Everyone has a story to tell.

A Day’s Work is a podcast about how we spend our time when we’re not with family and friends. Inspired by the landmark work of Studs Terkel, I’m having conversations with everyday people and going beyond the small talk to really explore the deceptively simple question: “So, what do you do?”

Coming in 2021

  • “Jeffery can only be described as a true gentleman and ambassador for the arts, in particular the visual arts. I had the personal pleasure of being interviewed by Jeffery and it was a pleasure in every way. His ability to reveal the positive and the passion from his guests is a true talent and one that I would recommend to anyone.”
    Karl Taylor
  • “Jeffery is one of those rare people who is able to connect with strangers instantly and make them feel like he is an old friend. His natural sense of curiosity is infectious, and the stories he tells are the ones I want to hear.”
    John Keatley
  • “Anyone can ask questions, but the real skill of a talented interviewer is in the relationships. Jeffery has a way of connecting and turning what is so often just a string of unrelated questions into a conversation. His respect and curiosity make him the kind of host I look forward to spending time with.”
    David duChemin


I’m curious by nature – about people, about creativity, about line and shape and color – and my personal and professional pursuits are driven by learning, discovering, imagining, listening, celebrating, and making.

Process Driven

A podcast about creativity and what it means to those who do more than make art.

In Between

Discussions connecting broad conversations to our everyday experiences.


An audio journal of observations and brief reflections around visual arts and creativity.