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The path to success is rarely a straight line. And the path to success as a creative professional? That line tends to be especially squiggly. In the new series, Journey of an Artist, singer-songwriter and poet, Emmeline, talks to creatives from all walks of life about their passions, their paths, and the persistence they’ve employed to reach a point of professional and personal fulfillment. Emmeline sits down with voice actors, poets, dancers, musicians, graphic designers, stylists, and more ...
 
The Adventures of Sir Rodney the Root is a new fantasy audio-comedy about the misadventures of a knight named Gilbert just trying to do the right thing. Unfortunately, he's been saddled with a rag-tag group of companions: a fabulous elf mage, an ambitious human princess, a sassy dwarf thief, a bizarre human child, a stoner unicorn... and a root named Sir Rodney. Will they complete their convoluted fetch-quest and restore Rodney to human form? Or will they end up in way more trouble than they ...
 
Have you ever wondered how a song is made? How it starts? What happens during the recording process? How does an idea become that beautiful, 3-minute thing you hear on the radio? In Journey of a Song, singer-songwriter and host Emmeline takes the audience on a tour of a musician's creative process, from the first notes to the final recorded song. Each week, a different songwriter pulls back the curtain on a favorite composition, beginning with an acoustic version of the song and ending with ...
 
Known for their down-to-earth conversations, each week, artist Laura Horn and husband, Richie, share their experience of making art, running a business and juggling family life. Join them as they talk about the hot topics facing artists today. From finding your style to navigating social media, this podcast is packed with relatable stories and practical strategies to help you grow as an artist.
 
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This week, Richie and I answer your questions. You’ll hear personal stories including how we met, whether we always wanted children and what’s been the hardest part of our journey so far. We also share business tips on areas such as Facebook advertising and getting started with teaching. One thing you’ll notice is that things are always changing. B…
 
Can you still grow on Instagram? Is it worth starting a YouTube Channel? When should you leave your day job? Is your art biz covid-proof? Just a few things that come up in today’s chat about making an income from your art. We have talked about this topic many times but these are our latest thoughts and tips taking into account how the world and soc…
 
"God did not create you to create by yourself." - Charlie Wendell. Do you have a heart for service? Do you feel called to make a difference? Are you letting the fear of mistakes or inadequacy keep you from doing what you love? This episode of Journey of an Artist is for you! University of North Texas and Full Sail University alumna Charlie Wendell …
 
I wasn’t sure what to call this week’s episode as we chat about so many things. Yoga, social anxiety, the progress I have been making on my paintings, accounting, books, Netflix - it’s a mixed bag! Then it came to me. While I haven’t been painting as much lately, my life has felt rich with creativity. I’ve had time to discover new passions and I ha…
 
"Even if our precious truths are torn and tattered, love will still be love." Life is hard and complicated. Figuring out why we're here is hard and complicated. Even when we know why we're here, imposter syndrome can plague us, keeping us from answering our calling. In "Nothing Else Matters," songwriter Christine Hand reminds us that everything don…
 
This week, Richie and I are chatting about creative confusion. Sometimes you can think you have your art figured out and then lo and behold you are back at square one, uncertain about where you are heading and what direction you want to take. I have been experiencing this over the past week or two, so it was good to unpack it with Richie. We talk a…
 
"If someone has to tell you to give them more, something is wrong." - Jim Greene Calling all fans of broadcast media and aspiring sports broadcasters! In this episode, Emmeline sits down with the tireless hustler Jim Greene. Graphics Coordinator for the American Airlines Center and AT&T Stadium in Dallas, TX, Jim is a veteran of sports broadcasting…
 
"Am I crazy for thinking we could make it, baby?" When does excitement and attraction become unhealthy infatuation? What is the line between a crush and an obsession? In "(I'm) Crazy," pop artist Vanalika Shan explores these questions in dreamy, vibe-y detail, using a driving beat and enchanting harmonies to obscure what she calls an "ethereal nigh…
 
"[Writing] helped keep me grounded and connected and able to keep on emotionally." - Rachael Warecki. Are you an aspiring writer? A professional writer? Do you have a deep desire to share your stories with the world? This episode is for you! Emmeline sits down with award-winning, published author Rachael Warecki to talk about the practices that hel…
 
