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You started your business because you love photography… but when it comes to the marketing, strategy, and admin side of things? It’s slowly killing the joy you once found in your craft. You worry that too much structure will throttle your ability to think creatively…but as it turns out, strategy isn’t suffocating- it’s freeing! And “profit” isn’t a dirty, four-letter word- it’s an essential ingredient in making sure your business runs well and serves the needs of everyone in your sphere of i ...
 
Welcome to our podcast! We are a nonprofit, multimedia digital magazine focusing on in-depth profiles of intriguing artisans and innovators across the globe — the movers and makers who are creating a world built to last. To support this project, please consider making a donation — it's tax-deductible! www.craftsmanship.net/donate
 
Homestead podcast where the conversation revolves around the value of tradition; traditional food prep and storage, traditional cooking, and of course, traditional artisan CHEESE. Topics discussed here are designed to create new perspectives and possibilities for how you might add the taste of tradition to your life. My husband and I work a small farm and are building a farmstead creamery. We practice sustainable living and produce farmstead and artisan cheese, hand-made in small batches. Yo ...
 
Welcome to the Queer Mercado Podcast, where you will listen to LGBTQ + vendors, artists & creators, that make up the Queer Mercado Community. You will hear their stories, their motivations, and the many ways they contribute to their local communities…they are the magic of the Queer Mercado. My name is Gaudencio Márquez & I invite you to join me & listen to these inspiring stories about this beautifully magical community. This podcast has been made possible by the incredible leadership of our ...
 
Masters and Founders is your weekly resource for all things business, startups, and mastering a craft or skill. The show's guests are the doers that inspire others to follow their own journey. They think outside the box, march to the beat of their own drum, and in the process create the best versions of themselves. Masters and founders follow a passion, something in their gut, for them there is no other choice but to follow their journey. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out informa ...
 
Artisans & Trade is a podcast for emerging artists and creatives. Through intimate conversations, documentary photographer Stephen Obisanya is peering into the lives of artists, entrepreneurs, and notable figures to discuss the work they dedicate their lives to and what it takes to build around one's passion. With each featured guest, the podcast is curating a useful learning resource to help emerging creatives develop as professionals. THE MISSION: 1. To introduce listeners to a variety of ...
 
The BFB podcast is dedicated to helping bakers and cottage food entrepreneurs build and grow in business, life and everything in between. Chef Schonberg is devoted to sharing tips, resources and conversations tailored to those in the baking industry. With her tough love perspective and passion for marketing Chef Schonberg makes it her mission to uplift and educate those in the baking profession. Become VIP for FREE- visit www.bakingforbusiness.com/tips and join the VIP club and get more busi ...
 
Portland Food Adventures founder Chris Angelus and long time radio host Cort Johnson invite the region’s most prominent tastemakers to discuss how they got from there to here (including their "Right at the Fork" moments"). Long-form interviews with the unique people who converged in Portland to make it a great place to eat and drink, along with soundbites and restaurant reports make this the podcast to listen to if you're into one of the most happening food scenes in the world.
 
Getting Stoned is a podcast about gems, minerals, and fun conversations that may go off-topic--but that’s perfectly fine. The mission of this podcast is to encourage folks to explore the wonderful world of crystals, gems, minerals, and the various ways they are used in life, technology, and more. The host, Johnna Crider is a jewelry artisan who wire wraps minerals and gems into jewelry and shares her growing knowledge on her blog. Getting Stoned is an extension of Johnna's gem and mineral bl ...
 
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Animation enthusiast and youtuber of the Blue Artisan channel I like to make videos expressing my fondness for animation and showcase a podcast on animations that we enjoy.
 
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Welcome to The Bubble, a podcast from Youtube's award-winning Craft Beer Channel, bringing you a weekly roundup and a monthly in-depth feature. Crack a beer and join us every Friday at 5pm to wind down and a look back at the week in beer, including the comments on this week's Youtube video. Then, once a month, we release the BUBBLE – a deep-dive podcast with artists, academics and writers in an attempt to get out of the craft beer echo chamber and expand our tiny little worlds. In doing so, ...
 
Let's cut through the noise! This is your one Stop solution for everything you need to make your portrait business a success! Hosted by the Portrait Paradigm–five legends in the world of Portrait Photography–this podcasts shares the foundational principles upon which they have each built long-lasting, successful businesses. They'll cover such topics as branding, marketing, photographic style, sales, client experience, and so much more. Join Michael Taylor and Sony Artisan Monica Sigmon, Tim ...
 
techno/house/electronica/dub bookings >> foodandsoundrecords@gmail.com support __ https://foodandsound.bandcamp.com/ _ IMPORTANT NOTICE: every second recorded or published on this profile comes from a vinyl being played. BRIEFEST BIO > Born in Spain, raised in London and educated in Berlin, elniñodelospeines has been playing on vinyl for more than 20 years. He has founded residencies and parties such as Bread&Butter in London, KiiroMusicShow in Tokyo, PequeñoClub in Spain and has tour every ...
 
