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Process Driven

Process Driven

Deep-dive conversations with creators from a wide range of disciplines to talk not only about what and how, but also why. Click the button below to listen to one of my favorite episodes or click here for the show archive.

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Deep Natter

Deep Natter

Purposeful conversations with Sean Tucker that explore the philosophical and practical sides of creativity and making. Click the button below to listen to one of my favorite episodes or click here for the show archive.

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Iterations

Iterations

Solo observations and reflections, mostly around visual arts and creativity — my inner monologue caught on tape. Click the button below to listen to one of my favorite episodes or click here for the show archive.

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Deep Natter 29: Be Deliberate
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Deep Natter 29: Be Deliberate

In this episode, we’re talking some of the ways Covid has changed how we view, experience, and interact with art — specifically the collective or shared experience that can occur seeing movies,
Deep Natter 28: Fancy Gambling
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Deep Natter 28: Fancy Gambling

In this episode, we’re talking about the importance of physical spaces and how they can influence how and even what we make. We also take the plunge into talking a little
Stuck on the Hedonic Treadmill (w/Bill Wadman)
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Stuck on the Hedonic Treadmill (w/Bill Wadman)

If you were an On Taking Pictures listener, you probably knowhow my conversations with Bill Wadman go. If this is your first one, you’re in for a treat. As is often
Deep Natter 27: What’s the Actual Problem?
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Deep Natter 27: What’s the Actual Problem?

In this episode, Sean and I talk a bit about the past year and what we’re each looking forward to in 2022, which is deeper meaning and connection in the work we
Deep Natter 26: It’s More Complicated Than That
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Deep Natter 26: It’s More Complicated Than That

In this episode, we talk a about collaboration and some of the difficulties around bringing in another pair of eyes or another set of hands to help bring our vision to life.
Deep Natter 25: A Problem With Comparison
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Deep Natter 25: A Problem With Comparison

In this episode, we get our very first voice memo from a listener and it’s a terrific question around something that I think most, if not all, of us have struggled
Deep Natter 24: Connecting the Dots
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Deep Natter 24: Connecting the Dots

I want to take just a minute to thank you — for listening, yes, but especially since episode 19 so many of you have written in to share some of the things that you
Deep Natter 23: You Don’t Have to Tell a Story
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Deep Natter 23: You Don’t Have to Tell a Story

In this episode, we begin with a conversation around aesthetics in art and how aesthetics sometimes gets overlooked or even dismissed in favor of narrative. We also talk about some of the
Deep Natter 22: Carving Out Spaces to Connect
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Deep Natter 22: Carving Out Spaces to Connect

In this episode, we’re talking about the importance of ritual in making and how various rituals — both conscious and subconscious — appear in our lives. We also talk about the value of
Deep Natter 21: Everything in its Right Place
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Deep Natter 21: Everything in its Right Place

Welcome to Deep Natter. This week, we’re talking about recognizing our own good, seeing patterns in the creative chaos of work that we make, and some absolutely beautiful thoughts from Sean
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