In today’s episode, Richie and I chat about showing up when you don’t feel like it. This topic came about because I really didn’t feel like recording a podcast! We also talk about our very different personalities and how they gel in our business as well as our relationship. It’s a short episode but a good one! I hope you really enjoy it. Find the s…
 
Even if you have been painting for years, a new canvas or series can be daunting. This week, Richie and I chat about getting started. This includes surface preparation, studio-set-up and facing the blank canvas (or in my case, wooden boards). While we share tips and ideas for getting prepared and setting up your space, we also talk about the value …
 
"Everyone has a little bit of what someone else needs." With these words, Portland-based soul/Americana artist Karyn Ann begins a slow, meditative exploration of what it means to truly be receptive to our communities and the world around us. Commissioned for the award-winning independent short film, Second Story, "Wasting Time" advocates letting go…
 
This is a conversation about tea that tastes like dusty flowers, hipsters on YouTube, the lost art of reading books and the wonders of bamboo clothing! It’s a humorous take on a serious topic - stress. Over the past few months, I have been exploring different ways to reduce stress and tension in my daily life. I’ve tried meditation, journaling, rea…
 
"There are no menial jobs if you can learn from them." - Tigrilla Gardenia. In this episode, Emmeline sits down with nature-inspired mentor and leadership coach, Tigrilla Gardenia. A veteran of Microsoft, Real Networks, and Cirque du Soleil, Tigrilla talks about how her passion for engineering and her love for music have led her down a winding, fru…
 
"You can always reinvent yourself." - Veronica Young In this episode, Emmeline sits down with Deep Ellum Community Association board member and Dallas/Fort Worth radio veteran Veronica Young to talk about Veronica's unconventional path to success as an emcee and radio personality. Veronica shares her lifelong passion for local music, her enthusiasm…
 
"Hey, mama, can we slow down?" With these words, sung in a soft and delicate falsetto, David Tribble asks the question that most of us have been asking ourselves for the past year and a half. Being human is hard, and messy, and full of uncertainty—but there is a lot of joy to be found in the moments where we pause, breathe, look around us, and take…
 
This week, Richie and I reflect back on the ‘Redefining Success Series’ and share what we have learned. You’ll hear how Richie is incorporating an idea from each interview into his daily routine. Meanwhile, I talk about creating simple self-care habits, shifting my mindset in relation to marketing and feeling ready to try something new in my art. W…
 
This week is the last interview in the 'Redefining Success Series' and I am chatting with UK artist Angela Terris! Angela shares the story of how she moved away from digital art and embraced her childhood dream of becoming a fine artist. The conversation includes wonderful tips for loosening up, making art regularly and finding your own style. We a…
 
"Couldn't heal much, 'cause I faked I was okay." With these words, animated duo YES NO YES begin to tell the story of complicated young love. Their lyrics explore the inevitability of change, the non-linear process of getting to know someone, and the faith it takes to stay together against a soundscape of upbeat electro-pop. In this episode, YES NO…
 
Creativity requires risk. It’s a given. There are times when things are going to feel scary. But on the other side of scary, you’ll find GROWTH and CONFIDENCE. My guest today is UK artist, Emmeline Webb. These days, Emmeline works full-time in her studio making vibrant mixed media artworks while her daughter, Maisie, runs her art gallery in Hitchin…
 
"I see clearly that I'm not okay." These words--so clearly, vulnerably, and fearlessly articulated--break "Sea Song" wide open, beginning the chorus and delineating the moment of reckoning when we finally choose to acknowledge our problems and begin the arduous, rewarding process of healing. In this episode, Emmeline sits down with Puerto Rican nat…
 
Stefanie Stark didn’t start creating until later in life, after years and years of wanting to paint. Once she started there was no turning back. It wasn’t long before Stefanie was exhibiting her work in shows, galleries and art fairs across the US and even internationally. In this episode, Stefanie talks about dealing with art rejection, making bad…
 
"If we always are trying to make today's performance or today's work a little bit better than yesterday, there's no way for us to get complacent at what we're doing." - Brian Schexnayder. In this episode, Emmeline sits down with Julliard alum and former baritone soloist for the Metropolitan Opera, Brian Schexnayder. They talk about Brian's time at …
 
