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Welcome to the 2M Creative Labs Podcast! This is the podcast to listen to for creatives looking for inspiration, insight, and wisdom from others who have found success in their respective creative field.Whether you're a new designer, new photographer, new filmmaker, aspiring artist, or looking to start a creative business, we have something for you.We sit down with some creative characters and hear about origin stories, tips and tricks, weird quirks, and the challenges they face in their day to day lives as they execute on their passions.Come find us on Instagram too! (@2mcreativelabs) Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

Latest Episodes

044 - Darryl Palapuz, Vince Blais, Juan Manuel - Storytelling Through Video, Transitioning from Photo to Video, and the Death of Photography

On this episode, we have a round table discussion about video with Darryl Palapuz, Vince Blais and myself, Juan Manuel, with Serena Chan bringing the hard hitting questions. We talk about our approaches to storytelling, the differences between YouTube vs Short Films, and what video can do that no other medium cannot. We also talk about transitioning from photography to video, and the death of photography. Super insightful round table discussion for people who don't know about video, but want to learn! Shownotes: 00:41 - Intros 01:24 - Difference between Photography and Videography 02:49 - Why Video and Not Other Mediums? 07:08 - How did you start learning Video? 12:00 - Who are your Inspirations? 16:04 - Non-Video related Influences 19:03 - What is the Difference between YouTube and Short Films 23:42 - What has Serena found difficult about making videos, transitioning from Photography? 30:26 - The Process of Telling a Story through Video 35:22 - How do you Convey your Ideas Effectively to your team? 42:00 - How do you Strategize your Video for Other Brands? 42:53 - Marina Abramovic and Sticking to your Own Style 51:00 - Start With Why by Simon Sinek - Manipulating or Inspiring Human Behaviour 54:53 - Is Video the Death of Photography? 58:33 - What does Video lack vs provide? What can Video do that nothing else can? 01:03:26 - What's the Dream Project? 01:08-10 - Where to Support Vince and Darryl --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

69 MIN5 d ago
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044 - Darryl Palapuz, Vince Blais, Juan Manuel - Storytelling Through Video, Transitioning from Photo to Video, and the Death of Photography

043 - Shana Robinson - Handling Pricing, Positioning Your Business for Growth, and Brand Image

On this episode, we talk to Shana Robinson, image consultant, branding expert, and CEO of the Branding Boutique. This episode is full of practical advice and insights for creatives who want to run a successful business. We talk about handling pricing for your brand and services, dealing with clients that argue your value, and how to scale and position your business for growth. Hands down the best episode we've had by far. Enjoy the episode and if you find something valuable, let us know what words really spoke to you! Shownotes: 00:51 - Who is Shana Robinson 01:04 - How did Shana Robinson get started with the Branding Boutique 03:41 - Shana's Vision as a Creative Director 05:40 - How Shana approaches building someone's brand 08:18 - Advice on How to Deal with Clients that DONT VALUE YOU 09:32 - Strategy First and The Futur 10:44 - The Personality Test for Client and Branding Work 12:50 - Getting Comfortable with the Business Part of Creative Business 15:22 - Showing Up as the Expert In Your Craft 17:41 - Serena's Challenges as a Creative 20:16 - Price is NOT a Discussion 22:59 - Getting Comfortable with Pricing Creative Work 25:45 - Turning Away Work and Saying No to Clients 28:21 - Another Way to Work with Low Budget Clients Wisely 31:35 - The ONLY TIME to not be paid for something 32:35 - How does Shana Acquire More Experience? 35:30 - Marty Neumeier - The Brand Gap: "Living brands are not stylistic veneer but a pattern of behaviour that grows out of character 36:36 - Dealing with Branding Discrepancies with a Company and the Owner 42:39 - The Three T's to Running a Successful Business 45:30 - What to do with things you suck at 46:19 - Shana's BIGGEST Piece of Advice for People Who are Starting 47:26 - Your Brand Experience 52:03 - How to Support Shana Robinson and The Branding Boutique --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

