Often, my WILT subjects are people I've never met or spoken to before our interview. So it was an awesome change of pace to talk to my old boss/coworker from college Kyle Monhollen. I feel like I learned more about him in this interview than I did working with him for three years, which tells... Continue Reading →
Desaree Deckard was a really interesting and lovely WILT subject. She put together a great playlist and also gave great advice to creatives looking to balance their projects with full-time work. Learn more about her in my TUBE. Magazine article.
I enjoyed my interview with Benjamin Bradley, which was over the phone, a rarity for me these days. I actually spoke to Bradley in the summer but we had to push his WILT back because of our editorial calendar, so I'm really glad his interview is finally here. Read all about him and his awesome... Continue Reading →
The last time I spoke to Jay Siren, she was planning the finale to her burlesque troupe the Sizzling Sirens, now she's got a whole new project that's bound to make a big splash in Sacramento's art scene. Read all about her and the project in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
I was blown away by how much musician, wrestler, and TV host Danny Reynoso does. It was a true pleasure to work with him and I am really happy we are featuring him in this month's WILT. Learn all about him in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Patrick Hills, the mind behind Earth Tone Studios in Sacramento and this month's WILT subject, brought us a pretty awesome behind the scenes look at music in his interview. Read all about him in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
It was nice to go a little outside the usual WILT mold and interview skate shop owner Melody White of Boulevard Skate Shop in Sacramento. Learn all about her and check out her great WILT playlist in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
I learned a lot doing this interview including, what UK82 and Oi! were, the non-racist origins of skinheads, and some great new songs to listen to. Read all about it in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
I had a great time talking to Stephanie Longoria, coordinator of the Crocker Museum ArtMix and an even better time listening to her WILT playlist. Check it out in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Ean Clevenger is one of the few people who, based on the number of jobs they hold down, I come close to believing when they tell me they're a vampire. The DJ, beer bike manager, substitute teacher, web content developer, singer of Creux Lies, founder of promotion company Lull Presents, and this month's WILT curator,... Continue Reading →