Episode 62: Gigi Johnson

Gigi Johnson, Executive Director of the UCLA Center for Music Innovation, host of the Innovating Music podcast, and creator of the Maremel Institute, recently sat down with us to discuss the movies that influenced her to be the fascinating woman she is today.  Join us, as we talk about ageing music, Bonding with friends, tracking through playlists, and anonymous alternatives.

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Here are links to items of interest mentioned in episode 62:

Innovating Music podcast

UCLA Center for Music Innovation

The UCLA Herb Alpert School of Music

Maremel Institute

Gigi’s Book Club on Facebook

Dragonriders of Pern on Amazon

Working Identity: Unconventional Strategies for Reinventing Your Career by Herminia Ibarra

I Hope I Screw This Up by Kyle Cease

Be sure to join us July 24 for our next episode, featuring Andrew Linde, co-founder of the Benview Network and host of Super Mario Brothers Minute podcast, and Nothing New: A Remake Podcast!

Episode 58: Russell Nohelty

Russell Nohelty, writer/publisher of Wannabe Press, Kickstarter expert, and host of The Business of Art podcast, sits down with us to discuss his most influential movies.  Join us, as we discuss points without points, a plethora of mail planes, the funnel of life, and selling out.

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Russell Nohelty online

Wannabe Press

The Business of Art podcast

Connections web series – Episode 1

Be sure to join us May 29 for episode 59, featuring Geoffrey Ashley, creator of the graphic novel Frontiers.

Episode 43: Jake Lloyd

Jake Lloyd, actor/comedian/filmmaker and awesome photographer, sits down with us to talk about his new film Pinch and the movies that made him who he is today.  Join us, as we discuss falling in love with fish, meeting your cowboy, wild chances and hurricane relief, and living room sketch shows.

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Jake Lloyd on Twitter & Instagram

Three Principles Productions on Facebook & Twitter

Pinch trailer

The Board web series

The Skull Rosary short film

The Psycho Legacy documentary trailer

Wrestling Compadres Slamcast on iTunes

Interrobang podcast

Nobody Likes Onions podcast

Be sure to join us October 31 for episode 44 with music composer/arranger/performer Bethany Brinton!