Art forms that create works that are primarily visual in nature
From School to MSNBC to Local News to Voice Over Artist - Alice Everdeen - Episode 118 I'm Alice Everdeen- a female voice actor, mutt mom, soap maker, knitter, and volunteer yoga teacher for recovery groups. Nice to meet you! My career in voiceover informally began in Middle School when I would perform and narrate my friend group's "Jackass"-style stunt videos and place prank phone calls to unfortunate friends and family members. After realizing pranks were not a sustainable career path, I decided to pursue the media world instead. I attended Rutgers University and received dual BA degrees in Journalism and Media Studies as well as Visual Arts with a focus in video. I went on to write and produce for both local and national television stations and advertising agencies across the United States, and was nominated for a prestigious Emmy award. There, I also fell in love with voice acting. Since taking my voiceover career full-time in 2020, I have voiced over 2,000 projects for clients such as Walgreens, Southwest Airlines, Amazon Web Services, Colgate, Kraft, Heinz, IBM, Verizon, Red Bull, ExxonMobil, and more. I'm also honored to have been featured in Business Insider and Money.com. My work is heard around the world by thousands of people every day, from retail stores and internal training videos, to radio commercials and call on hold messages. (Kind of bizarre to think about!) To my clients, I'm known for my warm and friendly tone, excellent customer service, and speedy audio delivery. I've had the privilege of training with Mary Lynn Wissner, Marc Preston and Julie Williams. Outside of the voiceover booth, I can be found traveling, hanging out with my partner and dog, picking up too many new hobbies, and eating peanut butter cups. If you're looking for a female voiceover artist, look no further! I've got the bold, millennial voice you've been looking for.
This is The Digital Story Podcast #855, August 9, 2022. Today's theme is "Comeback Kid - Camera Industry May Have Weathered the Storm." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue What started with the invasion of the smartphones was compounded by the pandemic, supply chain shortages, bad weather, and an expensive shift to mirrorless technology. But it appears that the camera industry catering to enthusiasts and pros are seeing the future cast in a more optimistic light. And regardless of which brand your prefer, this is good news. More detail on today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
Hello!!!I went one a 1 week cruise onboard the P&O Iona, we went to:StavangerOldenHellesyltHaugesundArtists whose work was onboard:Ewan EasonJenny PockleyBlaker - DeSommaSebastian Chaumeton Natalie MuirJohnny MorantMore information available here about the P&O Iona art collection:Whitewall GalleriesMr BrainwashKris HardySprocket Rocket film camera I have bought can be seen hereMy video art 'Reparative' can be seen hereGeorge Wilding the busker we heard, his Spotify is here - go support artists!!Socials:Instagram - @scarlettart18Website - scarlettford.co.uk - YOU CAN LISTEN TO THE POD FROM MY WEBSITE!!Linkedin - https://uk.linkedin.com/in/scarlett-ford-485795208Email - email@example.comEdited on LumafusionMusic from Epidemic SoundsMic: Samson Q2UThank you for listening!Scarlett
Refiloe chats to the Hemanus Visual Art & Design Spokesperson, Vivienne Mitchley to talk about the Hermanus Visual Art & Design Program that aims to empower young people. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Peter Robbins is one of America's most respected UFO investigative writers. He's been involved in the field for more than thirty-five years, as a researcher, investigator, writer, lecturer, activist, conference organizer, documentary producer and author. A regular fixture on US and UK radio, he has written for numerous online and print publications both here and abroad and appeared as a guest on and been consultant to numerous television programs and documentaries. Peter was a founding member of Budd Hopkins' Intruders Foundation and worked as Hopkins' assistant for many years. In 1998, he founded the groundbreaking news website UFOcity.com and served as it's editor-in-chief through to its conclusion in 2004. From 2007 until 2010 he was a consultant to the City of Roswell NM and coordinator of their annual UFO symposium. In 2013 he was made a member of the French Académie d'Ufologie and that same year invited to give testimony at the Citizen's Hearings on Disclosure held at the National Press Club, Washington, D.C. Robbins was Event Coordinator for the SCI FI Channel's ‘Alien Abduction Phenomenon: A Symposium, organized to promote the release of the Steven Spielberg miniseries ‘Taken,' and is an Associate Producer of the award-winning documentary, “Travis: The True Story of Travis Walton.”Peter Robbins was born in New York City and holds a BFA (painting, film history) from the city's School of Visual Arts where he taught painting for more than a dozen years. He has traveled extensively, is an experienced New York City touring guide, and an accomplished photographer.
