14 episodes

The podcast about the stuff you didn't see on social media.

The Lowlight Reel Embry Roberts

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.9, 44 Ratings

The podcast about the stuff you didn't see on social media.

    Ep. 13: Burst Your Bubble feat. Sophia Roe

    Ep. 13: Burst Your Bubble feat. Sophia Roe

    And we're back! Talking knife skills and life skills with chef, writer, and activist Sophia Roe. She opens up on being a two-time college dropout, expanding the definition of wellness, and reframing her difficult childhood as her greatest inspiration. | Follow Sophia: @sophia_roe | Follow The Lowlight Reel: @lowlightreelpod | Music by Epidemic Sound.

    • 49 min
    Ep. 12: Tequiling Me Softly feat. Neil Grosscup

    Ep. 12: Tequiling Me Softly feat. Neil Grosscup

    In the final episode of season one, Tanteo Tequila CEO Neil Grosscup reveals how surviving multiple suicide attempts (and making a radical change of course) led him to a new life in the nightlife. | Follow Neil: @neiltherealdeal @tanteotequila | Follow The Lowlight Reel: @lowlightreelpod | Music by Epidemic Sound.

    • 43 min
    Ep. 11: Relationship Goals feat. Jessica Kane

    Ep. 11: Relationship Goals feat. Jessica Kane

    Is couples therapy the beginning of the end? Social media guru Jessica Kane opens up on how a rough patch transformed her relationship with her (now) fiancé. We also dig into her brush with skin cancer and the dangers of living life for the 'gram. | Follow Jessica: @jessicankane | Follow The Lowlight Reel: @lowlightreelpod | Music by Epidemic Sound.

    • 40 min
    Ep. 10: Photo Bomb feat. Heather Hazzan

    Ep. 10: Photo Bomb feat. Heather Hazzan

    Model-turned-photographer Heather Hazzan speaks out on gaining 70 pounds in anorexia recovery, hitting her her stride on the other side of the lens, and not being sorry for any of it. | Follow Heather: @heatherhazzan | Follow The Lowlight Reel: @lowlightreelpod | Music by Epidemic Sound.

    • 32 min
    Ep. 9: Is Self-Care B******t? feat. Rebekah Lowin

    Ep. 9: Is Self-Care B******t? feat. Rebekah Lowin

    For real though, is it? Lifestyle editor Rebekah Lowin muses on whether too much "treat yo' self" can defeat yo' self. She opens up on the physical toll of anxiety and shares a morning routine that keeps her Disney-princess-level happy. | Follow Rebekah: @rebekahlowin | Follow The Lowlight Reel: @lowlightreelpod | Read "The Rise of the Getting Real Post on Instagram" | Music by Epidemic Sound.

    • 48 min
    Ep. 8: Pack Your Baggage feat. Annie Georgia Greenberg

    Ep. 8: Pack Your Baggage feat. Annie Georgia Greenberg

    What's it like to travel the world for work? Producer and director Annie Georgia Greenberg shares war stories from her life on the road, reflects on a blindsiding breakup, and busts the myth that she's always on vacation. SHE HAS A JOB, OK? | Follow Annie: @theagg | Follow The Lowlight Reel: @lowlightreelpod | Music by Epidemic Sound.

    • 45 min

Customer Reviews

4.9 out of 5
44 Ratings

44 Ratings

Pri_Das ,

World view making

I feel like this podcast is helping me change my life?? Every episode has been unique & helpful in so many ways.

Hava Schultz ,

Inspiring Real Talk

I love that The Lowlight Reel covers topics I am actually curious about. Showing some behind-the-scenes of what mega-successes have experienced. That said, the podcast still has a positive feel (I wouldn’t want a podcast to make me feel upset!), and I attribute that to the attitude Embry used to host and her quality selection of interviewees. Thanks for starting this podcast, Embry! My favorite episodes so far featured Lauren Magenta (I’ve listened to this episode multiple times because I relate to her story so much) and Lucie Fink. More like those two would be awesome. I also liked the one about the girl who started the cookware company (her name escapes me in this moment) and Tyler Fry. (Of course I’ve listened to all the episodes.) Keep it up!

Easton58 ,

The Lowlight Reel

What a completely dynamic, refreshing and creative new honest angle to review social media—and the affect it has on individuals and their self-worth. It is always nice to put one’s best foot forward but it is disingenuous to promote ones self and life experiences as perfect. This pod cast promises to be ‘the real’ reel and I look forward to listening each Thursday.

This pod cast keeps getting better and better! Positive people and energy yet real honest struggles behind the scenes. Thank you for this informative outlet. Keep of the Great work!!

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