Partners, parents and broadcasters Shabby and Man. He started in London She started in Delhi, somewhere on the way their paths crossed. From hosting the weekend breakfast show on radio together in India to ending up in London. Everything is on the menu. Currently Shabby (Shabnam Dutta Sahi) is one of the most listened to Asian radio presenters in the UK, while Man has been mostly drinking copious amounts of artisan coffee and contemplating life. ( In English with a smattering of Hindi ) all ...
 
As The Lord’s Artisan, I share revelations of the living word through narration inspired by the Holy Spirit. The Spirit of Wisdom has made me to understand that the truths of God's word has yet to be preached as Jesus charged. Many have abandoned the Way of Jesus by substituting other ideals that better fit their lifestyle. May true believers and hopefully non-believers alike be encouraged by the revelation knowledge of God. Consider this an ark invitation, to learn and grow in Christ, for t ...
 
Artisan herbalist Paula Kersch- Richter shares knowledge of herbs for every day life with special guests from the fitness and wellness industry. Together they get real about health, fitness and herbs ! Additional content, recipes and workouts : https://www.patreon.com/bandsandbotanicals Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/bandsandbotanicals/support
 
Make/Time— conversations about craft, inspiration, and the creative process. Listen to leading makers and thinkers talk about where they came from, what they're making, and where they're going next. Hosted by Stuart Kestenbaum and a project of craftschools.us
 
Welcome to the Modern Farm and Artisan Podcast, created for the people of Southern Utah by your co-hosts Kat Puzey, owner of the Downtown Farmers Market and West Village Farmers Market in Saint George, and Anna Lytle an urban gardener and low-waste living enthusiast. Our mission is to connect you to the lives and stories of our local farmers, makers, and educators that all are dedicating themselves to positively and powerfully impact our southern Utah community. This podcast was created as a ...
 
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Artisans SE | Mikko Lauhakari & Jonas Erlandsson

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This is a podcast by two web.dev dads in Sweden. We are very involved in running, maintaining and being a part of the Swedish Laravel community. That is where this podcast sprung from, the LaravelSE community. But we are about so much more than just Laravel, we also love frontend development, backend development, solution architecting, all things web, tech and gadgets. Besides talking about all of the things above, we also chitchat about being dads, life, hipster-ing and much more. Note: We ...
 
Doffing the Hat is a podcast talk show hosted by British Journalist Paul Godbold, the founder of Luxurious Magazine. In each episode, Paul talks to exceptional people, leaders, artists, entrepreneurs, visionaries, business owners and more via a general conversation to learn their stories and missions.The show is meant to be light-hearted and informative and is in an easy-listening style, suitable for all ages. As the show is on behalf of Luxurious Magazine, the show will be featuring luxury ...
 
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Grant McCracken is an anthropologist and author who researches culture and commerce. His previous books include: Culture and Consumption, Plenitude, and Chief Culture Officer. Today we’ll be discussing his most recent title, Return of the Artisan: How America Went from Industrial to Handmade, which is published by Simon Element, an imprint of Simon…
 
Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with photographer, author and speaker and Sony Artisan Me Ra Koh. They chat about how Me Ra got started with photography, the process for her work now, her go-to camera and more. You can see her work on her website fioria.us and Alpha Universe The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the …
 
This week we breakdown our trip to the epic London Craft Beer Festival, spend too much time talking about Brad's definitely not practical footwear and then dig into this week's video where we taste through our homebrews with the one-and-only Clawhammer Supply. Watch this week's video here: https://youtu.be/p_h-THFIsao Brought to you by the team beh…
 
We spend an hour with Aundre Barnes, who has been serving diners at Portland's Urdaneta for the past 7 years. Aundre is a native Portlander and has seen many changes over his years here. He's worked in banking and in voice-over work along the way. He shares with us some of the reasons for his passion and his love of the industry, which run from the…
 
Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with nature photographer and Sony Ambassador Steve Axford. They chat about how Steve got started with photography, his fungi time lapses, his go-to camera and more. You can see his work on his websites steveaxford.smugmug.com and planetfungi.movie and on Instagram @planet_fungi The Sony Alpha Ph…
 
Ever wonder if it's possible to REALLY make money as a home baker? Today's guest proves you can! Bibi Reed is the owner of @Bibicakesfl. She is a mom, a veteran and a woman on a mission to create a thriving business and be an example to her kids that anything is possible! Here is what you will learn in this episode: How to stand out doing what you …
 
Consistency “Trust is built with consistency.” Lincoln Chafee Consistency in how you run your business is an often overlooked topic, yet it is critical for long term success in any business. When you are consistent, people know what they are going to get and that is a foundation for having a long lasting and successful business with return clients.…
 
