Songwriter Stories
Songwriter Stories
May 13, 2020
Wesley Stace (John Wesley Harding)
Play episode · 1 hr 13 min
A conversation with folk pop songwriter Wesley Stace about writing and recording in his early years as John Wesley Harding.
Dune Pod
Dune Pod
Haitch Industries
Mission Impossible: Fallout (2018)
In our latest episode, we discuss the Lady Jessica herself, Rebecca Ferguson as she joins Tom Cruise for 2018’s Mission Impossible: Fallout. Regular hosts Haitch and Jason are joined by Industrial Light and Magic Visual Effects Editor, Lorelei David. We cover how much we miss traveling, dissect special effects techniques, and try to figure out just what the hell Tom Cruise is up to anyway. Chapters * Introduction (00:00:00) * Dune News (00:09:58) * Roundtable Discussion (00:13:52) * Your Letters (01:39:27) Notes and Links * There is a new Dune RPG coming in 2021 from Modiphius, makers of the Fallout and Star Trek RPGs. Team includes writer Khaldoun Khelil, an Arab-American of Palestinian descent with a background working in the oil industry, counterintelligence, and political consulting who has worked on Vampire: the Masquerade. Read the Polygon article about it * Hans Zimmer released a 96 second version of Pink Floyd Eclipse that was featured in the Dune trailer. Listen here * We referenced the 1976 short film racing thru the streets of Paris called Rendevous * Tim O’Reilly’s 1977 biography Frank Herbert * See the movies we’ve watched and are going to watch on our Dune Pod Set List on Letterboxd * Dune Pod’s Breaking Dune News Twitter list * Rate and review the podcast to help others discover it, and let us know what you think of the show at letters@dunepod.com or leave us a voicemail at +1-415-534-5211. Dune Pod: your one stop shop to get fully prepared for the new Dune movie by delving into the books, as well as the films directed by Denis Villeneuve and featuring the cast and crew of the new film. Dune neophytes and historians alike are welcome to join our tribe. Follow @dunepod on Twitter and Instagram Music by Tobey Forsman of Whipsong Music Cover art by @ctcher
1 hr 47 min
A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers
A Small Voice: Conversations With Photographers
Ben Smith
139 - Andy Sewell
Andy Sewell’s first book _The Heath_ was a winner of the International Photobook Award 2012 and is included in Martin Parr’s _The Photobook: A History Vol. III_. His work is found in private and public collections including The V&A Museum, The MAST Foundation, The Museum of London, Columbia University Art Collection, Eric Franck Collection, The Hyman Collection and the National Media Museum. He was born in East London and grew up in the commuter belt north of the city, a place part rural and part suburban. He now lives in East London again. His work explores the permeable quality of the boundaries we put between things. _The Heath_ is about the paradox of a place managed to feel wild. _Something Like a Nest_ explores the gap between the countryside as an idea, somewhere often imagined and depicted as an escape from modernity, and the messier, enmeshed landscape we find there. His latest book, _Known and Strange Things Pass__, _just published by_ Skinnerboox, _looks at the cables carrying the Internet across the Atlantic and costal locations they link. Exploring, in these places where the digital network is concentrated, a literal and metaphorical entwining of worlds we think of as separate - the ocean and the Internet, the close and the distant, the physical and the virtual, what we think of as natural with the cultural and technological. Andy’s work is defined by the relationships created between pictures. It is driven by a fascination with the contradictory quality of seeing – the feeling that as we look closer at things they become more lucid, more themselves, and yet, and at the same time, more entangled, unknowable, and mysterious. On episode 139, Andy discusses, among other things: * His new book, _Known and Strange Things Pass_ * Having two bodies * The importance of chance * Noticing what’s there * Researching the project * The feeling of embodiment from being in water * His Previous book,_ __Something Like a Nest_ * First book, _The Heath_ Referenced: * _Hyperobjects_ by Timothy Morton * Seamus Heaney * Hiroshi Sugimoto Website | Instagram | Twitter “As I grew up, I was taught the more closely you see something, the more you know about it. The more data we have on it, the less mysterious it becomes. I find the opposite is true. The closer you look at stuff the more mysterious, the more entangled it becomes.”
