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Social Effects is a podcast hosted by Edward Barnieh brought to you by MAEKAN. Social Effects dives deep into the world of social media with transparency and in search of what’s lasting in an ever-changing atmosphere.

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    • 5.0 • 4 Ratings

Social Effects is a podcast hosted by Edward Barnieh brought to you by MAEKAN. Social Effects dives deep into the world of social media with transparency and in search of what’s lasting in an ever-changing atmosphere.

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    Social Effects — Lee Yik Keat

    Social Effects — Lee Yik Keat

    Social Effects is a podcast hosted by Edward Barnieh, or as many people know him, EdwardKB.  Social Effects dives deep into the world of social media with transparency and in search of what’s lasting in an ever-changing atmosphere.

    The effect of social media has had an undeniable impact on our lives, and these conversations allow us to find out more about the background of some of social media’s most prolific creatives,  who Edward’s fortunate to call friends, their approach to the craft, and what keeps them up at night.

    In this seventh episode of Social Effects, Edward spoke with Singapore-based photographer Lee Yik Keat. As a completely self-taught full-time photographer, he shares how he got started and more importantly, how two years of mandatory military service changed his creativity and photography. 

    See the full story here: https://maekan.com/article/social-effects-lee-yik-keat/

    • 32 min
    Social Effects — Elaine Li

    Social Effects — Elaine Li

    Social Effects is a podcast hosted by Edward Barnieh, or as many people know him, EdwardKB.  Social Effects dives deep into the world of social media with  transparency and in search of what’s lasting in an ever-changing  atmosphere.

    The effect of social media has had an undeniable  impact on our lives, and these conversations allow us to find out more  about the background of some of social media’s most prolific creatives,  who Edward’s fortunate to call friends, their approach to the craft, and  what keeps them up at night.

    In this sixth episode of Social Effects, Edward spoke with Hong Kong-based photographer and art director Elaine Li. She shares her perspectives on the advertising industry and her transition away from that world to pursue photography full-time.

    See the full story here: https://maekan.com/article/social-effects-elaine-li/

    • 46 min
    Social Effects — Vivien Liu

    Social Effects — Vivien Liu

     Social Effects is a podcast hosted by Edward Barnieh, or as many people know him, EdwardKB.  Social Effects dives deep into the world of social media with  transparency and in search of what’s lasting in an ever-changing  atmosphere.



    The effect of social media has had an undeniable  impact on our lives, and these conversations allow us to find out more  about the background of some of social media’s most prolific creatives,  who Edward’s fortunate to call friends, their approach to the craft, and  what keeps them up at night.



    In this fifth episode of Social  Effects, Edward spoke with Hong Kong-based Vivien Liu is the founder  Studio UNIT, a multi-disciplinary practice specializing in architecture  and photography. She has been practicing architecture for over 10 years  in the United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Hong Kong and China.



    Six  years ago, she discovered a passion in photographing the urban density  and architecture of Hong Kong and around the world. Her photography on Instagram  has attracted more than 230,000 followers who check in to see her  unique view on Hong Kong everyday. Since then, her style has broadened  to include portraiture and natural landscapes. Her work is trusted by a  wide range of clients including Nikon, Huawei, Nike, and The Hong Kong  Tourism Board.



    See the full story here: https://maekan.com/article/social-effects-vivien-liu/

    • 1 hr 7 min
    Social Effects — Maurice Li

    Social Effects — Maurice Li

    Social Effects is a podcast hosted by Edward Barnieh, or as many people know him, EdwardKB. Social Effects dives deep into the world of social media with transparency and in search of what’s lasting in an ever-changing atmosphere.

    The effect of social media has had an undeniable impact on our lives, and these conversations allow us to find out more about the background of some of social media’s most prolific creatives, who Edward’s fortunate to call friends, their approach to the craft, and what keeps them up at night.

    In this fourth episode of Social Effects, Edward spoke with Maurice Li, the Vancouver-based co-founder of Stay & Wander. Maurice left behind a successful career in venture capital to pursue his life-long passion for travel and photography. Shortly thereafter, he noticed a void in the market—commercial photography and videography—simply was not keeping up with the voracious appetite and unique demands of the social media age. As a response, in 2013 he co-founded Stay & Wander, one of the first digital content agencies to specialize in social-first yet commercially versatile visuals and influencer-led advertising campaigns.



    See the full story here: https://www.maekan.com/article/social-effects-maurice-li

    • 51 min
    Social Effects — Tyson Wheatley

    Social Effects — Tyson Wheatley

    Social Effects is a podcast hosted by Edward Barnieh, or as many people know him, EdwardKB. Social Effects dives deep into the world of social media with transparency and in search of what’s lasting in an ever-changing atmosphere.



    The effect of social media has had an undeniable impact on our lives, and these conversations allow us to find out more about the background of some of social media’s most prolific creatives, who Edward’s fortunate to call friends, their approach to the craft, and what keeps them up at night.



    In this third episode of Social Effects, Edward spoke with Tyson Wheatley, a commercial and travel photographer represented by Tinker Street *. In a previous life, he was an Executive Editor at CNN and Communications Manager at Instagram. Tyson has beaten every Final Fantasy game ever made, is an avid trail runner, and hosts Tinker*Podcast. He lives in Queens with his girlfriend and dog.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Social Effects — Holly-Marie Cato

    Social Effects — Holly-Marie Cato

    Social Effects is a podcast hosted by Edward Barnieh, or as many people know him, EdwardKB. Social Effects dives deep into the world of social media with transparency and in search of what’s lasting in an ever-changing atmosphere.



    The effect of social media has had an undeniable impact on our lives, and these conversations allow us to find out more about the background of some of social media’s most prolific creatives, who Edward’s fortunate to call friends, their approach to the craft, and what keeps them up at night.



    In this second episode of Social Effects, Edward spoke with London based photographer, filmmaker, all-around visual content creator and storyteller extraordinaire, Holly-Marie Cato. The two talk through how Holly got started in photography by being at arguably the wrong place at the right time (the 2011 Tottenham riots in England with a point and shoot) and has reached a point where she can make powerful choices as to when is the right time for her to bring her camera to the right place.



    See the full story here: https://www.maekan.com/article/social-effects-holly-marie-cato

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

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4 Ratings

4 Ratings

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Thoughtful, insightful, and genuine personalities

I absolutely love this podcast series, and I love the people behind it even more. The people who are featured and talk with Edward share such great stories, successes, and their journey. The perspective is great, I learned so much about the difficulties or assumptions people make even. The content is solid, without being too pretentious.
On a side note, I’ve followed edwardKB on Instagram for awhile and really loved his talent / eye for photography, and one day I just shot a message asking what camera lens I should get and holy- he actually replied! So thoughtfully too. Sent me a long message on what he suggests and asked what I’d want to shoot. I have so much respect for people like this, people who amass a huge following but hold them and give them the time of day because they still care for each and every single one. Mad respect, will always listen to his podcasts (great for daily commute) and will always follow his journey. Highly recommend.

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