This month, host Christina Cauterucci, Jules Gill-Peterson, and Bryan Lowder start the show with a Thots & Queries segment in which a listener asks about orgy etiquette. In a completely different party setting, they try to figure out what on earth is going on in the U.S. Congress, where legislators are debating marriage equality in the form of the …
 
In this week's Bobcast, I revisit a previous guest to see what they've been up to. In this episode, I catch up with James Lyons, from over in Kinsale, County Cork, Ireland. James was way back on one of the first in March 2020. I catch up with James to see what's been happening two years on, amongst other things we discuss. Abrasives Working and chi…
 
In this episode of Getting Stoned, I interviewed Nikita and Moji, a married couple who moved from Houston to San Diego to embark on a new life. They got into the crystal business and have had quite the adventure. The two bought their first Tesla with crystal sales, have had a child, and are awaiting their third Tesla. We talked about crystals, the …
 
Throughout history, wine had always been aged in clay vessels. That’s just how it was done. But when French vintners discovered the marvels of aging wine in oak barrels, it was a total game changer. The flavors oak brought out in the wine set off a revolution throughout the winemaking world. Now—for fun, for distinctly different flavors, and to sav…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. In this week’s episode, Julie has a conversation with Noah, about the online service, My Arkit. A number of years ago, Noah recognized the value in preserving his father’s memory, voice, and images…
 
Today on the show we will review how tonic water and sparklings can work as a flavor component in your cocktails that then can be paired to your cheeses. Plus, what are the differences in tonic water? We sit down live for the first time in Bushwick since the pandemic began to chat with Samantha Kane, a CCP certified cheesemonger and a regional key …
 
Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with portrait photographer Aramis Booker. They talk about how he got started, why he loves wedding work and moving more into video. You can see Gene's work at his website aramisphotos.com and on Instagram @aramis.photosThe Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part of the Alpha Universe Podcast Ne…
 
¡Vámonos! Because in this podcast, you will be listening to LGBTQ+ vendors, artists, & creators that make up the Queer Mercado Community. You will get to hear their stories, motivations, and the many ways they contribute to their local communities. They are the magic of the Queer Mercado (QM). Get ready to listen to the love, passion, and dedicatio…
 
This week, host June Thomas talks to writers Rob Walker and Joshua Glenn, whose Significant Objects project explores how and why physical items can take on meaning and value. In the interview, Rob and Joshua talk about how their partnership was born and explain why they’re such compatible collaborators. They also discuss their proclivity for balanc…
 
The quality of dignity is not strained. Judge Victoria Pratt presided for years over Municipal Court in Newark, New Jersey. Her experiences form the foundation of her book, The Power of Dignity: How Transforming Justice Can Heal Our Communities. In the third of Amicus’ summer season of big-picture conversations, Dahlia Lithwick and Judge Pratt expl…
 
This week we talk about our latest feature length documentary about the hops that built craft – and the nightmare it was to put together – plus take a question about hops that have fallen out of favour. We also talk about our trip to LCBF this weekend, and the Brewers Association dinner we filmed at this week! Phew. Watch this week's video here: ht…
 
In this classic episode of RATF, we go all the way back to July of 2014, to a conversation with Jeff Trenary of Kingfisher Farms. Sadly, Jeff passed away earlier this year. Over the years, we talked regularly with Jeff about coming back on the show, but never made it happen. This reposting of of episode #27 will serve as our tribute to a great pers…
 
We are back from our short break and just in time to chat with Ben Esposito of House of Mammoth to discuss our collaboration: Voices! You’ll get a behind-the-scenes look at how this scent inspired by the mango sticky rice came together, the deeper meaning behind the name, and the organization that a portion of the proceeds will be going to, Stop AA…
 
On this edition of Working Overtime, co-host June Thomas gets some advice from co-host Karen Han about moving to a new city as a freelance writer. First they talk about how important it is to engage with your new city’s art scene and cultural institutions. Then they discuss ways to build a new supportive community and how to stay in touch with form…
 
Chances are if you are a fan of this podcast you have come across a Yondr bag at a Comedy Show or Concert. Yondr is a small locking bag that you put your phone in before you enter a concert or comedy show that can only be unlocked when you step into a phone free zone kind of like a smoking section. Graham Dugoni CEO of Yondr stops by to give us the…
 
Today's guest has been featured on Forbes, The New York Times, Cosmopolitan and more. Her virtual bakery serves deliciously chic bite sized blondies that are irresistible. Virtual bakeries are becoming a popular concept emerging in our industry. Today on the podcast we get to chat with one of the leading virtual bakery owners paving the way - Blond…
 
Investment Worthy Paper itself doesn't have value. The mount board doesn't have value. It's what we do with all the processes to get to that final image that has value and that value reflects us…who we are as artists. To offer and be able to sell portraits that are investment worthy has many different aspects, from your skill to client experience t…
 
