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Now displaying: October, 2017
Oct 31, 2017
Artist Chelsea Ward drops by the podcast to talk about growing up in the California desert, always having a slingshot in her pocket, legitimately hating her sister, drawing tractors in preschool, designing custom children's books, teaching art, writing a drawing textbook, what creation looks like, catching kids Snapchatting in class, studying in Italy, seeing frescos that made her consider a God, teaching Syrian refugees, Rumours, Mark Rothko's black room, what is art, and why kids shouldn't have an Instagram. 
 
Find her online at: http://sketchynotions.com
Or follow her on Instagram: @sketchynotions
Oct 24, 2017
Designer and stylist, Kayla Tierney swings by the podcast to talk about following her boyfriend to a new city, being the good drawer in class, superconductors, trying to draw like her babysitter, training for marathons with her dad, becoming a web designer, not appealing to alpha bro dudes, appreciating the aesthetic world, realizing she likes pink, having two successive Insta-famous dogs, having a surprising number of ex-nuns in her family, learning presence from her first dog, how SLO changed her life, hurting dads' feelings, and painting on garbage cans.
 
Find her online at: http://kaylatierney.com
Or follow her on Instagram: @kayla__tierney
Oct 17, 2017

Actor and comedian, Toby Tropper stops by the podcast to talk about Seincast, The Early Edition Podcast, human Shazam, losing his parents' health insurance coverage, The Real World: Melodrama, Dungeons & Dragons, memorizing lines and the Ceremonial Flush, being the Real Tim Brady, The Great American Melodrama, having the most popular Harry Potter dub on YouTube, doing stand up comedy, being compared to Mr. Bean, the best episode of The Simpsons, only being Jewish for comedic purposes, his Anglophilia, breaking character, writing comedy, how to survive a car crash, being a Tropper, habitual punctuality, being a Toby, growing a beard, his great uncle Murray, "break a leg" texts from his mom, being awkward around celebrities, drawing a Cranston-a-day, his mom's version of The Lord's Prayer, relapsing on McDonald's, sonder, and the satisfaction of dissatisfaction.

 
Find him online at: http://tobytropper.com
Or find The Great American Melodrama: http://www.americanmelodrama.com/
Oct 10, 2017
Filmmaker and visionary, Kendall Kranz drops by the podcast to talk about being The Youtube Girl, becoming a background actor, wanting to be Thomas Edison, being female in a male-dominated industry, being the only girl in the house, her problem with college, manifesting the perfect environment, awakening people, admitting that things are your fault, teaching kids how to understand themselves, being a better you, peace, stoicism, staying in your own lane, synchronicities, angel cards, learning experiences for the soul, physical reality, and what Jesus told her.
 
Find her online at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYVF_D_DZH5I8FEf_g49ORg
Or follow her on Instagram: @kendallkray
Oct 3, 2017

Audio engineer and musician, Nolan Perry swings by the podcast to talk about finishing and releasing music, authenticity in art, getting into recording, little kid ghosts, Elle Moss, playing on local tv, tracking a Candle album in a tasting room, morning sessions, his cabin recording studio, maintaining the brochure racks in hotels, baking bread, wanting to play the bassoon, Scut Farkus, when Nintendo 64 changed the world, his middle school Yoshi club, peak nerdiness, Gargoyles, keeping up with new music, the OP-1, foley, mixing, drum miking techniques, Mexican food, compression to tape, Grinny, having things on the tip of your tongue, living like a Christian, being nice to everyone, and delivering a pizza to his old house.

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