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Art Pays Me Podcast helps artists use their power to improve their lives and the world by exploring the business strategies of successful creatives. Art Pays Me is hosted by Artist and Designer, Duane Jones, Founder of lifestyle brand Art Pays Me.
 
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Designers and Retailers Ana and Zac talk about the history of their new brand Ana + Zac, their design philosophy and the importance of sourcing sustainably. We also talk about supply chain, shifting priorities during the pandemic and I even share some insight into my design and production process. Ana + Zac Online Website Instagram…
 
Visual Designer and Artist, Anthony Grant and I talk about his origin story as an artist and designer and the thinking behind his work that blurs the lines between design and art. We also talk about how our paths crossed and the visibility of Black people in the design industry. Anthony online Instagram LinkedIn Website Black Designers Ignite…
 
This episode, I’m joined by author Katrina Jackson to discuss Barbarian’s Tease, the 15th book in the Ice Planet Barbarians series. And, whew! Brook and Taushen really tested us in this one. They basically that one Katy Perry song. They’re also kind of dumb. Along with their antics, we discuss whether tails should be a requirement in alien romances…
 
Heyyyyyy, listeners! I hope you all are thriving and surviving as 2020 continues to 2020. I recorded this episode back in May and have finally kicked my butt in gear to share. Thank you for being so patient, ’cause I’m struggling. But at least I’m having great conversations with funny people while doing so. This episode, I’m joined by Jenny Nordbak…
 
Cartoonist and Filmmaker, Josh Rodgers and I discuss his influences, working on kid friendly cartoons by day, and adult cartoons like Henry vs the Reptilian Overlords from the Cosmos by night. Josh also offers some career advice for animators and why he doesn’t think going to university is necessary. Josh Online: https://mushfacecomics.com/ Instagr…
 
Dylan Edwards is a Writer, Artist and Animator based in Halifax, Nova Scotia. We talk about how he got into the animation industry, how it’s been impacted by COVID-19 and why so few people know the Halifax studios that contribute to the industry. We also talk about the value of intellectual property, why it’s good to work on independent side projec…
 
Textile Artist, Quilt Designer, Author and Educator Andrea Tsang Jackson talks about her transition from architecture, to exhibit design, to making her creative escape, quilting her full-time pursuit. She shares the emotional impact of doing creative work as a mom and non-Black or Indigenous woman of colour during the pandemic and social uprisings.…
 
Artist, Shannon Ellis and I talk about her sci-fi and fantasy inspired work, our mutual fascination with Japanese animation and why she loves crows. We also talk about Shannon’s role with The Creative Kick, a Halifax based organization that helps creatives expand their social circles and share knowledge and resources. Shannon Online Twitter Instagr…
 
David Strickland is a Grammy Award winning multidisciplinary artist, producer, engineer, DJ and activist. We discuss his music and visual art influences, how connected Indigenous cultures are to hip-hop and his experience with having his Indian status revoked. David shares what it was like working with Drake and the OVO camp and hip-hop legends lik…
 
Multidisciplinary Visual Artist Chantel Gushue and I talk about how she incorporates science into her art practice, parenting during the pandemic, why she’s not a fan of the traditional “class crit” in art education and why graphic designers make good jewellers. We also talk about our time at NSCAD University and how fostering relationships with ot…
 
Food branding consultant Sunil Sarwal talks about the benefit of specialization in a service based creative business. We learn about their creative process, why they got into the industry, how they determine what to charge clients and why it’s important to discuss budget very early in the project. Sunil Online Website Twitter: Sunil Twitter: The Sm…
 
Beatmaker and Producer DK talks about his music making process, his love for the classic hip hop sound of the 90s and how he gets the attention of established artists he’d like to work with. DK also talks about why working on his own projects has helped him gain recognition and why working locally is important even in the internet age. DK Online: W…
 
