Welcome to my interview on the Love Soul radio show hosted by the lovely Phyllis Foundis. Good tunes and good conversation coming up next.
When I heard Apple was looking for a Creative Director, I tried to convince them to “Hire Different” with a bit of on-brand self-promotion.
I’m writing a book about all the times I’ve almost died. This is your sneak peek at the introduction. I welcome any and all feedback. And safety tips.
I snuck into Scott Morrison’s private airport loo to do a #2 while working on an ad. I have bigger claims to fame.
I was invited to write short stories for “Here Lies Your Story,” a public artwork sponsored by the City of Sydney’s Art & About program.
If you spend time around people who use specific words, odds are you will start saying them too. And that isn’t always a good thing.
Covid has kept many of us from traveling so it was nice to mind-travel with ShoutOut LA during this interview where we talk work/life balance and tacos.
A two-part chat where I explain the origin story of The Joy Pusher and what makes the music and memory game, Song Saga, so special.
The Song Saga story of how one “young man” started getting postcards from the Village People.
A very abbreviated version of a story about a drunken promise that led to an aborted sailing trip around the world.
If you’re a multipotentialite or polymath, or if you have no idea what those words mean, you will enjoy this episode of the Polymath podcast.
A retailer told us this card might trigger some people so they won’t stock Song Saga. I’ve got a song and story to share about that.
A recent McKinsey survey identified 56 skills needed to thrive in the future of work. I have 39, but with robots and AI coming for our jobs, is that enough?