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Steve Perrong is an editor and director at Neighborhood Films in Philadelphia. He joins the show for a conversation about working on productions during the pandemic, putting yourself out there through your work and why creating work for anything Philly-related feels special. Plus, there is a winner in this season's Hi-Res Trivia, (that won't be a s…
 
Bill Starkey is Executive Creative Director at quench, a food & beverage brand-building boutique. With over twenty years of experience, he has worked on brands such as Sealy Mattresses, Comcast, HBO and Under Armour, just to name a few. He joins the show for a conversation about how the fear of "the fear of failure" motivated him, why he's more int…
 
Since 2011 James Hultquist-Todd has made high quality custom and retail typefaces for agencies, studios, and organizations around the world through his foundry, JTD Type. He joins the podcast for a conversation about getting his start as a tailor, the similarities between making clothing and design typography, why each typeface is its own learning …
 
Rita Carroll is an illustrator, designer and partner at Runhouse, a branding, marketing and event production agency focused on the running industry and active lifestyle. Rita joins the show for a conversation about the importance of maintaining connections, making playlists at the beginning of a project and designing for all the minutia of a runnin…
 
Tad Carpenter is a designer, illustrator, author and teacher based in Kansas City, Missouri. He joins the show to discuss his new book, "Sunday Suns," a collection of work from his Instagram series that he started in 2015, in which he creates a new sun illustration every Sunday. Ryan and Tad also talk Philly and Kansas City sport connections, growi…
 
Jim Walls is one of the founding partners of Truth and Consequences, an employee-owned branding agency in Philadelphia, and he joins the show for a conversation about defining what kind of agency they wanted to be, working with clients you like, paying people a livable wage, how agencies can band together, one of his first jobs at TV Guide and work…
 
Michelle Yzaguirre is a video producer and editor, currently working with Heavy in Philadelphia, and for the first episode back from the summer hiatus she joins the show for a conversation about working on projects that make people happy, finding confidence in her work in the face of adversity and watching Die Hard in reverse.…
 
Craig Welsh joins the show to talk about majoring in architecture despite all the signs that he should have pursued design, continuing to evolve and grow after school, how personal projects fuel his client work, what you can learn about American culture through the Beastie Boys and the hypothetical question he asks during interviews that is the mos…
 
Jené Adams joins the show for a conversation about starting her own YouTube channel, why she wants to help designers find inspiration, bringing animation to her work and creating art to recognize African American trailblazers who don’t get as much recognition during Black History Month, (and getting to meet one of them in person).…
 
Nilé Livingston joins the show for a conversation about curiosity and her interest in understanding the world and translating it into something people can relate to. She also discusses creating public art at the beginning of the pandemic, capturing how overwhelming 2020 was in her work and her love of Nina Simone. Plus, Nilé tries to explain NFTs t…
 
Crystal Folkes joins the show for a conversation about why she credits her mother for her love of UX, co-founding and launching Uplift — an online directory of Black owned businesses and entrepreneurs in Philly, finding ways to work animation into her work, avoiding movie trailers with spoilers and the new hobby she's adopted during the pandemic.…
 
We're kicking off a brand new season of the show with Jamie Leary, art director at Philadelphia Magazine. Jamie joins the show for a conversation about his work in editorial design, including work for Grid, Magnet and Philly Mag, as well as the romanticism of taking the train to work, collaborating with illustrators and photographers, the tactile e…
 
Dora Cuenca joins the podcast for a conversation about growing up in Costa Rica, the therapeutic role art plays in her life, the commission she created as part of a marriage proposal and doing a deep dive on fungi videos online. Plus, Pat Higgins hops on at the top of the show to talk about his new book, "The Covidiot Files and Other True Tales of …
 
Leah Douglas is the Director of Guest Experience at the Philadelphia International Airport and for over twenty years has curated and organized more than 275 exhibits. She joins the show for a conversation about adapting during the pandemic, why she likes showing artwork in non-gallery spaces and how the work has changed people’s perception of Phila…
 
The last time Mike Smith was on the show he had just presented branding concepts to the Rail Park. Now he returns to discuss the evolution of the Rail Park as well as more of his work over the first five years of Smith Diction. Ryan and Mike also discuss the current state of America in the wake of last week’s attack on the Capitol, coping with the …
 
We’re revisiting highlights from this year’s run of Hi-Res Daily episodes with a look back on conversations with Jason Rothman, Jon Billet, Alex Hillman, Mel Calantropio & Meg Potoma, Ellen Manning, Lydia Nichols, Andrew Zaeh, John Antes, Nate Nichols, Dan Mall, Gena Senior, Emily Kelley, Allan Peters, Debbie Millman, Neil Binkley, Nisha Dent, Kell…
 
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