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“LET'S SHOOT! with PETE CHATMON" is a podcast on directing for anybody that’s, quite simply, ever watched anything. Pete Chatmon converses with a wide range of fellow directors, writers, actors, showrunners, producers, executives, and more on a journey to determine just what makes a good director and why we’ll always need stories... *Visit Pete's production co. and get your merch! www.drctr.video *Watch On YouTube! https://bit.ly/37iekw1
 
Join Oscar-nominated director Lee Daniels ("Precious"), as he discusses "The Paperboy," an edgy film noir set in 1960s South Florida. Showing at the New York Film Festival, the film is based on the novel by Pete Dexter and follows investigative reporter Ward Jansen (Matthew McConaughey) and his partner, Yardley Acheman (David Oyelowo) as they chase a sensational, career- making story. The movie also features Zac Efron, Nicole Kidman, Macy Gray, and John Cusack.
 
We believe Northern Ireland has a better story to tell — one that goes beyond bombs, bullets and a sunken ship. You are part of this story. With 180+ conversations featuring some of the incredible people who call this place home, our weekly show gives you the chance to get away from the clickbait and connect with the amazing things happening on your doorstep. Previous guests include NASA Scientists, Billion-Dollar CEOs, 91-year-old parkrunners, teenaged entrepreneurs, Oscar-winning directors ...
 
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EPISODE 250!!! Matthew Coley returns to talk about his years teaching at Iowa State University, and the challenges and accomplishments during his time there (01:50), and finishing with the Random Ass Questions segment, with discussions on bringing marimba to the masses, being LGBTQIA+ in the percussion world, buying glasses, student impressions of …
 
Adrian Balfour is the founder of Envorso, a US consulting firm based in Seattle that has worked with the likes of Ford and Microsoft. He’s also an organic sheep farmer, Angel Investor, co-founder of the Major League Rugby and owner of the Seattle Seawolves, a US rugby team coached by Allen Clarke and Rory Best. Previously he created Pcubed, a proje…
 
Stephen F. Austin State University (SFASU) in Texas Percussion Professor Brad Meyer returns to the podcast to talk about getting tenured and promoted and the requirements to do so at his school (02:30), the pandemic and its effects on his teaching (16:30), his stint as Chair of the PAS Health and Wellness Committee and the expansion of idea of well…
 
Welcome to Sport Inspires, a podcast recorded with the Mary Peters Trust and made possible by the Coca-cola Thank you Fund. Today’s episode is with legendary two-weight world champion boxer Carl Frampton who’s recently retired from the sport just a few months ago. Along the way Thomas Kane and Gold Medalist Lady Mary Peters ask Carl about : How ret…
 
Nico van der Horst is the founder of Pride & Pinion: Ireland’s only dedicated luxury watch boutique. Over the last four years, Nico and the team have sourced and sold countless luxury watches for celebrities, collectors, investors and everyday people alike. During lockdown, he and the team started posting videos under the name Nico Leonard — which …
 
Heartland Marimba Founder, Entrepreneur, and Arts Administrator Matthew Coley stops by to talk about the history of Heartland Marima, freelancing, and his background in arts administration (02:25), the many ways the Covid pandemic has affected his life (28:15), growing up in southwest Virginia and the beginnings of his percussion career (37:30), st…
 
Hiya folks. Got another experimental episode for you today — a new segment called 'Three Beers, Three Books' where we bring back two previous guests to chat about their favourite books while trying out a few local beers. To get the ball rolling we asked back James Leckey from Leckey Design and Greg Bradley from BLK BOX. Throw in a few Heaney Craft …
 
C. Alan Publications owner, composer, and percussionist Nathan Daughtrey returns to the podcast to talk about taking over C. Alan Publication, then having to deal with the pandemic (02:15), developing composers, making a pathway into the concert band literature world, and company changes during the pandemic (19:30), the joys of fatherhood and creat…
 
Mícheál O'Rourke is a Psychotherapist from Newry who moved out to Canada with his partner Leah in 2014. He currently works for the University Health Network in Toronto, serving on the leadership team for their mental health programs. In his free time he’s also heavily involved in the Irish Canadian Immigration Centre. In today’s episode we cover: W…
 
