Candid talks with Tyson and the kids about boys, secret journals, streaks, celebrity wedding planners, the sea and space, a substitute science teacher named Kevin + much much more. *
Jacob Jonas gives Tyson a crash course on the artistic discipline of dance + choreography, starting from his beginnings with the Calypso Tumblers and being a street artist, through building his own dance company and more. *
Photographer and Sr. Product Manager at Adobe shares his excitement about mobile photography, accompanying software + picture editing tools and how they meet and marry with traditional cameras and beyond. *
Tyson is back to chat with mother, photographer, and founder of Tiny Atlas Quarterly, Emily Nathan about wearing many hats, their photo trip together to Tahiti and her 6 year old son Otto's insane record collection. *
Emily drills down on becoming a homeowner, ants in the pants, shooting with Eleanor + creative lists for a rainy day. *
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Tyson has a stopover with Jordan Bellamy, AKA Jorby--Filmmaker and Co-Founder of WELD, a co-working collective of freelance artists. Conversations range from being airdropped solo into a remote non-english speaking village in Ethiopia to the The Truman Show, all the while waxing existential on the parameters of audience, isolation, and community. *
Photographer Lauren Randolph (aka Lauren Lemon) and Tyson discuss working with brands and making the freelance life work while staying true to yourself.
Also: colors! colors! colors!
Lauren's favorite, her father's hair (+ beard) and the Berlin underground. *
On only their second meeting ever, Tyson and Kyle explore Dallas, gun violence, religion + politics as well as what supporting the arts looks like today and navigating client relationships. *
Tyson and Steve dive into Street Dreams, shooting on the streets, video games, Steve’s unique way with captions and an intense near death experience that had a strong impact on Irby's overall approach to life. *
In addition to discussing Josh's diverse experience with the creative process, Tyson and Josh touch on an array of topics to include: the city of Pittsburgh, violence in sports and a glimpse at what it's like living with a parent who is stricken with dementia. *
A car accident caused her a life of unimaginable pain but Nashville-based designer and stylist Ruthie Lindsey is the cheeriest person you could ever meet. *
Lyon Porter used to be a minor league hockey player before moving to NYC and starting a career as a successful real estate agent. But those were just acts I and II -- his real calling began only recently, when he open something called The Urban Cowboy. *