "Damaged," reflecting on personal struggles and resilience, showcases her commitment to connecting with audiences on a deeply emotional level.Resilience in the Face of Adversity: Learn how Aro Rose's personal challenges, including the tragic loss of her mother, shaped her music and acting career, offering hope and solace to others facing similar struggles.Creative Process and Inspiration: Gain insight into Aro's unique approach to songwriting and acting, where life experiences and films serve as the foundation for her artistic expression.Navigating the Entertainment Industry: Discover Aro Rose's experiences in the competitive realms of music and acting, and her strategies for maintaining integrity and personal values.To explore the fascinating journey of Aro Rose and get inspired by her resilience and creativity, tune in to this episode of the "Beyond Your WHY" podcast. Her story is not just about music and acting; it's about the power of the arts to heal, connect, and transform lives. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Bina Altera is the intuitive, dynamic visual communicator behind the branding studio, BE-NA. An accomplished artist, illustrator, photographer, and designer, Bina created BE-NA for people who understand that a visual identity that reveals their true passion and purpose is essential to their success. The syllables of her first name inspired the name of the studio: ‘BE' is a reminder to be in the moment and ‘NA' means there is nothing (nada) in the way of infinite possibilities.Prior to founding BE-NA, Bina's photo-collage illustrations appeared in The New York Times,The Boston Globe Sunday Magazine, and The Atlantic Monthly, among other noteworthy publications. She has received numerous awards for editorial art and she spent over a decade at the School of Visual Art, leading emerging technologies. While at SVA, a multi-disciplinary art and design school in Manhattan, she earned an MPS in Digital Photography, taught digital imaging and photography, and created a course in advanced digital printing. She also holds a BFA from the Art Institute of Boston.Episode Highlights▶00:00 Welcome▶00:44 Getting to know Bina: her background and work▶01:00 The importance of visual identity in success▶03:09 Bina's journey to becoming an artist▶04:58 Bina's experience with psychedelic medicines▶09:31 Bina's transition to entrepreneurship▶11:04 The intersection of art and psychedelic work▶15:24 The importance of branding in business▶16:50 Bina's unique approach to branding▶19:12 The process of creating a brand▶22:33 The role of intuition in Bina's work▶32:54 The importance of fonts in branding▶35:40 The importance of intention in design▶36:51 The evolution of a brand▶37:54 The power of authenticity in branding▶38:31 The journey to rebranding▶38:46 Branding advice for new entrepreneurs▶44:32 The fear of being copied and the future of AI in branding▶54:18 Future plans and projects Bina Altera's Links & Resources▶ Website: https://www.binaaltera.com/▶ Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/binaaltera/▶ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/bina.altera▶ Linkedin: https://www.linkedin.com/in/binaaltera/
We often talk about the design of a character or planet. Maybe a sound how a sound effect came to be. But if we go deeper, designing is a creative art form and it's often overlooked “HOW” one designs. In this short episode we find some quirky ways some of the designers came up with their ideas and creations during the production of Revenge of the Sith.