Episode 15 guest Jeff Hewitt returns to talk about what’s been going on in his career in the past 5 years (03:45), teaching in the Park Hill School District in Kansas City, Missouri, during a pandemic and getting creative in delivering content (16:!5), unexpectedly teaching high school full time and focusing on your quality of life (34:45), and the…
 
Connie Hunter-Jamison is a partner at StudioStereo, a multi-disciplinary design firm based in East Belfast which she co-founded with her late husband Craig in 2008. Some of her clients include: Madlug Van Morrision Belfast Whiskey Club And many, many more… From hot chocolate start-ups to multi-million-pound tech companies, Connie’s day-to-day is sp…
 
Fisk University’s Thomas Spann, Jr. returns to talk about his Benedict College (SC) undergraduate years (01:40), his master’s degree time at Tennessee State and getting into the church performance scene in Nashville (14:30), touring the world for the U.S. State Department with Blended 328, and interacting with many different cultures (33:20), and t…
 
Welcome to Sport Inspires, a podcast recorded with the Mary Peters Trust and made possible by the Coca-cola Thank you Fund. Today’s episode is with Irish Hockey Captain Katie Mullan, the Coleraine player leading the team to their first-ever Olympic Games. Along the way myself and Gold Medalist Lady Mary Peters ask about : The role team spirit has p…
 
Fisk University (TN) Director of Bands and Percussion Professor/Performer Thomas Spann, Jr. stops by to talk about all of his music activities in and around Nashville (02:30), the Creative Soul Music School (17:15), getting the marching band up and running at Fisk after a 20 year absence (29:05), the legacy of the Fisk Jubilee Singers, along with g…
 
Pamela and Richard Lilburn are the owners of Brookvale Farm, a 100-year old family farm that has been taking County Down by storm after they installed a milk vending machine just a few months ago. It’s where I get my milk, it’s the best milk I’ve ever tasted in Northern Ireland if you like a bit of nostalgia, it even comes in a reusable glass bottl…
 
Percussion Performer and Educator Paige Durr stops by to talk about playing for Six The Musical on a cruise that shut down due to Covid (01:40), teaching in Texas (13:40), getting ready for Girls March 2021 and that time she went to the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade with James Madison University’s band (22:15) growing up in Maryland and her experi…
 
Christine Boyle is the CEO of Senergy, a Belfast-based business bringing the world’s first nanocomposite solar thermal panels to market later this year. Not only is their technology is 50% cheaper and 3-4 times more efficient than other solar options, but they’ve also raised £1.7 million of investment while still retaining 96% ownership (!) In toda…
 
Dr Lucy Tallents is a wildlife conservationist who spent 10 years teaching at Oxford University before launching her environmental e-learning start-up VerdantLearn. After spending many years in the field herself, Lucy’s next adventure is to empower wildlife conservation professionals around the world through VerdantLearn’s collaborative online lear…
 
Stephen Dunn describes himself as “just an ordinary guy” — despite cycling the entire length of Ireland, running marathons and becoming the first environmental consultant in Northern Ireland. After the success of his first business SDS Energy, Stephen and his co-founder Brian have created a new start-up called CarbonFIT: whose sole purpose is to he…
 
Blayne Shaw is an entrepreneur who worked in his family’s fashion business. Toyah Warnock is a Chemistry PhD who worked in a lab. Now they’re co-founders of Lane44: an eco-friendly shaving company who are on a mission to end the 1 billion plastic razors sent to landfill sites each year. In today’s episode we talk about: How the humble yet might saf…
 
Coppell ISD’s Annie Chernow returns to talk about her grad school years at Minnesota-Duluth (03:45), getting to Texas to take Percussion Specialist Positions (14:25), keeping up with self-care, and the high level of burnout that’s has been happening in Texas Percussion (19:15), her experiences as a Woman in the Percussion Field (28:15), and the res…
 
Hey folks. Hope you’re doing well. Just hopping on to give you a quick heads up about an exciting new mini-series we’re rolling out next week… ‘Climate Of Change’ is a five-part podcast series presented in partnership with Ulster Bank featuring Northern Irish start-ups who are tackling the climate challenge. Each episode is an opportunity to discov…
 
