It's 2020 and it's time to get motivated with New Year's resolutions! So, of course, I'm releasing an episode of the podcast that was recorded back in September. The end of the year welcomed in a flurry of new projects that have kept me busy and put a damper on my release schedule. But, now that I'm relatively caught up on (most) everything, I'll be going back to regular releases in 2020.
Enjoy this latest release of the Decipher the Media podcast, featuring guitarist and songwriter Dan Suriano of Nephele! Now available on iTunes, Stitcher, Google Play, and YouTube!
On this episode of the Decipher the Media podcast, I sat down with guitarist and songwriter Dan Suriano to talk about what it has been like to write and release music for his band Nephele, his process of writing music, and his history with the band. Dan also talked about the experience playing live shows and playing with bands such as Thank You Scientist. There is a lot that goes into the…
Mackenzie Horne stops by to talk about the creative profession and what inspires her to get into writing as well as the local jazz music scene in Pittsburgh. How does culture influence your journey into creative media? How do you begin your creative journey? What do real world experiences invite to the creative process? We explore those questions and more as Mackenzie takes us through her history and experiences as a writing professional, even tying together that work with her contributions to the local jazz community. Join us as we explore the many aspects of creative cultures and how they impact our lives in this latest episode of the podcast! Be sure to follow Mackenzie and her work for more!
The latest episode of the Decipher the Media podcast is now available! You can download it from iTunes, Google Play, or Stitcher. Read the description below for more. Be sure to leave some feedback on the podcast. I'm always open to your input as well!
Description:On this episode of the Decipher the Media Podcast, I sit down with Alex Cassun of Indieground Films to discuss his experiences in filmmaking. In this very informative discussion, Alex talks about his roles in the industry and the films he has worked on. He breaks down his experiences in film as a Producer, Writer, Director, Assistant Director, and his role in the Art Department. Alex and I discuss the importance of thinking about a filmmaker's target audience and the film's end goal, producing with constraints, social influence of a film, finding your voice in the film you develop, and other advice that comes directly from Alex's experiences. If you would like to learn more about Alex's film work, please …