WELCOME TO MY CREATIVE CAREERS
My Creative Careers (because creative people never have only one career!) showcases the diversity of people, arts, and professions in the entertainment industry, and shares behind-the-scenes insights so listeners can deepen their knowledge and activate their aspirations. Produced by MediaU.com – your online career accelerator.
My Creative Careers – The Pilot Episode (with Tamika Lamison & Adam Leipzig)
Hosts Adam and Tamika give listeners a brief insight into how their own creative careers have developed over the years.LISTEN NOW »
Render, Rinse, Repeat. — VFX & Animation (with Lyndon Barrois & Michael Slemmons)
Lyndon Barrois shares how some of the amazing visual effects we see onscreen are created and how he got his start in the industry.
Jump Cut – The Editor (with Jon Poll & Angela Latimer)
Jon Poll explores what it means to be a film editor and describes his role in the movie-making process.
Can You Hear Me Now? – The Sound Editor (with Victoria Sampson & Andrew Macht)
Victoria Sampson shares her insights into the relationship between sound and storytelling & why the sound editor is so much more than a technician.
Get a Grip! – The Grip (with Krystina Figg & Nick Jacobs)
Krystina Figg shares insights on being a female grip in the film industry and and how she kicked off her career in movies.
Fishing for Stars – The Casting Director: Tips for Getting That Part (with Wendy Kurtzman & Tori Hartley)
Wendy Kurtzman gives some actionable tips, coaching, and guidelines for actors who are self-taping auditions so they can be at their best.
“Copy That!” – The 1st AD (with Star Victoria & Jada Merritt)
Star Victoria dives into what the role of the 1st AD involves, how it differs from the director’s job, and why it is such a key position in filmmaking.
Are We What We Wear? – The Costume Designer (with Isis Mussenden & LaShell Gibbs)
International costume designer Isis Mussenden joins us to share her insights into character development and telling stories through clothes and costume.
Podcast | Hot Set! – The On-Set Dresser (with Eric Luling & Mack Smith)
Eric Luling shares what the role of an onset dresser entails, from being responsible for the continuity of the set from scene to scene to liaising with the decorator and production designer.