Tuesday, March 26 : : : Episode 110Chris Reif
…on being the adult in the room.
Chris Reif got his start as a freelance designer and developer and honed his skills at agencies around the city before becoming the creative partner at Armor in Philadelphia, where he brings his talent for building teams, establishing a creative culture and fostering great work. Chris joins the show for a conversation about the importance of camaraderie, why the size of your team matters and the “sit at the bar” challenge.
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Patreon Bonus Episode : : : AprilJay Roeder
On this month's bonus episode we catch up with friend of the show and hand lettering artist extraordinaire Jay Roeder as he prepares for the release of a new book as well as embarks on a brand new book of Harry Potter-themed hand lettering. Plus we have spoiler-filled conversations about Captain Marvel and Us, discuss adventures in MoviePass, nostalgia entertainment, when parenting and technology collide and why neither of us are cut out for amusement park rides.
Episode 109Molly Egan
Molly talks about realizing she could have her own style, board games and what she’s learned about herself through creating her sketchbooks.
Episode 108Keith Warren Greiman
Keith joins the podcast for a conversation on parenthood, the motivation of a deadline and how the internet is slowly crushing him.
Episode 107Kevin Mercer
Kevin talks about working with purpose, how he fell in love with type and what he learned during the most difficult experience of his life.
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, every two weeks. The show was nominated for the 2017 Philly Geek Awards.
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.