I had the honor of joining my good friend Bryan Minear on his new podcast, We The Creators. Here’s the story.
Want to hear just my conversations with the amazing and interesting guests that join me here in the Virtual Studio?
Every one of these episodes have a guest, some may be just a quick cameo, most are full episodes dedicated to the awesome creative pursuits they chase.
Toronto based photographer, Thomas Skrlj shares his thoughts on the art of searching for the story, developing deeper connections with your work, and the power of just jumping in when it comes to new creative adventures.
This week we welcome back the fantastic Riley JB for another adventure as he fills us in on everything new and exciting in the world of a photographic time traveler practicing the mystic alchemy of tin type photography in a brand new studio!
This week we welcome back long time friend of the show, Bryan Minear. He just returned from an epic trip to Egypt so we’re talking about his experiences photographically and how much creativity plays into incredible moments when travelling.
Ant Pruitt and Vincent Ferrari join me for a fantastic conversation about creativity, making, and living the #CreateAndDominate lifestyle. Plus an added bonus as we create a script for an amazing VLOG episode!
From working a day job to going full time creative entrepreneur, we’re catching up with Maury Page of MEVO Creative Studios to find out what he’s been up to since we last talked! Plus a great discussion about inspiration, motivation, and what drives him creatively!
Inspiration can be elusive, but why is that? It can come from anywhere, but why is it so elusive for so many of us? I brought in my good friend Mac from Shuttertime to help me tackle this question!
David sits down for a chat with Calgary based commercial and portrait photographer Nathan Elson. They talk about everything from the importance of pushing yourself as a creative, Nathan’s thought process behind his incredible work and even the motivations behind creating custom post processing looks for Adobe Lightroom (and now Capture One Pro).