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.
What better way to celebrate our 2nd birthday than welcome ourselves as guests on Self-Employed Happy Hour? That’s exactly what we did.
Zach has built a nifty self-feeding loop around his photography business which I think is pretty impressive.
MorningStar and Kevin helped bring Drunktown’s Finest to the screen, a gritty film portraying life in Gallup, New Mexico—dubbed “Drunk Town, USA” by 20/20.
Self-Employed Happy Hour is back! After an incredibly fun 15 episodes last fall, we took a month off to breathe and kicked off our second season this week.
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.
While we mostly run on fumes, we do have costs. Please help us set a foundation for sustainability in 2015 by subscribing to Pyragraph Premium.
To close out the year we figured why not throw a party—hell, why not our very own Awkward Holiday Office Party for us creatively self-employed?
Stop avoiding your numbers. There’s nothing to be afraid of and everything to gain.
I don’t interview for-real famous people very often so it has been an exciting week. I learned a few things during my prep and during the interview.
All-around creative volcano Crispin Hellion Glover (Willard, River’s Edge, Rubin & Ed, Back to the Future) lays it down on how to be an independent artist in a corporate-funded world.
Beth joins us at the Pyragraph studio to talk about her work, her evolution as an artist, and what it was like to be the subject of a documentary.
It’s really kind of fascinating to see these adaptations and mutations of other scammy traffic practices. It’s like watching evolution in hyper-time.
Sex shop talk! Self-Serve Toys/Sexuality Resource Center founders Molly Adler and Matie Fricker chat about their sex-positive adult business in Albuquerque.
Len Romano of branding firm Ripe Inc. takes us into the mind of marketing, how Ripe created Marble Brewery’s new look, his love for Albuquerque, and more!
OAC Gallery founder Sarah Biondi talks about starting an online contemporary art gallery, and her background in the film industry and in marketing.
Seed&Spark founder Emily Best shares how she started a crowdfunding and streaming distribution platform for independent filmmakers, and much more!