Holy crap, 250 episodes! That's nearly a quarter million words of script and over 20 hours of audio since March 2018. Dive into insights about podcast growth, audience engagement, and creative evolution. Hear my exciting news about upcoming projects, including the new interview show Experience.Computer, and learn how you can support and be part of my creative journey. Full Show Notes: https://www.thejaymo.net/2023/11/19/301-2338-episode-250/ https://experience.computer/ Support the show! Subscribe to my zine Watch on Youtube Permanently moved is a personal podcast 301 seconds in length, written and recorded by @thejaymo
Absolutely sat down with Rob Herrera at The Novo in LA for an interview on the creative process behind debut album ‘Cerebrum' Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed and learned something from this podcast please be sure to follow and rate it in order to help us grow in the podcast space. You are also welcome to help support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. If you'd like to watch my video interviews, I invite you to Subscribe to my channel at www.YouTube.com/FrontRowLiveEnt Follow Us: @FrontRowLiveEnt | @Robertherrera3 #absolutely #FrontRowLiveEnt --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/frontrowliveent/support
BIZZY sat down with Rob Herrera in LA for an interview on the creative process behind debut EP ‘I Don't Get Breakups.' Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed and learned something from this podcast please be sure to follow and rate it in order to help us grow in the podcast space. You are also welcome to help support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. If you'd like to watch my video interviews, I invite you to Subscribe to my channel at www.YouTube.com/FrontRowLiveEnt Follow Us: @FrontRowLiveEnt | @Robertherrera3 #bizzy #FrontRowLiveEnt --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/frontrowliveent/support
Navigating Successful Collaborations Episode #119 In today's episode, we explore the transformative power of collaborations. Nick shares personal experiences from the world of musical theater and filmmaking, highlighting the importance of trust in collaborative partnerships. We discuss the game-changing impact of collaborations on professional growth and the need for clear communication and shared vision. Join Nick as he unravels the keys to successful collaborations and the profound impact they can have on one's creative journey. Takeaways: Trust is the foundation of successful collaborations - it's like a spiritual partnership and requires clarity and shared vision. Embracing diverse skill sets and work ethics can lead to unique and innovative outcomes in creative projects. Open dialogue, mutual respect, and the willingness to adapt and compromise are essential for overcoming challenges and achieving collaborative success. Take the Creative Visionary Quiz and find out your type to learn how to understand and utilize your energy to create abundance in your life and business. www.creativevisionaryquiz.com Nick Demos is a Tony and Olivier Award winning Broadway producer, documentary filmmaker, conscious business coach and manifestation expert With over 15 years of teaching pranayama (breath work), yoga and creativity as well as thirty years in the entertainment industry, he has travelled from the Tony Awards to ashrams and run a multi-million dollar business in between. Nick helps you clear blocks and tap into your creative intuition so you can tell your stories and manifest the business and life of your dreams creating wealth and impact.
Welcome back to "Unlocking Your World of Creativity." In today's episode, we delved into the world of music composition and performance with the talented Amy Brookes, drummer, vocalist, keyboardist, and percussionist of the band Low Tide Levee. Here are five key highlights from our conversation (plus you'll hear clips from 3 of her songs):**1. The Genesis of Low Tide Levee:**Amy shared the band's origin story, dating back to 2012 when she, along with her husband Sasha and friend Chris, reformed a musical project. She transitioned from being just a drummer to a songwriter and vocalist, a pivotal moment that shaped the band's unique sound.**2. Creative Process and Musical Essence:**Amy revealed her creative process, often starting with a melody or phrase that encapsulates the essence of the song. She discussed the collaborative dynamics within Low Tide Levee, highlighting the contributions of guitarist Harold and the recent addition of Dustin Newman, enhancing the band's sound.**3. Overcoming Creative Obstacles:**We explored the challenges Amy faced while seeking a guitarist and the sometimes awkward process of finding creative collaborators. Despite initial setbacks, Amy persisted, receiving affirmation from a reputable PR company and media outlets during the album rollout.**4. Confidence and Sharing Your Work:**Amy shared her journey of gaining confidence to share her music with a broader audience. The affirmation from external sources and positive feedback during the album release bolstered her belief in the value of Low Tide Levee's music.**5. Nurturing the Creative Flame:**In closing, Amy emphasized the importance of treating creative creations like children, believing in them, and constantly refilling the creative well. She highlighted the significance of finding what inspires and fuels one's creativity, ensuring a continuous flow of ideas.**Pull-out Quotes:**"I have to be the singer. I can't find someone else to be the singer, but I love being the drummer. So what did I do? I learned to do both at the same time, which was a brand new thing and really fun, really exciting and fulfilling.""You have to believe in your creation. I feel and in a way that's almost like faith, you just keep going no matter what.""There's something about, for me, it's going out in nature, but, you have to discover, I think, for yourself what fills your creative well, but to keep doing that through the process, because that's what keeps that flame of inspiration, I think, lit."In conclusion, Amy Brookes provided valuable insights into her creative journey, the challenges she faced, and the perseverance required to bring her music to the world. To experience the unique blend of blues, psychedelic rock, and funk, check out Low Tide Levee's music and stay tuned for more creative insights on "Unlocking Your World of Creativity."Amy's Website @lowtidelevee on Instagram Amy's Facebook page Amy on YouTube Thanks to our sponsor ExactRushExact Rush B Copyright 2023 Mark Stinson Music tracks are copyrighted, provided by the artist, and used with permission.
