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Yearly Archives: 2011

LCP s01e10 – Season 1 wrapup – three months of creative output

The final podcast of season 1. I talk about some of the creative things I’ve been doing over the last three months, the highs and the lows, what I’ve learned along the way, and what I plan to do differently in the coming months. Random notes: Attempts at live standup comedy. Live music. Hiding […]

LCP s01e09 – Ibarionex Perello – photography and podcasting

In this episode I chat with Ibarionex Perello, a photographer, writer, teacher and podcaster. He hosts one of my favorite podcasts ever, The Candid Frame, and was a big inspiration for this very podcast project. Notes: A professional photographer who writes and teaches, or a professional writer and teacher of photographer? Worked out how […]

LCP s01e08 – John Nations – comedy and juggling

In this episode I talk to a fellow juggler and entertainer John Nations. We touch on street shows, but concentrate mostly on our ideas about comedy and juggling, and our comedic influences, and we rant quite a bit about the things we hate about other professional comedians. Random notes: Escaping the juggling wasteland of […]

LCP s01e07 – Experimental song writing podcast

In this episode I have no guest, just my guitar and a midi keyboard. I write a song from scratch, called “By The End (song for Abdi Bile)” and I take you along for the ride. Warning! This is an experimental podcast, which may or may not be entertaining or exciting. But it’s something […]

LCP s01e06 – Gregg Margarite – two generalists in conversation

Gregg Margarite is creative in many different fields, and so am I. We didn’t get into the specifics of any creative field, but had a great discussion about being someone trying to make their way in a world that likes to put people in boxes. Links: – glass art by Henner Schroder, with […]

LCP s01e05 – Bram Dobbelaere – on developing shows

This is the first recording I made for this podcast project. I had a good time chatting with Bram, just like always, and of course I talked a lot more than I first planned during the discussion. The reason I didn’t put this episode out first is that the sound quality isn’t great. We […]

LCP s01e04 – Brandon Palas – comic book artist

In this episode I chat with Brandon Palas, a professional comic book artist. I asked him to draw a self-portrait sketch to include in this blog post (see above). I’ve not got much to add here, except that Brandon’s dreamed-of web comic project is starting slowly. He said in the podcast “I don’t have […]

LCP s01 e03 – Nat Osborn – a musician in New York

In this episode I have a long conversation with Nat Osborn, a musician living and working in New York. I hung out with him a few times last year, as explained in the podcast, and wanted to get his thoughts and views and ideas on record. Here’s a music video of his from last […]

LCP s01e02 – David Friedman – photographer, blogger, inventor.

In this episode I have a long conversation with David Friedman. David is a photographer, blogger, and inventor, with a lot of crossover between these different creative strands. I was aiming for an hour-long podcast, but on my last question, David took off on an enthusiastic tangent about an almost completely disconnected project, which […]

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LCP s01e01 – Introduction to Luke and the podcast project

It begins! This is episode 1 of the podcast, in which I introduce myself, talk about talking about creativity, and explain the concept behind the concept. Enjoy!

New blog, new podcast, new project!

Hello! I’m Luke, and this is the home for a little project I’m working on at the moment. It’s a podcast where I have conversations with interesting people about living a creative life. So far I have about 10 episodes ready to go. I’ll be releasing them over the next 10 weeks. After that? Then […]