Musician and composer Cristobal Tapia de Veer joins us this week to share his experiences scoring the TV series Utopia, what led to him getting his master’s degree, and a bit about his background and upbringing.Read More
Berlin-based composer Ben Lukas Boysen, otherwise known as HECQ, joins us this week to tell us about his musical influences, the struggles of finding new music in the Internet-age, and how German culture has affected his work.
This episode is sponsored by MAXON. For this month of August only, MAXON is running an online special -- If you purchase Cinema 4D by August 31, you will also get the newest version of Cinema 4D R17 absolutely free. In addition, you get FREE premium access to Cineversity tutorials and resources. Find out more by visiting maxon.netRead More
Fez and It Follows composer Rich Vreeland, (AKA Disasterpeace) joins us this week to tell the story of how he broke into the music industry, some insight to the business side of making music, the importance of inspiration and collaboration, and where things are headed for him in the future.
This episode is brought to you by Blend, a two-day design and animation festival in Vancouver on October 16 & 17.Read More
Our very first guest, renaissance man Anthony Scott Burns, finally returns after 99 episodes to tell us all about the past 2 years of his life. Includes a ton of great tidbits about his segue into the Hollywood system, what currently excites him in the industry, some info about his upcoming projects, and reminisces on a few of his career-defining moments.Read More
Concept designer, illustrator, and music maker extraordinaire Alex Mandradjiev joins us this week to share some information about his influences, including David Fincher and John Carpenter, his thoughts on modern art education, and the power of nostalgia and originality.
When we reference the 'previous podcast,' we're talking about an earlier episode we recorded with Alex which got corrupted.
Additionally, we opted not to use Lights Out as the banner image for this episode, even though we discuss it during the conversation.
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This week we have the driven Neil Huxley, born and raised in the UK, sharpened his skills in Australia, and rose to a level in the US where he helped James Cameron with the visuals of Avatar. Neil talks to us about his youth and education, his laws in the business, John Carpenter, and the love for our background music.Read More