chasejarvisLIVE welcomes Chris Guillebeau, author, traveler for a conversation on the art non-conformity and self-reinvention.
Chase welcomes celebrity photographer Chris Buck and musical guests Hey Marseilles to the studio.
Les Stroud combined his love of the outdoors as a professional survival instructor with a passion for film and photography and created a new genre of television with the highest ratings in the history of both OLN Canada, the Science Channel US, and among the most popular shows ever on Discovery Channel US. But more importantly he created the life he wanted to live through his own creativity.
Ian Ruhter and his crew brought the world’s largest mobile camera to chasejarvisLIVE to share the process of wetplate photography with us. Ian’s project has attracted a ton of attention and is a great example of the power of personal work. He transformed his life to follow his dream to do something different in photography. He is living the mantra of doing something different not just better.
The principles Robert Greene shares are gold for any creative working on improving their craft – OR just trying to discover their path as a creative – period. I learned a ton and I’m betting you will too. If you’re feeling “lost” as a creative Robert reveals how to discover your passion and pursue it. And each of us have a unique composition that is our greatest asset.
You’ve heard me say it before – don’t sink all your effort into being incrementally better. Instead be DIFFERENT. Be BOLD.
This episode of chasejarvisLIVE was focused specifically on this simple idea. And my special guests for this episode epitomize this ‘different’ and ‘bold’ mantra as well as anyone I know. These guys aren’t ensconced in the “this is how it is” photo industry – they’re innovators from a parallel universe….
Chase welcomes bestselling author, venture capitalist, and Apple Fellow Guy Kawasaki to The Garage for one of the most compelling episodes of cjLIVE to date. More than just funny and talented, Kawasaki is a fountain of knowledge on branding, marketing, and vision–down to really specific, actionable checklists for getting your art, photography, product, or gadget noticed
While we LOVE to focus on tapping into our “creative side” – take it from me, if you ever want to have a chance at earning a REAL LIVING with your creativity (or, hell, even making even a dime with your work) then being able to PITCH and SELL your work is essential. Oren Klaff is the master of framing and getting the deal. Pay close attention.
In this new age of media, have you ever wondered how to share, promote and pimp your photos and videos using social sharing tools, but maintain your rights to them? What if someone wants to buy, license, use, or copy your work? Ever had a photo or video of yours “go viral” or get liked, +1′d, or retweeted like crazy? If not, do yo wish you had? Ever want to make money with your photos? Tune in for valuable answers to these questions.
Robert Scoble, technical evangelist, blogger, and singular media power in the start-up community, comes to the Garage to talk with Chase about the current and future state of technology for creatives, his mastery of all things tech + social and what's getting his attention today. A don't-miss episode for anyone interested in learning about the products and companies poised to change your world + help you make better art.
Ryan Holiday is a media genius who hires and fires creatives–photographers,and more people just like us– AND he promotes, inflates and hacks some of the biggest names and brands in the world. He’s also the Director of Marketing for American Apparel. Oh, and he’s just 24 years old. Must see for anyone working to understand today's complex media landscape.
Now more than ever before, we artists are entrepreneurs. Born from opportunity or necessity or both, we have become the CEO’s of ourselves. Zoe explains how to share, market, strategize, license, sell, distribute, invest, manage, and collect on that art for yourself.
You most likely know Adrian Grenier as ‘Vincent Chase’ the studly star of the HBO Series Entourage. But on this episode of chasejarvisLIVE and you’ll learn that being a well-rounded creative is the new black – even at the highest levels.
This broadcast is a gorgeous, intimate in-studio performance from the band. The interview illuminates how they pulled through creative blocks, hardship and struggle to find their voice, craft a vision, and a create a path over the hurdles that keep so many artists down. Getting to know this group first hand is a lesson in creativity.
Chase puts the $150,000 Phantom Flex camera through its paces during an experimental fashion shoot with my good friend, director Will Hyde from Superfad. We had superhot female talent, an epic wardrobe, do-it-yourself solutions mixed with the highest end pro gear, and more than 50,000 watts of light. Here's the 6-hour shoot into a tight show.
Chase welcomes Mike Relm to talk editing Iron Man trailers for Jon Favreau, and how the remix is effecting our culture. There’s a saying that you should understand. It’s “TALENT IMITATES. GENIUS STEALS.”Now before your undies get in a wad, I’m not saying steal work and pretend it’s you’re own. More deeply, I’m asking a question. Do you want to understand and set free your most creative work? Then pay attention to this episode.
Chase welcomes #1 New York Times bestselling author Tim Ferriss to The Garage for a conversation about Tim's scientific methods, the process of writing and his process in creaeting the massive successes "The 4-Hour Body" and "The 4-Hour Work Week."