Working as an Artist
In 2013 Danielle Evans combined her love of lettering, design, photography, and eating to create food typography.
In this episode, Danielle discusses the courageous move to become a full-time artist in a niche field. We also talk about knowing your worth as an artist and being comfortable charging for your work and time. Danielle also describes her recent experiences working for clients like John Frieda and McDonald's.
In a bonus segment, we discuss The Babadook's role as a gay icon and Kimora Lee Simmons' taste in men.
Community! From Women’s Studies to karaoke to opening her own shops, Olivera Bratich has had a journey! Olivera is the founder of Wholly Craft and SURPRISE! Wholly Craft is a feminist gift shop in the Clintonville neighborhood of Columbus, Ohio and SURPRISE! is a modern party supply store in Columbus’ Short North Arts District. Olivera […]
Investment is Key with Alex White DISCLAIMER: If you hear sirens in the background of this episode, you (probably) aren’t getting pulled over – there just happened to be some police activity going on in Grandview while we recorded. Alex White is the head strength coach at Peak Human Performance, a training center here in […]
Celebrity Headlines & Other Randomness Adam & Allie sit down to discuss some important questions like “What Celebrity Headlines Have Caught Your Attention?” “What Have you Learned from the 100 Day Project?” and “What Would You Do If You Were Started Another Business Right Now?” This episode also reveals the voice of producer Michael Tedesco. […]
This Started As a Project Nate DeMars started Pursuit because he was annoyed. Big box suit shops had pushy salespeople, too many options, and weren’t for him. In this episode Nate shares inspiration behind Pursuits early days, the struggles, and hurdles he bumped up against. Also Nate shares a fun story about sleeping on the […]
When You Aren’t Your Customer Malika Jacobs never set out to open a board game parlor, but that’s exactly what she did. Kingmakers Board Game Parlor was founded in Columbus in 2014, and just recently opened its second location in Indianapolis. In this episode we talk about Malika’s journey; moving multiple times throughout her childhood, getting her […]
Intuition with Simi Boti Simi Botic is a corporate attorney turned Certified Holistic Health Coach and co-creator of the Finally Free Program. Simi works with women, empowering them to feel confident in their bodies and to trust their intuition. In this episode, Simi discusses shifting careers, following her intuition and how having a baby changed […]
Full-Time Freelance Vanessa Wade owns a design studio in San Diego called Noirve, which focuses on brand development and web design for small businesses. In this episode, Vanessa describes what it was life to transition into working full-time as a freelance designer, including the time that she sold her car to ensure she had an […]
Growth, Mistakes & Craft at The Wonder Jam The Wonder Jam Cast is back! Season 2 of the podcast is all about the nitty gritty details, we’re calling it Below the Surface: The Secret Lives of Business Owners. In this episode, we answer listeners’ questions, telling them everything they’ve ever wanted to know about what […]
What We Learned In this season finale episode of the podcast, we sit down with The Wonder Jam’s entire team to discuss what everyone has learned this summer. We talk with Annie Webster, Erika Strohecker, Olivia Jocson and Michael Tedesco about the individual projects they’ve been working on, and of course to analyze a wide variety of celebrity headlines. […]
Working as an Artist In 2013 Danielle Evans combined her love of lettering, design, photography, and eating to create food typography. In this episode, Danielle discusses the courageous move to become a full-time artist in a niche field. We also talk about knowing your worth as an artist and being comfortable charging for your work and time. Danielle also […]