An artist familiar with the immense power of words, Arielle Estoria builds community by sharing her own struggles through her favorite medium -- poetry. Arielle is a spoken-word poet, speaker and storyteller. On this episode, we talked about the vulnerability that goes into sharing our own art.
Taylor Saxelby is a badass creative fueled by faith and focused on fashion, travel, and lifestyle. We sat down and talked with her about everything from her first passion for dance to navigating the often intensely competitive world of fashion in LA. Taylor is incredibly kind, driven, and all around just a stunning human inside and out. We are stoked to share her story with you all today!
Thomas Brag is one of the cofounders of Yes Theory, a group of four friends from four different countries who constantly seek discomfort in order to grow. They challenge themselves by saying “yes” to adventures that force them to break out of their comfort zone. Our conversation broke through a barrier of vulnerability and said “yes” to opening up.
Ruben Rojas takes plain walls and turns them into inspiration. This week on the show we sat down with him and talked all about his incredible non-profit Beautify Earth whose mission is to inspire art and social responsibility through painting incredible murals all around the world.
This week on the show, we sat down with the wonderful Amanda Slavin. From being an elementary school teacher to the CEO of Catalyst Creativ, Amanda is a mover and shaker. We talked about everything from work/life balance to having friends that lift you up and hold you accountable. We loved having this conversation and hope you enjoy listening to it!
BC Serna has been on an epic adventure, serving the world and storytelling for over a decade. We sat down with him to talk about identity, self-love, travel and so much more. We hope you enjoy this conversation and are able to glean some wisdom from this rad human!
Zach Resnik believes in the power of meaningful conversations. He founded the blog @dreamsoverdrinks to inspire people to bring their grandest visions to life. We sat down with him to talk about his reason for founding DoD and where he is at in his creative process today.
On this episode of Rauthenticity, we sat down with Lizzie Steimer - poet, photographer, and all-around creative. Lizzie recently graduated from college and made the move to Brooklyn, NYC to push forward with her creative aspirations. She also co-founded a powerful social media campaign called #HalfTheStory, which we got to talk to her about in this interview. We hope this conversation inspires you to create something beautiful in your own life today.
Zoom Horvath founded Live A Great Story to inspire people to live their best lives and share their stories with the world. He has created an amazing community of humans that serve as reminders for all of us to live out the lives we believe we’re meant to live.
Alex Radelich takes kindness to a whole new level. After watching a movie several years ago, he was inspired to perform random acts of kindness more often. He founded the organization Explore Kindness to encourage people to infuse kindness into their daily lives. Alex lives in a decked out Explore Kindness RV, where he and his co-founder travel all over the country performing random acts of kindness.
Sarah Cousins expresses her artistic talent through several mediums. From industrial design and photography to graphic design, Sarah lives and breathes creativity. We sat down with her to talk about her decision to drop out of design school and move to NYC, and her most recent passion project – a weekly newsletter curating all the good stuff on the internet.
Alex Lewis has always been inspired by the power of words. After graduating college and delving into the unknown, he realized that he could be a catalyst in helping galvanize people to share the power of words with each other. We sat down to talk to him about his inspiring organization called @carwindowpoetry + the heart that goes into being a poet.
On this episode of Rauthenticity we sat down with Maggie Scanlon, the founder of Eujean, to talk about creating a brand while in college. Eujean provides people with custom painted jean jackets -- a wearable piece of art. Beginning as a summer idea, Maggie bloomed Eujean into a budding and growing company. With inspiration from her parents, childhood, places, and admired brands, she's building her own unique style, one jean jacket at a time. We dive into what it is like to balance a variety of passions, creating while in college, and the power of the people who pour into us.
Today on the podcast we have Jared Fryer, the founder of Cinema Jam, a community of directors, producers and film freelancers centred around a private monthly event. As a network of professionals in the film industry, Cinema Jam provides educational and job opportunities through their social media channels as well as their online magazine The Spread. After going to UCLA, Jared moved to London, England, where Cinema Jam finds its roots today.
We sat down with Lindsay Robb, the manager of communication and ideation for Catalyst Creative, an experience studio geared towards millennials. We talked about the interconnectedness of work and creativity, rather than exclusive and separate binaries. Lindsay shares her experience with fully living an authentic life, in and out of the workplace.
We met with Casey Catelli, a California based portrait photographer and producer, who currently works on the photo team at Airbnb. On this episode we discuss the grey zone of transition and what it means to be a creative during times of change.
On this episode of Rauthenticity we sat down to talk to Sarah Riley about the creative process, her passion for pottery, and general life curiosity post graduation.
We met with the founder of Wabo, a company working to transform how we use and treat our water bottles, to talk about the creative process and how vulnerability plays a huge role in starting a company.