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Creative How is an honest, fun, eclectic, ongoing investigation of how creativity “works” and how creative professionals think.

Creative How is an honest, fun, eclectic, ongoing investigation of how creativity “works” and how creative professionals think.

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United States

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Creative How is an honest, fun, eclectic, ongoing investigation of how creativity “works” and how creative professionals think.

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English

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Episodes

S3 E9: SEASON 3 RECAP

7/8/2019
We did this one a little differently than previous recaps. Yes, we touched on our favorite moment and all that stuff, but we also pulled from our own careers to discuss some important topics for creatives.

Duration:00:28:21

S3 E8: DAVID ALIMA - ICE CREAM WIZARD

6/18/2019
Think of the most amazing ice cream dish you’ve ever had. Now imagine doing that for a living! David Alima, co-founder of The Charmery, brings happiness to people through ice cream. Listen to his story & you’ll feel inspired (and hungry).

Duration:01:04:01

S3 E7: SCOTT SUGIUCHI – RECORD LABEL FOUNDER

6/11/2019
Scott Sugiuchi is a record label owner & creative director who gets “meticulous and ridiculous” with the details in his positioning, branding & promotion of bands. From posters to vinyl to beer cans, Scott stresses the tangible with Hidden Volume Records.

Duration:01:11:06

S3 E6: ROGER LIMA – SOUND DESIGNER

6/3/2019
Sound designer Roger Lima has worked with ESPN, Honda, A&E & many other brands, movies & shows. He’ll teach you the difference between sound design & music composition, how underground LA events inspire him & how to make music using only your bike.

Duration:00:43:58

S3 E5: JACKIE SINGER SABUR – TATTOOER

5/28/2019
Jackie went to the Maryland Institute College of Art to focus on fine arts, particularly painting. She got her Bachelor’s degree and her Master’s degree…and along the way she got hooked on tattoos. She didn’t know she wanted to become a tattooer, but she knew she loved tattoos. She kept working on her art, started teaching, and also became an art handler…but something was missing. After an injury and a heart-to-heart with a great friend, something clicked. Today, she’s an experienced...

Duration:01:13:17

S3 E4: RUBEN FLEISCHER – DIRECTOR

5/20/2019
Zombies, Bill Murray, Emma Stone, Danny McBride, Woody Harrelson, and the Marvel Universe…all in one incredible episode! Listen to director Ruben Fleischer deliver a master class on becoming a feature film director.

Duration:01:13:17

S3 E3: EMMA KLEIN – SINGER/SONGWRITER

5/13/2019
You know singer/songwriter Emma Klein from American Idol, but that just scratched the surface of her uplifting talent & wise-beyond-her-years perspective. This episode is packed with ah-ha’s & insights that will improve your outlook & creative approach. How can journaling help you? How can you collaborate better? Should you go back a few decades and rewatch Star Search?

Duration:00:47:45

S3 E2: AMANDA JOHNSTONE-BATT – THEME RIDE CREATOR

5/6/2019
Been on a ride you’ll never forget? Think Harry Potter World, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Simpsons. Ride creator Amanda Johnstone-Batt and her team may have been behind it. From visual effects to scripting to developing content, here’s your chance to learn how to create a whole new world that dazzles an audience.

Duration:01:11:32

S3 E1: HILTON CARTER – PLANT STYLIST

4/29/2019
One look at plant stylist, filmmaker & author Hilton Carter’s Insta & you’ll want him to redo your whole house. He talked with us about dog people, cat people, fiddle leaf figs & getting serious on watering day. Quick hitter that he said that really stuck with us: “One for the rent. One for the real.” Meaning, make your money doing something creative, but also find something creative that is all your own.

Duration:01:11:34

S2 E11: SEASON 2 RECAP

4/16/2019
Our Season 2 recap dives into the commonalities we found across diverse types of creative people. How does imagination mesh with discipline? When is it too late to try something new? What role does Vision play in your work? The “red threads” that connect people of a certain kind—from Emmy winners to brand builders—will help you become a better, more confident creative too.

Duration:00:32:39

S2 E10: DAVID PLUNKERT – ILLUSTRATOR/DESIGNER

4/8/2019
David Plunkert, co-founder of Spur Design and illustrator of iconic images, has a confidence in his abilities and aesthetic that is only surpassed by his humility and sense of humor. If you’re interested in learning what it takes to win a New Yorker cover, make a stop motion video for They Might Be Giants, or nail a brand campaign—Dave has done it. Take a listen!

