Mind Over Myth explores creativity through conversations with artists, writers, musicians and other people existing within the creative industries. The podcast gets underneath the myth that creativity is reliant on natural talent or divine inspiration by examining artists' processes, and also discusses some of the broader themes and challenges that go hand in hand with producing creative work.
MOM #5: Nathan Power
Erica Bramham speaks with Australian singer-songwriter Nathan Power about starting new things, taking control of your own creative projects, making money as a touring musician, practicing in public, saying no to working too hard, and creating work that is a reflection of who you are.
MOM #4: Emilee Seymour
Erica Bramham speaks with illustrator, photographer, filmmaker and animator Emilee Seymour about being creatively diverse, the ups and downs of freelancing, women in creative industries, the challenges of social media and measuring success.
MOM #3: Lucy Roleff
Erica Bramham speaks with musician and illustrator Lucy Roleff about finding her own musical voice, both literally and figuratively, creative work for both profit and pleasure, and being kind to yourself.
MOM #2: Dan Christie
Erica Bramham speaks with Dan Christie about collaboration, building creative communities, balancing creative and non-creative work, plus some of his lyric writing techniques.
MOM #1: Erica Bramham
Mind Over Myth is a podcast that explores creativity through conversations with artists, musicians, writers and other creatives. In this introductory episode host Erica Bramham introduces the Podcast and discusses some of the themes she is interested in examining with guests throughout the series.