-Hey there, what are you wearing?-Your 20 years younger than me, do you want to be my mentor?-Cant we all be friends?-Want to get killed, get hit by a car, download the Stringr App This month we talk about getting a mentor younger than yourself. How all of us in the industry should be friends, Stage Black wardrobe and why wearing black is a good thing when covering events. And a bit more on the app that calls itself Stringr (very web 2.0) Video Version [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Rp3qlCsrPk4[/embed]
In this episode, we sit down and chat with Wheat. Wheat is a cinematographer, editor and sfx artist. He was worked with a variety of independent films dating back to 1996. We talk about budgets, remastering movies from actual film, kickstarter film projects, and a few of the films he has worked on. If you want to watch the films we talk about in this episode see below: Cigarette Girl: https://amzn.to/3to6KNIRocky Mountain Fast Guy: https://amzn.to/3FidgHP More Wheathttps://hausofwheat.com/ https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7hM-dpswQl8
Join as as we talk with Jeremy Moore about Covid19 in Colorado, What higher education has looked like and what it will look like in the near future in a post pandemic world [embed]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8NiSclYeZfs[/embed]
Amy Harber is a actress and model in Chicago, Illinois. Here, she shares her experiences and struggles during the CoVid19 pandemic in one of hardest hit cities in U.S. [embed]https://youtu.be/YgpzbUlNC-c[/embed]
Do tattoo artists have an edge on preventing the spread of Covid19? This week we talk with Chad Wells of Wells And Co Tattoo about how the Covid19 lockdown has effected his business and what things are like in Dayton, Ohio.
Today we have a conversation with Micah Griffin in Eugene, OR. A Covid19 survivor who traveled all over the globe as the Covid19 pandemic was developing. There is a lot to his story and a super funny aspect that we cover at the end of the podcast.
Part of the upcoming feature length documentary “Six Feet Of Separation”. We talk with Katie in Englewood, Florida about what the COVID19 situation is like in Florida, how people in her area are ignoring it and how our food supply chain may be affected.