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Creative Pep Talk helps you build a thriving creative practice! Each week, host Andy J. Pizza serves up monologues and interviews with creative powerhouses like Joseph Gordon-Levitt, Abbi Jacobson and Morgan Harper Nichols that are chocked to the brim with creative performance hacks and fresh marketing tactics. Time to fill up your tank with a generous helping of PEP! Open up your ears and get that breakthrough perspective you need, the second you need it! Andy J. Pizza is an illustrator for ...
 
Emerging Form is a podcast about the creative process in which a journalist (Christie Aschwanden) and a poet (Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer) discuss creative conundrums over wine. Each episode concludes with a game of two questions in which a guest joins in to help answer questions about the week's topic. Season one guests include poets, novelists, journalists, a song writer, a circus performer, a sketch artist and a winemaker. emergingform.substack.com
 
The Ground Up Show is a podcast that inspires creatives to make meaningful content & pursue their passions. Award-winning filmmaker Matt D’Avella, best known for the Netflix documentary Minimalism, sits down with creators to talk about their process, the lesson’s they've learned & how to make an impact.
 
Hey! My name is Misbah and I'm a stand up comedian. I'm curious about all things creativity. How do artists work? What patterns allow us to master skills? What are great work habits 'off stage?' Through these diverse conversations, I'll explore psychology, wellness, process, and more. If you enjoy the show, please share an episode with someone who'd enjoy it. I'm grateful for every one of your ear drums.
 
As an editor and writer for Fast Company magazine, KC Ifeanyi covers some of the most creative minds in film, television, business and beyond. In this podcast, he unpacks the most frustrating parts of the creative process by talking to psychologists, scholars, and experts who are on the forefront of understanding creativity.
 
A podcast from pianist, composer, and creative wellness coach Rebecca Hass to help you self-compassionately grow your creative practice from a supportive foundation of wellness. This podcast features honest conversations, resources, inspiration, and tangible tips to help you cultivate more balance and ease in your work and life, follow through on your goals without constant hustle, and also feel like a whole person in the process!
 
An artist's guide to the labyrinth of creativity. Join us as we explore the mysteries of human genius, how creativity works, and how you can improve your own creative process. The labyrinth awaits. Creative Codex is one-part podcast and one-part imaginative lecture series, featuring thoroughly researched insights into the creative process mixed with captivating soundscapes and original music. Produced & Written by MJDorian
 
If you have ever been confused by how to be creative or how to get your team to be more innovative, listen up. In this weekly podcast, Amy Climer explains research, demystifies the creative process, and gives practical advice and strategies to help you build an innovative team. Learn about leading creative teams, deliberate innovation, and the creative problem solving process. Move past the myths and get real about innovation and creativity. Subscribe to get a brand new episode each Thursday.
 
In Big Strong Yes, story expert Lani Diane Rich and learning researcher Dr. Kelly Jones are going to read and discuss three books that will get you up off the ground after a fall (Dr. Brené Brown's Rising Strong), inspire you to engage with your creative self (Elizabeth Gilbert's Big Magic), and encourage you to take the action you need to change your life (Shonda Rhimes's Year of Yes). In the process, they both hope to change their own lives as well, and they welcome you to join in the process.
 
Dave Chang has a few questions. Besides being the chef of the Momofuku restaurants and the creator and host of Netflix’s 'Ugly Delicious,' Dave is an avid student and fan of sports, music, art, film, and, of course, food. In ranging conversations that cover everything from the creative process to his guest’s guiltiest pleasures, Dave and a rotating cast of smart, thought-provoking guests talk about their inspirations, failures, successes, fame, and identities.
 
Random Observations on Art, Photography, and the Creative Process. These talks focus on the creative process in fine art photography. LensWork editor Brooks Jensen side-steps techno-talk and artspeak to offer a stimulating mix of ideas, experience, and observations from his 50 years as a fine art photographer, writer, and publisher. Topics include a wide range of subjects from finding subject matter to presenting your work, and building an audience. Included in this RSS Feed are the LensWork ...
 
Conversations with new and established artists from all over New Zealand about their lives, creative process and art practice. I love to listen to artists’ stories for inspiration and ideas. And maybe you do too. Which is why I’ve created this podcast - to inspire, inform and educate. I really hope you take away something positive and encouraging from each of these amazing stories - to inspire you on your own creative journey.
 
