SADCAST: the podcast for working creatives. Hosted by Pamela Rounis, a designer, illustrator, and Creative Director at one of Canada’s most prominent advertising agencies, Rethink. Conversations about creative practice, with a little neurosis thrown in. Brought to you by SAD Magazine.
EP80: Finding Your Purpose with Design Researcher Satsuko VanAntwerp
EP80: FINDING YOUR PURPOSE WITH DESIGN RESEARCHER SATSUKO VANANTWERP // Chatting about the Japanese concept of Ikigai or how to find the thing that makes you get outta bed every morning with design researcher Satsuko VanAntwerp. See Satsuko’s talk on Ikigai for free here. With music from World Brain.
EP79: Motherhood & Creativity with Artist Alice Clair
Fresh off of mat leave we delve into the topic of motherhood & (vs?) creativity. Talking with artist, illustrator, and mother Alice Clair about finding your way as a creative and who we would FMK in the Adobe suite. With extra tips on how to balance creativity and kids from writer Michelle Cyca, artist Sandeep Johal & photographer Lindsay Siu. With music from Humans.
Dictionary of colour combinations
EP78: Comedy Duo Allie Entwistle & Kerri Donaldson
Find out how the comedy duo Brunch like their comedy, influencers and eggs –– the answers will surprise you. Also discussed, Spotify's broke ass, why auditioning sucks and are street magicians the new prop comics? With music from Peach Pit
EP77: Designer & Comedian Seabus Memes
Chatting with Vancouver's online provocateur Seabus Memes, who, surprisingly is very chill IRL. We discuss all the hits including Tinder, Uber, Cactus Club and the secret to getting a cab to take you to the North shore. With music from Jay Arner.
EP76: Designer & Letterer Sami Christianson
Sami Christianson talks about going from working in an agency to co-founding Best Studio with her friend and colleague Mariko Whitley. We discuss how they came up with their confident studio name and the details on what it’s really like to start your own studio. With music from Slow Tide.
EP75: Designer & Illustrator Trevor Basset
Trevor talks about what it's like being a senior designer at Starbucks while managing his side hustle Throw & Co. We also take a peek at the Seattle design community and Trevor's new drink & draw group, SAD Friends (weirdly, not affiliated!). With music from Wimps
Jackie and Stu know everything
Thoughtful discussion of arts and culture. Kind of like the Slate Culture Gabfest, but local to Vancouver! Funny and serious in balance. Thanks for your contribution to the podcast world!