12 episodes

This podcast highlights behind the scenes stories of creatives, including on-cam talent who work in the film and television industry, as well as other media, public relations, advertising and anything related to Storytellers working in the media business. You'll hear stories that have never been shared publicly before and get tips from people in the industry who have been around the block many times.

Storytellers: Behind the Scenes Jodi

    • TV & Film
    • 4.0 • 2 Ratings

This podcast highlights behind the scenes stories of creatives, including on-cam talent who work in the film and television industry, as well as other media, public relations, advertising and anything related to Storytellers working in the media business. You'll hear stories that have never been shared publicly before and get tips from people in the industry who have been around the block many times.

    "Every time I show up, I'm going to go all out" - with Monique Impagliazzo

    "Every time I show up, I'm going to go all out" - with Monique Impagliazzo

    This week on Storytellers: Behind the Scenes, Jodi is joined by filmmaker and producer, Monique Impagliazzo. On this episode they discuss Monique’s early days in the industry, the many hats she has worn on set in different departments and the importance of female film crews. A Philadelphia native, Monique currently lives in Los Angeles where she has had the opportunity to work in commercial, feature films, documentary, television and was even the executive assistant to Barbra Streisand! In this episode they dive into the writing and fundraising process for Monique’s feature film which is currently in development, Lights, Camera, Christmas. You will get to hear all of Monique’s behind the scenes stories from her career in addition to some incredible advice for those looking to navigate the film industry. This is an incredible episode that you will not want to miss! 

    • 1 hr 3 min
    "Head on a Swivel" with Cyndi Butz

    "Head on a Swivel" with Cyndi Butz

    This week on Storytellers: Behind the Scenes, Jodi is joined by friend and colleague, Cyndi Butz. Butz has made a career working behind the scenes on many television shows for various networks. She broke into the business as a receptionist and then quickly skyrocketed to becoming a Production Manager and worked her way up to Executive Producer. She currently works as a Senior Producer at VMG Studios in Bellevue, WA. Their conversation takes us through working together at Banyan Productions and on the popular Food Network series, Restaurant Impossible! They also discuss Cyndi’s early career, how her experience as a football coach has been applied to her work and personal life as well as the entertaining Butz has done in front of the camera! Listen to this natural born storyteller dive into her behind the scenes experiences in the entertainment industry and provide some insights for those who are just starting out! For more information on Cyndi and the amazing work she is doing, check out the links below. 


    https://www.cyndibutz.com/
    https://www.theseattlemajestics.com/

    • 1 hr 4 min
    "We get a front row seat to humanity" with Mary Beth Anderson

    "We get a front row seat to humanity" with Mary Beth Anderson

    On this episode Storytellers: Behind the Scenes welcomes Mary Beth Anderson, a highly accomplished TV Director and Showrunner who has worked on many top rated shows on network and cable television as well as popular streaming platforms. MB made her mark early in her career on TLC’s Trading Spaces and Food Network’s Dinner Impossible and has gone on to accomplish numerous accolades for her talents. She is also a successful entrepreneur who focuses on authentic storytelling and creating unique branded campaigns for her clients.  In this episode Jodi and MB share stories from their early career, MB’s adventurous family life on the road as well as some new and exciting projects she’s got in the pipeline. 


    https://www.openthejunkdrawer.com/
    https://www.mbthatsme.com/

    • 48 min
    "You have to tell people you want it" - With Rob Marish (Extended Cut)

    "You have to tell people you want it" - With Rob Marish (Extended Cut)

    Many of you asked for more from Rob Marish, Director of Photography, Keystone Pictures Partner and long time friend of Jodi! Enjoy this extended cut of Jodi's interview with Rob as they discuss more advice and stories from Rob's career, his experience as a musician and even as a professional corpser! Enjoy the extra laughs, stories and wisdom Rob shares and learn a little more about how to become a story teller in creative and innovative ways! 

    • 1 hr 2 min
    "My ears were open and my eyes were ready" - with Darryl Rode

    "My ears were open and my eyes were ready" - with Darryl Rode

    In this episode of Storytellers: Behind the Scenes, Jodi is joined by her husband Darryl Rode who is the founder and president of Keystone Pictures and has been established in the media and film industry for quite some time. The two talk about Darryl’s early “trials by fire” coming into the industry, his most memorable media experiences including Live Aid, the Move House incident, as well as his tips for industry beginners.


    http:///Keystonepictures.tv

    • 56 min
    "You get knocked down, and you get back up" - With Shawn Puncochar

    "You get knocked down, and you get back up" - With Shawn Puncochar

    This week on Storytellers Behind the Scenes, Jodi sits down with her friend and former Banyan Productions Producer, Shawn Puncochar. Shawn is VP of Perpetual Entertainment, owner of Visco Fitness, has multiple projects in the works and is also a mother of six; she truly does it all! Together, they discuss Shawn’s career and navigating life as a working mother. Shawn is an inspiration and an incredible storyteller who grew up in the business. 

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