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Hi-Res is a one-on-one podcast with creatives in the Philadelphia advertising community about the experiences that have helped shape their careers and influence their work.
6 days ago
S10E20 – Jon Krause
Jon Krause is an award-winning freelance illustrator from Philadelphia, and he joins the show for a conversation about why he started working digitally, the best harsh feedback he ever got from an art director that challenged him to change his approach to his work and learning to adapt when his work environment changed.
1 hr 5 min
Sep 7, 2021
S10E19 – Sabrina Pfautz
Sabrina Pfautz is a Partner and Chief Creative Officer at Push 10, a branding agency in Philadelphia, PA. She joins the show for a conversation about finding efficiencies to bring out more creativity, introducing the concept of play into her work and the importance of being able to disconnect.
Aug 31, 2021
S10E18 – Rita Carroll
Rita Carroll is an illustrator, designer and partner at Runhouse, a branding, marketing and event production agency focused on the running industry and active lifestyle. Rita joins the show for a conversation about the importance of maintaining connections, making playlists at the beginning of a project and designing for all the minutia of a running event.
Aug 24, 2021
S10E17 – Tad Carpenter
Tad Carpenter is a designer, illustrator, author and teacher based in Kansas City, Missouri. He joins the show to discuss his new book, "Sunday Suns," a collection of work from his Instagram series that he started in 2015, in which he creates a new sun illustration every Sunday. Ryan and Tad also talk Philly and Kansas City sport connections, growing up with creatives as parents and figuring out how to tell your story visually.
1 hr 7 min
Aug 21, 2021
S10E16 - Marisa Velazquez-Rivas
Marisa Velazquez-Rivas is an award-winning design director, illustrator and street artist and she joins the show for a conversation about why we need more fine artists in design, actively bringing positivity to her work and why the Philly street art community is so special.
1 hr 24 min
Aug 10, 2021
S10E15 – Jim Walls
Jim Walls is one of the founding partners of Truth and Consequences, an employee-owned branding agency in Philadelphia, and he joins the show for a conversation about defining what kind of agency they wanted to be, working with clients you like, paying people a livable wage, how agencies can band together, one of his first jobs at TV Guide and working his way through the 100 greatest novels of the twentieth century.
1 hr 24 min
Aug 3, 2021
S10E14 – Michelle Yzaguirre
Michelle Yzaguirre is a video producer and editor, currently working with Heavy in Philadelphia, and for the first episode back from the summer hiatus she joins the show for a conversation about working on projects that make people happy, finding confidence in her work in the face of adversity and watching Die Hard in reverse.
1 hr 4 min
Jul 27, 2021
From the Archive: Rashid Zakat
Here's a classic episode of the show from the archive with Rashid Zakat! Hi-Res is on hiatus for the month of July but will be back with new episodes August 3rd!
2 hr 12 min
Jul 20, 2021
From the Archive: Alina Wheeler
Here's a classic episode of the show from the archive with Alina Wheeler! Hi-Res is on hiatus for the month of July but will be back with new episodes August 3rd!
Jul 13, 2021
From the Archive: Rodney Ibarra
Here's a classic episode of the show from the archive with Rodney Ibarra! Hi-Res is on hiatus for the month of July but will be back with new episodes August 3rd!
1 hr 18 min
Jul 6, 2021
From the Archive: Lauren Cat West
Here's a classic episode of the show from the archive with Lauren Cat West! Hi-Res is on hiatus for the month of July but will be back with new episodes August 3rd!
1 hr 4 min
Jun 29, 2021
S10E13 - Katie Garth
Katie Garth joins the show for a conversation about her new project Art Book Access Television, using music to replace the sensation of touch, co-creating the Quarantine Public Library and helping people notice improbability of the things they encounter every day.
1 hr 7 min
Jun 22, 2021
S10E12 - Brian Anderson
Brian Anderson joins the show for a conversation about how he started his agency The Perception, trying to push clients further and being careful about the people he chooses to spend time with.
Jun 15, 2021
S10E11 – Noah Camp
Noah Camp joins the show for a conversation about go-to comfort foods, their love of getting better at things, dealing with anxiety, introducing 3-D into their type work, powering through perfectionism and Elliott Smith.