Charlotte Colbert is a multimedia artist fascinated by questions of identity, nature, inheritance, and cultural demands. Her feature debut, SHE WILL, is an ethereal ghost story about healing, witchcraft, and revenge. LA BOUM is a movie from 1980 about a cute 13 year old who goes to a fun party. Where do these paths intersect? In “the Neumanon,” apparently! After that far-out and philosophical conversation, Jordan has one quick thing about Mia Goth in general, and the forthcoming PEARL in particular.Jordan quotes this interview with Charlotte from 1883 Magazine.***With Jordan Crucchiola and Charlotte Colbert
Visual Art har har knäckt koden koden för hur man tar kunden från en digital plats in i den fysiska... Så hur gör man då? För att ge oss svaret har vi bjudit in marknadsföringsdrottningen; Monika Lindquist, Marketing & Communications Director på Visual Art. I veckans avsnitt ger hon dig en checklista för hur du lyckas med konststycket att konvertera besökare till kunder. Hur kan du öka din försäljning? Vad krävs för att skapa långsiktiga och hållbara relationer till dina kunder? Lyssna och lär när Monika ger dig sina bästa tips! Önskar du komma i kontakt med Retailpodden? Maila gärna: firstname.lastname@example.org
Today I'm chatting with Brydie Stewart, the curious creative behind Mary Maker Studio. A Visual Arts educator & creativity coach with a global following of over 500k worldwide, Brydie is transforming the face of Fibre Art with her innovative practices, exclusive range of bespoke fibres and sought after educational experiences. In this episode we talk about: Walking your own path Tips for when others don't see your vision Standing out from the crowd Scaling a business from the ground up and more! Connect with Brydie: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/marymakerstudio/Website: https://marymakerstudio.com.au/ YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCQpoLbMNWgoB9P7PKU6bYIA www.suzchadwick.com/pod225 To find out more head to: www.suzchadwick.com http://www.suzchadwick.com/bba http://www.suzchadwick.com/amplify
This weekend's 1 in 44 guest is Jay Perez! Jay is an artist, and a new friend of Anderson Center for Autism. Jay grew up and currently resides in the Sunset Park neighborhood of Brooklyn. He began creating art at a young age focusing on comic and graffiti art, and also creating custom denim jackets. He attended the School of Visual Arts in NYC after high school, and later joined the New York Police Department. Jay was on the force for 27 years, eventually becoming a sketch artist within the department. Jay recently connected with Anderson Center for Autism when he re-worked our Anderson Blue Knights Logo. This logo is now on the new Anderson food truck, which you can see out and about in our local community at events! Tune in to learn more about Jay or visit his shop: https://www.redbubble.com/people/jayperez/shop
This is The Digital Story Podcast #854, August 2, 2022. Today's theme is "One Half 'Somewhat Satisfied' with Their Backup System." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue One thing has led to another, and our ongoing conversation about Peakto has led to a bigger discussion about backup strategy in general. So I presented a poll to our Inner Circle Members, and I'm going to share those results, and some tips, on today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
Abigail Ervin-Penner is an illustrator based in Lincoln, NE who has crafted a career for herself by creating her own unique world of monsters and storytelling. In her own words: "I have created a world encompassed by darkness.It is a darkness that is not inherently frightening. It is a darkness that does not scream for the light, but rather makes its own beauty.It is a darkness filled with night-blooming flora and a full moon in every sky. The stars know me by name, and so do the creatures that dwell below.I have created a world where darkness does not parallel fear. Where monsters are not equal to evil. In the world that I have created, there is only hope. And growth. And wonder.I make drawings, and I make them a lot. I always have, and I imagine I always will.The road to get here, however, was steep and strenuous. Internal battles with my demons led me to a place of promise. Physical battles with chronic illness led me to a place of peace.My mother's resilience taught me my own. In this, and through this, I made a living out of drawings."Check out Abigail's website and shop HERE. Follow Abigail on Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter. You can find Andrea's music on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, YouTube, and anywhere else that music can be streamed or downloaded!Follow Andrea on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok. Andrea's official website can be found at AndreavonKampen.com. Finally, if you would like to receive updates about new music, tour dates, podcast episodes, and more you can sign up for Andrea's mailing list HERE.
In 1984 Suzy Leydonfrost was attending the School of Visual Arts in NYC, when she decided that scene wasn't for her. A friend who had a job at Tower Records in the Village told her she'd get her a job interview. What happened during that interview was pretty outlandish, but Suzy got the job and her journey with Tower Records began. In this episode of “2500 DelMonte Street: The Oral History of Tower Records” Suzy Leydonfrost describes the energy of mid 80's Manhattan as well as her ascent with Tower Records and Video. Taking the job seriously, Suzy became a Supervisor and then the #625 Store Manager in a short period of time. From 1985 to 1991 Suzy ran several Manhattan Tower Video stores. In 1991 Suzy became the East Coast Regional Manager for the Video Division where she helped open and oversaw a swath of stores on the East Coast. In 1995 Suzy left the Video Division and in a short period of time ran the original Lincoln Center, it's move to Ansonia while Lincoln Center was being renovated and then the return to the remodeled Lincoln Center #866 which she ran until she left the company in 1997.One of the highlights of the interview is Suzy relaying in some detail her time running the cursed Ansonia building and a horrific shooting that took place on Halloween 1995. Suzy also talks about her approach to running the remodeled Lincoln Center store and how she made sense of operating a store with 150 employees. Finally, she explains why running an in store with a Classical artist was mored difficult than an inshore with a punk rock band.
With a camera in his hand, Harvey Stein owns the streets, having spent the past 50 years capturing quintessential moments and making sensitive portraits of the people he meets there. In this two-part episode, he shares details about his photographic process while also conveying the wisdom he's acquired in publishing 10 books of photographs. We first caught up with Stein at the 2022 B&H OPTIC Conference in June, where he spoke about his newest book Coney Island People: 50 Years. He describes his interactive approach to street photography by traveling near and far in search of the human animal. Although he packs a Canon 5D for foreign locales where vibrant colors can be an important element, Stein is most at home with his Leica M4, a 21 mm lens, and a finder that lets him maintain visual contact with his subjects. We also learn about his Manhattan darkroom, and all the money he's saved by rolling his own film for all these years. In addition to his substantial photography chops, Stein is also an expert in photo book publishing. To leave no stone unturned, we continue our conversation in the studio after a break. Stay to the end for insights about working with publishers, including pitfalls to avoid and tips for turning your own photo project into book form. Guests: Harvey Stein Photograph © Harvey Stein Sponsored by Logitech Blue Yeti Mics
This is The Digital Story Podcast #853, July 26, 2022. Today's theme is "The Best Software for B&W Photography." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue As we prepare for our upcoming B&W Photography Workshop, I've been having a lot of fun revisiting some of my favorite software. And the one thing that really jumps out at me is: there is black and white, and then there is BLACK & WHITE! So the first story of this week's show is dedicated to apps that help you create masterful monochromes that dazzle. I hope you enjoy the show. thenimblephotographer.com, click the box next to Donating a Film Camera, and let me know what you have. In your note, be sure to include your shipping address. Affiliate Links - The links to some products in this podcast contain an affiliate code that credits The Digital Story for any purchases made from B&H Photo and Amazon via that click-through. Depending on the purchase, we may receive some financial compensation. Red River Paper - And finally, be sure to visit our friends at Red River Paper for all of your inkjet supply needs. See you next week! You can share your thoughts at the TDS Facebook page, where I'll post this story for discussion.
