Andrew Dhuey: “I’m learning quickly. I think when this is done, I’ll be among the top 50 monkey lawyers in the nation.”
I interviewed Damian Taggart, Mindshare’s founder, to find out more about his projects and glean some of his insights in working with tech and small biz.
This event from Oct. 28 was really cool and special to me, for obvious reasons (or not obvious, if you haven’t read about the crap disease my daughter was diagnosed with in 2013). These three wonderful women—sisters Sam Kimura (who, like my daughter Jila, was diagnosed with aplastic anemia) and Alex Kimura, and their friend … Read More
I’m finding it interesting to see the patterns of my posts and how my various sites are inextricably linked together.
We talked with folks from arts incubator KIIC and microlender The Loan Fund about the resources they offer to creatives of all kinds—not just dancers.
On the eve of the 13th annual SWGLFF, Roberto joins us in the Pyragraph Studio for our first Self-Employed Happy Hour of the Fall 2015 season!
Google Maps makes it so dang hard to create and save maps these days, and to access old ones I created a few years ago. Ugh! I’m trying to figure it out.
The library of experiences catalogued here is really becoming an awesome thing. It’s super exciting to see Pyragraph grow into the rich resource it is.
Just in time for summer vacay, we wrap our second season by inviting all our guests from this season (plus a few more) and popping open the bubbly.
We were thrilled to talk with them about these interesting angles and connections between creativity, community, wellness, food, art, family and culture.
As Director of Programs for the business accelerator Creative Startups, Roxanne Blair is in the thick of economic development for creative industries.
Comedy lovers in Albuquerque may know him as their favorite and funniest baby in diapers, but Rusty Rutherford has a few other acts up his sleeve.
Lori joins us to talk about getting started in graphic design, getting and keeping clients, dealing with software and technology, and a whole lot more.
Skye and guests join us to chat about how Tractor supports the art scene, why craft brewing is so hot in NM, and what it takes to get into the brewing biz.
I need a lot of quality zone-out time to push ideas forward, and it can be really hard to get it with little kids and general life tugging at my sleeves.
We had a great talk about the unique ways that women approach creative pursuits, how to build professional opportunities for creative women (and men) in New Mexico, and how to celebrate and support creative women year-round.
I think that life craziness just ebbs and flows all the time, regardless of whether you have kids.
Besides sharing the insanity of their recent TV appearance in Tokyo, Wes and Joy chat about their 505 Faces project, going viral with his invisible tape series, and what it means to pay your dues as a freelancer.
Yesterday we were thrilled to welcome Ashlee Renz-Hotz to the podcast, and chat with her about acting, screenwriting, living all over the world, and more.
Little by little we are sharing more advice about pursuing creative careers and developing a stronger voice for creatives. You can listen below, or at iTunes.