Stand Up Comic Eman El-Husseini and I talk about why comedy is a great way to discuss tough topics, being a Canadian in New York during the 2020 Pandemic, why she’s not afraid to say things in her comedy that will upset people and how her identity as a Palestinian lesbian blurs the line between her work and personal life. Eman Online: Handsome Daug…
 
Maggie Rahr is an award winning multimedia Investigative Journalist. I discovered Maggie through her podcast ‘What Happened to Holly Bartlett’ that was featured in Oprah magazine (2019), and was a finalist in the Atlantic Journalism Awards. We talked about how the podcast came about, what it means to be an investigative journalist, how she finds wo…
 
Multidisciplinary Artist Bria Miller participates in almost every aspect of creativity. She talks about her work, what motivates her, why women and race issues are prominent in her visual art and why she won’t settle on one art medium. We also talk about the recent and very sudden appreciation for her Black Lives Matter themed work. Bria Online: We…
 
Emmanuel Nwogbo is a Nigeria born, Visual Artist based in Montreal, Canada. We talked about how The Rona has impacted his career, what he thinks about the civil unrest we’re experiencing across the world and how a daily creative project he did to improve his technical skills led to awards and major growth in his following. We also talked about how …
 
Youth and Community Advocate DeRico Symonds and I discuss police violence against Black people in North America, the significance of protest and some of the challenges that community advocates and activists face. I also ask DeRico about his background and what motivates him as a voice in the Halifax Black Community. DeRico online: Twitter Instagram…
 
Matt Dowling, Founder of Freelancer Club shares his creative journey, how he’s grown a business that advocates for creative freelancers and how a negative experience with a photography client motivated him to start this business. We talk about the business model of Freelancer Club, why it's different from other freelance marketplaces, where busines…
 
Multi-media Artist, Jordan Baraniecki talks about how the pandemic has effected his practice, why it’s similar to the artist residency he did in Poland and why his newest project is his most dangerous. He also talks about his, time at NSCAD University, his acceptance into Emily Carr University and why he’s more excited than nervous about the challe…
 
I interviewed multihyphenate artist Romana about her new music and the diverse creative interests she’s simultaneously pursuing. She opens up about how the COVD-19 pandemic has effected her practice what it’s like pursuing a creative career as the daughter of South Asian immigrants and why she left a successful corporate job to be a full-time artis…
 
This week I have Leather Designer and Maker Tabitha from Tabitha + Co. I asked her what it means to produce mindfully made products and what implications that has on society – particularly during a pandemic. We talked about the importance of craft, why she decided to start a business in her 40s after being a mom and having a career, how having a me…
 
Album Reviewer, and Twitch Streamer Luke James and I talked about coping with life and creativity during COVID-19. Luke breaks down his process for reviewing music, why he interacts with people in the comments, pushing through fear of failure and balancing creative output with self-care, family time and mental health. We also got into Luke’s experi…
 
On this week’s episode, I spoke with Writer, Editor and Podcaster Kyle Carpenter. We talk about his popular website and podcast Clients From Hell. Kyle shares why he left academia for a new path, his standup comedy hobby and our opinions on what makes someone an artist. Kyle Online: Kcarcfh LinkedIn Clients From Hell Website…
 
On this week's episode I hit 50 episodes and one year of doing this podcast! It’s been a fun journey and I’ve learned a lot from the guests so far. Thank you for all for listening, commenting on social media and for leaving kind ratings and reviews. It means a lot to me. On this episode, I talk about why I’ll be doing more solo episodes in the futu…
 
Music Producer and DJ, Paul Chin talks about how a 5 year hiatus from the music industry after dealing with some personal setbacks inspired him to make his latest album, Full Spectrum. He also shares how playing instruments can be an advantage for a producer in the digital era and why he’s not interested in assigning a genre to his music. Paul's La…
 
Josie Matthiesen is the Jeweller and Metalsmith behind Salt + Summit. A nomad at heart, Josie talks about how living on the road with her now husband helped her find the clarity to start her business, how she felt more empowered after having her second child and how creating makes her feel more connected to others. Josie Online Website Instagram…
 
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