Season 8, Episode 22 : : : September 15Timothy O'Donnell
Timothy O'Donnell joins the show for a chat about moving to the UK for his dream job, reinterpreting Kid A and the problems with Quarantine beards.
September 8Ryan Lynn
Ryan Lynn joins the show for a conversation about the moment he decided to do illustration full-time, taking a more positive approach towards his Masks for Freedom poster series and his ultimate drive-in movie double-feature.
September 1Angela Rio
Angela Rio joins the show for a conversation about raising a five-month-old puppy, how she finds her work therapeutic, her appreciation of past eras and why she is proud to be living in 2020.
August 25Renée Walker
Renée Walker joins the show for a conversation about informational design, how process informs her work and the detour that she took away from design early in her career.
August 18Natalie Nixon, Phd
Live from the AIGA Philadelphia @in Conference for In-House Creatives, Ryan catches up with friend of the show Natalie Nixon about her new book, The Creativity Leap, something new she's started during the pandemic and how all humans are inherently creative.
August 11Matt Bouloutian
Friend of the show Matt Bouloutian returns to the show for a catch-up about taking credit for your work in public, fighting for brands, poetry and our workout regimens during the pandemic.
August 4Emmanuel Wisdom
Emmanuel Wisdom joins the show for a chat about seeking understanding through art, finding inspiration in Michaelangelo and learning to listen to himself.
Hi-Res is a one-on-one podcast with creatives about the experiences that have shaped their careers and influence their work. New episodes post on Tuesdays and Thursdays, weekly.
About Ryan Starr
Ryan's co-workers would tell you he likes to talk. A lot. So it only made sense when he wanted to take his love of conversation one step further and create a podcast. Now he speaks with designers, illustrators and photographers about their lives and careers. Surprisingly, he lets his guests do (most of) the talking.
Not surprisingly, his co-workers do not subscribe.