"Don't let what we have fall prey to a shallow society." Set against a soundscape of feel-good R&B, these words highlight the extent of what Quentin Moore strives to offer in "You Forgot Your Heart." Part social commentary, part old-fashioned heartbreak anthem, "You Forgot Your Heart" takes the listener as deep as they'd like to go. Those looking f…
 
We spend so much of our lives trying to fit in and make others happy. Often it can leave very little energy or space for our own art. The art that we truly want to make. In this week’s podcast, my guest, Simone Linehan, talks about letting go of people-pleasing and embracing her love of quirky faces even though they aren’t everyone’s cup of tea. We…
 
"Why am I the same?" This poignant question serves as a haunting, thought-provoking conclusion to "Houston," the coming-of-age ballad off of Billy Law's brand new album, Alone Somewhere. Billy's sparse musical rendering emphasizes the loneliness of one's early twenties, when the shift from college life to adulthood forces a sort of personal reckoni…
 
When Kiala Givehand launched her first online poetry course, one student signed up. While it wasn’t the result she was hoping for, the relationship she built with that student shaped what was to come. Since then, Kiala has created over 100 courses and helped women all over the world to find what makes them happy. Her work is the culmination of many…
 
"Make sure your why is not tied to what the world expects of you." - Jackie Gibbons. In this episode, Emmeline sits down with Jackie Gibbons, a fitness and life coach and one half of the indie music sensation, The Gibbonses. Jackie gets real and candid about the ramifications of COVID for the music business; how passions can change; and how her own…
 
"How do you stop a good guy with a gun?" This poignant question concludes the chorus of Chris J. Norwood's brand new single off of his forthcoming album, I Am Not Cool. In "Good Guy with a Gun," Chris tells the deceptively simple story of a gun owner who followed all of the rules, lived as a family man, and still met an untimely demise. In this con…
 
In this episode, Emmeline sits down with Mav Traxx, the Chief of Artist Development at Dallas Music Network and the CEO and Founder of MTI Music Solutions. Mav talks about getting his start in the music industry, the drive to follow his passion, and his strong desire to help new artists navigate the rocky terrain of the entertainment business. He a…
 
My guest today is Swedish mixed media artist, Jenny Grant. When I reflected back on this conversation, there was one beautiful overarching theme. I can sum it up in one word - FEELINGS! Jenny talks about getting quiet and listening to your inner voice, taking risks and embracing the ugly phase of making art. We also chat about mountain bike riding,…
 
"You're a con artist selling works of art to an unsuspecting girl in exchange for her heart." With these words, the narrator of "Romeo" points a sure finger at the world's most well-known romantic hero. In "Romeo," the young alternative pop artist Taylor Davidson flips Shakespeare's story on its head, arguably delineating the journey of Rosaline as…
 
Leana Fischer discovered her love of painting in 2013 when she left her job as an architect and moved from Virginia to Arkansas. While Leana was in-between jobs she had a bit of time or as Leana calls it ‘white space’. She broke out her watercolour paints and quickly realised that this was what she really wanted to do. In 2014 she opened her online…
 
In this episode, Emmeline sits down with Scott Currie, a film industry veteran who has worked on award-winning films like Philadelphia, Beloved, and Up Close & Personal. Scott graciously shares stories about his time in the movie industry, how he's managed to find work as a location scout and producer, how valuable mentorship can be in entertainmen…
 
This week, the ‘Redefining Success Series’ continues. My Guest is Helen Hallows, a mixed media artist based in the UK. Helen has a deep love of nature and it shows in the way that she uses paint, collage and stitch to capture the essence and mood of a place. In this episode, Helen talks about building creative confidence, using sketchbooks as 'proc…
 
I’ve been itching to share this conversation! Today is the first interview in the ‘Redefining Success Series’ and I am chatting with Atlanta-based artist, Christina Kwan. Christina is well known for her abstract and floral works on paper as well as her large-scale murals. She has recently reached the point where art is her main career. In the episo…
 