1 hr 15 min
Jun 8, 2021
S10E10 – Craig Welsh
Craig Welsh joins the show to talk about majoring in architecture despite all the signs that he should have pursued design, continuing to evolve and grow after school, how personal projects fuel his client work, what you can learn about American culture through the Beastie Boys and the hypothetical question he asks during interviews that is the most telling about a designer's personality.
1 hr 20 min
Jun 1, 2021
S10E9 – Rob Reed
Rob Reed joins the show for a conversation about being away on a shoot when the lockdown started, the supportive advice his mother gave him when he was choosing a career, how One Trick Pony got started and its legacy of designers in the Philadelphia design community.
1 hr 9 min
May 25, 2021
S10E8 - Ryan Strand Greenberg
Ryan Strand Greenberg joins the podcast for a chat about showcasing his work in an unlikely location, inviting people into the process, his feelings on the future and getting some surfing in before a morning meeting.
May 18, 2021
S10E7 – Fabiola Lara
Fabiola Lara joins the show for a conversation about moving to Philly during the pandemic, creating Giphy stickers for LatinX Heritage Month, pushing herself to cultivate a different creative style and discovering her resilience during the pandemic.
May 11, 2021
S10E6 – Jeremy Friend
Jeremy Friend joins the show for a conversation about how he pursued a career in design after serving in the military, why he pushes against having a specific "style," exploring new programs to bring your work to life, and why "done" is not better than "perfect."
1 hr 17 min
May 4, 2021
S10E5 – Jené Adams
Jené Adams joins the show for a conversation about starting her own YouTube channel, why she wants to help designers find inspiration, bringing animation to her work and creating art to recognize African American trailblazers who don’t get as much recognition during Black History Month, (and getting to meet one of them in person).
Apr 27, 2021
S10E4 – Nilé Livingston
Nilé Livingston joins the show for a conversation about curiosity and her interest in understanding the world and translating it into something people can relate to. She also discusses creating public art at the beginning of the pandemic, capturing how overwhelming 2020 was in her work and her love of Nina Simone. Plus, Nilé tries to explain NFTs to Ryan.
1 hr 3 min
Apr 20, 2021
S10E3 – Crystal Folkes
Crystal Folkes joins the show for a conversation about why she credits her mother for her love of UX, co-founding and launching Uplift — an online directory of Black owned businesses and entrepreneurs in Philly, finding ways to work animation into her work, avoiding movie trailers with spoilers and the new hobby she's adopted during the pandemic.
Apr 13, 2021
S10E2 – Perry Shall
Perry Shall joins the show for a conversation about designing the art for the new Green Day single, the process becoming part of the aesthetic, making his work feel timeless and his massive T-shirt collection. Plus, another round of Hi-Res Trivia!
1 hr 9 min
Apr 6, 2021
S10E1 – Jamie Leary
We're kicking off a brand new season of the show with Jamie Leary, art director at Philadelphia Magazine. Jamie joins the show for a conversation about his work in editorial design, including work for Grid, Magnet and Philly Mag, as well as the romanticism of taking the train to work, collaborating with illustrators and photographers, the tactile experience of magazines and getting to do a photo shoot with Gritty. Plus, we kick off a season-long triva challenge between Ryan and the guests.
Mar 30, 2021
S9E26 – Kelly Nichols
We're wrapping up the ninth season of the podcast with designer and illustrator Kelly Nichols, who joins the show to chat about her recent move to freelance full time as well as getting over self doubt, finding validation in the journey and how the pandemic has affected connecting with the community.
Mar 23, 2021
S9E25 – Dora Cuenca
Dora Cuenca joins the podcast for a conversation about growing up in Costa Rica, the therapeutic role art plays in her life, the commission she created as part of a marriage proposal and doing a deep dive on fungi videos online. Plus, Pat Higgins hops on at the top of the show to talk about his new book, "The Covidiot Files and Other True Tales of Terror From 2020."
