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The CREATIVE.VOYAGE Podcast features long-form interviews with some of the world's most inspiring creative professionals revealing the stories that shaped their lives and careers, plus actionable strategies to help you take your mindset and skills to the next level. The show's host is Mario Depicolzuane, an internationally acclaimed graphic designer, art director, and consultant who has worked with clients such as Kinfolk Magazine, MENU, and Sonos.

The CREATIVE.VOYAGE Podcast features long-form interviews with some of the world's most inspiring creative professionals revealing the stories that shaped their lives and careers, plus actionable strategies to help you take your mindset and skills to the next level. The show's host is Mario Depicolzuane, an internationally acclaimed graphic designer, art director, and consultant who has worked with clients such as Kinfolk Magazine, MENU, and Sonos.
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The CREATIVE.VOYAGE Podcast features long-form interviews with some of the world's most inspiring creative professionals revealing the stories that shaped their lives and careers, plus actionable strategies to help you take your mindset and skills to the next level. The show's host is Mario Depicolzuane, an internationally acclaimed graphic designer, art director, and consultant who has worked with clients such as Kinfolk Magazine, MENU, and Sonos.

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English


Episodes

How to Follow Your Passion with Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen (S01E12)

12/10/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Jonas Bjerre-Poulsen, a Copenhagen-based architect, designer, art director, and photographer. We cover topics such as positioning as a creative, how Jonas approaches new projects, his advice to young professionals, main challenges of being an architect today, his work routines, the importance of following your passion and much more.

Duration:00:54:28

How to Make a Living as a Textile Designer with Nadine Goepfert (S01E11)

12/3/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Nadine Goepfert, a Berlin-based textile designer. We cover topics such as the importance of listening to our artistic Intuition, Nadine’s work routines, her approach to personal and research-based projects, how to deal with obstacles, and much more.

Duration:00:31:20

What Is the Future of Industrial Design with Tim Rundle (S01E10)

11/26/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Tim Rundle, a London-based industrial designer. We cover topics such as the importance of finding the right clients, his failures and lessons learned, advice to young industrial designers, what makes a good contemporary product, and much more.

Duration:00:33:47

How to Be a Contemporary Dancer and Choreographer With Fukiko Takase (S01E09)

11/20/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Fukiko Takase, a London-based independent dancer, choreographer, and movement director. We cover topics such as the importance of nurturing your better self, advice to dancers and choreographers who are just starting, Fukiko’s work routines, the main challenges of being a contemporary dancer working today, her experience of dancing with Thom Yorke, and much more.

Duration:00:32:58

How to Make a Living as a Freelance Illustrator with Merijn Hos (S01E08)

11/13/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Merijn Hos, an Utrecht-based illustrator, visual artist, and occasional art director. We cover topics such as his work routines, advice to illustrators who are just starting, his experience with ADHD, what makes a good illustration brief, how he develops his style, and much more.

Duration:00:29:45

The Intersection of Strategy, Physical and Digital With Carl Emil S. Bregnhøi (S01E07)

11/6/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Carl Emil S. Bregnhøi, a Copenhagen-based digital strategist, early seed investor, and entrepreneur. We cover topics such as a strategic approach to design and technology, the importance of communication, working on the intersection of physical and digital, his current struggles, the value of side projects, and much more.

Duration:00:45:21

How to Make a Living As a Musician With Sarah Lipstate (S01E06)

10/30/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Sarah Lipstate, a Los Angeles-based composer, and a guitarist. We cover topics such as making a living as a musician today, marketing your work, the things Sarah is currently struggling with, the relationship between her gear and her art, and much more.

Duration:00:34:22

What Is the Future of Creative Education With Eike König (S01E05)

10/23/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Eike König, a Berlin-based graphic designer, and creative director, who’s also a teacher, and an artist. We cover topics such as his approach to teaching, challenges on his career journey, advice to young creative professionals, his struggle with depression, and much more.

Duration:00:54:30

The Importance of Personal Work and Self-initiated Projects With Nao Nozawa (S01E04)

10/15/2018
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This episode is dedicated to Nao Nozawa, a Tokyo based graphic designer and art director. We cover topics such as dealing with feedback and criticism, the importance of personal work and self-initiated projects, the specifics of freelancing, and working with clients in Japan, and much more.

Duration:00:23:38

How to Make a Living As a Freelance Writer With Ellen Freeman (S01E03)

10/8/2018
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In this episode, I talk to Ellen Freeman, a freelance writer and editor based in Mexico City. We cover topics such as advice to writers who are just starting out, the process of pitching, financial challenges of being a freelance writer, what makes a good story, and much more.

Duration:00:41:41

Concept-driven Design and Art Direction With Charlotte Heal (S01E02)

10/8/2018
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In this episode, I talk to Charlotte Heal, a London-based Creative/Art Director, and Founder of Charlotte Heal Design Ltd. We cover topics such as hunting for new work, conceptual approach to design solutions, framing mistakes, the state of young talent today, the things she is currently struggling with, and Micheal Jackson dance routines.

Duration:00:36:42

How to Be a Photographer in a Digital Age With Jacopo Moschin (S01E01)

10/8/2018
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For this first episode of the podcast, I talk to NYC-based photographer Jacopo Moschin. We cover topics such as work routines, the danger of the comfort zone, main challenges of being a photographer today, understanding who you are and what photography is about, the importance of research, his advice for briefs coming from art directors, and much more.

Duration:00:42:26

Introduction – The Creative Voyage Podcast, Season 1

9/21/2018
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Introduction to the Season 1 of the Creative Voyage Podcast, a long-form interview show with a mission of helping creative professionals to level up.

Duration:00:05:50