54 MIN1 w ago
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043 - Shana Robinson - Handling Pricing, Positioning Your Business for Growth, and Brand Image

042 - Gina Macri - Learning to Not Be Embarrassed, How to Act Out Emotions, and Strength in Your Quirks

On this episode, we talk to Gina Macri, an actor, writer, and model from Winnipeg. We first met during a short film Lam was working on and from then, we had a shared passion for creating skits and filming short stories. Gina talks about what drew her into acting, advice to portray emotions to the audience, and experiences on how to create short films on a budget. Shownotes: 01:06 - Who is Gina Macri 02:28 - How Gina got started in acting 04:45 - Was acting just a hobby? 05:50 - Why are you drawn to acting? 07:57 - Preferences in acting roles 09:57 - How is acting school? 14:17 - Being too stuck in training mode 15:45 - Creative Ruts and Being Too Much of an Expert 20:26 - The Process of Writing Scripts 23:55 - How Gina and Anthony Expressed their Creativity Together 26:36 - What is it like Acting on a Professional Commercial Set 29:44 - Staying Professional when you're having so much fun 31:51 - Inspirations to become an Actress 35:57 - Advice for People Who Want to Start Acting 40:...

52 MIN2 w ago
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042 - Gina Macri - Learning to Not Be Embarrassed, How to Act Out Emotions, and Strength in Your Quirks

041 - Gage Horobetz - Coffee, Vibing in Paris, and Trying New Things

On this episode, we talk to Gage Horobetz, a professional photographer from Winnipeg who also has his passion for video, coffee, and people. We talk about his incredible travels to Europe and the photography experience he had, his passion for coffee, and the idea of trying new things while being okay to fail. Be sure to look out for his photography book coming soon, as well as his new video series. Shownotes: 01:02 - Who is Gage Horobetz 01:24 - How did he get started into Photography 03:46 - Developing the Minimalistic Style 05:51 - Interest in Architecture and Community Urban Planning 08:08 - His Europe trip affecting how he sees photography 10:16 - Sunrise mission in Copenhagen 13:26 - Vibing with Paris 15:54 - More Discussions on Paris Vibes and Coffee Shops 18:40 - Juan's travels in the Netherlands 22:28 - London Thoughts 27:53 - Gage's street photography technique in London 29:26 - Gage's inspirations for photography and videos 31:56 - How to develop the ability to taste coffee 34:43 - Are coffee tasting skills transferrable? 37:52 - Self awareness and the meaning of life 40:52 - Regret and being self aware 43:32 - Gage's Creative Coffee Project, Wine Library TV Style 48:21 - Sneak Peek to Gage's Coffee Project 49:04 - Advice for someone Starting Out as a Creative 51:36 - 10 to 15 years from now, will you like those things? 52:48 - Where to support Gage Horobetz --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

56 MINJAN 15
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041 - Gage Horobetz - Coffee, Vibing in Paris, and Trying New Things

040 - Branding by the Beach - "Influencers", Instagram Removing Likes, and Being Authentic with Your Brand

On this episode, we talk to Charmaine Jennings and Reanna Khan. Charmaine owns Strategic Charm Boutique and runs Hustle and Charm, a community of women across Canada and Reanna is a travel blogger who runs neverseecomesea.com. We talk about influencing and influencers, social media strategies and marketing, and authenticity in your brand. Lots of incredible stories and advice from them, so we hope you enjoy the episode. Shownotes: 01:14 - Who is Reanna Khan and Charmaine Jennings 02:14 - Their collaborative project Branding by the Beach 06:07 - Common missed opportunities for growth 07:52 - "Influencing" 09:58 - Instagram removing their likes 15:42 - Pitching to Brands to "influence" 19:28 - A Brand is a gut feeling... 21:05 - Living Brands are not Stylistic Veneer 24:43 - Marketing & Visuals to achieve Authenticity 27:11 - Trends and Authenticity 33:52 - The stronger the brand, the greater the profit margin 46:40 - What does community mean to you 48:47 - Community for Reanna's Sola...

