Hack The Creative
By Clarke Scott
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Hack The Creative is a show which reveals the fears, habits, and inner-battles behind big name creatives and those on the path to success. At Hack the Creative we know that a creative’s path is unique, that everyone is different and has to find their own path to success but after speaking to creatives of all kinds every day as part of my own projects I became intrigued with the idea of finding the ‘replicable’ things behind leading names and people on their way up in order to try and find patterns. Not simply to follow what others have done but to learn from them by hearing what they themselves have gone through, and then integrating these things into my own work. And with that ‘Hack the Creative’ was born.
||CleanHTC 015 – Darin Collison: Wedding Photography as Street Photography on Steroids||My guest today found his calling for wedding photography while working in a bar in Melbourne, Australia. Several year later he was featured on website JuneBug as one of the worlds best wedding photographers.||10/4/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 014 – Jason Hudson on Hustle as a Photographer||My guest today is a traveling writer and photojournalist based in Encinitas, CA. Currently on the road documenting US Nation Parks in California, his work depicts a hunger for the outdoors. Originally from the south east coast of North Carolina,||10/2/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 013 – Andrew Richardson on the Art of Listening as a Photographer||My guest today is a Houston native and has been shooting professionally since 2009. he discovered his love of photography while attendingHouston baptist university. since then, he has photographed a wide range of collegiate and professional sports inc||9/25/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 012 – Noam Galai on Playing the Long Game as a Photographer||My guest today is an editorial photographer. A Getty Images and WireImage contributor for entertainment-related assignments. - His work has been published in major outlets including People Magazine, USA Today, LIFE Magazine, National Geographic,||9/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 011: Jean-Claude Vorgeack on Finding Photography Client the Old-School Way||My guest this week is a fashion photographer out of LA . - He writes for F-Stoppers and shoots headshots as well. Could you be in LA and not shoot headshots? - Now Let's hack, Jane-Claude Vorgeack - - https://fstoppers.||9/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 010: Daryna Barykina on Finding Your Creative Voice by Working from the Inside Out||My guest today is a beauty and fashion photographer originally from the Ukraine. Since moving to the US in 2011 with her family she has carved out a career with Clients seeking use of color and skills in high-end retouching. -||9/14/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 009: Mike Wilkinson on Creating a Career Moment by Moment with Detailed Planning||Today's guest is a photographer and videographer whose interests lies in travel and adventure photography. He runs a small production house creating branded content. - His interest in the outdoors has also led my guest to occasionally lead backpa...||9/12/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 008: John Keatley on Washing Away Creative Curiosities||My guest today is an advertising portrait photography. Many of you will know his work. he has been published in Rolling Stone, Wired and the New York Times Magazine. He won a PDN award for his portrait of Annie Lebovitz,||9/7/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 007: Nick Pecori on the Benefits of Being Open to Something Beyond Photography||My guess today is a photography based in Tampa Bay. He shots portraits that lean towards fashion and is a staff writer for f-stoppers. We talk about what it takes to come up in todays competitive landscape of photography and the benefits of patien...||9/3/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 006: Agata Alexander on Creative Pride, Shame & Self Reflection||My guest today is a writer, director and editor from LA. She works mainly in music videos with a unique vision embedded in an aesthetic that calls back to her birthplace, I feel. - During the interview we get into creative pride,||8/30/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 005: David Ellis on Ideas, Production Value & Personal Style||My guest today is a commercial photographer from the States. David Ellis and I talk go deep on career, marketing, and email blasts. - The episode is longer than longer because David dropped so much wisdom in here that I did not want to edited any out..||8/24/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 004: Christopher Makos Be Charming||Todays guest is the legendary photographer, Christopher Makos. Christopher is best known for his work during the 70's where he was at the side of many of that generations icons - Andy Warhol et al. - Personally I found this interview difficult.||8/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 003: Billy Small on Finding Your Groove as a Photographer||My guest today is a photographer from LA. In the interview we go into Billy's journey from photography student through to the present day. - It's a fascinating discussion about never giving up. And about just what it takes to overcome (sometimes) invi..||8/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 002: Mikkel Jul Hvilshøj on the Importance of Consistency in Commercial Photography||My guest today is a Danish lifestyle photographer. In the interview we discuss his transition to lifestyle, and his approach to work, and his hopes for the future. - It's a great interview with lots of information. - http://www.hvilshoj.com/||8/18/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanHTC 001: Jason Elias – Never Ever Chase Trends in Photography||- My guest today is a Photographer and director who lives in Venice, ca with his wife Jessica and their little dog Linus. - My guest stills work focuses on portraits, travel and lifestyle but he originally came out of the commercial film business.||8/16/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
Great show. Love the idea!
Love the concept of this show. The host is good and the style of the interviews are really interesting. Instant fan.
Very much enjoyed it
Great start for the podcast. Clarke is an interesting guy and as a working photographer, I appreciate his bringing a unique contemplative perspective to his Interviews.
Love the concept behind this show. The content is great and Im looking forward to seeing where the hos ttakes it. Fingers crossed!!