1 hr 6 min
Mar 16, 2021
S9E24 – Lisa Congdon
Lisa Congdon joins the show to talk about her new book, "You Will Leave a Trail of Stars," as well as inviting people into the conversation, the evolution of her style and connecting through vulnerability.
1 hr 7 min
Mar 9, 2021
S9E23 – Leah Douglas
Leah Douglas is the Director of Guest Experience at the Philadelphia International Airport and for over twenty years has curated and organized more than 275 exhibits. She joins the show for a conversation about adapting during the pandemic, why she likes showing artwork in non-gallery spaces and how the work has changed people’s perception of Philadelphia.
Mar 2, 2021
S9E22 – Dave Orantes
Dave Orantes joins the show for a conversation about becoming a father, getting the opportunity to elevate his work, introducing graffiti art to baseball card design and reading Dune in anticipation of the new movie.
Feb 23, 2021
S9E21 – Keith Warren Greiman
Keith Warren Greiman returns to the show to talk about working in ProCreate, always trying to stay busy, owning a title for yourself, listening to podcasts, running into celebrities and Keith's Mr. T story.
Feb 16, 2021
S9E20 – Symone Salib
Artist and illustrator Symone Salib joins the show for a chat about why she felt the need to come to Philadelphia, the concept of "manifesting," creating things with permanence, the healing effect of honoring yourself within your work and how she found out her work was inadvertently on the cover of the New York Times.
Feb 9, 2021
S9E19 – Andre Rucker
Andre Rucker joins the show for a conversation about looking at down time as an opportunity, being creatively comfortable alone, introducing motion into his work and how a moment of spontaneity during a shoot led to one of his favorite images.
Feb 2, 2021
S9E18 – Randi Bellamy & Cheyenne Jacobs
Randi Bellamy and Cheyenne Jacobs from Say Less Design Studio are on the show to chat about meeting in design school, how they best compliment one another, working together virtually and how their obsession with color led to their #Huesday Instagram series.
Jan 26, 2021
S9E17 – Christian Debuque
Christian Debuque joins the show for a conversation about his experience in the military, starting a band during a pandemic and engaging with Instagram comments. Plus, Ryan challenges Christian with the hardest Simpsons' Quizzo question ever.
Jan 19, 2021
S9E16 – Kailey Whitman
Illustrator Kailey Whitman joins the show for a chat about illustrating children's books, ghost illustrating, striking a work/life balance and true crime documentaries, plus Kailey's "favorite cult."
Jan 12, 2021
S9E15 – Mike Smith
The last time Mike Smith was on the show he had just presented branding concepts to the Rail Park. Now he returns to discuss the evolution of the Rail Park as well as more of his work over the first five years of Smith Diction. Ryan and Mike also discuss the current state of America in the wake of last week’s attack on the Capitol, coping with the pandemic and lamentations on getting old.
Jan 5, 2021
S9E14 - Sean Rynkewicz
We're starting off the new year talking with illustrator Sean Rynkewicz about editorial illustration, how he always felt he was bound for the city, why he wants to continue learning and digging into Moby Dick.
Dec 29, 2020
S9E13 - Highlights from Hi-Res Daily
We’re revisiting highlights from this year’s run of Hi-Res Daily episodes with a look back on conversations with Jason Rothman, Jon Billet, Alex Hillman, Mel Calantropio & Meg Potoma, Ellen Manning, Lydia Nichols, Andrew Zaeh, John Antes, Nate Nichols, Dan Mall, Gena Senior, Emily Kelley, Allan Peters, Debbie Millman, Neil Binkley, Nisha Dent, Kelly Holohan, Jason Craig, Amberella, Nicole Saltzer, Dermot Mac Cormack, Thomas Foley, Chris Piascik and Christopher Lands.
1 hr 18 min
Dec 22, 2020
S9E12 - Jay Roeder
Friend of the show Jay Roeder returns to the show to wrap up 2020 with a conversation about his new book, "Harry Potter Hand Lettering," becoming a parent during a pandemic and the struggle of keeping up with peak television.