86 MINJAN 8
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040 - Branding by the Beach - "Influencers", Instagram Removing Likes, and Being Authentic with Your Brand

039 - Genice Chan - Working with Studio Trigger, Picking a Colour Palette, and Pokemon Sword and Shield

This epsiode features Genice Chan, also known as Genicecream, visual developer and illustrator based in Vancouver. She does a lot of work with Giant Ant, as well as with the animation studio Studio Trigger. We talk about picking colours in your work, finding and developing style, and the latest Pokemon game. Hope you enjoy this one! Shownotes: 00:54 - Who is Genice Chan 01:10 - How did Genice get started 03:04 - The Parents 04:15 - The Origin of the Name Genicecream 04:45 - What is Visual Development? What is Illustration? 06:37 - Picking a Color Palette 08:18 - Goals with Art 09:31 - Studio Trigger and Working with the Animation Studio 11:41 - Going to Animation School 13:35 - Current obsessions 14:18 - Pokemon Designs 16:39 - A piece she's fond of 17:19 - How much control she has on client work 18:48 - Working with clients who want "so-so" work 19:44 - Inktober 2018 and interactive Inktobers 22:43 - What Genice likes drawing the most 25:30 - Figuring style out 28:17 - Tips for peo...

35 MINJAN 1
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039 - Genice Chan - Working with Studio Trigger, Picking a Colour Palette, and Pokemon Sword and Shield

038 - Lambert Sebastian - The Stonehenge, Meeting Julie Zhan in LA, and Finding Balance in All Things

This epsiode features Lambert Sebastian, founder of Phoenix Productions Family, a videographer and editor who loves to make videos. We talk about seeing the Stonehenge, finding the balance in working, family, and social activities, and running into creatives in LA. Lots of energy, and we get deep into the difficulties of running your own creative business. Shownotes: 00:46 - Who is Lambert Sebastian 01:13 - How he got started into film and video 03:57 - Finding Balance with Everything 05:29 - Sacrifices to be a creative entrepreneur 08:48 - Travel Videos and taking your time 11:39 - Meeting Wong Fu Productions and Wesley Chan 20:07 - Trying out making short films 21:14 - Storytelling as a commercial videographer 24:31 - Hardest Thing to Overcome 28:48 - Finding Balanc 31:22 - Meditation and Morning Routines 33:23 - Advice for Someone Starting Out 34:02 - Being a nuisance at movies 35:22 - Consistency and going viral 40:35 - How to Support Lambert --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

42 MIN2019 DEC 18
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038 - Lambert Sebastian - The Stonehenge, Meeting Julie Zhan in LA, and Finding Balance in All Things

037 - 2M Creative Labs - Manipulating Human Behaviour, Pink Wicker Baskets, and Finding Your Why

On this episode, we talk about manipulating versus inspiring human behavior, millennial pink wicker baskets, and finding a strong why. If you haven't yet, we highly recommend reading Simon Sinek's book Start With Why, the inspiration for this episode. And if you're not into that, we've got quotes of inspiration from the book on our Twitter (@2mcreativelabs) If you like episodes like these, let us know and we'll keep doing them. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

24 MIN2019 DEC 12
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037 - 2M Creative Labs - Manipulating Human Behaviour, Pink Wicker Baskets, and Finding Your Why

