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On this episode, I speak with Creative Nova Scotia Established Artist Recognition Award Winner Frances Dorsey. You might remember Frances from our Craft Pays Me series.
Singer-songwriter, STORRY talks about the importance of diversifying your skills when you’re an independent artist, moving to London to further her music career and how she brings operatic sauce to songs she’s featured on.
Welcome to a special series of Art Pays Me interviews with the winners of the 2022 Creative Nova Scotia Awards.
On this episode, I chat with Singer songwriter & Healer, Amai Kuda et Les Bois about their new album, the challenge of following multiple passions and the impact of truly living the message in your art.
On this episode, I chat with writer, actor and director Jackie Torrens of Peep Media about how she became a filmmaker.
On this episode of Art Pays Me, I chatted with singer Nikki Yanofsky about the journey back to her roots in Jazz music.
On this solo episode I share some exciting news and discuss why our parent company, Glitterati Communications will be more visible going forward.
On this episode I chat with my friend – Architect, Omar Gandhi about how we met, what it’s like receiving global accolades for your work and why he values keeping his practice small.
Artist and producer Waants and I talk about his new music and what it means to be in your “flop era”.
On this episode I chat with JUNO-nominated artist, hill of iamhill about her creative interests, collaborating with Mike Schlosser, Web3 and her feelings about the relationship between art and technology.
In this episode I chat with singer-songwriter Teagon Johnston – except she/they are so much more than that. Teagan, like many of us is exploring creativity in multiple areas including, modelling, acting and writing.
Miya Bailey breaks down his art origin story, how he pursues his many creative outlets from tattooing to sculpture, and how his latest enterprise Peter Street Station Is helping him fulfill his personal mission of elevating Black artists in Atlanta.
Singer-songwriter Ria Mae shares what happened after her first hit song, why age doesn’t matter for musicians anymore and why it’s a good thing when people don’t know who you are.
Multidisciplinary creative, Omar “Oms” Hopkinson discusses how his roots in Toronto’s hip hop scene led him to work on diverse projects across the visual spectrum.
Artist, Designer and Co-Founder of Choice, Jonathan Smith shares how this new app helps artists connect with one another, form little sub-communities, and share weird and unique work that they create and discover.
Filmmaker Stephanie Joline and I discuss tapping into our shame to create art, leaning into controversy and her latest film, Night Blooms.
Visual Artist, Kristina Elise Søbstad and I talk about leaning into what feels natural for you as an artist and balancing that with what sells.
I love how Ally Thatcher skillfully makes hilarious subversive statements about culture that appeal to design nerds and regular folk alike.
I spoke with fashion stylist and digital artist Emily Chase about shifting the direction of an art career, influencer marketing and why it’s important to set professional boundaries.
Nadia Katherine and I talk about how to get into the tattoo industry, her influences and the diverse skillset needed to be successful as a tattoo artist.
Interdisciplinary Artist, Letitia Fraser discusses her roots as an artist, her experience in art school and why Black portrait artists are important right now.
Musician and writer Cadence Weapon discusses his approach to making songs and how his obsession with rap guided him early on.
KTheChosen is a Zimbabwe born hip-hop artist and activist based in Calgary Alberta.
Rapid fire conversations with new Craft Nova Scotia members who will be participating in the Craft Nova Scotia Winter Craft Show.
Husband and Wife creative duo, Mike and Kristen talk about collaboration, the process of making their new travel book, You and Me, and their respective approaches to making art.
In this episode with Christine Goudie, Co-Founder + CEO of Granville Biomedical, we talk about design in the medical, research and development space.
Vancouver based band daysormay talk about how they started making music and how they’ve made the best of the pandemic.
Graphic Designer and Educator Amy Batchelor shares what it’s like doing exhibition design for the Art Gallery of Nova Scotia.
Designer, Author and Professor Reginé Gilbert shares how her background in fashion, psychology and project management influence her work in user experience, accessibility design and education.
Rebekah Higgs and I talk about the latest season of home renovation show, DIY Mom that she both hosts and produces.
Jenny Lea, Mikey J Blige and Amine Bouzaher of genre bending band, I M U R share how they fought through writer's block to create their latest album, My Molecules.
Photographer Amy Eaton gives some insight into her path to photography, her business and why she incorporated teaching online courses.