My podcast is aimed at providing value through my own insights and various perspectives that I believe will push people to find the creative director in themselves. I will be showing people my creative process through writing, entrepreneurial endeavors, in depth discussion questions, book reviews, and interviews ! The goal of the podcast is get people or what I call creatives to start looking at all life's struggles, pains, successes, relationships, losses, wins and so on with a creative per ...
 
Soundboard features conversations on artistry and craftsmanship between Ben Finane, Editor in Chief at Steinway & Sons, and distinguished pianists, musicians, artists, and creatives. Soundboard seeks out inspiration, hones in on the creative process, parses influences, and attempts to diagnose artistic greatness.
 
Creativity can be a lonely path. If we want to reach our full potential (and have a good time doing it), we Creatives need cheerleading and insights from our creative colleagues. In the Creative Chats podcast, I speak to some of the best Creatives around, about creativity and their process, and I share stories of Artists, Makers, and Content Creators. In fact, anything that will help you do your best work yet!
 
Process to Profitability: Tools and Strategies to Serve Your Clients and Grow Your Small Business is a weekly interview show featuring creative women who are growing their small businesses with a focus on serving their clients and customers well. We'll discuss tools, strategies, and processes that you can apply to your own business in a way that fits you. From online creative entrepreneurs to product creators, professionals creating their own way of working to those just starting out, we'll ...
 
A podcast about how to start. How to turn your fears of beginning in your next purpose-driven venture into action steps that will continue to guide you and serve you in your process as you continue. Host Christina Barsi, founder of podcast production/consulting company Avant Haüs Media and certified Kaizen-Muse Creativity Coach shares endless proven tools and tips and brings on guests to share their journey's of getting started and transformation.
 
Creative inspiration for artists, entrepreneurs, and problem solvers! Each episode focuses on a different creativity and innovation topic designed to boost your natural creativity. Jared Volle received his M.S. in Creativity and Innovation and teaches an accessible, science-based approach to creativity that’s perfect for anyone. Learn how to optimize your creativity, stay motivated, market creative ideas, work in teams, and much more!
 
My Songs Suck is a podcast all about the creative process. Brisbane musician Alex Smith and fellow creative James Kehoe listen through Your Man Alex Smith’s discography examining the mistakes of the past, trying to uncover WHY these songs were so bad as well as how they might be fixed!
 
Tape Notes is a podcast about the art and craft of music production. Hosted by John Kennedy, each episode reunites an artist and producer to talk about the highlights of their collaboration in the studio. Their conversations lift the lid on every stage of the creative process, from kindling the first spark of a song idea, through decisions on style and instrumentation, to finessing the final product. Full of fascinating anecdotes, the conversations also feature early demo versions and stems ...
 
What inspires the people who inspire you? How do creative people create? Each week on Judy Carmichael’s Jazz Inspired, Grammy-Nominated jazz pianist Judy Carmichael explores these questions with celebrated creative artists who love jazz. A wide range of talents — everyone from Billy Joel to Seth MacFarlane — discuss their creative process and how jazz inspires them. They share their favorite recordings as well as insight into their life and art.
 
Created by Omid Farhang, award-winning Creative Director and Founder of Majority Agency. Featuring the marketing industry’s most admired leaders sharing advice, revealing process and routines, maybe telling a few war stories, hopefully uplifting a few cynics, and divulging secrets to a fulfilling career in marketing.
 
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Last week's conversation with David Mankin sparked a conversation about process. This week, we're sharing our own processes and discussing our own ideas about, and approaches to, painting. As you might have guessed there are some differences, but we both share a belief in the importance of process in art-making. We think knowing what works for you …
 
In this bonus episode in our series exploring the impact of the pandemic on our field, we speak with computer scientist, composer, and author Jaron Lanier about the possibilities of the internet for creatives, and its pitfalls. He reminisces about performing at The Joyce in the 90s, discusses why you may want to consider deleting your social media …
 
How about a special summer treat? This episode is a short audio play for kids created by the Curious Theatre Collective. “In an effort to make our work more accessible, and with the unique opportunity provided by the COVID-19 pandemic to try something new, the Curious Theatre Collective is delighted to present Creekside with Winona, our first audio…
 
Gabriella is an artist living in Auckland NZ. She has a super interesting story which I’m sure will be really inspiring to many of you, as despite living amongst creative people, trying out creative ventures over the years and having a creative career in education, it’s only now in her 50s her passion for art has been unleashed and she has develope…
 