Duration:00:50:19

S2 E9: JESSICA ANYA BLAU – AUTHOR

4/1/2019
You’re going to be blown away by the candor, stories, and fun point of view of author Jessica Anya Blau. In novels like Wonderbread Summer and The Trouble With Lexie, Jessica delivers flawed characters, unexpected plots, and a fascinating look at human behavior. She also co-wrote the upcoming book The Sorority Girl Who Saved Your Life, a true story about a sorority girl turned covert CIA Operative, which ABC is now developing as a TV series.

Duration:01:11:51

S2 E8: HAYES PEEBLES – SINGER/SONGWRITER

3/25/2019
Singer-songwriter Hayes Peebles says music wasn’t a choice. It’s what he was meant to do. Influenced by artists from The Strokes to Interpol to Neil Young, Hayes is a self-taught guitarist whose indie folk/rock music has been featured in Rolling Stone, who said, “Cerebral lyrics à la Conor Oberst, with no-frills, twangy arrangements that call to mind troubadours like Steve Earle and Townes Van Zandt.” This is an artist you’ll want to put on repeat.

Duration:01:04:24

S2 E7: DAVE DOMBROW – SHOE DESIGN GURU

3/18/2019
If you’ve walked into a Foot Locker over the past 15 years, you’ve seen Dave Dombrow’s work. One of the most influential shoe designers of this generation, Dave has worked with the best athletes in the world, from Stephen Curry to Cam Newton to Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson. Dave’s perspective on designing products always begins with a vision and a story, which may be the reason he’s come up with some of the past decade’s most disruptive ideas in footwear.

Duration:01:07:14

S2 E6: CALEB WOJCIK – CONTENT VISIONARY

3/11/2019
Caleb Wojcik is a video content expert and creator of SwitchPod, a mobile tripod that will help the next generation of content makers get even better. Years ago, Caleb turned his career of shooting and editing videos into an online teaching venture called “DIY Video Guy,” which features extensive tutorials and info shared across multiple platforms to help people make great videos. Inspired by a problem he was seeing across his community, Caleb got into the world of tangible products by...

Duration:01:05:00

S2 E5: DEVIN ALLEN – PHOTOGRAPHER & ACTIVIST

3/5/2019
Devin Allen exploded onto the scene in 2015 when one of his photos of the Baltimore Uprising graced the cover of TIME Magazine. Since then, he’s published a book called A Beautiful Ghetto, received a Gordon Parks Foundation Fellowship to fund a community program that teaches children about photography, and shot some of the world’s best athletes and celebrities. Today, he’s a versatile photographer who spreads hope through art, constantly empowering others & challenging the status quo.

Duration:01:05:01

S2 E4: JON ZERIVITZ – BEER & BRAND CREATOR

2/25/2019
You loved Guinness in high school, right? Well, Jon Zerivitz did. Today, he’s Co-Founder & Creative Director of Union Craft Brewing, responsible for everything from creating the brand experience to writing the story for every Union beer from scratch. Blending great brand storytelling with fantastic graphic design, Jon has established an up-and-coming beer brand that already has a fanatical following.

Duration:01:10:31

S2 E3: CATINA SMITH – CULINARY DYNAMO

2/18/2019
Cat Smith is a chef, activist, and entrepreneur whose positivity lights up a room (and a plate). Not only has she worked at the likes of Magdalena in Baltimore, but she’s also created a movement to recognize African-American female chefs without differentiation Just Call Me Chef and her own foodie lifestyle brand Culinary Socialite. Cat’s vision for building an uplifting empire is an inspiring story for anyone looking for a little jolt of positivity.

Duration:00:51:56

S2 E2: GREG GARCIA – TV WRITER - DIRECTOR

2/11/2019
Greg Garcia fell in love with comedy as a kid who admittedly sat around and watched sit-coms all day. He parlayed that love into a TV writing career, winning an Emmy for My Name Is Earl and more recently creating The Guest Book on TBS. Greg gave us the low-down on everything from breaking into the industry to where he gets new ideas to the network pitch process.

Duration:01:02:39

S2 E1: JOYCE HESSELBERTH – ILLUSTRATOR, APP CREATOR, AUTHOR

2/5/2019
Turning illustrations into apps into children’s books, Joyce Hesselberth has seamlessly joined the worlds of digital and print. An illustrator/designer by trade, her curiosity and inventiveness have continually taken her into exciting new directions. As co-founder of Spur Design, Joyce works with clients of many types, honing her craft, expanding her skills, and always exploring.

Duration:01:01:21