036 - Sky Spence - Seeing the Photo, Life of Kai, and Losing Your Laptop at LAX

This epsiode features Skye Spence, photographer and videographer based in Winnipeg. He creates videos for amazing musicians including local talent and is working on building the Nsty brand with his team. We talk about working on a super low budget, and pushing the envelope creatively as a photographer and filmmaker in a city filled with so many photographers. He also shares his story of filming for Life of Kai, as well as losing his laptop in one of the busiest airports in the world, LAX. Shownotes: 00:57 - Who is Skye Spence 01:33 - How he got started as a photographer 04:32 - Switching to Video 06:51 - "Seeing" the photo 10:27 - Creative Movement and One-Upping yourself 13:30 - Putting your work out there 15:01 - How to push the envelope 18:19 - A city saturated with videographers 20:32 - Life of Kai's Six Months 24:51 - Crazy Airport Story 28:49 - Low Budget to Life of Kai 31:43 - Losing a lot, and moving on 34:35 - Latest obsessions 36:12 - Pet Photography 37:42 - Next Moves and Nsty 43:51 - Advice for Getting into Music Videos 46:33 - Wrap up --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

49 MIN2019 DEC 4
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036 - Sky Spence - Seeing the Photo, Life of Kai, and Losing Your Laptop at LAX

035 - Brent Biglow - Minimalism, Overconsumption, and Consumerism as a Woodworker

Today we talk to Brent Biglow who runs Biglow Woodcraft in Winnipeg Building small batch goods and designing furniture, Brent shares his perspective on design and environmentalism, overconsumption and minimalism, as well as his journey in running a business. Shownotes: 00:50 - Who is Brent Biglow 01:36 - Intro to Woodworking and dropping out of Business School 04:53 - Initial Doubts with Entrepreneurship 09:28 - Receiving Questionable Designs from Clients 13:19 - Brent's Three Things 14:58 - Encouraging People to DIY and "Losing Work" 17:08 - Overconsumption and Being a Provider of Goods 20:19 - Environmentalism and Earth Friendly Purchases 22:05 - Every Problem is Complicated 23:38 - Minimalism 27:12 - Determining what you need 29:56 - On Deciding Whether to Buy Something 33:59 - Weird Woodworking Tools 36:59 - "Simon Sinek" and Finding Your Ideal 1000 Fans 41:13 - Get started with Woodworking 44:24 - Future of Biglow Woodcraft 45:23 - Where to Support and Follow Brent's work --- T...

47 MIN2019 NOV 27
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035 - Brent Biglow - Minimalism, Overconsumption, and Consumerism as a Woodworker

Latest Episodes

044 - Darryl Palapuz, Vince Blais, Juan Manuel - Storytelling Through Video, Transitioning from Photo to Video, and the Death of Photography

On this episode, we have a round table discussion about video with Darryl Palapuz, Vince Blais and myself, Juan Manuel, with Serena Chan bringing the hard hitting questions. We talk about our approaches to storytelling, the differences between YouTube vs Short Films, and what video can do that no other medium cannot. We also talk about transitioning from photography to video, and the death of photography. Super insightful round table discussion for people who don't know about video, but want to learn! Shownotes: 00:41 - Intros 01:24 - Difference between Photography and Videography 02:49 - Why Video and Not Other Mediums? 07:08 - How did you start learning Video? 12:00 - Who are your Inspirations? 16:04 - Non-Video related Influences 19:03 - What is the Difference between YouTube and Short Films 23:42 - What has Serena found difficult about making videos, transitioning from Photography? 30:26 - The Process of Telling a Story through Video 35:22 - How do you Convey your Ideas Effectively to your team? 42:00 - How do you Strategize your Video for Other Brands? 42:53 - Marina Abramovic and Sticking to your Own Style 51:00 - Start With Why by Simon Sinek - Manipulating or Inspiring Human Behaviour 54:53 - Is Video the Death of Photography? 58:33 - What does Video lack vs provide? What can Video do that nothing else can? 01:03:26 - What's the Dream Project? 01:08-10 - Where to Support Vince and Darryl --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

69 MIN5 d ago
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044 - Darryl Palapuz, Vince Blais, Juan Manuel - Storytelling Through Video, Transitioning from Photo to Video, and the Death of Photography

043 - Shana Robinson - Handling Pricing, Positioning Your Business for Growth, and Brand Image

