Episode 27: 2019 Highlights: A Year In Review with Bryan and Jason

In this special New Year’s Day episode, Bryan and Jason reflect on interview highlights from 2019, listen to clips from memorable guests, and share behind-the-scenes stories about how the podcast went from an idea to reality. Check This Out: How to Tell a Good Story & Trajectory of Lives, with Bettina GiloisTalking with Northwest Filmmaker […]

Episode 26: Talking with "Green-Eyed Poet" and Short Story Author, Tess Gallagher

Tess Gallagher is an American poet, essayist, and short story writer. Her many honors include a fellowship from the Guggenheim Foundation, National Endowment for the Arts award, and Maxine Cushing Gray Foundation Award. In addition to authoring numerous collections of poems and short stories, and teaching writing at Syracuse University for 10 years, Tess consulted […]

Episode 25: RECAP: Takeaways from Jeff Hamilton, What's Ahead, and "What is a Nasalrod?"

Bryan and Jason discuss takeaways from the Jeff Hamilton episode and what’s coming up next week on the podcast. They also talk about what they are watching and listening to, as well as their experience seeing the Portland-based punk band Nasalrod in concert. Social Media (Jeff Hamilton) http://www.hamtoneaudio.com @hamtoneaudio on IG https://www.facebook.com/hamtone Click Here for […]

Episode 23: RECAP: Listener Reviews, Tracy Rector, What's Next, and More

Bryan and Jason discuss what they learned from last week’s interview with filmmaker Tracy (Episode 22), who won an Emmy this year for her work on the documentary Dawnland. They also talk about listener reviews, what they are currently listening to and watching, and what to expect on next week’s episode with musician Jeff Hamilton. […]

Episode 22: Talking with Northwest Filmmaker and Storyteller, Tracy Rector

Tracy Rector is Seattle-based filmmaker focused on amplifying and empowering indigenous voices. She won an Emmy this year for her work on Dawnland, a documentary about the State of Maine’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission which addressed cultural genocide perpetrated by social workers upon tribal families. Tracy has directed or produced over 400 films and is […]

Episode 21: RECAP: Takeaways from Dylan Neuwirth, Preview of Next Week's Episode, and More

Bryan and Jason discuss what they learned from last week’s interview with neon artist Dylan Neuwirth (Episode 20). They also talk about the upcoming episode with filmmaker Tracy Rector, who was nominated for an Emmy for her documentary Dawnland. Additional resources: www.dylanneuwirth.com https://www.westernneon.com https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3DRZjBewSSI&fbclid=IwAR2K40sdQTCU3QbjTYQB6inPcVVDb1hbXMrYxil_OE_fDowUyBRN9DSBG1A&app=desktop https://www.bellevuearts.org/exhibitions/past/dylan-neuwirth Social Media FB: https://www.facebook.com/dylanneuwirth.1977 IG: https://www.instagram.com/dylanneuwirth/ Check This Out: Light, Space and […]

Episode 20: Light, Space and Interactive Technologies with Dylan Neuwirth

                Dylan Neuwirth is a Seattle-based artist who works with light space and interactive technologies. His neon light installations and sculptures can currently be seen at the Bellevue Arts Museum. His installation “All My Friends” is a permanent feature outside the Museum of Museums on Capitol Hill. What […]

Episode 19: RECAP: Lessons from Glass Blower Dan Friday

Bryan and Jason discuss what they learned from last week’s interview with Pacific Northwest artist Dan Friday (Episode 18). Dan Friday is a world-class glass blower whose unique work is influenced by tribal culture as well as the elements he is surrounded by in the Pacific Northwest. Check This Out: Reflections of Culture Through Glass, […]

Episode 18: Reflections of Culture Through Glass, with Glass Blower Dan Friday

            Dan Friday is a world-class glass blower whose art is shown in galleries and museums throughout the United States. A member of the Lummi Tribe, Dan’s pieces, which include totems, ravens, bears, and owls, are a reflection of his tribal culture and his Pacific Northwest roots. What you will […]