This week on Arts to Hearts Podcast, our host Charuka Arora has the pleasure of sitting down with Paddy Johnson who is the founder of VVrkshop, a company that strives to uplift struggling artists and help them get grants, residencies and shows. Paddy is also the co-founder of the collaborative national publishing project Impractical Space, and apart from being a two-time nominee Best Critic at the Rob Pruitt Awards, she is has also won the Village Voice Web Award for best Art Blog. In this episode, Paddy talks about a lot of things, but most importantly, it is the one problem that many artists face that Paddy touches upon; the imposter syndrome. From having the self-doubts to being able to accept them and move past them, somewhere Paddy learned how to be a creative without her inner critic sabotaging her success. As an entrepreneur, she has also found interest in places she never thought she would, and it's because all of it is tied to her business, something that she is truly interested in. As we move forward, Paddy gives some valuable advice on how to set your goals as an artist. Talking about its three stages, which include networking and outreaching, Paddy instructs artists on how they should navigate their journey in the art industry. With Paddy's experience as a creative in the art industry, it's no wonder that she has established a space for fellow artists who need guidance and help in their careers. Paddy has been in the art industry for a long time, and apart from running the Netvvrk, she has also worked with galleries, curators and artists. Paddy was always great at drawing and was attracted towards the field of art, and ultimately, she found that writing about art brought her the satisfaction. She had opinions, and she was able to share them with the world on her blog. To learn more about Paddy and her thoughts on navigating in the industry as a creative, tune in to this week's podcast. We are calling all women artists for our incredibly special “ATH Magazine Anniversary Issue”. Showcase you work to a global audience and get a chance to win 1,000 USD Art Grant: Submit your artwork . Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
Halle Abadi sat down with Rob Herrera in the studio for an interview on her creative process and new single “me-a-holic” Thank you for listening! If you enjoyed and learned something from this podcast please be sure to follow and rate it in order to help us grow in the podcast space. You are also welcome to help support this podcast with a small monthly donation to help sustain future episodes. If you'd like to watch my video interviews, I invite you to Subscribe to my channel at www.YouTube.com/FrontRowLiveEnt Follow Us: @FrontRowLiveEnt | @Robertherrera3 #halleabadi #FrontRowLiveEnt --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/frontrowliveent/support
SHOW NOTESTranscripts available on the Creative Pep Talk episode!Sign up to the newsletter and receive a FREE copy of The Creative Career Path e-book! https://www.creativepeptalk.com/pathCheck out the Creative Pep Talk shop at creativepeptalk.etsy.comMaslow's Hierarchy of NeedsCALL TO ADVENTUREConvertible mooning! Top down, bottoms up assessment of your personal needs. Coin, community, confidence, and connotation.SPONSORS & SHOUT OUTSOUR PATREON BACKERS Thank you patrons, we appreciate you so much! If you have the means, support the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!
The beloved alt-rock band Wilco has just released their latest record, “Cousin.” Frontman Jeff Tweedy talks to Tom about his creative process, why he doesn't want to perform a song he wrote about mass shootings in front of an audience, and why he doesn't feel beholden to his past music when writing new songs.
Welcome to the first episode of Briefly Creative. In this episode, I share my journey searching for purpose in my personal and professional pursuits by questioning them over and over again.brieflycreative.fmWritten and recorded by Greg Gunn.Music - “Looking At Things” by Spoq.