On this episode, we talk to Shana Robinson, image consultant, branding expert, and CEO of the Branding Boutique. This episode is full of practical advice and insights for creatives who want to run a successful business. We talk about handling pricing for your brand and services, dealing with clients that argue your value, and how to scale and position your business for growth. Hands down the best episode we've had by far. Enjoy the episode and if you find something valuable, let us know what words really spoke to you! Shownotes: 00:51 - Who is Shana Robinson 01:04 - How did Shana Robinson get started with the Branding Boutique 03:41 - Shana's Vision as a Creative Director 05:40 - How Shana approaches building someone's brand 08:18 - Advice on How to Deal with Clients that DONT VALUE YOU 09:32 - Strategy First and The Futur 10:44 - The Personality Test for Client and Branding Work 12:50 - Getting Comfortable with the Business Part of Creative Business 15:22 - Showing Up as the Expert In Your Craft 17:41 - Serena's Challenges as a Creative 20:16 - Price is NOT a Discussion 22:59 - Getting Comfortable with Pricing Creative Work 25:45 - Turning Away Work and Saying No to Clients 28:21 - Another Way to Work with Low Budget Clients Wisely 31:35 - The ONLY TIME to not be paid for something 32:35 - How does Shana Acquire More Experience? 35:30 - Marty Neumeier - The Brand Gap: "Living brands are not stylistic veneer but a pattern of behaviour that grows out of character 36:36 - Dealing with Branding Discrepancies with a Company and the Owner 42:39 - The Three T's to Running a Successful Business 45:30 - What to do with things you suck at 46:19 - Shana's BIGGEST Piece of Advice for People Who are Starting 47:26 - Your Brand Experience 52:03 - How to Support Shana Robinson and The Branding Boutique --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

54 MIN1 w ago
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043 - Shana Robinson - Handling Pricing, Positioning Your Business for Growth, and Brand Image

042 - Gina Macri - Learning to Not Be Embarrassed, How to Act Out Emotions, and Strength in Your Quirks

On this episode, we talk to Gina Macri, an actor, writer, and model from Winnipeg. We first met during a short film Lam was working on and from then, we had a shared passion for creating skits and filming short stories. Gina talks about what drew her into acting, advice to portray emotions to the audience, and experiences on how to create short films on a budget. Shownotes: 01:06 - Who is Gina Macri 02:28 - How Gina got started in acting 04:45 - Was acting just a hobby? 05:50 - Why are you drawn to acting? 07:57 - Preferences in acting roles 09:57 - How is acting school? 14:17 - Being too stuck in training mode 15:45 - Creative Ruts and Being Too Much of an Expert 20:26 - The Process of Writing Scripts 23:55 - How Gina and Anthony Expressed their Creativity Together 26:36 - What is it like Acting on a Professional Commercial Set 29:44 - Staying Professional when you're having so much fun 31:51 - Inspirations to become an Actress 35:57 - Advice for People Who Want to Start Acting 40:...

52 MIN2 w ago
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042 - Gina Macri - Learning to Not Be Embarrassed, How to Act Out Emotions, and Strength in Your Quirks

041 - Gage Horobetz - Coffee, Vibing in Paris, and Trying New Things

On this episode, we talk to Gage Horobetz, a professional photographer from Winnipeg who also has his passion for video, coffee, and people. We talk about his incredible travels to Europe and the photography experience he had, his passion for coffee, and the idea of trying new things while being okay to fail. Be sure to look out for his photography book coming soon, as well as his new video series. Shownotes: 01:02 - Who is Gage Horobetz 01:24 - How did he get started into Photography 03:46 - Developing the Minimalistic Style 05:51 - Interest in Architecture and Community Urban Planning 08:08 - His Europe trip affecting how he sees photography 10:16 - Sunrise mission in Copenhagen 13:26 - Vibing with Paris 15:54 - More Discussions on Paris Vibes and Coffee Shops 18:40 - Juan's travels in the Netherlands 22:28 - London Thoughts 27:53 - Gage's street photography technique in London 29:26 - Gage's inspirations for photography and videos 31:56 - How to develop the ability to taste coffee 34:43 - Are coffee tasting skills transferrable? 37:52 - Self awareness and the meaning of life 40:52 - Regret and being self aware 43:32 - Gage's Creative Coffee Project, Wine Library TV Style 48:21 - Sneak Peek to Gage's Coffee Project 49:04 - Advice for someone Starting Out as a Creative 51:36 - 10 to 15 years from now, will you like those things? 52:48 - Where to support Gage Horobetz --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

