My name is Jeffery Saddoris and I’ve been fascinated by the creative process as far back as I can remember. I released my first podcast in 2009. I was hooked and have been recording deep-dive conversations with interesting and creative people about what they do and why they do it ever since.
Deep Natter 29: Be Deliberate
Deep Natter 28: Fancy Gambling
Stuck on the Hedonic Treadmill (w/Bill Wadman)
Deep Natter 27: What’s the Actual Problem?
Deep Natter 26: It’s More Complicated Than That
Deep Natter 25: A Problem With Comparison
essential listening for anyone interested in making
I’ve said it elsewhere, but this is hands down the most important podcast I listen to. All of Jeffery’s work is excellent, heartfelt, and honest and the Deep Natter conversations with Sean Tucker aren’t to be missed. I play them when I’m out searching for pictures to take for a photo book I’m working on. Their conversations put me in the right headspace, are upbeat and positive, but cut through to the essentials of living a creative life. It’s like having two sincere friends encourage you every step of the way. Not sure I can say thanks enough.
Jeffery Saddoris is...
...one of the best interviewers I've listened to! With him, interviewing/podcasting about art and creativity becomes an art all of it's own.
He will be missed.
Thank you for the Father Bill episode, hearing his voice at the end made me sob.
I’m honored to say that he was a good friend of mine and there isn’t a day that goes by that I don’t think of something that he would love and reach for my phone and then remember that can’t call him 😥
I’m a big collector of his work and have collaborated with him on a few projects and just having his works around me everyday seems to bring me peace just like the man himself. He said in his last print interview
“I look around and the world seems dark and frightening. I want to be the light.”