Raised a roaming military brat, we discuss Lindsay’s abusive childhood and how it may have led to a now controlled drug addiction, and on-going mental health issues. Now a videographer working with the 12 Angry Filmmakers group, we delve into his creative mind and life as a musician, writer, poet and acting in TV shows such as, Witchblade, Peter Benchley’s Amazon, and even playing Eddie Kramer in a Showtime movie, “Hendrix”. There are no shortage of interests and adventures in this episode, from his survival of a lightening strike, to being a drug holder for the mafia, to his love of all things space! We get it all on the table in this one.
Monthly Archive: July 2015
Katrina-Jennifer, or KJ to most, is a grounded, extremely creative, goal oriented individual open to new ideas and experiences. We find out how moving around frequently as an adolescent, and being raised by her father, while her mother was away in Southern California, has affected her. Talk ultimately leads to her passion for photography and multi-media and her eventual stint as a professor at Durham College. We end the conversation with her thoughts on marriage and children and the quick passing of her mother at a fairly early age. A fascinating, fun talk from start to finish.
Today’s episode is based around Pat’s true love of interior camping, Algonquin Provincial Park in particular. We chat about gear, food, preparation, yet combine it with personal talks with close friends, recorded on the trip itself up along the shore, fishing, sitting under a tarp while the rain drifts in, and lazing beside blazing camp fires. Sure we chat about camping, but we also learn about the group and the bonds created, the individuals themselves, death, solo tripping, and a whole range of introspection…with maybe a little bit of useless ramblings throughout! Good times were had by all! Now jump in the canoe and let’s get at it!
In this episode, Pat speaks with his latest favorite artist, Heather Kocsis. Growing up a romantic idealist, yet somewhat sad and introverted child of divorced parents, we discover Heather’s origins as a future world-class artist and meditative soul-searcher. We chat about her schooling in fine arts and what it has taken to not only to source out her own artistic vision, and run her own business, but also her exploration of a higher level of consciousness. An interesting individual all-around, we even discuss Korean melodramas, traveling in Thailand, and growing her collector base in the heart of the art world, New York City.