56 MINJAN 15
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041 - Gage Horobetz - Coffee, Vibing in Paris, and Trying New Things

040 - Branding by the Beach - "Influencers", Instagram Removing Likes, and Being Authentic with Your Brand

On this episode, we talk to Charmaine Jennings and Reanna Khan. Charmaine owns Strategic Charm Boutique and runs Hustle and Charm, a community of women across Canada and Reanna is a travel blogger who runs neverseecomesea.com. We talk about influencing and influencers, social media strategies and marketing, and authenticity in your brand. Lots of incredible stories and advice from them, so we hope you enjoy the episode. Shownotes: 01:14 - Who is Reanna Khan and Charmaine Jennings 02:14 - Their collaborative project Branding by the Beach 06:07 - Common missed opportunities for growth 07:52 - "Influencing" 09:58 - Instagram removing their likes 15:42 - Pitching to Brands to "influence" 19:28 - A Brand is a gut feeling... 21:05 - Living Brands are not Stylistic Veneer 24:43 - Marketing & Visuals to achieve Authenticity 27:11 - Trends and Authenticity 33:52 - The stronger the brand, the greater the profit margin 46:40 - What does community mean to you 48:47 - Community for Reanna's Sola...

86 MINJAN 8
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040 - Branding by the Beach - "Influencers", Instagram Removing Likes, and Being Authentic with Your Brand

039 - Genice Chan - Working with Studio Trigger, Picking a Colour Palette, and Pokemon Sword and Shield

This epsiode features Genice Chan, also known as Genicecream, visual developer and illustrator based in Vancouver. She does a lot of work with Giant Ant, as well as with the animation studio Studio Trigger. We talk about picking colours in your work, finding and developing style, and the latest Pokemon game. Hope you enjoy this one! Shownotes: 00:54 - Who is Genice Chan 01:10 - How did Genice get started 03:04 - The Parents 04:15 - The Origin of the Name Genicecream 04:45 - What is Visual Development? What is Illustration? 06:37 - Picking a Color Palette 08:18 - Goals with Art 09:31 - Studio Trigger and Working with the Animation Studio 11:41 - Going to Animation School 13:35 - Current obsessions 14:18 - Pokemon Designs 16:39 - A piece she's fond of 17:19 - How much control she has on client work 18:48 - Working with clients who want "so-so" work 19:44 - Inktober 2018 and interactive Inktobers 22:43 - What Genice likes drawing the most 25:30 - Figuring style out 28:17 - Tips for peo...

35 MINJAN 1
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039 - Genice Chan - Working with Studio Trigger, Picking a Colour Palette, and Pokemon Sword and Shield

038 - Lambert Sebastian - The Stonehenge, Meeting Julie Zhan in LA, and Finding Balance in All Things

This epsiode features Lambert Sebastian, founder of Phoenix Productions Family, a videographer and editor who loves to make videos. We talk about seeing the Stonehenge, finding the balance in working, family, and social activities, and running into creatives in LA. Lots of energy, and we get deep into the difficulties of running your own creative business. Shownotes: 00:46 - Who is Lambert Sebastian 01:13 - How he got started into film and video 03:57 - Finding Balance with Everything 05:29 - Sacrifices to be a creative entrepreneur 08:48 - Travel Videos and taking your time 11:39 - Meeting Wong Fu Productions and Wesley Chan 20:07 - Trying out making short films 21:14 - Storytelling as a commercial videographer 24:31 - Hardest Thing to Overcome 28:48 - Finding Balanc 31:22 - Meditation and Morning Routines 33:23 - Advice for Someone Starting Out 34:02 - Being a nuisance at movies 35:22 - Consistency and going viral 40:35 - How to Support Lambert --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