Chris Gunning is the Finance Transformation Service lead at Heineken in Amsterdam where he has been living with his family over the last 20 years. Starting off back in Belfast with an Accountancy Degree from Queens, he’s since lived and worked all over the world on every continent — except Antarctica — for Global Tech Companies, Automotive business…
 
Coppell ISD (TX) Director of Percussion Activities Annie Chernow stops by to talk about leading Coppell’s massive percussion program, JV and Varsity Marching Band, and the challenges of Covid-19 (03:00), Coppell hosting the 2021 Girls March (34:30), growing up in New Jersey, her father’s San Juan Music licensing company, and playing in the pit for …
 
Anna and Carl Isaksson are the founders of Hotbox: Northern Ireland’s first ever beach sauna experience. The idea is simple yet utterly genius: what if after a cold plunge in the sea you could cosy into a sauna to sweat it out with your nearest and dearest? In today's episode we talk about: Working for and kissing kings How a gal from NI ended up m…
 
Allen University (SC) Percussion Professor Jovon Milford stops by to talk about his job responsibilities and building a new percussion program (03:00), establishing a percussion identity at Allen and that time the host played a recital at Benedict College (SC) (15:10), getting the job at Allen, his work in high school and elementary programs, and g…
 
Writing "The Russian Specialist" for Dolph Lundgren was a great break, but it wasn’t until Bryan began writing novels and comics like "7 Days From Hell", "Batman and The Outsiders", and ‘Chariot’ that his career took off. Just this week came the announcement of his "Bitter Root" adaptation, to be directed by Regina King. On this episode, Bryan join…
 
Hello and welcome to the Sport Inspires Podcast — a new series in collaboration with The Mary Peters Trust and the Coca-Cola Thank You Fund. Each episode will give you the chance to listen in on conversations with Northern Ireland’s incredible sports men and women on the topics of performance, mental health and life after sport. Our first episode i…
 
Hong Kong-based Percussionist and Educator Matthew Lau stops by to talk about educating his home country on LGBTQ+ rights and concerts there (02:00), being back in Hong Kong as an adult and Covid times there (20:20), growing up in Hong Kong, the school system there, and cultural differences (33:40), his higher education career there and in NY (53:1…
 
Spencer Garrett may have “grown up in the green room” but he is still perfecting his craft with each new performance from "Star Trek" and "Insecure" to "Once Upon a Time In Hollywood". On this episode, Spencer joins Pete to discuss his most memorable turning points, the challenge of manufacturing moments when auditioning, why you should always be o…
 
Ian Browne is an entrepreneur, fellow-Ormeau Baths resident and COO of the Ignite Accelerator Program. He’s spent time in San Francisco, helped launch hundreds of start-ups and has experience building and selling his own. In this week’s episode we talk about: Riding a horse across Cuba Quitting a job to start his own business The start-up ecosystem…
 
On this special Craft Episode, Pete reviews a presentation he put together in 2011 that describes the five stages of production and their guiding principals. With commentary based on what he's learned over the past ten years, Pete discusses the demands on Directors, being honest and using motivation driven direction with talent, recommended reading…
 
Marketing Development Specialist for the Yamaha Corporation Joel Tetzlaff stops by to talk about Yamaha, conferences, pandemic business and video innovations (03:00), his beginnings with Yamaha and discussions of simplicity in design (26:30), growing up in Wisconsin, DCI and MTV, and the manufacturing of materials (51:45), and then we get to the Ra…
 
Jaz Mooney is a publican from Northern Ireland who built-up an insane portfolio of pubs during the Troubles like The Fly bar, Madison’s Hotel, McHugh’s, The Nothern Whig, Ryan’s Bar and Grill, The Kings Head, The Globe Bar, Apartment Bar, The Rotterdam Bar and of course The Botanic Inn (aka The Bot!) After being trained at what became the Universit…
 