Have you ever hesitated to call yourself an artist, even though you do indeed make art? There can be some tricky mindset stuff and loaded expectations wrapped up in creativity as your identity, but you can give yourself permission to truly own being a musician, painter, actor, or whatever your medium is. I share a bit about my journey to getting co…
 
Robert E. Constant's children's book, Hey Tuskegee! provides a guided tour of one of America's hotbeds of Black History, Tuskegee University and the Alabama city that surrounds it. But here's a secret: it's not just for children. Robert's straightforward narrative, through the eyes of a young brother and sister, provides a clear review of some key …
 
Welcome back to the GrowOrtho podcast. This episode features Kasey Workman, Director of Sales at Fishbein Orthodontics. Kasey oversees their team of six treatment coordinators and makes sure everything works smoothly for the highly successful Pensacola-area practice. Tune in to hear about: The typical journey of becoming a Fishbein patient, startin…
 
Failure is, of course, a big part of life, and learning how to meet it in healthy ways is a major part of creative process. In this episode, Rosemerry presents six or more ways we might fail, drawing from Twyla Tharp’s The Creative Habit: Learn It and Use It for Life. Rosemerry and Christie talk through the different kinds of failure--their experie…
 
Idea: To put podcast recording gear in a van and rent out recording time to other podcasters, and to drive the van to where they want to record. Also: the creepiness factor of telling a stranger to step into your van and maybe putting a boot on the tire of the van during the recording so they trust you not to kidnap them; renting out the van for ot…
 
Buy Night Rooms by Gina Nutt here. Visit our website: Originstory.show Follow us on Twitter @originstory_ Do you have feedback or questions for us? Email us theoriginstorypod@gmail.com Cover art and website design by Melody Hirsch Origin Story original score by Ryan HopperBy Gina Nutt, Phillip Russell, Ben Thorp
 
Today's Question: What Would It Feel Like To Have Space & Abundance? Each week we’ll ask a question of our subconscious mind by saying it consciously…with some context. What would it feel like to just ask yourself for the changes you’d like to see? To start to think differently about things in your life you would like to change simply by asking you…
 
HT0870 - The Monochromatic Color Image In a position about three-quarters of the way between, I'm seeing a lot of projects these days that are visually monochromatic but have a dot or a splash of color somewhere, or perhaps a slight tint of color that clearly make them a color image. For the right subjects, this is a marvelous approach.…
 
In Appalachia, a "holler" is a colloquialism for a valley or "hollow." So not only is the band name Quiet Hollers a fun oxymoron, it's also a sly shout-out to the band's roots in Kentucky. The group says it makes "weird, sad music for weirdos like you." But they named one of the standout songs from their 2015 self-titled record "Aviator Shades," wh…
 
Allison is sharing the importance of a welcome sequence for your email list and talks through why so many of the email techniques being taught online feel misaligned. She also teaches us to write a welcome sequence that makes people feel at home and builds relationships and how to use email marketing to convert without feeling icky. Allison shares …
 
The Infamous Stringdusters are a string band based out of Nashville TN. They have been putting out music for some time now and have made a name for themselves as standout musicians in a talented music scene. They recently released an album that is a tribute to the late/great Bill Monroe. I got to talk with Andy about this album, and what they’ll be…
 
Since this week I had the expert of experts on sales and cpm’s and ad insertion and podcast monetization then I couldn’t let her go without breaking it all down for us. If you’ve ever needed the basics on how to work with brands, what they’re looking for, how to leverage your niche to monetize and all the definitions around CPM’s, dynamic ads and m…
 
Why you should need a licence to create life. Music: Purrple Cat - My Cookie Fell Apart TABAL - An Unknown Journey (⇢ Lofi Girl) coldbrew, Quist - Dazed (⇢ Kindbrew Records) Hoogway, softy - Soft Garden (⇢ Lofi Girl) Purrple Cat - Cloud Watching mvdb - breeze (⇢ Lofi Girl) TABAL - The Train Passenger (⇢ Retro Jungle) Purrple Cat - Riding My Bike to…
 
Laura Jane Petelko is a Canadian photographic artist, currently based in Toronto, Canada. Having studied in Vancouver, Laura Jane began her career in the arts there in the early 2000’s. Petelko studied and worked as a master printer for west coast based photographic artists such as Harmony Korine, Kelly Wood, Roy Arden, and Mark Gilbert. Laura Jane…
 
