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Dec 7, 2015

Danilo Parra is a director.  He makes music videos and shows on vice.com and for the Vice Network.  He's done music videos for A$AP Rocky and was recently nominated for a UKVMA.  

Cameron and Danny grew up together and have known each other for about fifteen years but hadn't seen each other in six so they spend some...


Nov 30, 2015

Jonathan Mann has written and published a song a day for almost seven years.  He has performed on and had his songs featured on CNN, Anderson Cooper Live, Apple Keynote, among other places.

In this episode, Cameron talks to Jonathan about his unique approach to music. Jonathan asks Cameron about his work. They...


Nov 23, 2015

Diana Manfredi is an Italian-American director.

In this episode, Diana talks about her film, Twerkumentary, the empowerment vs objectification of twerking, her fathers artwork, moving to the US from Europe after college, we talk about Fairfax, and why she's tired of directing music videos.

Thanks to Diana.  You can see...


Nov 9, 2015

TJ Cowgill is a clothier and musician.  He owns Actual Pain and makes music as King Dude.

This episode takes place at Different Fur Studios.

In this episode, they talk about San Francisco, fraternal organizations, Seattle, touring, technology, and religion.

Thanks to TJ.  You can find Actual Pain...


Nov 2, 2015

Richard Hart is a skateboard photographer and has his own publication Push Periodical.

We talked about his growing up in a a small village in England, how skateboarding brought him to California in the 90's, working in a print medium in 2015, the skateboard community, and skateboarders in Hollywood.

Thanks to Richard....