Season 10, Episode 28 : : : November 9Paula Scher
On the penultimate episode of the season, design legend Paula Scher joins the show for a conversation about some of her newest work, as well as her experiences during the pandemic, her time at Tyler School of Art, designing album covers, what she likes about environmental design and what she discovered about New York City without traffic.
CorinneDodenhoff is a designer and illustrator who works in the music, wellness, beauty, fashion and lifestyle spaces, creating bold branding systems, unique graphic assets and playful illustrations. She joins the show for a conversation about calling yourself the thing you want to become, accepting herself for who she is and doing what feels good in your career.
October 26Debbie Millman
Debbie Millman returns to the show to discuss her new book, "Why Design Matters: Conversations with the World’s Most Creative People," a curated anthology of conversations from your award-winning podcast “Design Matters," as well as why she enjoys teaching online, why she initially thought she was a terrible interviewer and what her conversations with Stephen Heller over the course of doing the show have taught her.
October 19Joe Castro
Mighty Joe Castro is an accomplished Philadelphia based collage artist, musician (Mighty Joe Castro and the Gravamen) and designer. He joins the show to discuss creatively rising to the occasion during the pandemic, owning your mistakes and viewing himself as a work-in-progress.
October 11Justine Kelley
Justine Kelley is a designer and illustrator and a recent MFA grad from Tyler School of Art & Architecture for Graphic Design. She joins the show for a conversation about capturing the complexity of humans in small moments, archiving memories of the city through her work and the art of procrastination.
October 5Steve Perrong
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 surprise to anyone listening all season).
September 28Bill Starkey
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 interested in how ideas work and accepting navigating his destiny over controlling it.
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, 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.