Welcome to the Makers Gonna Make Show where Julie Bee interviews makers about their brand's story and the behind-the-scenes of operating their business. Justin Nelson is a maker who founded Fernweh Woodworking in 2015 in Bend, OR. With this step into the unknown, he found his deep passion for design through woodworking, eventually specializing in f…
 
In the last 24 years, Judy has moved approximately 16 times for her husband’s military career. But her family has finally settled down in a lovely house with a yard near Annapolis, Maryland. Now Judy is hoping to transform her outdoor space into something that’s beautiful and environmentally friendly. On this episode of How To!, Doug Tallamy explai…
 
Felice Thorpe, national sales director and owner of Felice Foods, returns for another conversation about the business of selling cheese. This time we're talking about forecasting. What is it? Why do it? Who should be doing it? And when? Photo Courtesy of Felice Thorpe. Heritage Radio Network is a listener supported nonprofit podcast network. Suppor…
 
Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with sports photographer Gene Lower. They talk about what Gene has been up to since his last appearance on the podcast, his new educational app, go-to gear and more. You can see Gene's work at his website getmyshot.com and on Instagram @slingshotphoto The Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast is part…
 
After ruining the only weekend I had available to spend with my family one Fall, I knew my business was due for some serious alterations. The pace I was keeping with my then-current career as a wedding photographer just wasn’t aligned with the type of lifestyle I wanted to lead, or with the kind of mom I wanted to be. When I decided to pivot into b…
 
I left my corporate job so I could work for myself. The problem was, I hadn’t set any boundaries for myself. I kept booking too many weekends in a row, working every evening, taking *just one more!* engagement session during busy seasons… and I wanted someone else to blame for how exhausted I was. If you’re like me, you fell in love with photograph…
 
I’ll never forget the email I got from a groom telling me that my prices were unreasonable. I had set my prices with the goal of going full time in my business and they were in line with the industry standard in my area and my level of experience… and that email made me feellike I had been told to sit down and charge less. From that moment, I resol…
 
A colleague asked if I considered myself more of an artist or more of a businesswoman. But…shouldn’t I focus on becoming an effective leader and manager *at the same time* that I’m honing my craft? I didn’t want to choose, and neither should you. If I wanted my photography business to succeed in the long term, I had to treat myself as a business ow…
 
This week, host Karen Han discusses the basics of great Korean food with chef Hooni Kim. In the interview, Hooni starts by explaining how one of his restaurants developed a meal-kit service at the start of the pandemic. Then he discusses his latest venture, the Little Banchan Shop, which will offer packaged Korean side dishes (called Banchan), mari…
 
Andrew Lownie is the founder of the Andrew Lownie Literary Agency, one of the premier literary agencies in Great Britain. In addition to his status as a fellow of the British Historical Society, Andrew has written several non-fiction books, including, The Mountbattens: The Lives and Loves of Dickie and Edwina Mountbatten and Stalin's Englishman: Gu…
 
The mysterious discovery of the Alsehli sisters, who were found dead in a Sydney flat after more than a month, has shocked Australians. But who are they? What were they doing here? And most chillingly - why are they dead?Reporters Rachael Brown and Mahmood Fazal investigate.Listen for free on your mobile device on the ABC listen app, Apple Podcasts…
 
It's our 100th episode, which we celebrate by... doing very little – however it's a jam packed episode as we reveal more about our epic documentary project, visit the Great British Beer Festival and try to work out which one is Ant and which one is Dec. Watch this week's video here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XRFFgLG1PZQ Subscribe to Clawhamme…
 
Bryan Deckert has been running the busy Country Cat restaurant at PDX since it first opened its doors. Along the way it's garnered BEST AIRPORT RESTAURANT honors twice, and is a model for the many new local brands making airport experiences better. Bryan talks to us about what goes into running such a busy, quirky operation with different hours and…
 
Multitasking. How do I get so much done in one day? This is a question I get often. I do a lot of multitasking on the homestead. I didn’t just wake up one day and do this. There was a process that I went through to get from a scattered, unfocused, ineffective person to one who can just get things done. Now of course, I’m not always in that zone and…
 
Sony Alpha Photographers Podcast host Tony Gale chats with sports photographer, visual storyteller and Sony Artisan Jean Fruth. They chat about how her new book Grassroots Baseball: Route 66, her newest project, her go-to camera and more. You can see her work on instagram @jeanfruthimages and Alpha Universe and learn about her Grassroots Baseball P…
 
You know what they say- " If it aint broke don't fix it." So let's turn up the heat on what is already working for you! Today on the Baking For Business podcast we are going over how to repurpose and make the most out of the items that are working for you in your baking business. Here is what we will cover: The importance of repurposing your top ba…
 
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