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OKAN on Art Pays Me

OKAN

9 days ago
Elizabeth Rodriguez and Magdelys Savigne of Afro-Cuban jazz group, OKAN.
Art Pays Me episode 78

Be kind. Do that thing.

 I share my perspective on 2020 and what I hope to see in 2021.
Keonté Beals on Art Pays Me

Keonté Beals

Keonté Beals talks about his transition from gospel singer to R&B artist.
Jen Meza

Jen Meza

Fibre Artist, Author and Blogger, Jen Meza talks about pivoting into her creative pursuits after losing her job during the pandemic.
Ana and Zac

Ana and Zac

Designers and Retailers Ana and Zac talk about the history of their new brand.

Anthony Grant

Anthony Grant

Visual Designer and Artist, Anthony Grant shares the thinking behind his art.

Josh Rodgers

Josh Rodgers

Cartoonist and Filmmaker, Josh Rodgers and I discuss his influences, working on kid friendly cartoons by day, and adult cartoons like Henry vs the Reptilian Overlords from the Cosmos by night.

Dylan Edwards

Dylan Edwards

Dylan Edwards and I talk about how he got into the animation industry and how it’s been impacted by COVID-19.

Andrea Tsang Jackson

Andrea Tsang Jackson

Textile Artist, Quilt Designer, Author and Educator Andrea Tsang Jackson talks about her transition from architecture, to exhibit design, to making her creative escape, quilting her full-time pursuit.
Shannon Ellis on Art Pays Me

Shannon Ellis

Artist, Shannon Ellis and I talk about her sci-fi and fantasy inspired work, our mutual fascination with Japanese animation and why she loves crows.
David Strickland

David Strickland

Grammy Award winning multidisciplinary artist, David Strickland discusses his influences and how connected Indigenous cultures are to hip-hop.
Chantel Gushue

Chantel Gushue

Multidisciplinary Visual Artist Chantel Gushue and I talk about how she incorporates science into her art practice and how fostering relationships with other artists can lead you to exciting new opportunities.
Sunil Sarwal on Art Pays Me

Sunil Sarwal

Food branding consultant Sunil Sarwal talks about the benefit of specialization in a service based creative business. 
DK on Art Pays Me

DK

Beatmaker and Producer DK talks about his music making process and how he gets the attention of established artists he’d like to work with.
Art Pays Me Episode 54. Big Wins

Big Wins

My thoughts on the first four episodes of basketball documentary, The Last Dance and what creative entrepreneurs can learn from watching it.

Kyle Carpenter on Art Pays Me

Kyle Carpenter

Interview with Writer, Editor and Podcaster Kyle Carpenter of Clients From Hell.
Art Pays Me Podcast episode 49, Survival

Survival

On this short solo episode, I share my thoughts on the creative industry and where my energy is focused during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Maurice Cherry

Maurice Cherry

Award winning Creative Strategist and Podcaster, Maurice Cherry and I discuss his career, his podcast Revision Path and diversity in the creative industry.

A. Harmony

A. Harmony

Writer and Emcee, A. Harmony talks about the impact of a formal music education, how having experience as a recording artist and music writer adds credibility as a music journalist, female representation in hip hop and whether or not your loved ones have to read your writing to support you.

Ryan Veltmeyer

Ryan Veltmeyer

Social and Economic Innovator, Ryan Veltmeyer talks about the various initiatives he’s involved in, the importance of activism and why he’s passionate about what he does.
Lexxicon on Art Pays Me Podcast

Lexxicon

On the first Art Pays Me episode of 2020 I interviewed up and coming Dancehall/Hip-Hop Artist, Lexxicon.
Ten creative entrepreneurship lessons from the 2010s

Ten Lessons From The 2010s

A lot of us see the end product of success but don't consider all of the losses and lessons that need to occur on the way there. 
Art Pays Me episode 36: Repetition

Repetition

On this solo episode I get into the importance of repetition in my process, why immediate success isn’t always failure, how artists are like athletes and why it’s important to lower expectations.