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S3 E2: AMANDA JOHNSTONE-BATT – THEME RIDE CREATOR

Been on a ride you’ll never forget? Think Harry Potter World, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Simpsons. Ride creator Amanda Johnstone-Batt and her team may have been behind it. From visual effects to scripting to developing content, here’s your chance to learn how to create a whole new world that dazzles an audience.

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S2 E11: SEASON 2 RECAP

Our Season 2 recap dives into the commonalities we found across diverse types of creative people. How does imagination mesh with discipline? When is it too late to try something new? What role does Vision play in your work? The “red threads” that connect people of a certain kind—from Emmy winners to brand builders—will help you become a better, more confident creative too.

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S2 E9: JESSICA ANYA BLAU – AUTHOR

You’re going to be blown away by the candor, stories, and fun point of view of author Jessica Anya Blau. In novels like Wonderbread Summer and The Trouble With Lexie, Jessica delivers flawed characters, unexpected plots, and a fascinating look at human behavior. She also co-wrote the upcoming book The Sorority Girl Who Saved Your Life, a true story about a sorority girl turned covert CIA Operative, which ABC is now developing as a TV series.

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S2 E2: GREG GARCIA – TV WRITER - DIRECTOR

Greg Garcia fell in love with comedy as a kid who admittedly sat around and watched sit-coms all day. He parlayed that love into a TV writing career, winning an Emmy for My Name Is Earl and more recently creating The Guest Book on TBS. Greg gave us the low-down on everything from breaking into the industry to where he gets new ideas to the network pitch process.

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S1 E11: SEASON 1 RECAP

Co-hosts Jed Jecelin and Sean Flanagan deliver an existential but fun recap of their experience with getting this podcast off the ground. It’s the creative how of Creative How, complete with ups, downs, wins, losses, and lots of learnings. If you’re thinking of starting a podcast or just interested in some more “behind the scenes” of Creative How, you’ll get a lot out of this episode.

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S1 E8: TRANG DAM - CONTENT PRODUCER

When you consider the road Trang Dam traveled to get where she is today, you can understand how she’s able to handle the most harrowing aspects of every project she works on. As a one-year-old, she left Vietnam and migrated to the U.S., establishing a home in Columbia, MD. Today, as Director of Production at Under Armour, Trang is responsible for developing and delivering some of the industry’s best creative content.

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S1 E3: MONKEY BOYS PROD - PUPPETEERS

If you’ve seen Saturday Night Live over the past couple seasons, you’ve seen the work of Monkey Boys Productions. In this episode, co-founders Marc Petrosino and Michael Latini invite us into the world of puppeteering, which includes imagining, fabricating, and performing with all kinds of amazing characters for all kinds of purposes. This is an extra fun one, folks.

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