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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 20: Can We Accept it Graciously?
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Deep Natter 20: Can We Accept it Graciously?

Last week, we released a show that seems to be resonating with quite a few of you. In fact, we’ve received more feedback on that episode than any other episode we’
Deep Natter 19: What Does Fear Serve?
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Deep Natter 19: What Does Fear Serve?

This episode wasn’t meant to be an episode. It started as one of our pre-show chats — Sean and I just talking before we jumped into what we had actually planned to
Deep Natter 18: Always Be a Beginner
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Deep Natter 18: Always Be a Beginner

In this episode, Sean and I are talking about output, not in terms of what we produce, but how the work I’ve recently dipped my toes into the world of synthesizers,
Existential Latency (w/Bill Wadman)
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Existential Latency (w/Bill Wadman)

One of the things I love about talking to Bill Wadman is that even when we don’t talk for a while, the banter and chemistry that was the heart of On
Deep Natter 17: Starting at Zero
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Deep Natter 17: Starting at Zero

In this episode, Sean and I are talking about output, not in terms of what we produce, but how the work we make is presented to an audience. For example, are you
Deep Natter 16: Looking Behind the Curtain
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Deep Natter 16: Looking Behind the Curtain

In this episode, Sean and I are talking about meeting our heroes and how the outcome of those meetings can often affect how we are able to see and connect with the
Deep Natter 15: It’s All Deliberate
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Deep Natter 15: It’s All Deliberate

In this episode, Sean and I are talking about a photo essay that raised some interesting questions for each of us, such as how do you respond to an artist’s newer
Deep Natter 14: Stepping Back to Move Forward
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Deep Natter 14: Stepping Back to Move Forward

A few episodes back, Sean and I were talking about social media and Sean mentioned that Ben Horne, who is a terrific large format landscape photographer I spoke to on Process Driven 41,
Deep Natter 13: If You Can Predict It, It Doesn’t Work
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Deep Natter 13: If You Can Predict It, It Doesn’t Work

In this episode of Deep Natter, Sean and I are continuing a previous discussion about finding our why around the things we make. Sometimes, it’s easy to lose our way
Deep Natter 12: It’s Really Not That Social
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Deep Natter 12: It’s Really Not That Social

In this episode of Deep Natter, one of Sean’s Instagram accounts got hacked, which has us talking about to what degree we’re comfortable relying on social media platforms as the
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