42 MIN2019 DEC 18
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038 - Lambert Sebastian - The Stonehenge, Meeting Julie Zhan in LA, and Finding Balance in All Things

037 - 2M Creative Labs - Manipulating Human Behaviour, Pink Wicker Baskets, and Finding Your Why

On this episode, we talk about manipulating versus inspiring human behavior, millennial pink wicker baskets, and finding a strong why. If you haven't yet, we highly recommend reading Simon Sinek's book Start With Why, the inspiration for this episode. And if you're not into that, we've got quotes of inspiration from the book on our Twitter (@2mcreativelabs) If you like episodes like these, let us know and we'll keep doing them. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

24 MIN2019 DEC 12
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037 - 2M Creative Labs - Manipulating Human Behaviour, Pink Wicker Baskets, and Finding Your Why

036 - Sky Spence - Seeing the Photo, Life of Kai, and Losing Your Laptop at LAX

This epsiode features Skye Spence, photographer and videographer based in Winnipeg. He creates videos for amazing musicians including local talent and is working on building the Nsty brand with his team. We talk about working on a super low budget, and pushing the envelope creatively as a photographer and filmmaker in a city filled with so many photographers. He also shares his story of filming for Life of Kai, as well as losing his laptop in one of the busiest airports in the world, LAX. Shownotes: 00:57 - Who is Skye Spence 01:33 - How he got started as a photographer 04:32 - Switching to Video 06:51 - "Seeing" the photo 10:27 - Creative Movement and One-Upping yourself 13:30 - Putting your work out there 15:01 - How to push the envelope 18:19 - A city saturated with videographers 20:32 - Life of Kai's Six Months 24:51 - Crazy Airport Story 28:49 - Low Budget to Life of Kai 31:43 - Losing a lot, and moving on 34:35 - Latest obsessions 36:12 - Pet Photography 37:42 - Next Moves and Nsty 43:51 - Advice for Getting into Music Videos 46:33 - Wrap up --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/2mcreativelabs/support

49 MIN2019 DEC 4
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036 - Sky Spence - Seeing the Photo, Life of Kai, and Losing Your Laptop at LAX

035 - Brent Biglow - Minimalism, Overconsumption, and Consumerism as a Woodworker

Today we talk to Brent Biglow who runs Biglow Woodcraft in Winnipeg Building small batch goods and designing furniture, Brent shares his perspective on design and environmentalism, overconsumption and minimalism, as well as his journey in running a business. Shownotes: 00:50 - Who is Brent Biglow 01:36 - Intro to Woodworking and dropping out of Business School 04:53 - Initial Doubts with Entrepreneurship 09:28 - Receiving Questionable Designs from Clients 13:19 - Brent's Three Things 14:58 - Encouraging People to DIY and "Losing Work" 17:08 - Overconsumption and Being a Provider of Goods 20:19 - Environmentalism and Earth Friendly Purchases 22:05 - Every Problem is Complicated 23:38 - Minimalism 27:12 - Determining what you need 29:56 - On Deciding Whether to Buy Something 33:59 - Weird Woodworking Tools 36:59 - "Simon Sinek" and Finding Your Ideal 1000 Fans 41:13 - Get started with Woodworking 44:24 - Future of Biglow Woodcraft 45:23 - Where to Support and Follow Brent's work --- T...

47 MIN2019 NOV 27
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035 - Brent Biglow - Minimalism, Overconsumption, and Consumerism as a Woodworker
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