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Abigail Correu is a singer, songwriter, creator, explorer, and mother who lives in Nashville, Tennessee. I found her on Instagram around 2014/2015 and really appreciated her honest and authentic energy that she shared via the medium. I had wanted to connect with her for Five Questions after following her for a couple of years and finally had the ch…
 
Kevin Avery is a comedian, actor, and writer for TV. He’s written for Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, The Jim Jeffries Show, The New Negroes, VH1’s Best Week Ever, and served as head writer on Totally Biased with W. Kamau Bell. Also with Kamau, he hosts Denzel Washington Is The Greatest Actor Of All Time Period. The title speaks for itself. In …
 
Hammock intertwines musical sub-genres of modern classical, ambient, post-rock, and shoegaze with ease, while consistently walking the fine emotional line between hope and despair. They truly are masters of emotion. Hammock is also regarded in the highest company of similarly influential artists, and their music has been featured in film (Columbus …
 
Elizabeth Traynor is a writer, speaker, and an avid runner based in Boston. At 24 she lost one of her closest friends to cancer, and shortly after broke her hip during a marathon—which caused her to spiral into a deep depression. Despite struggling heavily during that period, she found an outlet through writing about her grief, trauma, and recovery…
 
Jordan Rich is a seasoned veteran of the broadcasting industry and a staple of Boston’s airwaves having worked in the field for nearly forty years. His silky smooth voice that was destined for radio complements his interest in people and their lives. He happens to be a good friend of my dad’s too. The two of them worked in radio together in Boston …
 
Christina Agapakis is a biologist, writer, artist, and a mother of two. She collaborates with engineers, designers, artists, and social scientists to explore unexpected connections between microbiology, technology, art, and popular culture. Christina invited me over to her apartment where we talked about world travel, bias in biochemistry, how fram…
 
Gitamba Saila-Ngita is a product designer who has worked with Google, Apple, Nike, American Express, among other influential entities. He's also a tech-lover, a 90s film fan, and a genuinely gracious and kind-hearted man. Gitamba invited me over to his place just outside of Boston where we talked at length about how surviving cancer (osteosarcoma) …
 
Sophia Moon is an abstract painter, a musician, a loving and conscious mother, and the newest host of CreativeMornings Boston. CreativeMornings is a global organization with chapters in 188 cities who host monthly events geared towards nurturing creativity. Their volunteer teams not only celebrate their city’s creative talent, but also promote an o…
 
Will Dailey is a versatile and award-winning musician based in Boston, Massachusetts whose latest record Golden Walker will be out on June 1st. He is deeply involved with multiple charitable organizations including Farm Aid, Foundation to Be Named Later, and Zumix as well as other local organizations. He's a husband and a father of two, and a genui…
 
Kalmia Traver is the front-woman, co-band leader, and saxophonist for the art-pop-dance band Rubblebucket. She has an equally dynamic solo project called Kalbells which performs with an all female band. She is an avid nature lover having spent her childhood in the woods of Vermont. And most importantly, she's a cancer survivor. I met up with Kal ba…
 
Jeremy Ogusky is an artisan potter whose work can be found in restaurants all over the Boston area. He's also worked extensively in public health in Africa, South America, and the US, is the founder of the Boston Fermentation Festival, met his wife in while working with the Peace Corps in a little country called Lesotho, has a one-year-old son, and…
 
Maria Molteni is a prolific multimedia and performing artist, educator, organizer, and artist-in-residence with the City of Boston whose work has been featured across the globe from Croatia to Colorado, from the Philippines to Pennsylvania, from Brooklyn to Boston. Maria and I met up at her fabulously creative workspace/home in Boston, and had a wo…
 
Karen Jerzyk is a photographer whose trademark is photographing elaborate scenes in abandoned buildings. Her work is often wildly colorful and dynamic and creates a sense of surrealism and chaos with meticulous detail. Karen kindly invited me to her studio where she was designing a set for her latest work. The place was full of antique pieces, dism…
 
Carl Shane is the frontman, primary songwriter, and guitarist for the Boston-based band Kal Marks who's new record, Universal Care, came out on February 23rd. Kal Marks has been called "the loudest band in Boston" by NPR and are on a nationwide tour as you read this. I caught two Kal Marks performances in the span of a couple of weeks and felt comp…
 
Terry Marshall is deeply involved in social justice. He is the founder and strategy architect at Intelligent Mischief, a creative action design lab using culture, narrative and design to hack social change. Terry also founded Streets is Watching and the Hip Hop Media Lab. He is an affiliate trainer and consultant for the Center for Story-based Stra…
 
Kimbra is an award-winning, world-touring musician from New Zealand who's new record Primal Heart is out April 20. She's won a bunch of awards (Grammy, ARIA, APRA, New Zealand Music Awards, etc) and worked with well-known peers (Brian Wilson, Queens of the Stone Age, The Roots, Childish Gambino, Skrillex, Gotye, The Dillinger Escape Plan, among oth…
 
Betsy Schneider is a photographer and filmmaker who explores and documents transformations of individuals and families over time and place. Her work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is featured in collections at the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, The Nelson-Atkins Museum in Kansas City, and the Museet for Fotokunst in Denmark. In…
 
Jasha Klebe is a film and TV composer, former professional gymnast, and a childhood opera singer. Some of his career highlights include The 84th Annual Academy Awards, Winter on Fire: Ukraine's Fight for Freedom, Diana: In Her Own Words, and BBC's Planet Earth II which he co-composed with Jacob Shea, and has worked closely with one of my personal f…
 
John Walsh is a storyteller, an illustrator, and a father. He was selected as one of ten Artists in Residence by the City of Boston for 2016/2017. In this program, artists are supported as agents of reflection, collaboration, and activism, whether through process-oriented practice, direct community engagement, and/or as leaders of system-wide chang…
 
Adam Wasserman is a Flywheel Sports Lead & Master Instructor in New York City. We first met wayyy back in the late-90s at the University of Rhode Island where we attended the theatre program together as acting majors. Many moons went by and both of us took very different paths in our lives before we linked up again. But after years of pursuing our …
 
Victoria McDougal is a public relations coordinator at Style House (a PR firm that focuses on "its responsibility, as women, to market responsibly to women") who lives and works in New York City. Our meeting was sort of an accident: I was originally scheduled to interview Victoria's boss at Style House, but our meeting was cancelled at the very las…
 
Mia Shaikewitz is a TV personality; public speaker; a founding member of Infinite Flow, America's first wheelchair ballroom dance company; survivor of a ruptured arteriovenous malformation (AVM) in her spinal cord; fine artist; and a graphic design, branding, and production specialist. Mia and I met up at a lovely little park in West Los Angeles an…
 
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