In this year-end episode, we’ve pulled together some of the top highlights from the past season. Listen in as our guests give their best advice on how to reinvigorate, refresh and revitalize your creative side – and make 2018 your best year yet!
Filmmaking offers tremendous opportunities for expression, but it also presents intense challenges. Noam Kroll is a Los Angeles-based, award-winning Film and Commercial Director, and founder of the boutique production house, Creative Rebellion. He discusses how he got his start, moved to L.A., landed some of the world’s biggest brands as clients, and continues to […]
These days having a website isn’t enough to get you found online. If you want to encourage new users to find you and existing users to remember you, you’ve got to make your website count for all its worth. Tim Cameron-Kitchen, founder of Exposure Ninja shares his journey: from drummer who wanted more work, to […]
How do you grab an audience’s attention when you only have 15 to 30 seconds? Chris Smith, Creative Group Head and Writer at the Richards Group has an admirable mastery when it comes to creating engaging and humorous radio ads. Listen as he describes his Radio Mercury Award winning campaign for Motel 6, and dives […]
Tom Lee, former director of the Office for the Arts’ Learning From Performers program at Harvard University, talks about how this program has enriched the lives of thousands. He also discusses how art has the power to enhance anyone’s life.
A recording session can quickly go off the rails, leaving the talent and director frustrated. Sunday Muse shares tips for both voice actors and directors for helping a session get back on track if frustrations arise. Sunday Muse – Great Big Voices: http://greatbigvoices.com/
The beautifully curated photos on Instagram and the sponsored posts that you see popping up throughout your feed come from social media influencers. What does it take to become one of those people? Ally Pintucci offers you a peek behind the curtain and shares her thoughts on authenticity, how she grew her brand, and what […]
For creatives, getting in a rut is a professional hazard. Jonathan De Souza, Professor of Music Theory at the Don Wright Faculty of Music at Western University, has studied the ways that our bodies, the tools we use, and our minds come together to form our habits. These habits can help or hinder us creatively. […]
We’ve all been told about the importance of having an elevator pitch – but actually getting your story straight — the story of who you are, is often easier said than done. If the idea of networking makes your toes curl, this episode is for you. Taylor Shold, Associate Producer at Sportsnet and founder of […]
When you tell a story, how important is it that it’s delivered in the language you speak? If you’re a storyteller who is a self-proclaimed word-nerd, you’re going to enjoy this immersion into the world of constructed languages with Dr. Christine Schreyer, Associate Professor of Anthropology at the University of British Columbia and the creator […]
While it can be tempting as a creative to pursue obvious success, there’s something to be said for finding your niche and being creatively fulfilled. Tyley shares his insights regarding setting yourself up for that kind of success, but also getting involved in the creative process and figuring out what you want your creative legacy […]
If you want to create stories that sell, you need to “throw your assumptions of who your audience is out the window” according Jordan Scott Price, Creative Director at Flying Canvas Productions. In this episode, Jordan goes over how he and his team get to the heart of a client’s story – and how they […]
What are the essential elements of a good story – and how can you incorporate them, even in less than 30 seconds? Award-winning media strategist and consultant, Keith Tomasek, shares his experience and insights to help you hone your storytelling skills. So no matter the medium, you can connect with audience on a deeper level through […]
Thousands of years ago we began telling stories with our voices, preserving information and cultural identity from one generation to another. Today, our voices still play an active role in our creative life, whether we intend them to or not. Is your voice authentically telling your story? Vocal Coach and Author, Jocelyn Rasmussen, describes how […]
Sound Stories, is an inspirational and informative podcast for creative professionals, hosted by Stephanie Ciccarelli, co-founder of Voices.com. In each episode an industry expert imparts their insights and experiences, in order to empower listeners on their journey to improve their lives, at work and at home, by becoming better storytellers. Enjoy this teaser of the […]