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!
It has been a very productive couple of weeks as I make preparations to release some new content to the website. As I mentioned before, I've been experimenting with some gaming content as I capture and commentate on some of my favorite games. Finally, I plan to post several of these videos on YouTube in the course of the next couple of weeks.
First, Part 1 of my Half Life playthrough will lead the pack. Released in 1998, Half Life led the revolution of first-person shooters for the PC. Infamously, the story of Half Life never finished, leaving the franchise on a cliffhanger as the developer shifted their focus.
Welcome back to the 90s as I tackle a pioneer of the FPS genre. In this first part, I step into the shoes of Gordon Freeman and die... a lot. I even added a counter to keep track of the amount of deaths. This game is not very kind to me. Anyway, I hope you have as much fun watching this nostalgia trip as I did making it!