Running a creative business is a lot like painting, sometimes you have to take things too far to know your limits. This week, Richie and I chat about this and why our 3-week break turned into 3 months. You'll hear our perspectives on burnout as well as the flipside - What happens when you slow down too much and become isolated and disengaged? We al…
 
"The sun gently lays the valley's burden down." With these words, Rob Case begins to paint a beautiful picture of the untamed New Mexico terrain that serves as the stage for his childhood memories--and emphasizes the freedom he felt when traveling there. In his image-laden song "Homeplace," Rob strives to convey to his audience the wild world in wh…
 
"You can quickly lose sight of who you are when all you identify with is your art." - Margot Martin. In this episode, Emmeline sits down with the insightful and inspiring Margot Martin. An alumna of the Pacific Northwest Ballet in Seattle, Washington and a founding member of the Carolina Ballet, Margot ultimately left a career in performance to cre…
 
"In this life, I will survive." In "Anxiety," one of the tracks from her brand new album M.I.A., R&B songstress Karri articulates the struggle to find motivation and purpose amidst the chaos. Singing against the soothing soudscape of an a acappella chorus, Karri shares the inner monologue of someone who is trying desperately to claw her way out of …
 
"Where are you going?" This poignant question marks the beginning of the chorus to Joe Savage's new song, "First Sight of Danger," from his new record, El Camino. Marked by a familiar but restless bass line and a driving country guitar, "First Sight of Danger" explores the concept of finding one's footing. In this episode, Joe and Emmeline talk abo…
 
"Have I got time up my sleeve?" With these words, Dallas-based singer-songwriter Tusing concludes "Up My Sleeve," the second single from his new album, Driving to the Game. In "Up My Sleeve," Tusing expresses and examines the push and pull of time and the core fear therein that motivates so many of us into and out of relationships, dreams, and real…
 
"The only thing on my mind is gravity; I need levity, and I need the answers why." With these lyrics, Denton-based pop phenomenon Zeke Forever turns "fade." featuring rap artists Global Octopus into much more than a catchy vibe. With thoughtful lyrics and compelling vulnerability, Zeke gives voice to the frustration of uncertainty in a year where u…
 
"Trying to keep a peaceful mind is like trying to catch the moonlight." With these words, Hightower launches the chorus of "Treading Water," a raw and honest depiction of the attempt to navigate the moments of preparation or stagnation in life. Written and produced during the pandemic, "Treading Water" is art reflecting life, delineating the journe…
 
"There's so much that people are missing out on because people are dying with their dreams." - Shailaun. In this episode, Emmeline sits down with model, actress, and singer Shailaun. They discuss Shailaun's journey to self-love and self-acceptance, how "spread love" has become the message of her life, and how that message manifests on her brand new…
 
"Where are you running off to now?" With this playful yet poignant question, Cat McGee begins her complex composition about the importance of taking time to be present, to reflect, and to share in the spaces between the hustle and bustle of daily life. In this episode, Cat talks about how and why "Don't Rush Me" has two versions--one fast and teasi…
 
"You don't get to be lonely." With these words, Vanalika begins exploring the social ramifications of the term "lonely"--how we use it, how we wield it, and how its meaning changes as we amass experience. A deeply introspective songwriter with pop savvy and affection, Vanalika uses a poignant subject and a palatable pop beat to start an important c…
 
"I want to continue to create space for artists to share their gifts." - Beverly Perry In this episode, Emmeline sits down with the Oklahoma-based singer-songwriter and artist advocate, Beverly Perry. A songwriter since age eight and a voracious fan of music, Beverly now serves as Executive Director of Dallas Music Network, a non-profit organizatio…
 
"These Ozark mountains, Ozark kin; they hide their secrets, old as sin." With these words, Jenni Mansfield Peal sets the scene for her haunting child ballad, "Two Sisters." The song's delicate minor soundscape unfolds like the white river mist Jenni describes, a dark and contemplative space for one sister to share her resentments, her anger, and he…
 
“I get that fear is a beautiful catalyst for a lot of things, but for me personally, it was holding me back.” - Maggie Welch. In this episode, Emmeline sits down with Maggie Welch, an alumna of Southern Methodist University and the CEO and founder of MW Creative LLC, a tech implementation agency that focuses on digital strategy and design. A writer…
 
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