1 hr 13 min
Dec 15, 2020
S9E11 - Suzy Grimberg
Ryan catches up with his friend and former co-worker Suzy Grimberg about her promotion to Associate Creative Director at M, discovering new strengths in her role, finding inspiration in unlikely places, doing a photoshoot during COVID-19 and finding her people on "Bookstagram."
1 hr 1 min
Dec 8, 2020
S9E10 – Doug Heugel
Doug Heugel joins the show for a conversation about understanding your spirituality through nature, how much that connection informs his design work and his dream job of designing t-shirts for the Eagles during their Super Bowl run.
Dec 1, 2020
S9E9 – Laureen Wong
Laureen Wong joins the show for a conversation about being a plant parent, designing with intent, making positivity a daily practice and getting validation in your career from your family.
Nov 24, 2020
S9E8 - Best of Season Six
We're revisiting some of the great conversations from the sixth season of the show with guests like Josh Goldblum, Johnny Zito & Tony Trov, Shauna Lynn Panczyszyn, Pat Higgins, Luis Bravo, Kyle Confehr, Eric Hinkley, Doogie Horner, Jim Viola, Calan Ma'lyn, Aundre Larrow, Nick Vicente, Brandon Moore and Neha Agarwal.
1 hr 29 min
Nov 17, 2020
S9E7 - Elaine Knox
Elaine Knox joins the show for a conversation about what interests her most about advertising, why the Illustrator pen tool once made her cry and her desire for the design industry to take a lead on social change.
Nov 10, 2020
S9E6 - Eric King
Eric King joins the show for a conversation about how he always knew he wanted to be a designer, wanting to be a jack of all trades and helping clients understand they need more than just a logo.
Nov 3, 2020
S9E5 - Ryan Evans
Ryan Evans joins the show for a chat about the pros and cons of being "a jack of all trades," choosing to be happy and not being afraid to feel something.
Oct 27, 2020
S9E4 - Matthew Therrien
We're wrapping up our month-long celebration of Halloween with designer and illustrator Matthew Therrian, who joins the show for a conversation about celebrating Halloween during Covid-19, making the transition from a classical musician to a fine artist, the subtle (and not so subtle) differences in Michael Myers masks, posters for fictional movies and surrounding yourself with the people you admire. Plus, the final "Design Macabre" takes a looks at Famous Monsters of Filmland!
1 hr 5 min
Oct 20, 2020
S9E3 - Bruno Guerreiro
Bruno Guerreiro joins the show for a conversation about the impact community college made on his career, the importance of challenging your audience, getting a chance to design for your sports heroes and Ryan and Bruno bond over there love of the Ricky Gervais Podcast. Plus, another edition of Design Macabre and a tribute to Ed Benguiat.
Oct 13, 2020
S9E2 – MacKenzie Kuhns
MacKenzie Kuhns joins the show for conversation about her unconventional path to a career in design, why it's important to maintain mental health to be creative, what she enjoys about branding projects and the movies she's been catching up on during quarantine. Plus, we're getting into the Halloween spirit with another edition of "Design Macabre!"
Oct 6, 2020
S9E1 - Sharon M. Taylor
It's the first episode of the new season as well as the first episode of October, and we're kicking off the season with Sharon M. Taylor, discussing the Magic Wheelchair Project, lessons she learned starting her own studio, making the transition from Philly to New York, the experience of the pandemic in New York and approaching projects the right way. Plus, we kick off the first installment of "Design Macabre."
1 hr 4 min
Sep 29, 2020
S8E24 – Scott Laserow
We're wrapping up the eighth season of the show with poster designer, educator and now author Scott Laserow, who joins the show to discuss his new book, Making Posters: From Concept to Design as well as why poster design will never go away, the power of persuasion, and the difficulty of including his own work in the book.
Sep 22, 2020
S8E23 - Daniel Eells
Daniel Eells joins the show for a conversation about creating new things on a daily basis, creating fictional album art, the importance of participating in shows and Ryan nerds out on Daniel's Jaws "lunch liners."
Sep 15, 2020
S8E22 - Timothy O'Donnell
Timothy O'Donnell joins the show for a chat about moving to the UK for his dream job, reinterpreting Kid A and the problems with Quarantine beards.