Following a brief comment on current events, University of Panama Percussion Professor Carlos Camacho stops by talk about his job responsibilities in percussion and administration (03:30), his compositional career and starting the PAS Chapter for Panama (30:00), growing up in Panama City, discussion of the Panama Canal, and his love of Metallica (4…
 
Originally from Chicago, Carl Seaton learned lessons as an indie filmmaker that have become his biggest superpower as a television Director ("Snowfall", "Batwoman", "The Chi", and more.) On this episode, Carl and Pete get together to discuss their most memorable Murphy’s Law moments, the keys to shadowing a Director on set, the importance of reinve…
 
Hello! Today is a bit of an experimental episode where I catch up with Rob Cantle from the Producer's Club to talk through his favourite Best Of Belfast podcast episodes! The idea is simple: what if every quarter or so, we hop on a pod with a listener to swap notes and stories about some episodes from deep within the archive or the show’s recent pa…
 
Percussionist and Professor Abby Fisher stops by to talk her percussion and non-percussion teaching activities (04:00), working with Nief-Norf and Commissioning for Voice and Percussion (15:00), The Fisher/Lau Project (34:45), growing up outside Chicago, attending musicals, and her cross-country running career (43:30), her undergrad career at Lawre…
 
In an industry built upon long hours and cramped quarters, one of the most important things you can do to prepare for your career is to become the ultimate “dinner guest.” On this episode, Mike joins Pete to talk about how he got his first credit as a cinematographer (in the days before "Mythic Quest" and "You're The Worst",) the logistics that go …
 
Hey friends — bringing something a little different to you today — a slow-cooked conversation with good friend and fellow creative Simon Worthington. We cover a lot of random things in this chat from our Queen's Gambit-inspired chess obsession, skateboarding, writing and early mornings, but the real meat and potatoes of the conversation (starting a…
 
Melinda Leoce (Adams State University) returns to talk about her very long undergrad career at the University of Central Florida and her drum corps years (02:00), her master’s at Florida State (20:25), her work towards her doctorate at Indiana University and her Percussion Methods dissertation project (35:15), and finishes with the Random Ass Quest…
 
Directing may seem like a simple task at first glance, but understanding the behind the scenes work that goes into mastering a creative position is a major step when it comes to success in the craft. In this special Business Episode, Pete Chatmon discusses what Directors make, the expenses Directors incur in order to present themselves professional…
 
Samuel Davidson (1846 – 1921) was an engineer from Belfast who invented the air conditioning fan, brought tea to Northern Ireland and founded Sirocco Works — a manufacturer of machines that employed over 1000 people. He was also a self-taught musician, photographer and world-traveller in a time when ‘a business trip to India’ meant a 66-day journey…
 
Adams State University (CO) Percussion Professor Melinda Leoce stops by to talk about moving in a global pandemic, her dissertation on Percussion Methods, and teaching Music Business (03:00), her previous position teaching at Graceland University (IA), her band background, and her need to use her many Pizza Hut points (24:15), and growing up in GA …
 
After putting together fun family performances at a young age, it didn’t take long for Nzingha Stewart to realize that she could turn her favorite pastime into a full-time career. On this episode, Nzingha sits down with Pete to discuss how she got her start as a music video director for artists including Jay-Z, the importance of not only branding y…
 
Sheree Atcheson is a Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Expert from Sri Lanka/County Tyrone currently living in London! Listed as one of the UK's Most Influential Women in Tech, Sheree (@nirushika) worked for the likes of Deloitte and Monzo before becoming the Global Director Of Diversity and Inclusion at Peakon. Alongside being a regular contributor at…
 
Ever since she was little, Lydia Hodgins has dreamed of working with food (even though the teachers wanted her to study Latin instead). During the lockdown, this dream became a reality when she and her partner Justin launched Local Box — a digital ‘corner shop’ that delivers high-quality NI food to your door. In this episode we caught up with Lydia…
 
University of Texas at Austin Percussion Professor Tom Burritt returns to talk about his undergrad years at Ithaca College and developing the concept of articulation on marimba (04:15), studying with his cousin Mike at Akron (OH) and Northwestern (IL), issues of burnout and keeping the artistic fire alive, and music’s connection to athletics (16:00…
 
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