with Jude Kampfner
Is a weekly international conversation with an independent multi-talented artist. We talk about how they innovate, adapt, take risks, face obstacles, survive and thrive!
Games designers, interactive content creators, deejays working with orchestras, scriptwriters, landscape gardeners, and dramatists who write about science…
They are imaginative, resilient multi taskers who don’t take themselves too seriously and are open to exploring probing questions.
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Episode 28 : Peter Cunningham – Illuminating Images
Peter Cunningham tells stories with his photos. He pairs images and so abstract photos are in relationship with each other and we wonder what’s about to happen. He was an assistant to the great Henry Cartier Bresson in 1975 when Bresson was making a…
Episode 27: The Look of Food, with Lisa Homa
Lisa Homa is a Philly-based food stylist and recipe developer. She shares some of the tricks of her trade. How to make fake ice cream, how to raise the vegetables in a soup and how to make a turkey look golden in just the right places although…
Episode 26: Omar Roman de Jesus – A Queer LatinX Choreographer and company director
Omar Román De Jesús is a Queer LatinX choreographer and company director who creates rhythmic narratives through contemporary dance forms, improvisation, and dance theater techniques. He began formal dance training in Guaynabo, Puerto…
Episode 25: Yasen Peyankov – Working with Chekhov, Malkovich and Tea Leoni
Yasen Peyankov who trained at Bulgaria’s elite theater school, left Sofia immediately after the Berlin Wall came down and went to Chicago to act, direct and form his own theatre group. In 2002 he became an ensemble member of the Steppenwolf Theatre…
Episode 24: Marta Renzi – The Ineffability of Dance
Marta Renzi is a dancer, choregrapher and film maker. She’s based in Nyack, New York. As a young dancer she was picked by choreographer Twyla Tharp to dance in the movie of Hair. Her films have been shown in 38 countries and over 300…
Episode 23: Chris Brookes – Finding the silence in the middle of the sound
Canadian audio artist, journalist and actor, Chris Brookes lives in St John’s, Newfoundland near Battery Hill, where Marconi set up his receiving tower in the first transatlantic wireless experiment. Brookes began his career running a theatre…
CC Victoria Bond August 18 2022
Growing up she was a pianist and a singer, and in her twenties, Victoria Bond become the first woman to receive a doctorate in orchestral conducting from the Juilliard School. Since then she’s served as music director and conductor for major…
Episode 21: Eric Maisel – Coaching the Real World Artist
Dr. Eric Maisel is a retired licensed family therapist who founded the profession of creativity coaching. He actively maintains a thriving creativity coaching practice. He’s written more than 50 books of fiction and non fiction. He talks to Jude…
Episode 20: Judith Sloan – Performer, writer, oral historian, lyricist, and community activist
Judith Sloan tells stories about her community where 167 languages are spoken. In 2003 she and her husband Warren Lehrer published Crossing the BLVD a kaleidoscopic view of refugees and new immigrants living in the borough of Queens New York. Since…
Episode 19: Peregrine Andrews – Sound at the BBC and Beyond
Peregrine Andrews (also known as Pez) spent 6 years in BBC Radio working as an engineer and studio manager before going freelance in 1996 and subsequently setting up his company Moving Air. He was in at the beginning of independent production and his…
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