Creative How is an honest, fun, eclectic, ongoing investigation of how creativity “works” and how creative professionals think.
S3 E9: Season 3 Recap
Our Season 3 Recap is a fun stroll down memory lane. We talk about our favorite moments, biggest regrets, epic fails, and dream guests. We keep learning from our guest and our own experiences. Hopefully you are too!
S3 E8: David Alima - Ice Cream Wizard
“My whole life is about ice cream. How did I get so lucky?” That’s an example of the passion David Alima, co-founder of The Charmery, feels for the creative role he has carved out for himself…and the experience he’s creating for his community.
S3 E7: Scott Sugiuchi - Record Label Founder
Scott Sugiuchi is a record label owner & creative director who gets “meticulous and ridiculous” with the details in his positioning, branding & promotion of bands. From posters to vinyl to beer cans, Scott stresses the tangible with Hidden Volume Records.
S3 E6: Roger Lima - Sound Designer
Sound designer Roger Lima has worked with ESPN, Honda, A&E & many other brands, movies & shows. He’ll teach you the difference between sound design & music composition, how underground LA events inspire him & how to make music using only your bike.
S3 E5: Jackie Singer Sabur - Tattooer
Jackie Singer Sabur describes tattooing like this: “It’s not a job. It’s a lifestyle. It consumes you in all of the good and bad ways that art can.” This episode goes deep into the craft, illustrating the kind of passion you’ll need to excel in tattooing.
S3 E4: Ruben Fleischer - Director
If you’ve seen Zombieland, Venom, Gangster Squad, or 30 Minutes Or Less, you’ve seen Ruben Fleischer’s work. That’s an intimidating resume if you’re someone who wants to be a director someday. But it’s not as intimidating when you hear Ruben’s origin story.
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I listen to a lot of podcasts, I’ve not heard one quiet like this. For me, listening to creative stories helps me be more creative. I love the pace of this and the caliper of guests! A+ you’ve got me as a listener.
Jed and Sean facilitate inspiring, humorous and educational conversations with diverse artists. I loved the Kiko interview- I made me totally want to meet and hang out with him!
Could’ve been good
If Sean didn’t have to try to make dumb frat boy double entendre jokes at every opportunity, this could be worthwhile.