Have you worked with a social media influencer? While the concept of working with influencers may sound intimidating to some, we can assure you that with clear goals and succinct calls to action, the process is super rewarding and for direct to consumer sales can be very lucrative. Welcome to Marketing Tip Monday with SIP Certified. We know customers are looking for wines labeled as sustainable. While our longer-form episodes help you learn about the latest science and research for the wine industry, these twice-monthly micro podcasts will help you share your dedication to sustainable winegrowing so you can show your customers that you share their values. Today we are taking about social media influencers. As we've discussed in previous Marketing Tips, partnering with social media influencers is a great way to reach groups of people who may be unaware of your brand, and specifically, partnering with a "wine influencer" will ensure that your brand is being shared with consumers who are passionate about wine and wine culture. In an effort to broaden brand awareness for SIP Certified, we engaged social media influencers in Q1 and Q2 of 2022. These campaigns were an incredible way to educate consumers about the benefits of purchasing SIP Certified wines and helped distill the messaging of sustainability down to digestible language via influencers. Creating a budget, establishing goals, brand parameters, and tracking engagement are the key elements in an influencer campaign. Any reputable influencer will have a rate sheet complete with their prices for different types of posts as well as their average engagement rates and demographic reach. This is important for your brand as the reach should be successful and align with your existing or aspirational customer. Setting brand parameters is important so the influencer's messaging is in line with your existing brand guidelines and feel. Now, to really see how these partnerships have played out, I invite you to check out our show notes and use the link to our latest article called, Connecting with a Broader Audience. Here you can see the recipes created by the equally talented and funny Jerry James Stone. This year, Jerry is pairing SIP Certified brands with fresh and simple eats that you are going to want to try for yourself. Check out Seared Polenta with Slow Roasted Tomatoes and Pesto & Ron Rubin's 2019 Russian River Valley Pinot Noir and Blackberry Balsamic & Basil Grilled Cheese & Rava's 2018 Grenache Rosé. This year we just had to work with Isis Daniel, aka the Millennial Somm again. A certified Level 3 with Merit Wine and Spirit Education Trust wine consultant and wine content creator, she produces educational and entertaining wine content across her social media channels. In her fun and casual #TastingThursday Instagram live show, she sits and sips with wine-growers and -makers through a friendly interview, giving her audience insight into the personalities and passions of the people behind the wines. Grab a glass of McIntyre's 2018 Pinot Noir and sit back and enjoy our #TastingThursday with Kristen McIntyre of McIntyre Wines! A lifelong love for travel, a degree in Visual Arts and Art History, and a whimsical purchase of a bottle of Bordeaux were the perfect ingredients to inspire Christy to begin her exploration of California's diverse wine-growing regions. Thus, Christy on the Vine was born. Her wine blog is dedicated to documenting her experiences with the wines and wineries she encounters on her journeys. Join Christy on the Vine as she enjoys SIP Certified Sustainable Wines from the Santa Lucia Highlands in the sand in Monterey Bay. Featured on this blog and Instagram post are the 2019 SLH Chardonnay from McIntyre Family Wines and the 2019 Lucia Pinot Noir from Pisoni Family Vineyards. Dedicated to making wine, food, and travel more fun, Mike Cano leverages his multilingual, communications, and digital marketing skills to invite consumers of all demographics to explore various wines and wine regions. Through his wine blog, LatinxWine, he shares informative brand backstory and wine tasting notes of the wines he enjoys. His sunny, poolside Instagram post documents his experience of two SIP Certified wines: Center of Effort's 2017 Edna Valley Chardonnay, and Cambria Estate Winery's 2020 Julia's Vineyard Pinot Noir. Tag us, and use the SIP Certified GIPHYs! If you are SIP Certified, we love seeing and sharing your content! Tag us @SIPCertified in your upcoming Instagram and Facebook posts. And make sure you use our GIPHYs on your next Instagram story or Snapchat content. Just search for "SIP Certified" in the stickers, or check out the link to this article to save the files so you can use them in your emails or on your website. Check out the show notes for links to this article, more posts filled with the latest social media tips to grow your following, and to sign up for our biweekly Marketing Tips newsletter. Until next time, this is Sustainable Winegrowing with the Vineyard Team. References: Connecting with a Broader Audience Does social media impact wine sales? Marketing Tips eNewsletter SIP Certified Social Media Tips
To kick off the July episode, Nathan speaks with Executive Director Michele Gallant of the Calgary Fringe Festival. Afterwards, Jeanne interviews one of the Fringe Fest Artists, Caroline Russell-King, about her performance 'Absinth Bourbon Vodka & Saki'Tickets for the show can be found here: https://tickets.calgaryfringe.ca/event/366:66/366:848/ calgaryfringe.caThe Calgary Fringe Festival runs from July 29th to August 6th in Inglewood. Then, it's a chat with Abigail Stosky-Rahman, program coordinator for Nature Alberta about their upcoming Family Nature Nights: Brilliant Birds at Weaselhead park on August 3rd.naturealberta.ca/family-nature-night-brilliant-birds Be sure to check out the resources Nature Alberta provides to become a citizen scientist! https://naturealberta.ca/citizen-science/
The 2021 State of Latinx Art Report: Cultural Accelerators and Houston's Community Cultural Capital Houston's Latino Art Community is at a turning point. In the past, Latinos have not been thought of as intellectuals. Worse, often, we have not been thought of at all. This is changing, and this 2021 State of Latinx Art Report provides the proof. The 2020 State of Latinx Art Report conveyed the crisis facing the Latino Art Community and called for unity. This 2021 State of Latinx Art Report will convey that unity is occurring, taking shape, Writer and activist Tony Diaz, El Librotraficante, interviews Houston Art leaders who discuss the State of Latinx Art today. Monica Villarreal, Danza Azteca Taxcayolotl. Geraldina Wise, Chair, ALMAAHH-Advocates for a Latino Museum of Cultural and Visual Arts & Archive Complex in Houston, Harris County Sixto Wagan, Project Director for the BIPOC Arts Network and Fund. Click here for the website with past State of Latinx Art Reports starting in 2018: www.TheStateOfLatinxArt.org. Click here for the written 2021 State of Latinx Art Report: https://bit.ly/2021StateOfLatinxArtReport Click here for a video overview of a larger conversation on the 2021 State of Latinx Art Report: https://youtu.be/3BcaPoEOLTo * This is part of a Nuestra Palabra Multiplatform broadcast. * Video airs on www.Fox26Houston.com. * Audio airs on 90.1 FM Houston, KPFT, Houston's Community Station, where our show began. * Live events. Thanks to Roxana Guzman, Multiplatform Producer Rodrigo Bravo, Jr., Audio Producer Radame Ortiez, SEO Director Marc-Antony Piñón, Graphics Designer Leti Lopez, Music Director Bryan Parras, co-host and producer emeritus Liana Lopez, co-host and producer emeritus Lupe Mendez, Texas Poet Laureate, co-host, and producer emeritus Writer and activist Tony Diaz, El Librotraficante, hosts Latino Politics and News and the Nuestra Palabra Radio Show on 90.1 FM, KPFT, Houston's Community Station. He is also a political analyst on “What's Your Point?” on Fox 26 Houston. He is the author of the forthcoming book: The Tip of the Pyramid: Cultivating Community Cultural Capital. www.Librotraficante.com www.NuestraPalabra.org www.TonyDiaz.net Nuestra Palabra is funded in part by the BIPOC Arts Network Fund.
