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30 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Doreen Pierre on Un-Gendering Fashion, How She Got into the World Of Writing, and Inclusivity in the Fashion Retail Experience
Episode 6, Season 1.5 with Doreen Pierre. In this episode, we explore Doreen Pierre's background. How she got into the world of writing and exploring queer history and gender politics. Furthermore, her experience in navigating queer fashion, un-gendering fashion, and creating a platform to showcase her journey to help others. In closing, we converse about inclusivity in the retail experience, and her new journey into fashion design.
47 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Carela on Designing for Major and Emerging Brands, His Childhood, How he Was Able to Find his Lane in the Art World and Launch his Own
Episode 5, Season 1.5 with Carela. In this episode, we explore Carela's childhood, and behind the scenes of designing for major brands such as Hidden Halo, Fly Supply, Macy's, WhenSmokeClears, and developing his own brand Carela. Learning the ins and outs of clothing, fashion, art, and home decor. We learn what it's like designing for a major corporation and how the works are brought together, the many different options in design, grounding yourself when working for other people, and how he was able to find his lane in the art world.
44 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Taylor Champlin on Moving to New York to Pursue Creative Endeavors, Working in the Fashion Industry as a Stylist, Photographer, and Writer, Inspirations and Aspirations
In Episode 4 of Season 1.5, we talk with Taylor Champlin and explore her experience moving to New York from the midwest. What it is like working in the fashion industry as a stylist, as well as her inspirations as a photographer, and writer.
34 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Ryan (HighMyNameIsRyan) on his Childhood and Creative Process, Hosting Members Only on SoundCloud, Filming in Colorado the Crestone Documentary
Episode 3, Season 1.5 with Ryan (HighMyNameisRyan). In this episode, we learn about His Childhood, Moving from Jamaica to America. How he was introduced to recording music, hosting Members Only and music in Soundcloud, we explore his process into developing his brand. As well as, learn about his new feature in the Crestone Documentary.
34 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Wendy Giovanna on her Art Process, Co-Founding The Foul Hundreds and Event Planning
Episode 1.5, Season 2 with Wendy Giovanna. In this episode, we learn about her art process, and how she became involved in Florida's own The Foul Hundreds and event planning, the underground scene from 2012-2015, the rapid growth and evolution in South Florida, our experience, and lessons managing multiple businesses.
37 minutes | Jun 17, 2021
Nadir Saeed on his Creative Process, Reminiscing on Upbringings, Past Creative Endeavors, and Future Works in Progress
Episode 1, Season 1.5 with Nadir Saeed. In this episode, we catch up with my longtime friend and collaborator. We talk about his experience and how he landed in the Art world, moments that have motivated him. We talk openly about the growth in the South Florida community. As well as revisit our experience of being in an art collective, and what he is working on and plans on doing in the future!
50 minutes | Nov 6, 2020
Sydney Hart on How to Have a Stellar Rebrand, Branding and Design Mistakes, How to Sell Yourself Confidently, and Working through Imposter Syndrome.
Episode 11, The Final Episode of Season 1 featuring Sydney Hart. Sydney and I discuss the importance of brand strategy and design. We walk through the do's and don'ts in branding and design, as well as discuss the road of entrepreneurship and business ownership. Learning how to push past imposter syndrome and sell yourself confidently!
77 minutes | Oct 26, 2020
Red Light on the Creation of The Foul Hundreds, Learning about Stocks, 300 Entertainment Management Deal, and Music Production
Episode 8, with Red Light co-founder of The Foul Hundreds, Business and Music Manager, Entrepreneur. We learn about Red's experience of co-founding The Foul Hundreds, developing music and event curating for rising artist. His reasoning to moving New York, and landing a venture with 300 Entertainment to manage and develop recording artist. How he was able to land the deal, and partner with artist DP Beats, and Chief Keef. Lastly learn about his new found interest of stocks, what he plans to do with stock investments.
