Episode 16: From Sondheim to City On A Hill, with Jere Shea

Jere Shea was nominated for a Tony for his lead role in Steven Sondheim’s Passion on Broadway. Jere went on to act in films and most recently was a series regular on the Showtime series City On A Hill with Kevin Bacon. What you will learn: What steps Jere took to learn the craft of […]

Episode 15: "Hey Man, Nice Podcast" - Richard Patrick, Unfiltered

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. What you will learn: How growing up in Cleveland affected Richard’s outlook […]

Episode 13: Songwriting, the Grammys, and Finding Your Groove with Hollis Wong-Wear

Hollis Wong-Wear is a Los Angeles-based singer, songwriter, spoken word artist, public speaker, and creative consultant. When she’s not writing and composing her own music, she collaborates with individuals and organizations to develop their creative voices and amplify them for social change. Hollis is a member of the Seattle-based, electronic R&B trio Flavr Blue. She […]

Episode 12: Music Management and Fostering the Arts, with Ricardo Frazer

Ricardo Frazer emigrated from Costa Rica to New York as a child, but he has spent most of his career in the Pacific Northwest, where he has been a pioneer of the music and arts scene for decades. Ricardo is currently Chairman of the Board of Directors of the Seattle Theater Group (STG), which operates […]

Episode 11: Artists on The Dreampath: What We’ve Learned so Far, with Bryan Smith

Bryan Gregory Smith is a trial attorney, musician, world traveler, promoter of the arts, and creator of DreamPath Podcast. DreamPath explores the journeys of writers, musicians, filmmakers, painters, performance artists, and others who have forged a career in a creative space. What inspired them to make the leap from their day jobs to a career […]

Episode 10: The Trajectory of Lives and How to Tell a Good Story, with Bettina Gilois

Bettina Gilois is an award-winning screenwriter and author, whose awards and nominations include the Humanitas Prize, the Black Reelz Award, the Movieguide Award, an ESPY Award, and a nomination for an Emmy. After acquiring an art history degree from Columbia University and working at Andy Warhol’s Factory, she began her writing career with Joel Silver […]

Episode 9: How to Break into Hollywood, with Greg Mariotti

Greg Mariotti has been working in Los Angeles, California with Cameron Crowe’s production company Vinyl Films for the past four years. Prior to producing the documentary David Crosby: Remember My Name, which premieres in theaters on July 19, his most recent projects include Showtime’s Roadies and the Jerry Maguire 20th Anniversary Blu-ray and DVD. Prior […]

Episode 8: Talking with Internationally Acclaimed Painter Alfredo Arreguín

Seattle artist Alfredo Arreguin has exhibited his work internationally, most recently at the Museo de Cadiz in Spain (2015). He has exhibited solo shows at Linda Hodges Gallery since 2001. Arreguin has a long and distinguished list of accomplishments. In 1979 he was selected to represent the U.S. at the 11th International Festival of Painting […]

Episode 7: Talking with NPR Theme Song Composer BJ Leiderman

For over 30 years, award-winning composer BJ Leiderman has enjoyed a multifaceted career as a composer, lyricist, producer, copywriter and voice talent. He is best known as the composer of the themes for Morning Edition, Weekend Edition, Car Talk, The People’s Pharmacy, Common Ground, A Moment In Time with Dan Roberts and Wait, Wait, Don’t […]