Dreampath Podcast Media Kit
Dreampath Podcast explores the artistic journeys of filmmakers, musicians, writers, painters, and creatives of all types. Host Bryan Smith does this through in-depth conversations that humanize and demystify artists and their creative process.
About the Host:
Bryan G. Smith is a trial attorney, musician, writer, and creator of DreamPath Podcast. As a victim’s rights attorney he has spent the last 20 years discovering his clients’ stories through in-depth interviews. As an artist he tells his own stories through music and writing. With DreamPath he forges his passion for discovering people’s stories with his passion for the arts, providing a unique voice in this milieu.
Previous Interviews Include:
Rayka Zehtabchi is an Iranian-American film director based in Los Angeles. Rayka’s documentary, Period. End of Sentence., won the Oscar in the Documentary Short category of the 91st Academy Awards®.
“Hey Man, Nice Podcast” featuring Filter front man Richard Patrick.
Richard Patrick was the touring guitarist for Nine Inch Nails before founding the multi-platinum selling rock band Filter. With hits like Hey Man, Nice Shot” and “Take a Picture” Filter sold millions of albums and are about to release their 9th studio album. Richard was recently inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame with Nine Inch Nails.
“Songwriting, the Grammys, and Finding Your Groove with Hollis Wong-Wear.”
Hollis Wong-Wear is a Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, and spoken word artist. Hollis is a member of the Seattle-based, electronic R&B trio Flavr Blue. In 2014 she was nominated for a Grammy with Macklemore and Ryan Lewis for her song-writing and vocals on their album The Heist.
“Capturing the Essence of a Rock Legend, with Film Director A.J. Eaton.”
A.J. Eaton’s 2019 documentary David Crosby: Remember My Name (produced by Cameron Crowe, Greg Mariotti, and Michele Farinola) premiered at Sundance followed by a theatrical release through Sony Pictures. The film garnered positive reviews with a 98% “Certified Fresh” rating on Rotten Tomatoes, and won multiple awards, including Best Music Documentary at the Boulder International Film Festival, as well as a Grammy Nomination for Best Music Film.
Testimonials from Guests:
– Gerald Johnson (bass guitarist on Steve Miller’s albums “The Joker” and “Abracadabra”).
– Hiba Jamil (Seattle-based painter)