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"Created" follows a series of makers on the journey from hobbyist to successful creative pro. Get an up-close look at the struggles and joys of artists, designers, cooks, writers and more who turned part-time passions into full-time careers.

"Created" follows a series of makers on the journey from hobbyist to successful creative pro. Get an up-close look at the struggles and joys of artists, designers, cooks, writers and more who turned part-time passions into full-time careers.
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United States

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"Created" follows a series of makers on the journey from hobbyist to successful creative pro. Get an up-close look at the struggles and joys of artists, designers, cooks, writers and more who turned part-time passions into full-time careers.

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English

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(888) 979-6769


Episodes

Rachel Metz, DIY-er and YouTuber

5/6/2019
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For DIY-er and YouTuber Rachel Metz, making is not about perfection. She chats with Katie Dalebout on why DIY doesn’t need to be perfect, her addiction to using power tools, and what it’s like being in the public eye.

Duration:00:19:49

Zoe Hong, Fashion Designer

5/6/2019
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Fashion designer Zoe Hong says she was “born bossy.” She chats with Paul Costabile about why her “bossyness” makes her a better teacher, and the inspiration she found from her parents’ sense of style.

Duration:00:33:23

Jessica Long, Embroidery Artist

5/6/2019
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Sometimes expectations can hold you back. Embroidery artist Jessica Long talks with Kristy Glass about how letting go helped free her creative flow, her past life as a scientist, and the benefits of being vulnerable.

Duration:00:24:49

Allison Tinati (Hueman), Graffiti Artist

5/6/2019
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Graffiti artist Allison Tinati (aka Hueman) was discovered when she was in high school. She chats with Kristy Glass about her humble beginnings and how she manages her demanding schedule as one of the genre’s most sought-after artists.

Duration:00:29:06

Jo Gick, Interior Designer

5/6/2019
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Who knew you needed math to design a room? Interior designer Jo Gick chats with Kristy Glass about using math in design, when she says “no” to potential clients, and why creating something she dreamed up still excites her.

Duration:00:27:49

Meghan Buchanan, Quilter

5/6/2019
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Having a baby doesn’t mean you have to end your career — in fact, you can even start a new one! Quilter Meghan Buchanan talks with Katie Dalebout about quilting post-baby, finding balance, and what she loves most about her work.

Duration:00:19:04

Carly Cylinder, Floral Artist

5/6/2019
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How to get out of your zone of excellence and live in your zone genius? Floral artist Carly Cylinder talks with Brooke Lark about how she made that leap, the demands of working weddings, and all the steps it actually takes to “make it.”

Duration:00:26:19

Katie Dalebout, Writer

5/6/2019
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Ever thought of starting a podcast? Writer Katie Dalebout chats with Doodle Wars host Paul Costabile about what it took to get hers up and running, how curiosity drives her career, and why she thinks balance is a myth.

Duration:00:24:30

Adam Vicarel, Graphic Designer

5/6/2019
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Are you born with a passion or do you have to find it? Graphic designer Adam Vicarel discusses just that with Katie Dalebout. Find out why downtime is important, and what happens when you profit from your passion.

Duration:00:29:11

Rachael Teufel, Cake Artist

5/6/2019
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The kitchen is often where families come together. Cake artist Rachael Teufel talks with Brooke Lark about how baking connects her to her grandmother, her decision to leave the corporate world, and why sometimes being smaller is better.

Duration:00:16:41

Norris Dánta Ford & Mimi G., Fashion Designers

3/15/2019
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If you've ever wondered how life inspires fashion, look to designers Mimi G and Norris Dánta Ford. In this episode, they chat with Paul Costabile about how Norris’ upbringing and Mimi’s rise to internet sensation influence the sewing empire they have today.

Duration:00:32:02

Amy Tangerine, Designer & Scrapbook Blogger

3/15/2019
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Scrapbooking blogger Amy Tangerine is all about handmade things. She chats with Paul Costabile about sewing her prom dress and why taking a pause can be helpful to your overall happiness.

Duration:00:28:02

Nicki Sizemore, Chef & Author

3/15/2019
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Niki Sizemore is proof that you don't need to be a vegetarian to love plant-based meals. In this episode, she chats with Brooke Lark about sharing her recipes with others and why she left a PR job for the food store across the street.

Duration:00:21:43

Kristen Johnson, Blogger & Event Designer

3/15/2019
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Kristen Johnson chose a creative life over a nine to five — and now, she's found success as a blogger and Bluprint host. In this episode, she talks to Paul Costabile about why her Starbucks name is Bambi and how she's included her kids in her creative pursuits.

Duration:00:31:43

Brooke Lark, Food Photographer & Videographer

3/15/2019
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When it comes to your passion, you've got to start somewhere. Food photographer Brooke Lark chats with Kristy Glass about how she started a blog (without knowing what to put on it) — and how she deals with the "imposter syndrome."

Duration:00:22:22

James Worsham, Designer & Artist

3/15/2019
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Many of us reinvent ourselves as adults — but James Worsham did it at just 11 years old. In this episode, he talks to Katie Dalebout about his childhood, his tenuous work-life balance, and what drives him.

Duration:00:20:32

Jon Chad, Cartoonist & Illustrator

3/15/2019
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What inspires a famous cartoonist and illustrator? Jon Chad talks with Kristy Glass about a few of his influences, including Godzilla, Power Rangers, and artist Julie Chen.

Duration:00:23:10

Kristy Glass, Knitter

3/15/2019
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What does it mean to be creative on your own terms? Katie Dalebout catches up with Kristy Glass about just that — as well as her life-changing health scare and beginnings as a performer.

Duration:00:19:24

Joshua John Russell, Cake Artist

3/15/2019
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Even famous cake artists have humble beginnings. Joshua John Russell talks to Katie Dalebout about how he got started on an Easy Bake Oven — and how he gets inspired now that he's accomplished in his craft.

Duration:00:24:45

Jocelyn Delk-Adams, Baker

3/15/2019
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Sometimes, inspiration strikes at an early age. In this episode, baker and author Jocelyn Delk-Adams catches up with Carly Ciarrocchi. They talk about Jocelyn's early baking projects in her grandmother's kitchen and what it was like to finally quit her job to follow her passion.

Duration:00:19:36