Mia Anika is a visual artist, cartographer, and mental health advocate based in Atlanta, Georgia. She earned her Bachelor of Art in Visual Arts from Agnes Scott College in 2014. Her work centers around discovering and exploring inner worlds, the intersections of color theory and mindfulness, drawing inspiration from Julie Mehretu, Mary Lovelace O'Neal, Michi Meko, Radcliffe Bailey and Sam Gilliam. She advocates for holistic approaches to mental health and wellness and invites others to facilitate their healing by participating in the creative process, through journaling and workshops. She recently led a workshop at the 2019 Yale Black Solidarity Conference on fine arts and resilience. Her work has appeared at Decatur Arts Alliance, HOBI Studios, TILA Studios, and currently at Art of Touch Massage & Health Center in Midtown Atlanta. Art Heals the Broken! You can follow along with Mia on her Website and Instagram.
When Students at the Bronx High School for the Visual Arts looked around their school, they had a bad case of the "blahs." It was an art school without art, they said. They dreamed of making change but felt powerless and stuck until an idea long hindered began to bloom. In this episode, they discuss how they worked with school administrators to develop a special art project and start a new tradition. This bonus episode of the Houses on The Moon podcast is part of HOTM & History UnErased's Youth Equity Podcast program. The program is funded by the New York City Council Committee on Education, and was developed by History UnErased in partnership with Houses on the Moon Theater Company.To learn more, visit https://unerased.org/resource/nycdoe-youth-equity. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Josh joins Alex and talks about his entry into comics and how life, fashion, and music drives his creative vision. An NYC native, Josh graduated from the School of Visual Arts early in the pandemic and maximized his digital platform to catch the attention of Marvel and DC with his phenomenal character illustration. @JSwayArt@sway_art#comics #indiecomics #artist #comicbook #podcast #marvel #dccomics #imagecomics #idw #boom #dynamite #oni #darkhorse #dcpride #blackcat #harleyquinn #falcon #wintersoldier #milesmorales
This is The Digital Story Podcast #852, July 19, 2022. Today's theme is "Finally! Your Entire Digital Catalog in One Place with Peakto." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue Photography cataloging software has evolved a lot over the years. And as we move from software to software we often have to leave our older images behind. No more! Thanks to a breakthrough app called Peakto, you can browse pictures from Aperture to Capture One, all in one interface, plus leverage the power of AI to search and sort. It's nothing short of amazing, and you'll learn all about it on today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
Gander, Newfoundland was made famous internationally with the hit Broadway musical Come From Away. The Tony Award-winning blockbuster centered around how the town handled the massive influx of stranded airline passengers impacted by the grounding of flights after the September 11th terrorist attacks in the United States in 2001. What a lot of people don't realize is that Gander was able to handle that crisis in part because of its experience as the site of defections of tens of thousands of refugees from Eastern Bloc countries during the Soviet era. Some days more than 300 people would claim refugee status in Gander. More than 3000 Bulgarian refugees defected while they were en route through the Gander International Airport. And among them were artists Luben Boykov and Elena Popova. In 1990 the young couple was just starting a family in Sophia, Bulgaria when they made the life-changing decision to board a plane for Cuba under the guise of going there to a holiday. But their real plan was to defect once the plane landed in Gander to refuel. In this final episode of season three of Countless Journeys, Luben and Elena share their harrowing tale of fighting their way off that flight, uncertain of what lay ahead. “The plane started descending,” says Luben Boykov. “We had no idea where we were. Because no information was given, no PA announcements, nothing.” “I was choking. I had tears in my eyes. I couldn't breathe,” recalls Elena Popova. “I was trying desperately to take a breath of air and I did, and it was minus 20. I could feel the cold air, but it was the freshest breath of air I ever took.” The couple would go on to make Newfoundland their home for close to thirty years, where they raised their daughters and created art that is among gallery and private collections throughout the world.
Letura Idigima is a photographer based in Lincoln, NE, and the founder of the non-profit, Art Bus LNK. We discuss how she got into photography, and how that lead to her creating a non-profit that supports and fosters art for the youth of Lincoln, NE.You can find out more and donate to Art Bus LNK HERE. Check out Letura's photography website HERE. You can find Letura on Instagram, and Twitter.You can find Andrea's music on Spotify, Apple, Amazon, YouTube, and anywhere else that music can be streamed or downloaded!Follow Andrea on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and TikTok. Andrea's official website can be found at AndreavonKampen.com. Finally, if you would like to receive updates about new music, tour dates, podcast episodes, and more you can sign up for Andrea's mailing list HERE.