1 hr 3 min
Sep 8, 2020
S8E21 - Ryan Lynn
Ryan Lynn joins the show for a conversation about the moment he decided to do illustration full-time, taking a more positive approach towards his Masks for Freedom poster series and his ultimate drive-in movie double-feature.
1 hr 2 min
Sep 1, 2020
S8E20 - Angela Rio
Angela Rio joins the show for a conversation about raising a five-month-old puppy, how she finds her work therapeutic, her appreciation of past eras and why she is proud to be living in 2020.
Aug 25, 2020
S8E19 - Renée Walker
Renée Walker joins the show for a conversation about informational design, how process informs her work and the detour that she took away from design early in her career.
1 hr 11 min
Aug 18, 2020
S8E18 - Natalie Nixon
Live from the AIGA Philadelphia @in Conference for In-House Creatives, Ryan catches up with friend of the show Natalie Nixon about her new book, The Creativity Leap, something new she's started during the pandemic and how all humans are inherently creative.
Aug 11, 2020
S8E17 - Matt Bouloutian
Friend of the show Matt Bouloutian returns to the show for a catch-up about taking credit for your work in public, fighting for brands, poetry and our workout regimens during the pandemic.
Aug 4, 2020
S8E16 - Emmanuel Wisdom
Emmanuel Wisdom joins the show for a chat about seeking understanding through art, finding inspiration in Michaelangelo and learning to listen to himself.
1 hr 2 min
Jul 28, 2020
S8E15 - Paul Carpenter
Paul Carpenter joins the show to talk about how skateboarding, punk and sports all affected his aesthetic, getting lost in the details and his work with Philly Unknown and his appreciation for both green and urban spaces.
Jul 23, 2020
S8E14 - Allen & Susan Crawford
Allen and Susan Crawford join the show to talk about their brilliant careers, including the one that combined their love of marine biology with their love of illustration. We also talk about our favorite "hot" movies, memories of the Philadelphia Independent, Lord Whimsey and that time Malcolm McDowell hit on Susan while she was dressed as a werewolf…you're just going to have to listen to this one folks!
1 hr 25 min
Jul 21, 2020
S8E13 - Laurie Churchman
Laurie Churchman joins the show to chat about how book design is her passion, being quarantined in Peru, Zoom fatigue and how design can be a superpower.
Jul 16, 2020
S8E12 - Nathan Hurst
Nathan Hurst joins the show for a conversation about challenging yourself to stay productive during the pandemic, Saturday morning cartoons and using your work to bring community together.
Jul 14, 2020
S8E11 - Brian Box Brown
Brian Box Brown joins the show to talk about his new book Child Star as well as doing autobiographical comics, very special episodes of sitcoms and why creatives should try to make an interesting piece of "bad" art.
Jul 9, 2020
S8E10 - Katie Sweeney
Friend of the show Katie Sweeney returns for a long overdue catch up session about living abroad, home schooling, advertising in the time of Corona and whether or not we're cool enough to listen to Taylor Swift (spoiler: probably not).
Jul 7, 2020
S8E9 - Vic Steinman
Vic Steinman joins the show for a conversation about what he's learned about himself during the pandemic, setting boundaries for working from home and supporting small businesses during the quarantine.
Jul 2, 2020
S8E8 - Melita Tirado
Melita Tirado joins the show for a conversation about designing with intention, learning to trust their love of art and the causes that are most important to them. Plus, Ryan and Melita engage in a spirited edition of "Cat Talk."
Jun 30, 2020
S8E7 - Hannah Reilly
Copywriter and illustrator Hannah Reilly joins the show for a chat about "tricking people" into hiring her for copywriting, fighting with perfectionism and getting your creative practice out into the world. Editor's note: Hannah would like to clarify that the editor of Blood Orange Tarot discussed on this episode uses they/them pronouns.
Jun 25, 2020
S8E6 - Glossblack
Glossblack is on the show for a conversation about his new studio, transitioning from graffiti art to murals and how he collaborates with clients.
Jun 23, 2020
S8E5 - Kees Holterman
Kees joins the show for a conversation about his new zine, staying productive during the quarantine and his dream of owning a row boat.
