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A series of conversation with creatives. Works In Process is a series of conversations with creative individuals that explore the evolution and technique behind their latest projects— highlighting, exploring and possibly demystifying the creative process. This podcast is a way to discover, and really uncover the creative process that goes behind the work that creatives do. I speak to designers, artists, writers, and other types of creative individuals to discuss their process. Through hopeful candid conversations, I want to highlight the guests that I talk to. It is the way they work and their projects that inspired me. As a culture, we are so quick to like, heart, share, and /or comments on creativity these days, that we sometimes don't sit back and appreciate the real work—the process— that goes into any creative solution. I hope to maybe change that—slowly. We as creatives are never finished, it is always a work in process.

A series of conversation with creatives. Works In Process is a series of conversations with creative individuals that explore the evolution and technique behind their latest projects— highlighting, exploring and possibly demystifying the creative process. This podcast is a way to discover, and really uncover the creative process that goes behind the work that creatives do. I speak to designers, artists, writers, and other types of creative individuals to discuss their process. Through hopeful candid conversations, I want to highlight the guests that I talk to. It is the way they work and their projects that inspired me. As a culture, we are so quick to like, heart, share, and /or comments on creativity these days, that we sometimes don't sit back and appreciate the real work—the process— that goes into any creative solution. I hope to maybe change that—slowly. We as creatives are never finished, it is always a work in process.
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United States

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A series of conversation with creatives. Works In Process is a series of conversations with creative individuals that explore the evolution and technique behind their latest projects— highlighting, exploring and possibly demystifying the creative process. This podcast is a way to discover, and really uncover the creative process that goes behind the work that creatives do. I speak to designers, artists, writers, and other types of creative individuals to discuss their process. Through hopeful candid conversations, I want to highlight the guests that I talk to. It is the way they work and their projects that inspired me. As a culture, we are so quick to like, heart, share, and /or comments on creativity these days, that we sometimes don't sit back and appreciate the real work—the process— that goes into any creative solution. I hope to maybe change that—slowly. We as creatives are never finished, it is always a work in process.

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English

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917-721-3433


Episodes

wip 07: Nick Misani — Celebrating the details

4/5/2018
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"Being overconfident can do more hard than good— (especially) if you think that everything is going to be easy for you and you deserve everything right off the bat... people get into a lot of trouble and their growth gets stifled a little bit if they're not open to just toiling away in the dark for quite some time...” In this episode, I met up with Penguin Books, Mucca Design, and Fili Ltd. alum Nick Misani. Nick has been honing his typographic skills by designing decorative book covers...

Duration:01:06:37

wipXtra w/ Michael Braley

3/6/2018
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In this Xtra, I continue my conversation with my episode 06 guest: Michael Braley. We talk more openly about his graphic style and why he enjoys leading creative workshops. Enjoy this snippet... ---- Xtras are mini-episodes that are unedited and uncut snippets of conversations I've had with my guests. They are additional audio that never made it into the episode or we're just a little bit too long and were cut down for clarity. After re-listening, I created this format as a great way to...

Duration:00:13:45

wip 06: Michael Braley — Clarity, Simplicity, Impact.

12/12/2017
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"The hard part is for some people is allowing themselves TO be that simple, and over complicate it, not more is better, but to overthink it … sometimes you're just done, you have it. It might take five minutes or it might take 3 weeks—but just stop when you know you have it.” — Michael Braley: Creative Director, Designer, Simplifier. In this episode to talk to Michael Braley Creative director and simplifier graphic designer with over 25 years experience in branding and annual reports and...

Duration:00:50:40

wip 05: Justin Teodoro — Superheroes to Supermodels.

10/9/2017
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"I think I've learned to go, OKAY it's fine to put this one (project) hold, maybe draw something else, maybe go for a walk, go for a drink ... I've learned to take it easier on myself and not put so much pressure to make it happen." — Justin Teodoro: Artist and Illustrator. This episode guest is Justin Teodoro an Artist and Illustrator works primarily in chronicling and drawing for fashion. He was a fashion designer who took a chance on himself and left the world fashion and shifted to...

Duration:01:01:35

wip 04: David Soto — The ruler is always straight.

8/28/2017
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"Instagram … that's basically my second portfolio. I have gotten more work using my Instagram page that with my regular portfolio. It's because I am able to share my process."artist… and, no one can take that away from you." — David Soto, In this episode, I talk to a long time friend, David Soto. He is a graphic designer for fashion, a letterer, and he has created quite a following for himself on Instagram. David continues to connect with his 20k+ followers by establishing an open...

Duration:00:49:02

wip 03: Natalie Cooperman — Freedom's kind of scary.

8/12/2017
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"Just start drawing … you are going to make a lot of ugly ones before you get the one you want." — Natalie Cooperman, Textile Designer, and Illustrator. This episode's guest is Natalie Cooperman aka Nattmade. She is a textile designer and an illustrator, who after being in the fashion industry for over 15 years is taking her passion and rekindling her love for making art. Today I visit Nattmade in her apartment to discuss what has made her into the artist she is today. I learned that...

Duration:01:02:52

wip 02: Eli Neugeboren — I didn't know what to draw.

7/25/2017
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In this episode, I sit down with a colleague Eli Neugeboren. He is an illustrator and educator who teaches and reside in Brooklyn, NY. He has amassed over 1000 different illustrations from his ongoing project Drawing the News and is not stopping anytime soon. We discuss Eli’s trajectory from a painter to retoucher, to educator and illustrator — and his collaboration with WTF Just Happened Today. Also, we find out why it’s important to have a recognizable visual drawing style, how putting...

Duration:01:03:05

wip 01: Lisa Pertoso — Am I a writer because I write?

7/18/2017
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In this episode, our guest is Lisa Pertoso. She is a design facilitator, someone who teaches experiential learning processes to companies and organizations, and she writes. Today we discussed the struggles of maintaining a writing routine and the inspiration for writing her memoir, her blog 100 First Dates. We spoke about her reaction to being heartbroken, why a routine helps to maintain a sense of normalcy when freelancing and, how to just get off your butt and start something because...

Duration:00:35:16