Sam Fox is a unique Director that is making her mark in Hollywood. Leslie sat down with Sam to discuss the techniques, inspiration and secrets behind her highly stylized films.More About SamBorn on a secluded animal farm at the top of Malibu's infamous Mulholland Highway and now based in Venice Beach, Sam blends highly stylized imagery, music, and psychedelia with horror and genre cinema via her production company Foxy Films (WOWZERS, UNAGI). Inspired by a clothing collection from indie fashion label Animal Crackers Clothing, for whom she often collaborates, Sam wrote and directed BAD ACID in 2021 featuring Bonavega, Number One Pop Star and DJ Harvey.Sam also produces with the Greatgrandma Film Collective, namely as executive producer along with Desiree Staples on Heidi Weitzer's female ensemble comedy feature MY DIVORCE PARTY coming 2022 (ft. Rumer Willis), and as producer on Britt Lower's CIRCUS PERSON, which screened at Tribeca Film Festival, won Best of Festival at Catalyst 2021, the Audience Award at Nashville Film Festival and which FX Productions' Diversity Hire, Ltd. is currently developing into a half hour TV series. Sam is also developing her mother's journey through addiction memoir BLOOD IS THICKER THAN VODKA into a mini series about alcoholism and family dysfunction, as well as Alex Knell'shorror fantasy project, MALOCCHIO, about body dysmorphia. Sam freelances as a commercial producer for J. Crew and spends her free time surfing, sailing and disco dancing.
Aged 18 Jennifer Baker packed her bags and moved from Florida to New York City to study at the School of Visual Arts, one of the best art schools in the US. It was the 1980s and she says that the school and the experience moulded her as an artist and as a person, but she couldn't live there forever. After graduating Jennifer had no clue of how to make art her profession, although she did try. She loved to travel and moved to Italy with her husband, where she ran a successful translating business for 20 years – but there was no time, or space, for painting.So, how is it that Jennifer has just returned from a gallery show in Florida, with more lined up in Italy and the US? What prompted Jennifer to pick up her paintbrush and beloved oil paints again, and what happened when she did? ‘I'm so glad I took the leap and started painting again. It's my passion and I love doing it.'CreativityFound.co.ukInstagram: @creativityfoundpodcastFacebook: @creativityfoundpodcastPinterest: @creativityfoundTwitter: @creativityfounClubhouse: @clairewaitebrown and Creativity Found Connect club Music: Day Trips by Ketsa Undercover / Ketsa Creative Commons License Free Music Archive - Ketsa - Day TripsArtworks: Emily Portnoi emilyportnoi.co.ukSupport the show
Karen Waller is a photographer based in Adelaide, South Australia. It was Karen's ICM images of agave plants that first caught my eye but digging into her portfolio I found she's also a fantastic aerial photographer and an accomplished portrait photographer with an amazing and diverse portfolio. Karen's creative journey started in childhood when she was encouraged to draw and paint and she went on to gain a degree in Visual Arts. Although photography has become her chosen medium, her work is still informed by the painter within. Karen's courageous curiosity has shaped a photographer who's work is quite unique and our conversation covers how she discovered ICM photography, how she has been able to use photography to get through difficult times, how she approaches new portrait subjects in the supermarket as well as the stories behind some of her most memorable photographs. I loved meeting Karen, I hope you do too. Here's my conversation with Karen Waller… Show Notes Follow this week's guest at the following links: Website - http://karenwaller.com.au (http://karenwaller.com.au) Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/karenwallerphotography/ (https://www.instagram.com/karenwallerphotography/) Connect with View Finders here: Episodes - http://www.viewfinderslive.com/podcast (www.viewfinderslive.com/podcast) Instagram - http://www.instagram.com/viewfinderspodcast (www.instagram.com/viewfinderspodcast) Tickets for the next View Finders Live Event - https://viewfinderslive.com (https://viewfinderslive.com) To save 10% off tickets for View Finders Live events, use the code VF10 Connect with me at: http://www.grahamdargie.co.uk (www.grahamdargie.co.uk) http://www.grahamdargie.com (www.grahamdargie.com) http://www.youtube.com/5minutephotography (www.youtube.com/5minutephotography) Additional show links Double Exposure: Portrait of Farmer, Scott Filmer: https://www.instagram.com/p/CHXKEdYDA5K/ (https://www.instagram.com/p/CHXKEdYDA5K/) https://www.instagram.com/p/CRYUoCRjGzL/ (https://www.instagram.com/p/CRYUoCRjGzL/) Portrait of Mursi woman, Ethiopia - https://www.instagram.com/p/CNRtYEUD4Qc/ (https://www.instagram.com/p/CNRtYEUD4Qc/) Other links: Wacom Tablet - https://www.wacom.com/en-us (https://www.wacom.com/en-us) Nikon Z7 - https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/digital-cameras/mirrorless/professional/z-7ii?product_code=VOA070AE (https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/digital-cameras/mirrorless/professional/z-7ii?product_code=VOA070AE) Nikon 24-70mm - https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/nikkor-24-70mm-f-2-8e-ed-vr?product_code=JAA824DA (https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/nikkor-24-70mm-f-2-8e-ed-vr?product_code=JAA824DA) Nikon 50mm - https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/single-focal-length/af-s-nikkor-50mm-f-1-8g?product_code=JAA015DA (https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/single-focal-length/af-s-nikkor-50mm-f-1-8g?product_code=JAA015DA) Nikon 105mm - https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/single-focal-length/af-s-vr-micro-nikkor-105mm-f-2-8g-if-ed (https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/single-focal-length/af-s-vr-micro-nikkor-105mm-f-2-8g-if-ed) Nikon 200-500mm - https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/af-s-nikkor-200-500mm-f-5-6e-ed-vr (https://www.nikon.co.uk/en_GB/product/nikkor-lenses/auto-focus-lenses/fx/af-s-nikkor-200-500mm-f-5-6e-ed-vr) Visit Adelaide - https://southaustralia.com/destinations/adelaide (https://southaustralia.com/destinations/adelaide) Mentioned in this episode: TTL TEASER TTL TEASER TTL TEASER
