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53 minutes | May 17, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Twenty-four: Chillin' with Jared Schwartz
Jared Schwartz is a NYC stand-up comedian , semi-permanent co-host of the "Only Feehans" podcast, and creator of the "Momma's Boy Comedy" show. On this episode of the Real People Podcast, Andrew and Isaac sit down with Jared to talk about bowling. They also mentioned podcasting, doing stand-up comedy, producing comedy shows, and Staten Island. Available everywhere you stream anything.
63 minutes | May 3, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Twenty-Three: Dustin Cole Hayes from Walter Etc.
Walter Etc. is the brainchild of Dustin Cole Hayes, who has been creating music (originally as Walter Mitty and His Makeshift Orchestra), writings, videos, and art between Southern California and Portland, OR for over a decade. He co-runs the label and art collective Making New Enemies with Milk Flud, and has worked alongside Jeff Rosenstock and Ian Farmer (Slaughter Beach, Dog/Modern Baseball) in the studio. Walter's newest album "There There" (self released via Making New Enemies, May 7th 2021) showcases the band's return to a home-recorded and self-produced approach. On this episode of the Real People Podcast, I sit down with Dustin aka Walter and talk about the new album. We discuss Haye's gift for lyricism, DIY ethos, and Dustin's evolution as a songwriter over the last decade. Available everywhere you stream anything.
52 minutes | Apr 19, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Twenty-One - The Andrew Ginsburg Story featuring Andrew Ginsburg
Andrew Ginsburg is a stand-up comedian, champion bodybuilder, and author of Pumping Irony: How to Build Muscle, Lose Weight, and Have the Last Laugh. His TV appearances include The View, Saturday Night Live, The Sopranos, All My Children, As The World Turns, The Guiding Light, and One Life to Live. He currently has four comedy albums available on iTunes and his work has been published in The New York Times, New York Post, Huffington Post, Details Magazine, Muscle & Fitness Magazine, Elle Magazine, Flex Magazine, and Glamour Magazine. In this week's episode of the Real People Podcast, Andrew Ginsburg & I talk about NYC stand-up comedy over the years, Andrew's career in television, comedy, writing, and he's how managed to blend these ambitions together while being a championship bodybuilder.
54 minutes | Apr 12, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Twenty - The Future of Comedy (and Food) with Daniel Geneen
Daniel Geneen is a media personality and NYC-based comedian. Professionally, he is the co-host of the Eater's Digest podcast and makes videos for Eater.com. With whatever time Dan has leftover in his day, he performs jokes for five people in various bike lanes around Manhattan. In this week's episode of the Real People Podcast, Dan and I talk about the future of both food and comedy. We discuss Dan's early comedic influences, interning at the Howard Stern show, exploring restaurants and food at a young age, his journey into food media, and what's next for him as an entertainer. www.danielgeneen.com
51 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Nineteen - Insta-Worthy Moments with @therealkika, Kika Carvalho
Kika Carvalho aka @therealkika is an Instagram influencer and content creator. Originally from Portugal, Kika has traveled to 30 countries around the world and shares with her audience travel adventures, recipes, and insta-worthy moments. On her blog, you will find cooking recipes, sales, travel inspiration and more! In this week's episode of the Real People Podcast, Kika and I discuss what it means to be an Influencer. This is not a subject I personally knew a ton about, so it was really cool of Kika to come on the show and explain to me and my audience. We talk about traveling, staying relevant and creating content during a pandemic, and the best travel destinations around the world. https://kikacarvalho.com/
66 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Eighteen - NYC Stand Up Comedy with Chris Brown
Chris Brown is a NYC stand-up comedian originally from Atlanta, Georgia. Chris recalls getting his inspiration to do comedy from his neighborhood barbershop, where everybody was able to take the stage. In this episode of the Real People Podcast, Chris and I discuss stand-up comedy. We talk about how Chris writes his jokes, why bombing on stage is the best thing that can happen to you, and how being from Atlanta informed his own identity and specific point of view as a comedian. We also discussed why New York City is still the best city in the entire world, and what we're excited about for the future. You can check out Chris here: @chrisbrowncomedy www.chrisbrowncomedy.com
69 minutes | Mar 8, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Seventeen - Running Through Writing with Alex Hancock
