Design

Ep 38 - Lee Duck, Concert Lighting Design

After gaining recognition for his musical talents, Lee Duck dropped out of college, signed with an agent, and began touring with his band full time. At just nineteen years old, he never imagined gaining any level of fame from music and gave even less thought to concert lighting. Dissatisfied with the lighting options that were available to a band on a shoestring budget, he took it upon himself to learn about and design lighting for his own band, drastically changing the trajectory of his career.

Ep 27 - Rosemary Wardley, Nat Geo Cartographer

Did you know there are still things to be mapped? As a cartographer for National Geographic, Rosemary Wardley combines science and art to diffuse geographic knowledge to the masses. Working in a field that precedes the ancient Greeks and Romans requires that she be a servant to the past, while continually using modern technology to design maps that are engaging, enjoyable, educational for the end user.

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Ep 26 - Joshua Jayindo, Monk

Are you seeking perfection? Joshua Jayindo became an ordained monk in Thailand, taking a vow of celibacy all in an effort to achieve his full potential as a human being. Since leaving the monkhood he is now incorporating his training into his current pursuits as a chef, masseure, husband and father. His life and creativity are guided by the belief that the mind, body, and earth are all interconnected through the transference of energy.

Ep 21 - Elahe Izadi, Washington Post Reporter

Elahe Izadi is a journalist for the Washington Post who uses curiosity to fuel her creativity and fear to catalyze her growth as a writer. Covering pop culture, she writes in an entertaining fashion continuously seeking to explore and reflect the attitudes of society within the greater context of the world.

Ep 16 - Amy Winter, Public Housing

When most people think about public housing, they envision the failed high rise apartment buildings that were constructed in the 1950’s and 60’s. Many of those projects evolved into poorly managed slums and ghettos that were eventually demolished. Amy Winter is a planning administrator for the city of Cambridge Massachusetts, who is determined to not repeat the failures of the past. Through community outreach and innovative approaches, Amy and her colleagues are attempting to change the stigma around low income housing.