The podcast where we explore and celebrate the lives of ARTISTS with ADHD. Life, art, superpowers, and... wait what was I saying?! Hosted by Sarah Gise, your fellow ADHD artist. We'll have interviews with all different types of artists with ADHD, as well as some mental health experts. Hear stories, jot down some tips, fight the stigma, and have a great time hanging out with us!
Original music for this podcast was composed by Christopher Aaron Knarr. You can find more of his work at www.ChristopherAaronKnarr.com.
Podcast Artwork design by Joseph Ramski. For inquiries, please contact him directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Stacey Machelle- Sketch Comedy, Writing, Women of Color with ADHD, and the fantastic new YouTube show "ADHD IS THE NEW BLACK"
Check out episode 8 with Stacey Machelle, the creator and star of the new Youtube show "ADHD Is The New Black"! We talk about her show, her past career of newscasting, writing, laughter, representation for Black women and women of color, shame, and lots more.
Anna Wagner- Ceramics, Social Anxiety, ADHD Inspired Artwork, and Graduating Art School During A Global Pandemic
Anna is a young and talented ceramics artist who just graduated from art school (DURING A PANDEMIC!). In this episode, we discuss Anna’s experiences with ADHD and the side effects of medication (the choice between one’s physical health and the ability to focus). We chat about managing social anxiety, what it feels like to work with clay, and many other fun things! Check it out!
Dominic Velando AKA Hyperfocus Dopamine- ADHD Drawings, Animation, Bursting with Creativity, and Finding your "Tribe"
Check out this interview with Dominic Velando, where we chat about his ADHD drawings, navigating a late ADHD diagnosis, how to chill the f*** out, his goals and dreams, and much more!
"Hyperfocus Dopamine": webcomics/cartoons depicting a hulking man child with ADHD. This is the kind of thing Tampa FL artist Dominic Velando is doing with his life. He is also directing an ADHD beginner series produced by ADDA(add.org) and scheduled for release in late 2020. Follow him on Instagram: @hyperfocusdopamin
BONUS: "Wait... I related to that thing you said, so do I have ADHD too?"
Join me in a short BONUS solo episode where I discuss some things that have come up in conversation since I launched this podcast. This includes my advice on where to start if you think you have ADHD, thoughts on self-discovery and awareness (regardless of whether or not you have ADHD or are an artist), and also some awesome resources.
Graham Sibley- The Acting Process, Distractions On Set, Traumatic Experiences, and Having Twins While ADHD
Graham Sibley is an Emmy-nominated actor, writer, and painter. He has premiered multiple films at The Sundance Film Festival as a writer and actor, most recently Blush directed by Debra Eisenstadt. He has worked with Oscar-winning directors Clint Eastwood and Bill Guttentag and guest starred on many television series including Showtime’s On Being a God in Central Florida. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife, screenwriter Marilyn Fu, and their twin boys, Lyon and K.P.
Roxanne Jarrett- Singing To Breathe, Authentic Connection, And The Healing Power Of Creativity
Roxanne Jarrett is a multilingual singer and coach who helps motivated creatives finish their passion projects. Tune in for an amazing conversation, and learn more about her!
Singer reel: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RoLlHquZg3c
Instagram: @Roxanne Jarrett
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Fascinating podcast full of insight and empathy
This podcast provides insight into what it feels like to create as an artist with ADHD in a really beautiful way. The host, Sarah, has a wonderfully soothing voice and you can tell how much care she puts into her interviews. The diversity of the ADHD spectrum and how it manifests uniquely in people with different backgrounds and disciplines is fascinating to hear about. Excellent listen for anyone with interest in mental health issues and/or the creative process!
A fascinating and informative exploration of ADHD, art, and so much more
As someone who always felt like he intellectually understood what ADHD was and what it means on a day-to-day basis for those who have it, this podcast has been eye-opening. It’s something that, as far as I know, hasn’t really been explored in any great depth — at least not in this medium, and certainly not when it comes to how ADHD specifically intersects and interacts with art. The guests on the show are all wonderfully expansive, expressive, and honest about their experiences with ADHD and how it’s affected their work as well as their personal lives. The host, Sarah Gise, does a superb job of balancing the various responsibilities of a veteran host — she asks all the right questions, guides her guests along interesting paths, intervenes when she feels like it’s appropriate and she can chime in with something helpful, but largely also lets her interviewees tell their stories. It also doesn’t hurt that her voice is like velvet macaroni and cheese on your ears lol. All in all, I’m happy I found this podcast and I’m already learning so much. Keep up the great work!
The host is exploring the relationship between being an artist and navigating ADHD. Sarah is extremely focused in her interviews, which is not me making a joke about ADHD. Rather, I’m impressed with her focus level considering she knows all of her guests so far. This podcast is a great resource for young artists struggling with ADHD who might otherwise feel alone.