Introduction to Shaine Amir's background and his initial steps in the world of writing.The story behind his viral tweet and how it launched his professional writing career.Transition from casual writing to becoming a published author.Reflections on the creative process and maintaining authenticity in writing.Discussion of Shaine's book "e l e v e n" and its impact as a self-help guide.Advice for aspiring writers on navigating the publishing world and embracing their unique voice.Information about Shaine's future projects, his website (www.byshaineamir.com), and social media presence Instgram (@shainepagnepapi).Shaine's experience interning at Penguin Random House and his contributions to the "The UpComing Podcast".
Join hosts Rob Lee as he chats with Brandt Ricca and Matt Miller, the creators of the enchanting series, The Bernice Books. They discuss their entrepreneurial journey, the themes in their books, the influence of the American South, and their upcoming release, Bernice and the Shadow Witch. Tune in for an insightful conversation at the intersection of arts, culture, and community.
This week's Arts to Hearts Podcast is extra special as we've got not one, but two amazing guests. In this episode, our host Charuka Arora sits down with Leizel Strauss and Pegah Kargar who are the co-founders of Art Girl Rising and Repaint History. While Leizel and Pegah's individual art journey began years ago, they recently joined hands to create an enterprise that aims to challenge the gender gap in the art world and empower women and non-binary artists. In this podcast, Leizel and Pegah talk about how they both decided to use their expertise to create a joint social enterprise and how challenging it has been for them to find financial stability. For Leizel and Pegah, the number one objective from day one has always been to create a platform for supporting women and non-binary artists. That's why, every decision they have taken so far has been made to further that cause. Liezel and Pegah also had their own individual life experiences that had a huge role in influencing them to support women in arts. However, their journey has been beset by its own challenges as they navigated through the art world. Liezel launched Art Girl Rising in 2018 in order to support the female artists in the industry. On the other hand, Pegah Kargar was on her own path, where after a decade of being in the finance industry, she entered the art industry and founded Repaint History in 2018. Both of these exemplary women were doing their part in making sure that women artists had equal opportunities, until they connected online during the pandemic and instantly bonded with each other. Their collaboration has been a gift to the art world ever since! From conceiving a simple idea of highlighting women in arts to now hosting mentorship sessions for artists and donating more than $37,000 in artist funding, both Leizel and Pegah have come a long way. To find out more about the impact they are making in the art world, tune in to this week's podcast. We have an open call for artsits to join our "Emerging Woman Artist Award". Showcase you work to a global audience here: Submit your artwork . Order Arts To Hearts Magazine #4 here: Learn how you can UNLOCK YOUR CREATIVE POTENTIAL in 2023. Sign up for our FREE Mini guide & workbook. Check out the Arts To Hearts Shop at Join ATH directory for women artists here: Listen and subscribe on Apple Artist Services:
SHOW NOTESTranscripts available on the Creative Pep Talk episode!Sign up to the newsletter and receive a FREE copy of The Creative Career Path e-book! https://www.creativepeptalk.com/path OR get the Creative DIet Pyramid https://www.creativepeptalk.com/dietCheck out the Creative Pep Talk shop at creativepeptalk.etsy.comFran Meneses (Franerd)'s Youtube Channel - [Rolling Stone Music Challenge]CALL TO ADVENTURETurn the other cheek!Find your guide and humble yourself, lean into the discomfort, and feel the burn anyway!SPONSORS & SHOUT OUTSOUR PATREON BACKERS Thank you patrons, we appreciate you so much! If you have the means, support the show at patreon.com/creativepeptalk!
Today's 'Rise Every Day' episode brings you the compelling narrative of Kajé Jones, a multidimensional artist making her mark from Cleveland to California. Kajé opens up about her mission to heal through sound and the intricate blend of her favorite genres: Hip hop, R&B, and trap. We'll delve into the stories behind her stirring tracks 'Time' and 'Stressome', and the overall impact of her project 'Impostor Syndrome'. Kajé's insight into maintaining authenticity in an industry that pressures conformity is as refreshing as her music. Join us as we explore the depths of artistic creation and the power of embracing one's true self in the quest for musical elevation. Don't miss out on this enlightening conversation packed with raw emotions and passionate artistry. Website: https://www.kajejones.com/