Podcast Episodes — Rod Jones Artist

Season 3 - Episode 2: Nathan Felix - Composer, Producer, and Experimental Film Maker

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Season 3 - Episode 2: Nathan Felix - Composer, Producer, and Experimental Film Maker

 Season 3 - Episode 2: Nathan Felix - Composer, Producer, and Experimental Film Maker In this episode, we speak with Nathan Felix, a Mexican-American composer & producer known for his immersive operas and experimental films. Felix’s music has premiered in Bulgaria, Portugal, Spain, Japan, China, Sweden, Denmark, Mongolia, and the United States and has been featured on the BBC, MTV, NPR, TPR & PBS. Felix often focuses on telling Latinx-themed and minority stories highlighting border issues, underserved communities, and his Hispanic heritage. He shares with us his inspiration, creativity, and how life led him to compose immersive operas and experimental...

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Season 2 - Episode 11: Jill Carlyle - Finding 50 - Rising in Midlife and Belonging to Yourself

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Season 2 - Episode 11: Jill Carlyle - Finding 50 -  Rising in Midlife and Belonging to Yourself

  Season 2 - Episode 11: Jill Carlyle - Finding 50 - Rising in Midlife and Belonging to Yourself Our guest Jill Carlyle, the author of the book "Finding 50" talks about a difficult childhood, rough times as an adult, multiple divorces to becoming a college professor, and a best-selling author. Her painful life as a child to her tumultuous teen-aged years helped to build her tenacity and realize her personal and creative goals in life. She shares with us her very genuine story of how she went from trying to earn her GED in her late 40s to a...

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Season 2 - Ep: 8: Karen Poppy - Hyperconnected to Everything and Everyone

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Season 2 - Ep: 8: Karen Poppy - Hyperconnected to Everything and Everyone

Season 2 - Ep: 8: Karen Poppy - Hyperconnected to Everything and Everyone In Rod & Inci Jones's quest to bring exceptionally interesting and talented people to the Thought Row podcast, they interviewed Karen Poppy. During our interview with Karen, they were given a glimpse into the creativity of poetry and how the lives we lead often influence writing and poetry. Karen Poppy leads a busy life as a practicing attorney and still finds time to follow the creative journey of writing books and poetry. In this episode, Karen shares the earliest childhood recollections of writing, all the way to...

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Season 2 - Ep: 6: Isabelle Knight - Strategies on How to Build Your Brand

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Season 2 - Ep: 6: Isabelle Knight - Strategies on How to Build Your Brand

Season 2 - Ep: 6: Isabelle Knight - Strategies on How to Build Your Brand Learning to promote yourself and create visibility online is no easy feat. There are so many avenues of promoting your brand or business and it can be confusing and overwhelming. In this episode, Rod & Inci Jones talk with Isabelle Knight a PR & Brand Strategist and Senior Publicist. She shares proven strategies on how to build a brand for artists, writers, actors, musicians, and just about everyone who needs to have more visibility in the public eye. You will learn some valuable advice that...

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Season 2 - Ep: 3 - Leslie Travers - International Opera Stage Designer Shares his Creative Journey

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Season 2 - Ep: 3 - Leslie Travers - International Opera Stage Designer Shares his Creative Journey

    Season 2 - Ep: 3 - Leslie Travers - International Opera Stage Designer Shares his Creative Journey Rod and Inci interview one of the most influential Stage Designers in the world of opera and other stage productions Leslie Travers. UK-based Leslie Travers Stage Designer shares his amazing creative journey from his first creative thoughts as a child all the way to building some massive kinetic opera sets. He also discusses his role in developing the costumes and lighting. From his initial understanding of opera, he transfers what he hears into a form of visual beauty. If you have...

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