Artists and creative professionals thrive in unconventionality. They reinvent themselves and find their way through impossible situations. In these interviews, we explore the grit and grace of their journey and discover what they hope to experience next.
What have they been through that has changed their trajectory? What questions are they never asked and wished they were? We spend approximately 45 minutes together and the conversation itself is creative play.
Whether you are interested in gathering more faith and courage in your own creative life or simply enjoy hearing others share how 1 +1 has equaled 3 in their life, we hope you enjoy these intimate, heart to heart, playful conversations.
Nadia shares how her life as a Montessori teacher and a creative brand strategist share the same essential perspective on creativity, play and being who you truly are. Born from immigrant parents, Nadia has found her own unique way of combining hard work and being very good at self care and having joy in her life.
Fateme was completely immersed in doing and achieving while working as a PhD Chemist & top-level strategist for a pharmaceutical company. Then her book of flow poetry came tumbling out. She...
Adriana Marchione talks with Julie about how powerful it can be to use creative expression to move through grief and addiction by sharing her personal experience. Adriana is currently working on a...
Jilann and Julie explore the ins and outs of what it takes to be a female documentary filmmaker. Jilann shares her experiences with Meow Wolf, and other great films.
Piper Leigh walks us through how the spiritual practice of koans has impacted her creative life. Her life as a poet, multi media artist and organizational creativity leader celebrate a sense of wandering, presence and spacious storytelling.
Julie talks with Wendy Havlir Cherry about her transformation from being a psychotherapist living in the Southwest to being an author and spiritual healer now based in North Carolina. Wendy’s most recent book is titled The Mistress of Longing.
Mary Stacey of Context Consulting shares her experience of the value of bringing creativity experiences like painting, writing haiku and music into her global leadership work.