Episode 67 – Tom Putnam – A Million Juggalos Can’t Be Wrong

My guest on this year’s final Fantastic Fest interview is Tom Putnam, Director of the incredibly enjoyable documentary United States of Insanity: A Million Juggalos […] Read More

Episode 65 – Junta Yamaguchi – Director of Beyond the Infinite 2 Minutes

Join me for a conversation with Director/Cinematographer/Editor Junta Yamaguchi about his first feature film, the thrill-packed and delightful one-take time travel comedy Beyond the Infinite […] Read More

Episode 64 – Phil Tippett – Legendary Creature Creator & Director of Mad God

It was a thrill to have the legendary stop motion animator and creature designer Phil Tippett on to talk about the making of his immersive […] Read More

Episode 61 – David Lawson talks Chatt Film Fest fun & Working with Captain America!

Join Indie Film Producer David Lawson and me as we relive the magic of Chattanooga Virtual Film Fest 2021, find out what SCCU stands for, […] Read More

Episode 48 – Robert Allaire – Experimental Composer

Experimental Composer Robert Allaire shares the fascinating process behind collaborating with Writer/Director Maria Bissell to create just the right musical mood for her hilarious dark […] Read More

Episode 42 – Skinner & Heidi on Collaborations That Stoke Creativity

Artist, Actor, Screenwriter and wonderful weirdo Skinner joins me for part two of our epic mid-pandemic conversation! We talk about the differences between critique, coaching […] Read More

Episode 36 – Streetlight Harmonies – A Doo-Wop Doc

I’m thrilled to share my interviews with Director Brent Wilson and two legendary singers featured in the wonderful documentary about Doo-Wop Music – Streetlight Harmonies! […] Read More

Episode 24 – Josh Neufeld & Dean Haspiel – Award Winning Cartoonists

Cartoonists and long time collaborators Josh Neufeld and Dean Haspiel join me for a lively discussion about producing stellar podcasts, the creative process, our shared […] Read More

Episode 19 – D’arby Rose Harlow – James – Film Creative Consultant & Rights Advocate

Oakland raised multi-creative D’arby Rose shares her experience learning to play music from riot grrrl icons at Rock Camp for Girls as a young woman. […] Read More