Jun 18, 2020
S8E4 - James Everhart
Designer and musician James Everhart talks about staying productive during the pandemic, having an unconventional path towards design and why adding a personal touch goes a long way.
Jun 16, 2020
S8E3 - Miriam Singer
Miriam Singer joins the show for a conversation on why she finds her drawings nostalgic, being more intentional with her time and how quarantine has thrown off her limits on social media consumption.
Jun 11, 2020
S8E2 - Eric Kenney
Eric joins the show for a conversation about giving an image to what's going on in the world, doing the work you want to do and the proper time to wait to make a documentary.
Jun 9, 2020
S8E1 – Adam Teterus and Octavius A. Newman
The hosts of Comic Book Junto join the show on the first episode of our new season for a conversation about the Snyder Cut, our feelings about the state of the world, the Snyder Cut, our favorite horror movies, the Snyder Cut, the first movie we ever actively disliked and the Snyder Cut.
1 hr 16 min
May 22, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 50 - Dan Gneiding
Hi-Res Daily for Friday, May 21 with Dan "Grayhood" Gneiding
May 21, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 49 - Christopher Lands
Hi-Res Daily for Thursday, May 21 with Christopher Lands
May 20, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 48 - Christine Sheller
Hi-Res Daily for Wednesday, May 20 with Christine Sheller
May 19, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 47 - Chris Piascik
Hi-Res Daily for Tuesday, May 19 with Chris Piascik
May 18, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 46 - Thomas Foley
Hi-Res Daily for Monday, May 18 with Thomas Foley
May 14, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 45 - Dermot Mac Cormack
Hi-Res Daily for Friday, May 15 with Dermot Mac Cormack.
May 14, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 44 - Nicole Saltzer
Hi-Res Daily for Thursday, May 14 with Nicole Saltzer.
May 13, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 43 - Amberella
Hi-Res Daily for Wednesday, May 13 with Amberella.
May 12, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 42 - Jason Craig
Hi-Res Daily for Tuesday, May 12 with Jason Craig
1 hr 3 min
May 11, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 41 - Rose DiSanto
Hi-Res Daily for Monday, May 11 with Rose DiSanto
May 8, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 40 - Michaela Williams
Hi-Res Daily for Friday, May 8 with Michaela Williams
May 7, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 39 - Teejay Moore
Hi-Res Daily for Thursday, May 7 with Teejay Moore
May 5, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 37 - Morty Keith
Hi-Res Daily for Tuesday May 5 with Morty Keith
May 4, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 38 - Zareen Johnson
Hi-Res Daily for Wednesday May 6 with Zareen Johnson
May 4, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 36 - Mia Culbertson
Hi-Res Daily for Monday, May 4 with Mia Culbertson
May 1, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 35 - Kelly Holohan
Hi-Res Daily for Friday, May 1 with Kelly Holohan
Apr 30, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 34 - Tim Gough
Hi-Res Daily for Thursday, April 30 with Tim Gough
Apr 29, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 33 - Nisha Dent
Hi-Res Daily for Wednesday, April 29 with Nisha Dent.
Apr 28, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 32 - Neil Binkley
Hi-Res Daily for Tuesday, April 28 with Neil Binkley
2 hr 3 min
Apr 27, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 31 - James Victore
Hi-Res Daily for Monday, April 27 with James Victore
Apr 24, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 30 - Patrick Macomber
Hi-Res Daily for Friday, April 24 with Patrick Macomber
Apr 23, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 29 - Matt Goold
Hi-Res Daily for Thursday, April 23 with Matt Goold.
Apr 22, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 28 - Allan Peters
Hi-Res Daily for Wednesday, April 22 with Allan Peters.
Apr 21, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 27 - Debbie Millman
Hi-Res Daily for Tuesday, April 21st with Debbie Millman
Apr 20, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 26 - Melissa McFeeters
Hi-Res Daily for Monday, April 20th with Melissa McFeeters
Apr 17, 2020
Hi-Res Daily - 25 - Emily Kelley
Eating comfort food with Emily Kelley!