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So, what are you working on?
59 minutes | Apr 8, 2019
Episode 12: Jessie Kwak
Episode 12 introduces us to Jessie Kwak! Freelance writer, author of supernatural and sci-fi fiction AND ladyboss business owner. What's it like trying to balance work and creative endeavors? How do we create work that really says what we want it to? Can we say no to things that are time sucks!? Jessie shares her experiences (and her tips!) about these topics and more.
65 minutes | Mar 26, 2019
Episode 11: Taylor Sizemore
This week on episode 11, we talk with our friend Taylor Sizemore. Taylor is a designer, entrepreneur, artist and member of the growing anti algorithm "art movement". We talk business, design, SUCCESS, and what it's like working on (and designing!) a multi million dollar film set. Taylor also gives us an assignment to help us make connections with people that inspire us.
42 minutes | Mar 11, 2019
Episode 10: The Pitch
On our 10th episode, Co-host Lauren Faulkner talks to Co-host Epiphany Couch about her experience applying for a grant for SWAYWO Podcast. Epiphany discusses the grant process, how to prepare for a grant pitch (WHAT DO YOU WEAR!?) and shares some grant resources. Interested in hearing the Pitch? It's included too!
51 minutes | Feb 27, 2019
Episode 9: Cameron Hardesty
On episode 9, we talk with Cam Hardesty, floral designer, artist of business crafting and co-founder of Salon Betty. We go from reality to a WOO-WOO place and back again all the while discussing the divine feminine, intuition, permission and what it means to slooooowwwww doooooown and remember to be more playful.
65 minutes | Feb 11, 2019
Episode 8: Kelly Shetron and Heidi Sistare
On episode 8, we talk with Kelly and Heidi, creative collaborators, storytellers and founders of Two Create, a resource for creatives that explores how collaboration impacts creative work. We dig into fear, time, money, partnership, resistance and even come up with some ideas to keep each other going and build each other up! Check it out and send us a postcard.
63 minutes | Jan 28, 2019
Episode 7: Michael Richman
On episode 7, we talk with Michael Richman, owner, creative director and knitter at the Knitty Gritty NYC. Michael came to knitting and entrepreneurship after a career as a dancer and choreographer. He shares his experiences as an artist and business owner and gives us some tips on how to listen to the warning signs of stress and run towards joy in our work.
58 minutes | Jan 14, 2019
Episode 6: Allegra Oxborough & Grant Cutler
This week on Episode 6 of “So, What Are You Working On?” we talk with Allegra Oxborough and Grant Cutler. Allegra is a director, and the founder and owner of AERO, a woman-owned production company. Grant is a composer and artist. Together, they’ve worked on dozens of visionary projects. Collaboration? Filmmaking? Feminism? Money? The future? Yeah, we talk about it.
55 minutes | Dec 17, 2018
Episode 5: Nishat Akhtar
On episode 5 we feature Nishat Akhtar. Nishat is a badass designer, an inspired teacher, a sports enthusiast and a self-professed “sugar daddy” of her own creative career. We cover some amazing topics this week including time, money, gender, humor, and the fallacy of “following your dreams”.
61 minutes | Dec 3, 2018
Episode 4: Ben Roth
This week, we talk with our good friend Benjamin Roth. Ben is a musician, songwriter, union man, boom operator, cyclist, and among other things... an A++ person. He shares his experiences as a touring musician and gives us some tips on how to get out of an artistic rut.
65 minutes | Nov 19, 2018
Episode 3: Hallie Bateman
On episode 3, we talk with Hallie Bateman, Illustwriter (illustrator and writer) extraordinaire, fearless drawer and drinker of smoothies. She tells us about what motivated her to become a freelancer, shares her take on collaboration, and gives us an assignment that loosens rusty drawing skills and improves our awareness of the world around us.
61 minutes | Nov 5, 2018
Episode 2: BT Livermore
Aimed at creators, entrepreneurs, artists of all disciplines or the merely curious, So, what are you working on? is a platform for those looking to support and enrich their creative endeavors. Through conversational bi-monthly podcast episodes, SWAYWO focuses on delivering quality, poignant and humorous interviews with people who have real world experience and advice to offer an eclectic audience. On our second episode, we talk with BT Livermore. He is a Montana based sign painter, illustrator and printer. BUT WAIT... there's more! He is also involved with The Imagine Butte Resource Center (IBRC) and the Phoenix Building which he tells us more about as we talk and giggle in three different time zones.
58 minutes | Oct 18, 2018
Episode 1: Meet the Hosts
Aimed at creators, entrepreneurs, artists of all disciplines or the merely curious, So, what are you working on? is a platform for those looking to support and enrich their creative endeavors. Through conversational bi-monthly podcast episodes, SWAYWO focuses on delivering quality, poignant and humorous interviews with people who have real world experience and advice to offer an eclectic audience. On the first episode, the hosts of SWAYWO, Epiphany Couch and Lauren Faulkner talk to each other about their creative processes, how they met, and what inspired them to start the So, what are you working on? podcast.
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