On this episode of Go On, i'm really excited to have Kelsey McClure as a guest. Kelsey has been making me laugh since 2007 with her silly (and often times inappropriate) humor and outlandish pranks. A writer, comedian, beer enthusiast, and all-around rad lady, Kelsey is responsible for the site Comedy in the Lou - a online hub for all funny things happening in St. Louis.
On this episode of Go On I'm talking with Chris Ryan, the creative director at Once Films. Chris is the driving force behind the film documentary series, The Spotlight Series, a collection of personal vignettes that feature craftsmen, artists, and entrepreneurs. Listen in to hear about Chris' favorite film in the series and which film made me tear up.
On this episode of Go On, I have two thirds of the Our Collective team in the studio - Justin Chick and Brian Goldstein. Our Collective is a design consultancy based on the idea of collaboration. Justin focuses on strategy, Brian drives the business development, and Billy (who was not in the studio with us) designs for the trio.
On this episode of Go On i'm talking to Angela Malchionno, artist, educator, and co-owner of Enamel STL - a workshop and studio space in tower grove. Listen in to hear Angela talk about designing a meditation series at the pulitzer to her latest work with shibori - a japanese tie dye.
On this episode of Go On I am joined by Aaron Johnson and Radames Roldan to talk about coffee. Aaron has 10 years of experience in coffee that started at Starbucks, developed through Kaldis, and landed him at Rise Coffee House in the Grove. Radames is a skilled barista at Blueprint Coffee where his creativity with coffee extends far beyond latte art. We talk about our coffee journeys, from ignorance to bliss and much more!