Katie Osborn's passion for wayfinding is at the heart of improving people's interactions with the built environment and is a believer in collaborating with experts to create ambitious, user-centered, and experiential design solutions. She is a regular speaker on wayfinding strategy and how it is “more than just signs,” sharing her expertise and passion for solutions that work for all people. She has presented her ideas and projects at national conferences for the American Planning Association, American Institute of Architects, and Society for Experiential Graphic Design. Before establishing Via Collective, Katie's prior experience includes large scale projects with Pentagram and Citizen Research & Design. She holds BFA from the University of Wisconsin – Stout; taught typography and design at the College of Visual Arts in St. Paul, Minnesota; is a past board member of AIGA Minnesota; She currently serves as the Director of Communications for the AIA NY Transportation & Infrastructure committee. Episode Mentions: Via Collective The Importance of Universal Design Book: Image of the City by Kevin Lynch Sylvia Harris Wayfinding in the Tokyo Subway System Follow Via Collective: Twitter | Insta Episode Website: https://mailchi.mp/designlabpod/katieosborn More episode sources & links Sign-up for Design Lab Podcast's Newsletter Newsletter Archive Follow @DesignLabPod on Twitter Instagram and LinkedIn Follow @BonKu on Twitter & Instagram Check out the Health Design Lab Production by Robert Pugliese Cover Design by Eden Lew Theme song by Emmanuel Houston
In this weeks episode, artist Maria Gabler walks us through her solo exhibition titled 'TRAMA' at PROXYCO Gallery located in Manhattan's Lower East Side. The show runs through July 20th - go see it! María Gabler (b. 1989) earned her BFA from the Catholic University of Chile and MFA in Visual Arts from the University of Chile. Gabler has exhibited extensively in Chile, including the solo shows “La Ventana” (2022) at Galería Gabriela Mistral, “Anfibia” (2021) at MAM Chiloé, “La Galería” (2017) at Sala de Arte CCU, and “Mirador” (2015) at Galería Tajamar. She has also participated in several group exhibitions in spaces such as Matucana 100, Galería D21, Galería Macchina, Galería Local, and Museo de la Solidaridad, among others. Her work has been recognized with the Sustainable Pavilion Award from the National Council for Culture and the Arts of Chile at ChACO Fair 2011; FONDART 2015, 2017, and 2020; Third Place in 2015 and First Place in 2021 in the CCU Art Fellowship and the Ca.Sa Foundation/Collection Award 2021, among others. In addition, since 2020, she has been part of the National Collection of Contemporary Art of Chile at the NationalCenter of Contemporary Art in Cerrillos. PROXYCO presents the works of emerging and mid-career artists from Latin America. Through exhibitions with artists that we represent as well as collaborations with galleries from Latin America and beyond, we aim to advance the understanding of work by artists of Latin American descent in an international art context. For PROXYCO, the term “Latin American” is not an essentializing classifier, but rather a fluid framework to value and engage with art that is informed by both a distinct cultural heritage and an ever-widening global perspective. Located in Manhattan's Lower East Side, PROXYCO was founded by Alexandra Morris (b. Mexico City) and Laura Saenz (b. Bogota). Links: Maria Gabler PROXYCO Gallery
Artist Portrait: “Y, a self portrait”, 2019 4 x 5 x 1” Oil and enamel on panel Alexandra Noel (b. 1989) currently lives and works in Los Angeles. She graduated with a BA in Visual Arts from the University of San Diego in 2011 and a MFA from Art Center College of Design in 2013. Alexandra Noel's small-scale paintings reveal uncanny assemblages of images. She concentrates on things depicted in a manner somewhere between surreal and familiar: newborns, home objects, and suburbia landscapes. She incorporates these aspects into far-flung imagined landscapes, tragic scenarios, and reinvented cinematic moments. The little panels hint at the size difference between human bodies and electronic devices. She zooms in, crops, stretches, and rescales her little panels as if they were images on screen. The audience is invited to view them from a very intimate perspective. Meanwhile, she emphasizes the tension between being sculptural and illusionistic. As a painter, Noel establishes a linguistic parallel to the dystopic and magical themes of her works by writing fiction that resembles the tone of poetry or a movie. Alexandra Noel lives and works in Los Angeles. Recent solo exhibitions include Four, Derosia, New York, US (forthcoming), Table, Crevecoeur, Paris, France, Funny Looking, Antenna Space, Shanghai, China, There's always something, Derosia (Bodega), New York, US, Master Planned, Freedman Fitzpatrick, Paris, France, Just a head, Atlantis, Marseille, France, and Theatre Road, Parker Gallery, Los Angeles. Recent group exhibitions include A Minor Constellation, Chris Sharp Gallery, Los Angeles, (forthcoming) Oh, Gods of Dust and Rainbows, Cleveland Institute of Art, Front Triennial 2022, Cleveland, Ohio, Chambres d'Amis: Ikea, Office Baroque, Antwerp, Belgium, Particularities, curated by Chris Sharp, X Museum, Beijing China, Made in L.A. 2020: a version, Hammer Museum and The Huntington, Bolthole, with Orion Martin, Potts, Los Angeles, A Cloth Over a Birdcage, Chateau Shatto, Los Angeles, Metamorphoseon, Galerie Sultana, Paris, France. Recent publications include “Thirty Stuffed Grape Leaves” and “Ricky Rides Rick” published by Apogee, Derosia and Holoholo and “Take me out, please” published by Bodega (Derosia) and saxpublishers. “Wedgies”, 2022 2 ¾ x 4 ½ x ¾” (x2) Oil and enamel on two panels Currently on view at Front Triennial, Cleveland Institute of Art “Skyscape Under Table”, 2022 4 x 4 ½ x 2 ¾” Oil and enamel on panel and wood Currently on view at Crevecoeur, Paris, France
This is The Digital Story Podcast #851, July 12, 2022. Today's theme is "5 Great Vintage Lenses for Your Digital Camera." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue Creative photography is often about character. How can we create looks that are unique and convey the intended emotion. One of my favorite starting points for this is to adapt a vintage lens to my Olympus PEN-F. Everything changes, from process to outcome. And the images are truly different. In today's podcast, I share 5 of my favorite vintage optics for digital photography. I hope you enjoy the show.
