Stef and Dre Labre have a casual chat about VR, indie productions, NFTs, and virtual humans.
Eighteen years after the G.I. Joe PSAs took the world by storm, their creator talks with Hugh. Eric Fensler followed his passion for creation from Chicago to New York to LA. From the world of comedy writing to advertising.
Stef has a chat with Emmy-nominated writer/director Richard Rotter about how independent films and shorts are becoming easier to produce, how big budgets and visual effects don’t always make for a better product, and the challenges of working in multi-platform narrative.
Galit Ariel, futurist, technologist and PHD candidate speaks with Hugh and Stefan about living in the future ever since first seeing Star Trek at age 7.
Artist, gamer, DM and artist/idea guy The Deck Of Many ! Current baby: Big Bad Booklet
Studio Director at Stitch Media, Wayne Shipley, chats with Stefan and Hugh about the experience of working in a studio that creates its own intellectual property and client work.
Kim Wilson’s currently heading up multiple initiatives to help academics and entertainers work together through universities, institutes, and her independent consulting agency.
Christy chats with Stefan and Hugh about her current projects of writing a book on redesigning narrative design away from complicity, an accessible VR project about radical friendship, and a co-operative improv storytelling card game.
Filmmaker Hannah Donegan speaks with Hugh and Stefan about her documentary Sugar Sisters and working in the documentary film world.