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10 Feb

#1 – John Sluder (Photographer)

In Podcasts by steve / February 10, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode we ask photographer John Sluder for his thoughts on creativity. I thought it would be especially interesting to talk to a photographer about topics such as the ideas of Plato, who said that a painter does not create, but only imitates. If a photographer is merely capturing the beauty that exists in nature, what is he creating? Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.

06 Mar

#2 – Robbie Ripoll (Tattoo Artist)

In Podcasts by steve / March 6, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode we explore creativity with Tattoo Artist Robbie Ripoll, owner of the Chapel of Love tattoo studio. Tattooing is a very artistic job, but can often require an artist to follow another person’s idea for a project. When most, if not all of your work is art commissioned for others, how can you incorporate your own creativity? Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.

08 Mar

#3 – Secret Keeper (Band)

In Podcasts by steve / March 8, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode we talk to members of the band Secret Keeper, about how creativity presents itself to them as a band and on an individual level. We held the interview on the night of one of their live performances, when a feeling of inspiration is often shared between musicians and fans.  Will they tell us the secrets behind their experience of inspiration and creativity, or will Secret Keeper live up to their name?  Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.

08 Mar

#4 – Kyle and Tyler Shepherd (Twin Musicians)

In Podcasts by steve / March 8, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode, we talk to Kyle and Tyler Shepherd, twin brothers who look very different on the outside, even down to playing different instruments in different bands. But, as I found out, are much more similar than they seem. They claim to experience “twin power”. Could they share their creative powers in much of the same way?  Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.

13 Mar

#5 – Jim Neil (Inventor, Musician, Comedian)

In Podcasts by steve / March 13, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode, we talk to Jim Neil, an inventor, computer scientist and engineer, who also enjoys performing as a musician and comedian. Some of these may seem more creative than others, but is that the case? Are so-called technical occupations still creative?  Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.

14 Mar

#6 – Laura Negi (Elementary Teacher)

In Podcasts by steve / March 14, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode, We talk to Laura Negi, an elementary school teacher, for some insight into one of the most important questions of our exploration of creativity. How do we teach it? Is creativity even something we can teach?  Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.

18 Mar

#7 – Eliseo Gregory (Singer/Songwriter, The Wilderness)

In Podcasts by steve / March 18, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode, we talk to singer and songwriter, Eliseo Gregory, from a band called The Wilderness. We share ideas on where inspiration comes from, how it feels, and the possibility of creativity being some sort of connection between us and a higher consciousness. Could there be some larger force that we draw from when we create?  Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.

20 Mar

#8 – Konglom (Band)

In Podcasts by steve / March 20, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode, we talk to electronic rock band, Konglom, about their experience of creativity and inspiration. All four members of the group are talented in a variety of creative forms. According to the band, guitarist and vocalist Ryan Speer is the source of the band’s signature sound. But how does the creativity of each individual band member compliment or enhance his unique style?  Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.

03 Apr

#9 – Ben Sharp (Cloudkicker)

In Podcasts by steve / April 3, 2014 / 0 Comments

In this episode, we talk to Ben Sharp, better known as Cloudkicker, about his take on creativity. One interesting fact about Ben is that as well as being a musician, he began taking flight lessons at a young age, and became inspired by the creative outlet they provided. But how can something as procedural as flying an airplane incorporate any creativity?  Find out in this episode of Create The Creators: The Podcast.