A CHAT WITH…
This week we had the pleasure of chatting with artist, Jerrod Maruyama, whose ‘Kingdom of Cute’ series and ‘Hipster Mickey’ have captivated the Disney community!
We had the pleasure of sitting down to chat with Brian Crosby who is the Creative Director for Themed Entertainment at Marvel! Brian talks about growing up as an artist, interning at WDI (Walt Disney Imagineering) and how he set himself apart in order to try to get a job and eventually working at Marvel.
In this episode we welcome back Kat Cressida and hang out at Catal in Downtown Disney, Anaheim to chat about her journey into the world of voice-over including where that spark came from and what type of preparation and development you need to do voice-over work.
In this episode we chat with our pal Keith Gluck (The Disney Project) about how his love for writing led him to writing directly for the Walt Disney Family Museum.
This week we get a chance to chat with Disney Legend Rolly Crump about growing up, working at WED and working with Walt. This was a really fun conversation that we hope you enjoy!
In this episode we have a chat with Kat Cressida (voice of the Black Widow Bride on the Haunted Mansion) about performing as as child, what she wanted to do while in school and what led her to doing voice-over.
In this episode we chat with Disney Legend, Bob Gurr about working with Walt in the comfort of Club 1901!
Join us as we get to chat with Chef Mayhem, himself, Jeff Baham! In this chat, Jeff tells us a little about where Doombuggies.com and Mousetalgia came from, gives us a little history on the Haunted Mansion and gives his thoughts on the rumor of the Hatbox Ghost returning to the Haunted Mansion.
This episode was really fun and informative. We’ve been trying to get Bridget on the show for a while now but her schedule just hasn’t permitted until now! We get a chance to talk about her upbringing and how she started with her miniature business and even gives a little bit of advice to up and coming artists about some of the things they can do to level up their artistic and business game.
In this episode, PixPak Social Club founder, VJ Escote, gives us a little history on what he did to start his social club, what inspired their name, their unique varsity jacket look and his thoughts about Disneyland officially recognizing social clubs as part of Disney history.