1 hr 23 min
Monster Of The Week: A Supernatural Podcast
Monster Of The Week: A Supernatural Podcast
Jeremy Greer, Chris Mosher
Episode 200: Ur in Jail
Hello hunks! Today's episode is discussing S12E21 - There's Something About Mary, in which the writers decided to take a giant poop on some of our faves and S12 is officially off the rails if wasn't before. Enjoy! Monster of the Week is on Patreon (https://patreon.com/monsteroftheweek)! If you want to directly support the show and ensure we keep putting out that sweet hashtag content week to week, consider pledging. You get some sweet rewards like early access to weekly episodes, access to our Discord, exclusive podcasts, and more! Monster of the Week is also on Twitter (https://twitter.com/motwcast), Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/monsteroftheweekpodcast/), and Tumblr (https://monsteroftheweekpodcast.tumblr.com/). Jeremy is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/jggreer), and you probably shouldn't follow him unless you know what you're doing. Chris is on Twitter (https://twitter.com/localbones), and you probably should follow him if you like #hunks and #swords. Like that intro? The music was done by our friend bansheebeat (https://twitter.com/bansheetweet), who is a fantastic music producer. The vocals are by Heather Millette (https://heathermillettemusic.bandcamp.com/releases), the most emo girl from Boston and also our very good friend. If you really like that intro, we made an entire music video (https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LNjbrC1S-CI) for it. It's awesome. Please watch.
1 hr 47 min
F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - A Landscape Photography Podcast
F-Stop Collaborate and Listen - A Landscape Photography Podcast
Matt Payne
Ben Williamson - Photographing New England & Working for a Magazine
Welcome to episode 183 of the F-Stop Collaborate and Listen podcast. For the full show notes and a transcript, head to my blog. This week on the podcast, I had a wonderful conversation with a photographer that I have long admired from afar. Ben Williamson hails from the state of Maine and has amassed a fantastic collection of what he mostly describes as "scenic" photography from New England. Whatever you want to call it, his work exudes passion and a love for where he lives. Ben works for Down East Magazine as a staff photographer and leads workshops. Ben and I discuss some interesting topics this week, including: * His journey into photography. * What it is like working for a small regional magazine and how other photographers could think about collaborating with magazines local to them. * Teaching photography and what Ben loves about it. * How Ben has partnered with other photographers on his journey. * How Ben includes man-made objects in his photography to make them more emotionally connective. * How Ben balances shooting for himself vs. shooting to please others. * ... and more! Over on Patreon, this week, you can join over 100 of your peers in supporting the podcast financially and hear Ben and I talk about his obsession with weather and how he leverages that obsession to improve his photography. I hope you enjoy our conversations. Other items mentioned on the show: 1. Gary Randall Calendars. 2. My OnLandscape column. Here are the photographers that Ben recommended on the podcast: 1. Jerry Monkman. 2. John Putnam. 3. Michael Blanchette. 4. Greta Rybus. 5. Jamie Walter. 6. Dave Dostie.
1 hr 12 min
The Candid Frame: Conversations on Photography
The Candid Frame: Conversations on Photography
Ibarionex R. Perello
TCF Ep. 535 - Amy Toensing
Amy Toensing is a photojournalist and filmmaker committed to telling stories with sensitivity and depth and known for her intimate stories about the lives of ordinary people.  Toensing has been a regular contributor to National Geographic magazine for almost two decades. She has photographed cultures around the world including the last cave-dwelling tribe of Papua New Guinea, remote Aboriginal Australia, the Maori of New Zealand, and the Kingdom of Tonga. She has also covered issues such as food insecurity in the United States, the devastation caused by Hurricane Katrina, and Muslim women living in Western culture. She is currently working on her sixteenth feature story for National Geographic magazine.  Toensing began her professional career in 1994 as a staff photographer at her New Hampshire hometown paper, The Valley News. She then worked for The New York Times Washington D.C. bureau covering the White House and Capitol Hill during the Clinton administration. In 1998, Toensing left D.C. to obtain her Master’s Degree from Ohio University, School of Visual Communication.    Websites Amy Toensing Jason Eskenazi   Education Resources: Using Your Life to Launch Your Photography Tokyo: Exploration of the Metropolis 2.0 Momenta Photographic Workshops https://momentaworkshops.com/workshops/ Candid Frame Resources Download the free Candid Frame app for your favorite smart device. Click here to download for . Click here to download Support the work we do at The Candid Frame by contributing to our Patreon effort.  You can do this by visiting or visiting the website and clicking on the Patreon button. You can also provide a one-time donation via . You can follow Ibarionex on and .
48 min
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