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April 17, 2021 - In the last few years, I've gotten back into watching ice skating, thanks largely in part to the incredible On Ice Perspectives, aka Jordan Cowan. He's a retired skater who has revolutionized the way skating fans can see their favorites on the ice (check out his YouTube and Instagram accounts). We chatted about his start in skating…
 
February 5, 2021 - It's been a while since my last podcast (thanks Covid), so to celebrate my first podcast of 2021, I did a special full length conversation with the one and only Mary Vogt, costume designer for many movies I love, including Crazy Rich Asians. She and I had a blast chatting away over the phone about how she got her start, some of t…
 
July 16, 2020 - As a fan of J. Wilkes Wines, it was a pleasure to learn a little about the history of wine and how it's made with J. Wilkes Wines winemaker Wes Hagen. In addition to being a fantastic guest on this podcast, he also hosts his own tri-weekly show (Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays at 5pm Pacific) that can be found on his Instagram, Fac…
 
July 3, 2020 - I became a fan of cosplayer Duy Truong (check out his Facebook and Instagram) after seeing him cosplay as Yuri!!! on ICE character Yuri Katsuki, and have been following him ever since. We had the opportunity to chat about his work as a cosplayer and costume designer, as well as touch on his love of haute couture fashion.…
 
June 10, 2020 - A mere day after the release of Darynda Jones' latest story in the Charley Davidson series, The Graveyard Shift, she and I had a lovely little chat about the story. We talked about the lead character of the story, Garrett Swopes, some of the plot of the story (there is a small spoiler alert), the teaser for the next story in the ser…
 
For the first time ever, I'm posting a podcast on my talent's birthday! Happy 22nd, Nam! May 14, 2020 - I enjoyed a phone call with Canadian figure skater Nam Nguyen in which we discussed how the Covid-19 pandemic has changed his training for ice skating, how he keeps from spreading himself too thin, and more.…
 
*DISCLAIMER* This was recorded BEFORE Covid-19 caused the cancellation of pretty much everything this year. As such, the closing question and comments about San Diego Comic-Con no longer apply. January 27, 2020 - I sat down with Loryn Stone, the co-creator of the brand new Toon Con, which took place in November 2019. It's one of the most intimate a…
 
October 12, 2019 - While attending L.A. Comic Con, I had the chance to sit down and chat with the one and only Maurice LaMarche about several of the shows he's previously worked on, including Animaniacs, Pinky & the Brain, Futurama, and more. On top of that, we discussed Rob Paulsen (and his new book Voice Lessons), the 2020 Hulu revival of Animani…
 
July 20, 2019 - While walking through the floor at San Diego Comic-Con International, I happened to discover the one and only Stephen Silver in his booth! I know him from his work on Kim Possible and Danny Phantom, both shows that were integral to my teen years. We talked about both shows, SDCC turning 50, and more.…
 
Sometimes, the interviews I do are a bit long for my standard podcast. Such was the case when I had a phone interview with the legendary voice director Andrea Romano on November 27, 2017. I've been thinking about releasing the entire interview, and in light of San Diego Comic-Con's 50th event taking place next week, I am sharing the complete conver…
 
December 31, 2018 - In two weeks, the final Charley Davidson book, Summoned to Thirteenth Grave, will be released. As it's the end of my favorite series, I had to sit and chat with Darynda Jones, the creator of this fantastic set of books. We had a great time chatting about this book and what's coming next for her.…
 
July 22, 2018 - This year's Comic-Con was an entirely different experience for me as I was working throughout the convention and didn't have much time to see and chat with my friends. It's also the last time I'll see my friend Dino Andrade in his usual booth, as he's decided to retire the booth. As such, we reminisced about previous years of SDCC a…
 
March 13, 2018 - When I spoke to Doug Jones at Dark Delicacies in December, it was just prior to The Shape of Water getting its full US release (though limited release had already begun). Now, with four Oscar wins, including Best Picture under its belt, I caught up with Doug once again at the Dark Delicacies signing for the release of the film's no…
 
December 7, 2017 - Mindy Johnson is an incredible professor as well as an expert on the history of women in animation. I was lucky enough to take one of her classes, and in that time, her new book Ink & Paint: The Women of Walt Disney's Animation was published. It's absolutely fascinating, and I was lucky enough to interview her about her work on i…
 
November 27, 2017 - Not everyone will immediately recognize the name Andrea Romano, but if you've watched cartoons including Animaniacs, Pinky & the Brain, Static Shock, Avatar: The Last Airbender, and a lot of the DC universe cartoons, the show you watched was heavily influenced by her. Andrea is one of the best known voice directors in entertainm…
 
October 28, 2017 - While attending Stan Lee's LA Comic Con, I ended up meeting Seldon Young, the executive producer of The Swan Princess movies. As a huge fan of the movies, it was a thrill to ask about his contributions to the franchise as well as about some of the talent he's worked with for them.By Isis Nocturne
 
September 17, 2017 - While attending Son of Monsterpalooza, I ran into Sven Granlund, a makeup artist who makes the pieces used on set to bring character makeups to life. He's currently best known for being part of the team behind Deadpool, and shared a story about his work on the film (which includes Ryan Reynolds) as well as some details about up…
 
August 19 2017 - After attending my first ever Shakespeare in the Park at Griffith Park, I spoke with Independent Shakespeare Company's managing director, David Melville, about the current production of The Two Gentlemen of Verona. The show will continue to run Wednesdays through Sundays at 7 PM until September 3. You can learn more here: http://ww…
 
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