This week's guest on Creators in Cincy is JD Bruewer. We talk about his work as a journalist and as an actor. He told a lot of really interesting and great stories throughout his career as well as giving some advice to those wanting to break out in the business.
This week on Creators in Cincy we welcome Tamia Stinson, founder of Tether Cincinnati and host of the Creative City podcast. We talk about how she found Tether Cincinnati, the work she's done with her Style Sample blog, the genius of Prince and the best places in Cincinnati to get ice cream (that might sound random but it makes sense if you check out her main blog.)
This week on Creators in Cincy I sat down with filmmaker William Chaffin. We talk about his various independent films he's made such as Confined and Streets of Syndicate as well as how he approaches film making and the pros and cons of working independently.
This week, Creators in Cincy welcomes local production duo Christian Hardy & Nick Schultz to talk about their upcoming project, Empire, which has been in development for over a year in a half. We also touch on their work over the years, Nick's short form documentary The Venerable, as well as sharing stories about interesting experiences they've had on various projects.
This week on Creators in Cincy, I'm talking with local filmmaker Naim David and production extraordinaire J.D. Kraus. We talk about how they got started, their upcoming projects as well as just a fun conversation about movies. Enjoy!
For our debut episode, I'd like to welcome Lovell Revels, a local independent filmmaker. Tim Leifheit, local photographer and host of the COMMTRACK podcast, and Mandy McClain, local videographer and photographer. I invited them all on to talk about being independent content creators. We talk how they got into their respective careers, different projects they've worked on as well as sharing advice to others who want to break out in the business. Welcome to the show and enjoy!