Alex Hancock is a writer, editor, and runner based in Los Angeles, California. Although Alex has very interesting experience with food writing, developmental editing, and technology, his passion lies with running. In this episode of the Real People Podcast, Alex and I discuss running. We discuss the mental and physical reasons to run, and the relationship between running and transformative mental health benefits. We also talked about how running has inspired Alex to write...about running. We also chatted about moving, and eating pizza every single day. Alex's essays can be found here: @hancock.alexander.j
50 minutes | Feb 22, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Sixteen - Leather Making with Glen Rosenthal
Glen Rosenthal is the Founder and Master Leather Crafter at Cave Leather Co, a Los-Angeles based leather company. Cave Leather Co sells a variety of innovative leather goods all of which are hand-crafted and designed by Glen himself. Glen's mission is to make stuff "like they used to" - using high quality materials and meticulous attention to detail. We caught up about Glen's meteoric rise into leather-working - starting from being fired from Apple for selling his own line of Apple watch bands, to eventually founding and growing his own business and becoming a master of his craft. https://caveleather.co/ Noistradamus: www.noistradamus.com
47 minutes | Feb 8, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Fifteen - Ways to Not Hate the Morning with Aya Hoja
Aya Hoja is an American Turkmen actress, model, dancer, and regular on the Real People Podcast! She has appeared in several short and feature films, commercials, television shows, and industrial videos. We caught up about Aya's rigorously structured schedule, how to become a morning person, and how to set goals while staying motivated to achieve them in what is shaping up to be another pretty weird year. https://www.hojaaya.com/
54 minutes | Feb 1, 2021
Real People Podcast - Episode Fourteen - Using Film to Express Your Inner Creativity with Liam Gordes
Liam Gordes is an Australian Creative Director and Co-Host of the "Shit Dates Podcast." Liam and I chatted about founding his media company, Good Gravy Media, and how to use the power of video to create inventive and interesting content. Liam describes his work producing videos like a ‘Good Gravy’ on your Mum’s Sunday roast. That little bit of something special, that makes an already great meal even better. In this episode of the Real People Podcast, Liam and I discuss the ways he uses his creativity for professional and personal fulfillment, his journey into film, and what it's like dating when you host a podcast about horrible dates. links: Liam: www.goodgravy.media Shit Dates: https://linktr.ee/shitdates
71 minutes | Dec 14, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Thirteen - Finding Joy and Creativity in 2020 with Risa Culbertson
Risa Culbertson is an artist, illustrator, and master crafter living in the San Francisco Bay area. She has a studio in Berkley, Ca where she owns and operates her playful stationery company, Papallama (www.papallama.com). Risa is experienced in a wide variety of mediums including fiber arts, paper, edible art, sculpting, illustration, stop-motion animation and more. In this episode of the Real People Podcast, Risa and I discuss finding creativity and inspiration in what has been a pretty weird year. We discuss her amazing stationary business, crafting, the meaning of objects, finding joy, and how to play with your own creativity to connect with the people and places around you. Check out Risa's Portfolio: https://linktr.ee/risaculbertson
69 minutes | Nov 30, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Twelve - Artistic Inspiration with Steven D'Arbenzio
Steven D'Arbenzio is a NYC-based artist. You can also think of him as an illustrator, art director, designer, and creative director, but in the end, he is a creator, regardless of the context. In this episode of the Real People Podcast, Steve and I discuss his incredible paintings and drawings, the universe of characters he created, and where he draws inspiration from when creating art. check out his site: www.darbenziocreative.com/painting-drawing on instagram @sdarbenzio
45 minutes | Nov 2, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Eleven - Folks in the City Series - Max Dorfman
Max Dorfman is a NYC-based writer and first returning guest to the Real People Podcast for a "Folks in the City" episode. In this series, me and my friends take a break from the "hard-hitting interviews" and talk about nothing deep or of any substance at all. Although this one, was kind of deep. We discussed Halloween, scary movies, cat consciousness, and Ancient Aliens. Don't forget to check out Max on episode one of Real People Pod for a more formal interview, and his latest short story, "The Body" is available right now on The Bookends Review - (click to read: http://thebookendsreview.com/2020/06/29/the-body/).