64 minutes | Oct 3, 2020
Elijah Cole on his Upbringing, Aspirations for SHEPHERD, Cultural Influences from the 90s, and Thoughts on Current News
Episode 9, with designer Elijah Cole. We learn about his to becoming a Designer, where he would like to see his brand SHEPHERD grow, 90's r&b, and hiphop cultural influences that inspired his brand. We also talk shortly about the Wealth Gap in the black creative community, and brainstorm how we can grow the Black design Industry with resources in the future.
59 minutes | Sep 16, 2020
Splash Zanotti on his Journey as a Recording Artist, Methodologies and Processes, and Partnering with DMX.
Episode 8, with recording artist Splash Zanotti. We walk through his journey from his childhood to today, learnig about his ups and his downs, his thought process when deciding to continue to pursue his career even when his peers said no, what his latest single Deja Vu means to him, new projects and business ventures in the making, his relationship with DMX, what it was like building with the legendary rapper.
80 minutes | Sep 8, 2020
DopexGold on Activisim, Upbringings and Developing as a Professional Artist, Youth Concept Gallery Installations and Plans
Episode 7, with DopexGold founder of Youth Concept Gallery. We learn about his experience from growing up in Miami playing College and Pro football then moving on to developing himself as Professional Artist and Designer. How he got his starting into streetwear, working with brands such as DGK, a black owned skate brand and then moving on to develop DopexGold as a fashion brand. Learn about his inspiration and plans for Youth Concept Gallery, a community gallery and collective that is dedicated to working with the incarcerated youth and developing Galleries for aiding low-income communities by offering recreational activities, creative arts, fitness, youth empowerment sessions. We also run through how he has been able to building three gallery spaces, his plans for Youth Concept Gallery, and thoughts on current news.
68 minutes | Aug 28, 2020
David Hobbins on Entrepreneurship, Real Estate, Design, Ownership, and Philanthropy
Episode 6, I sit down with David Hobbins and go through his path as an entrepreneur, choosing the right mentorships and internship. Diving into wealth within the community, we talk about ways anyone that is not interested in Entrepreneurship can reap the benefits of their own business without being an entrepreneur. Philosophize on where we would like our generation to push towards, as well as his endeavors in philanthropy through Rebuild The Block and affordable housing.
80 minutes | Aug 3, 2020
Artist Background, Cultural Influences and Collaborators, Second 2 None Brand with Kangie
Episode 5, with artist and designer Kangie. In this very relaxed episode we dive into Kangie's upbringings moving from Peru to America, how she initiated her career in Art, Design and Curation. The different brands, cultural influences and artist she has work with, and her ideas for her new brand Second 2 None.
55 minutes | Jul 24, 2020
Fine Art, Fashion, Anime and Childhood Nostalgia with Eartha Klitt
Episode 4, with Eartha Klitt. We talk 100% openly about her upbringing, how she got into fine art, and fashion customization. Her inspirations as an artist, as well as the different outlets she uses such as, Autodesk and Airbrushing as new mediums for her to explore.
36 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
Five Jones on Developing Music, Graphic Art, and #SayHerName Fund
Episode 3, with Musician and Artist Five Jones. We talk openly about her journey from graphic designer, web developer, musician, to record label owner of The Pot Is Hot. The importance of branding, presentation, and developing the overall package. As well as, #SayHerName fund a franchised and indefinite scholarship program founded by Five Jones.
59 minutes | Jul 8, 2020
Kwami Lee on Art Direction, Photography, and Processing News
Episode 2, with Photographer and Art Director Kwami Lee. We talk openly about his journey as a creative from music producer, photographer, motion director, and art directing. Discussing his move from Florida to NY, his re-branding from shotbynfl to Kwami Lee, life lessons he has learned, future projects in the making. As well as taping into gentrification in the community, current news and how to process them in a healthy manner.
66 minutes | Jul 1, 2020
Entrepreneurship and Activism with Chyna Tiye
Episode 1, with Chyna Tiye founder of Official Edibles. We talk transparently about her journey as an Entrepreneur, creating Official Edibles, her thoughts on the Black Lives Matter movement, experiencing racism, and her future plans as an entrepreneur.
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