------Happy Impulse ™ Unfiltered was created, produced, and hosted by Roberta Hall (and special guests)Happy Impulse—aka Roberta Hall—is an artist, political activist, and hell-raiser from the United States. Her art focuses on the satirical and subversive, bringing vivid colors and pop-culture to her dark humor.Happy Impulse Unfiltered podcast is a no-bullshit, only anarchy approach to today's issues. Because global warming sucks, weed is lit, mental health should be celebrated, LBGTQ+ rights are human rights, and so much more.Bi-weekly, I and other creatives give their outlooks and opinions on society's bullshit. The more we talk about this shit, these issues, the more we can improve the world around us. If you give a f**k, this show is for you!Fuck being silent. Give sound to your strength.This podcast shares Happy Impulses ethos it gives creators a platform to share their stories with the world.You can find more from on Happy Impulse onWebsite/Store - https://happyimpulse.comInstagram - https://www.instagram.com/happyimpulse/Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/happyimpulsecreativeTwitter - https://twitter.com/HappyImpulsePinterist - https://www.pinterest.com/happyimpulse/Dribbble - https://dribbble.com/HappyImpulseBehance - https://www.behance.net/happyimpulse------Music provided by Epidemic Sound (https://www.epidemicsound.com)“Dubweed” intro music by Dream Valley Music (https://www.shockwave-sound.com/artist/dream-valley-music)
Suma is an entrepreneur, organizer and educator committed to solving some of our society's largest systemic challenges. Suma is Co-Founder/CEO of Future Acres, which builds advanced mobility and AI solutions for farms to increase production efficiency, farmworker safety and provide real-time analytics. She is a 3x AgTech + ClimateTech founder, is on the advisory board of Scale for ClimateTech, a Board Member of GrainPro, and teaches the Future of Food and Climate: Just Entrepreneurship at the NYC School of Visual Arts. She has also built and is active in inclusive tech communities, and has been awarded the White House Champion of Change for her Asian & Pacific Islander LGBTQ+ advocacy work. She started her career at a microfinance startup-turned-unicorn in India and was a Peace Corps Volunteer in Mali. She is a graduate of The Wharton School (MBA). https://www.futureacres.co/ https://nexuspmg.com/
Juliana Naufel is a Brazilian-based artist who uses affection as her primary subject. Her artworks are strongly influenced by the healing aspect of embroidering photographs as a way of making amends with the past. Naufel's artworks are in a number of private collections around the world, including The Wonders of Women Museum, USA, and The Kanyer Art Collection, USA. She has participated in artist residencies in Brazil and exhibited in Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, France, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom, and United States. Most often the themes were related to art & feminism or concepts of time & memory. Her work is featured in All SHE Makes Magazine, CandyFloss Magazine, Art + Type Magazine, ArtPremium, as well as in several art magazines from all over the world. Naufel is one of the longlisted artists of Women United Art Prize 2021, and has received 3rd Place at the SeeingWomen 2020 Awards, by Photos de Femmes, France. Naufel earned her MA Degree in Art Therapy from Universidade Cândido Mendes and her BA in Visual Arts from São Paulo's State University. In February of 2020, Naufel Co-Founded Photo Trouvée Magazine - a digital art publication that showcases contemporary artists who use found photographs as a medium in their works. www.naufss.com.
Jason Snell is a multidisciplinary artist who performs electronic music with biosensors and builds generative art installations. His performances use biofeedback loops to explore consciousness and the line between cause and effect. His installations explore the nature of authorship, requiring the presence of visitors to generate the art. These projects use live data from the body and mind to compose music and visual sequences in real-time. The resulting compositions are biomorphic - taking the shape of life patterns - and reveal a natural intelligence inherent in the world and our bodies. Jason's work has been featured at Sundance, SXSW, CPH:DOX, the Berlin Independent, SF Independent, Slamdance, and Eufonia festivals, in TV and print news, and earned ADC, IAB, Webby, and Glaad Media awards. His brainwave and bio-sonification work has captured the attention of neuroscience and arts communities. He has presented and lectured throughout North America and Europe, including at NYU, MIT, Ableton, Native Instruments, University of Iowa, and scores of music and technology shows, conferences, and festivals. He founded the Newbo Synth Group, a monthly educational forum about synthesis. He studied at the University of Iowa, Minneapolis College of Art and Design, School of Visual Arts in New York, Spektrum in Berlin, and is working on an Interactive Media Arts graduate degree from NYU New York / Berlin / Shanghai. Jason Snell: http://www.primary-assembly.com/ http://jasonjsnell.com/ Natalie Brown: http://www.soundshealstudio.com http://www.facebook.com/soundshealstudio.com http://www.instagram.com/nataliebrownsoundsheal Music by Natalie Brown, Hope & Heart http://www.youtu.be/hZPx6zJX6yA This episode is sponsored by The Om Shoppe.The OM Shoppe & Spa offers a vast array of Sound Healing and Vibrational Medicine tools for serious professionals and for those ready to make sound and vibration part of their ongoing lifestyle. More and more we are coming to understand that our individual wellness is a direct reflection of our personal vibration. How we care for ourselves, our physical bodies, our minds and our spirits. The OM Shoppe is ready to help you today in a variety of ways. They offer the countries largest showroom of Quartz Crystal Singing bowls, sound healing instruments and vibrational medicine tools. If you are ready to uplevel your sound healing practice The OM Shoppe is a great place to get guidance and direction. They are available to consult with you directly by phone or you can shop online. They really enjoy getting to know their clients and customers one on one to better help recommend the right sound healing tools in the right tones for you. Call them today or visit them at http://www.theomshoppe.com. If you are ever near Sarasota, Florida, do consider stopping in and visiting with them or enjoy a luxury spa treatment such as sound healing, energy work, massage, vibroacoustics or hypnotherapy. They truly offer a full holistic experience for practitioners and those seeking healing through natural means.