58 minutes | Oct 19, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Ten - Producing Stories with Julianne Wilkinson
Julianne Wilkinson is a Video Producer formerly of Great Big Story. Since 2015, Julianne has pitched, created, and produced hundreds of fascinating stories from all over the Earth, through the medium of a groundbreaking digital media platform. In this episode, Julianne and I discuss her career path so far, the process one goes through when pitching and producing stories, and why storytelling matters so much in today's uncertain world. We caught up about all things production, film, creating, and process.
46 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Nine - Folks in the City Series - Isaac Gartenberg
Isaac Gartenberg is a NYC stand-up comic in the East Village and the first guest on my "Folks in the City' Series of "Real People Podcast." In this series, me and my open-mic friends take a break from the "hard-hitting interviews" and talk about nothing deep or of any substance at all. As the first guest, Isaac and I talk about the future of New York City, workshop some stand-up jokes, read through my living will, and tell stories from childhood growing up in sunny, New Jersey.
77 minutes | Sep 21, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Eight - Life After Improv Comedy with Joey Price
Joey Price is an actor and writer in Brooklyn, NY. He was a teacher at the Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre in New York City since 2015 and performed there since 2012. At UCB, Joey was on the Harold teams Graceland, The Enemy, Slamball and Sleuth. He was a performer and writer for the long-running UCB show Everyone's Favorite Game Show. Currently Joey hosts "The Beanball" podcast about all things baseball. We caught about the Pandemic, life after UCB, and what improv still means to comedians in New York City.
82 minutes | Sep 14, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Seven - Taking Action On Climate Change with Will Stein
Will Stein was a rising star at Google when he realized his life's calling was to dedicate himself entirely to the fight against Climate Change. Now he works with Carbon Lighthouse, an environmental organization focused on energy efficiency and renewable energy projects for office buildings, industrial plants, and schools. Will and I caught up about about all things Planet Earth, and how exactly he made the transition from tech to climate advocate, and why you should do it too.
52 minutes | Aug 31, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Six - Reporting the News with Chen Wu
Chen Wu is a designer for major American news organizations and a former journalist. She also spends some time as the occasional comedian. Chen came to the United States seven years ago to pursue her dream of being a sports journalist. We caught up about doing improv comedy when English is your second language, leaving China, Journalism, transitioning to Design, and running marathons.
78 minutes | Aug 24, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Five - Talkin' Music (and Philosophy) with Justin Garcia
Justin Garcia is a musician, electric guitarist, and philosophy enthusiast who plays with various live musical acts around Brooklyn, NY and Jersey City, NJ. Currently Justin contributes to the Brooklyn-based artist collective, "The Hau5" -thehau5.com. Justin and I caught up after an eight-year hiatus and talked about all things music, from his early days as a rock guitarist to finding his jazz inspirations, to leaving academia to become a full-time professional musician. warning: we also talked a bunch about philosophy. on instagram @justinguitarcia
74 minutes | Aug 17, 2020
Real People Podcast - Episode Four - From Sales to the Stage with Aya Hoja
Aya Hoja is an American Turkmen actress, model, and dancer. After several years in corporate sales and marketing, Aya decided to venture out and follow her love for performance art in America. She has appeared in several short and feature films, commercials, television shows, and industrial videos. We caught up about breaking into the arts, growing up in the bay area, and how to discover your own path. https://www.hojaaya.com/ Peanut Butter VS Nutella? https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/5LLHX87
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