I talk about the joy of ignorance, and how sometimes it's critical to the process to put your experience aside.
We chat with author and photographer Vincent Carrella about what it means to follow your dreams, what you sacrifice to be a working artist, and what success means. It's one of the most honest interviews I have ever had, and a must-listen for aspiring makers of things.
Chris talks about community, and what it means to belong to something. He also digresses a great bit about Japan, the 1980's, whisky, and Reddit.
We chat with Bhama Roget, comedian, voice talent, and actress, known for her roles in Laggies, Eden, and the award-winning web series Wrecked. She's also the voice of the Awakening and Dana Knightstone game series, and Seattlites know her as the crazy Bartell shopper. You can check her out now on YouTube @ The Bhama Show - and see her performing at comedy clubs around Seattle.
Want to know more about Bhama?
YouTube: The Bhama Show
Chris talks about overcoming fear, and getting through the wall that stops most people from succeeding. It's shockingly relevant.
I have a chat with entrepreneur, game developer, and businessman Gabby Dizon about founding and running Altitude Games, in Manila. We talk about production, virtual offices, working fromhome, working with investors, and growing a game studio. Lots of great information inside!
I have a very frank and rather foul-mouthed rant about whats happening around the world concerning immigration and race relations, and how it affects the entertainment industry.
Then I interview Renegade_Pige, a livestreamer form the Twitch network about the dark seamy underbelly of the world of livestreamers and influencers. So. Much. Salt.
Wanna know more about Pige?
Follow his stream at www.twitch.tv/renegade_pige
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Gwen Guo of IMBA Interactive in Singapore talks about gender roles in Asian business, dealing with anxiety, developing a freelance client base, networking, and much, much more. Highly suggested for budding entrepreneurs and freelancers looking for inspiration.
I talk with Ian Gregory of Witching Hour Studios. We talk about Singapore, Race, Culture, his new game Masquarada, and his secret life as an Uber driver.