This is The Digital Story Podcast #850, July 5, 2022. Today's theme is "The Photography Endgame." I'm Derrick Story. Opening Monologue When you sit back and analyze the world of photography today, it's not unusual to wonder where you fit in. There was a time when making a pretty picture separated us from the snapshooters. But technology has dethroned that king. So why do we keep buying cameras, attending classes, reading articles, and yes, laboring over our images? I will share my theory in today's TDS Photography Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
As a child, watching her mother paint everyday, Linda Schreyer learned that with persistence and a creative spark there wasn't anything that she couldn't achieve. Linda is a music composer, television screenwriter, published author and writing teacher. She graduated from New York University and The School of Visual Arts studying electronic music with Steve Reich and Philip Glass, and began her entertainment career as a composer of film scores. A Clio award nominee, Linda became a jingle writer for General Foods, Coty Perfume, Lady Stetson, Xerox, Chrysler, Caloric Kitchens, L'Eggs, Heinz, Jello, and more. In the late 1980s, her career as a writer shifted to words instead of music. Linda has written over 1000 hours of serial television including Port Charles, Sunset Beach, General Hospital, and the Bold and Beautiful. She co-wrote and produced the television movie, A Place at the Table for NBC for which she received a Christopher award and an Ollie award. In 2004, she traveled to Moscow for Sony Pictures Television International where she wrote for the series, Poor Anastasia Sins of the Father and created dear Masha for Russian television. Linda taught a team of Russian writers how to write for serial television. She received a grant from the Austrian Ministry of Culture to write The Goldsmith's Daughter, a play-in-progress about her family and pre-war Vienna. Linda has mentored countless writers on completion of their books, taught classes since 1995, and conducted large writing workshops for organizations. Her books include From Cowboy to Mogul to Monster, a biography of producer Mark Damon. Tears and Tequila with Joanne Lawman is her first novel. What You Will Hear in This Episode: Linda's personal story. Linda's first scoring projects. Writing jingles. Songwriting and activism Writing and producing for film. Christopher award. Writing a script vs writing a screenplay Learning to stand up for herself. Longstory writing. Soaps and Russia Teaching writing. From Cowboy to Mogul to Monster. Advice for aspiring writers. Finding a writing coach/mentor. Quotes “It never really occurred to me to do anything else, but be a creative person.” “One of the things I learned is that I can do anything that I set my mind to.” “I am an experienced learner. I don't learn from people telling me. I learn from doing it.” “I've suffered from imposter syndrome, but the truth is I never let any of it stop me. “ “If you wanna do something, learn from the craft that already exists.” “There's no magic in writing. There is extreme hard work. To be in a community of writers, even if it's only a two person community is essential because writing is a solitary profession.” Mentioned: David Lucas Alan Menken Heart and Soul Music https://bonniemarcusleadership.com/ https://web.facebook.com/bonnie.marcus/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/bonniemarcus https://twitter.com/selfpromote https://www.instagram.com/self_promote_/ Gendered Ageism Survey Results Forbes article 5 Tips to own the superpower of your age IAMMusicGroup Purchase my book Not Done Yet on Amazon If you enjoyed this episode of Badass Women Podcast, then make sure to subscribe to the podcast and drop us a five-star review.
Who ya gonna call?? This week we're joined by special guest Robert Clough; as we dive into "Ghostbusters Afterlife." A long awaited sequel to the original Ghostbusters films, "Afterlife" stars Paul Rudd, McKenna Grace, Finn Wolfhard, and Carrie Coon; as well as Dan Aykroyd, Bill Muray, Ernie Hudson, and Harold Ramis returning from the original films. Does this film rely too much on nostalgia and callbacks? Or does it successfully find it's own path? And ultimately...is it good?If you'd like to suggest a film or film franchise, or if you'd just like to say hello, you can reach us at email@example.com, @biigpodcast on twitter, or @butisitgoodpodcast on instagram!
Tony interviews Christopher P. Garetano who is a passionate filmmaker. A graduate of the prestigious School of Visual Arts in New York CIty, Garetano burst onto the scene with his fascinating documentary, "Horror Business", about the agony and the ecstasy of working in the indie-horror world. A selection of several major film festivals - The New York Horror Film Festival, The Chicago Horror Film Festival,The London Filmmakers Convention, The Eerie Horror Film Festival as well as winning the Audience Choice Award for "Best Documentary" at The Long Island Film Festival - "Horror Business" takes viewers where very few ever go. The stress, the pain, the frustration as well as the joy and satisfaction of creating an indie horror film are all captured as Garetano follows five genre folk around and documents a "normal" day or week in their life. Most recently, he has written and directed the documentary "Montauk Chronicles." mtkchronicles.comBe sure to like and share this episode! Subscribe to never miss a new episode! There is new TRUTH BE TOLD content three times each week: tune into the MINUTEMAN REPORT, hosted by Robert Hensley, live on Mondays at 3P PT/6P ET, check out TRUTH BE TOLD TRANSFORMATION hosted by Bonnie Burkert, live on Wednesdays at 3P PT/6P ET, and join Tony Sweet with the original TRUTH BE TOLD on Fridays Live at 3P PT/6P ET!Learn more about TRUTH BE TOLD online at www.truthbetoldworldwide.comBe sure click on our SHOP page to get official TRUTH BE TOLD merchandise!Follow Tony on TikTok @truthbetoldparanormall