What We Do
We talked to music photographer Marcello Ambriz about covering the angles no one else sees, life on the road, and working with acts like New Kids on the Block, 311, Fifth Harmony, and more.
This week we talked to Urban Golf Performance founder Mackenzie Todd about his 5-year journey from living on food stamps to leading a multi-million dollar company, how failing as a professional golfer was a blessing in disguise, and spending his teenage years at IMG Golf Academy.
We talked to the founder of loremipsum.wtf, Margot Boyer-Dry, about working on the Google Glass team, how finding great mentors has been instrumental to her success, and how the "freelance life" that so many of us Millennials lead can be exceedingly isolating.
This week we talked to NONA (aka Michael Goldman) about his new cover of Beyoncé's "Hold Up," why he decided to go solo after touring for years with bands like The Moth & the Flame and Goldroom, and what he would tell a 5 years ago version of himself. PLUS, at the end of the episode (1:12:40), you get to hear NONA's cover of "Hold Up!"
This week we had the opportunity to talk to Think Tank Gallery founder and A.R.T. Podcast host Jacob Patterson this week about building DIY art spaces, the world of sneakerheads, and how he accidentally made two videos go viral in the early days of YouTube.
In this episode we talked to Cynthia Johnson, an entrepreneur, speaker, and marketing wizard, about the degree to which the information presented to us online is dependent on our digital behavior. Cynthia pulls back the veil on a lot of the strategies used for the targeted advertising used to make us buy things, think a certain way, or even vote a certain way. She also gives us fantastic tips on how to be more conscious (or anonymous) if being targeted to this degree sounds scary.
This week we talked to @DavidYarus about founding mllnl, a Millennial-run branding and strategic agency, and JSwipe, the world's #1 Jewish dating app. We got to go deep with him on the future of relationships in an app-centric world, and learned a lot about what we can expect romance to look like as the 21st century progresses.
In this episode, we talked to The Big Quiet co-leader Lauren Bille about overcoming an incredibly difficult childhood, fighting addiction, and trusting her gut enough to stumble serendipitously into helping build New York City’s largest meditation community.