This week we’re excited to welcome Marco Palos to the show! Marco is the co-founder of Phat Cat Swinger, “Hollywood’s Little-Big Band” which you may have heard play at Disneyland or Disney California Adventure. Marco talks about the origins of his love for music and what inspires the songs he writes. He also tells us how social distancing played a role in giving himself permission to go beyond his comfort zone to explore different facets of his love of music and how he’s pivoted that into an upcoming solo album release.
This week we’re joined by Matthew Serrano the director of the documentary Live From The Space Stage: A Halyx Story and Remain Seated Please – A Hoot and Chief Story. Aside from his films, we also discuss how contrast in your experiences can mold the type of storyteller or even the type of person you become, Matthew shares tidbits not included in the film and more!
This week we’re excited to welcome Josh Shipley to the show! Josh worked at Walt Disney Imagineering for 21 years before taking on the challenge of helping develop and run Evermore Park for a couple of years as their Chief Creative Officer. Josh shares stories about his path to becoming an Imagineer and why everyone’s path is different. We also discuss his personal thoughts about attraction design and where attractions might be headed in the future. It was a super fun talk that we hope you enjoy!
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.