Creators After Dark is an inspirational interview show featuring new and underrated content creators. The format allows them to share their stories in their own words with minimal interruption.
19 - The Science of Art with Artist Rohini Devasher
Rohini Devasher is an artist from Delhi, India. Much of her work is inspired by science and nature, and these interests have resulted in many interesting opportunities, including spending a month on an oil tanker in the Pacific and visiting astronomical observatories around the world. In this interview, she talks about the difficulties of getting started as an artist, why she sees art as an expression of the natural world, and what the future holds for visual artists.
18 - One Pixel at a Time with Reddit r/Place Participant BarclayMcClay
Redditor BarclayMcClay gives an account of the phenomenon that was r/Place, a global collaborative art canvas that took place during the first few days of April 2022. He talks about joining the GreenLattice community to battle The Void, runaway national flags, and to create a safe home for smaller works of art. He also discusses the greater meaning of r/Place, and what it might reveal about humanity as a whole.
YouTube: 2022 r/Place Timelapse
Reddit: Green Lattice
17 - Ask an Agent with Talent Agent Suzanne Massingill
Suzanne Massingill offers a unique perspective on the entertainment industry as a talent agent and former casting director. She offers advice for actors seeking representation, clears up some of the common misconceptions that surround acting, and gives her views on the industry post-2020.
Facebook: Barefoot Models and Talent
16 - Songs from the Smokies with Musician Willow Osborne
Willow Osborne is a musician from Pigeon Forge, Tennessee. At age 3, she decided the banjo would be her life's work, and she continues that work nearly 20 years later. In this interview, she talks about her life as a child performer, being featured in an IMAX movie, and life as an independent music artist.
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15 - The Sport of Filmmaking with 48 Hour Film Project Creator Mark Ruppert
Mark Ruppert tells the story of how he created the 48 Hour Film Project, an annual filmmaking competition that takes place in over 100 cities worldwide. He talks about how he's kept The 48 going strong for over 20 years, tips for excelling at it, and advice for filmmakers of all levels.
Website: 48 Hour Film Project
Facebook: 48 Hour Film Project
14 - Unconventional Superheroes with Comic Book Creator Led Bradshaw
Comic book creator Led Bradshaw tells the story of how he created the Jake Jetpulse universe alongside his son Jake, and how they use it not only as a creative outlet but as a way to highlight autism awareness. He talks about liking comics before they were cool, the business side of art, and how a chance interview on The TODAY Show reinvigorated his creative pursuits.
Website: The Adventures of Jack Jetpulse
Facebook: Jetpulse Studios