HT0869 - Better Than My Eyes Here is a measure of how far we've come with the advancement of technology these days. I used to dream of a lens that would render as much detail as I could see with my eyes. The lenses I'm using today can see far more than I can with my eyes. This has radically changed my photography..…
 
My guest today has been on this podcasting Industry journey with me practically since the beginning of my career as an entrepreneur but she shares with us just how invested she was in what podcasters have to say and helping them keep it all going through ad sales and creating monetization opportunities for them long before she ever started her comp…
 
If you have ever wondered "Should I make prints of my art?" this episode will help unpick some of the things to consider. We're talking reproduction giclée prints (not to be confused with the prints made by printmakers). Alice has built a good revenue stream from prints of her original paintings while Louise has not made the leap and we share our r…
 
Guatemalan-born, Mexico City-based cellist, singer, producer, and songwriter Mabe Fratti creates music using electronics, voice, and cello, and the sounds of nature. Fratti has a mighty array of effects, turning the cello into sound source capable of drone, full feedback squeals, percussive plucky samples, and talks about how she is "addicted to im…
 
Your brain has an awesome survival feature that lets it focus on problems, but in the modern age it can trigger negative emotions and stress. Here's how negative moods affect creativity and how to get the most out of the creative process, regardless of mood. Support The Show: Become a Patron Facebook.com/KaizenCreativity (Interact with other listen…
 
From the self proclaimed messed up brain that brought you the killer sloths of 'Slow Pokes', Steve Urena joins WYR to discuss his latest #indiecomic project Zombie Date Night. Making history as WYR's first repeat guest Steve shares the different approach he took between these two projects, his evolving #creativity, and flirts with things to come. E…
 
Dave shares his thoughts on a few culinary topics (0:30) before he and Chris bring in ‘High on the Hog’ host Stephen Satterfield to discuss how modern foodways in the United States are rooted in the history of slavery and the consequent injustices against African American people in the culinary world that persist to this day (11:00). Hosts: Dave Ch…
 
An episode about noise and how to focus on reality. Music: 00:00 Aethers, Chillpac - When Clouds Fade Away (⇢ Retro Jungle) 02:21 Nom Tunes - Tales from the Sky 05:18 Purrple Cat - My Cookie Fell Apart 07:17 TABAL - An Unknown Journey (⇢ Lofi Girl) 09:38 coldbrew, Quist - Dazed (⇢ Kindbrew Records) 11:18 Hoogway, softy - Soft Garden (⇢ Lofi Girl) 1…
 
LW1255 - More Megapixels or Sharper Lenses Numerical technical specifications are one thing, but what you can actually see in a print is where we find the meaningful comparisons. Here is a link to the video mentioned in this podcast. You might also be interested in. . . Every Picture Is a Compromise, a series at www.brooksjensenarts.com. and... "Ho…
 
HT0867 - A Wide Telephoto A wide angle lens has a wide angle of view in both directions - left/right and up/down. So how do you get a wide angle along only one axis? It's a panorama. And one of the fun things about that is you can use a narrow-angle telephoto lens to make a wide-angle picture along just the horizontal axis.…
 
An hour-long conversation with fantasy author Ryan Van Loan, author of The Sin in the Steel and The Justice in the Revenge, the first two books in the Fall of the Gods series (Tor Books), which concludes next year with The Memory in the Blood. Websitewww.ryanvanloan.com Twitter@ryanvanloan Ryan Van Loan’s Amazon Page The Introduction Ryan … Continu…
 
HT0866 - The Problem with Telephoto Lenses Sure, a telephoto lens pulls in objects from a distance, but it also compounds the issues of atmosphere. It has to see through more air. And that means dust, mist, fog, heat haze, and wind are greater factors than they are with shorter lenses.By Brooks Jensen
 
HT0865 - If You Don't Feel It I was reading an article on creative photography in which the writer proposed that if you don't feel it you shouldn't photograph it. I couldn't disagree with him more. That strategy completely removes the possibility that you might feel it later, long after the photographic opportunity has passed.…
 
Stephanie Nadi Olson is the founder of We Are Rosie, an ever-expanding community of independent marketing experts, available on-demand to complement, backfill, or accelerate in-house team capabilities on both the brand and agency sides. Stephanie founded We are Rosie in Atlanta in 2018. She was named AdAge Visionary of the Year 2020. She was recogn…
 
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