Episode 19: The Choice Podcast

"The Choice" (thechoicepod.com/) is a six-episode audio drama, a feminist dystopian thriller set in the refugee camps of Los Angeles. Set in the year 2047, Dr. Margaret Carter is facing the death penalty. These are a series of recordings played as evidence in her trial.

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Episode 18: Sam Berliner

Sam Berliner (www.donutfilms.org) is a Seattle-based filmmaker and animator best known for his engaging and accessible films about gender non-conformity. His award-winning short films, Dating Sucks: A Genderqueer Misadventure, Genderbusters, Perception and Float have screened at over 200 film festivals around the world and are distributed by CFMDC.

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Episode 17: Heather Brown

Heather Brown (www.mindthebirdmedia.com) is a PR and events professional currently providing publicity, production, and communication services to individuals and literary and cultural organizations from her home base in Portland, OR.

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Episode 16: Alexandra Billings

Alexandra Billings (www.alexandrabillings.com) is an actress, singer, author, teacher and activist. Currently, Ms Billings plays Davina on Amazon's Emmy and Golden Globe Award winning hit TV show "Transparent".

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Episode 15: Michele Mitchell

An award-winning investigative reporter on “NOW with Bill Moyers” (PBS), Michele Mitchell began her broadcasting career as political anchor at CNN Headline News, where she specialized in US politics. At PBS, she developed a reputation for discovering overlooked social justice stories before leaving to start her own company.

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Episode 13: Larry Mizell Jr

“Whoever’s within earshot are my people - that’s my curatorial sense for a world of music and experience - I want everybody to understand. Music is universal and that’s what I’m dedicating my life to. Every culture has their own take on it. It’s infinite, you’ll never hear it all. It’s everywhere. It’s like church to me. I want everybody to come in.” -Larry Mizell, Jr.

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Episode 12: Ryan Davis and Brad Wilke

In this TAMP episode, Smarthouse co-founders Ryan Davis and Brad Wilke (www.smarthousecreative.com) talk with Colin Walker and share helpful tips and tools to build your audience, boost your brand, and follow your passion.

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Episode 11: Dani Menkin

Dani Menkin (imdb.to/2nXMH3m) is an Israeli Academy Award Winning filmmaker for "39 Pounds of Love"(2005). The film, written, produced and directed by him, has been sold to HBO, and was short listed for the Oscars. Some of his films include: "Is That You?" (winner of "Best Indie Film of the Year" award), "Dolphin Boy" (2011), "Je T'aime - I Love You Terminal"(2010), and his most recent film "On the Map."

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Episode 9: Ingrid Jungermann

Ingrid Jungermann (imdb.to/2ej0wX7) is a writer, director and actor. Along with several short films, Ingrid co-created the web series THE SLOPE (theslopeshow.com/), and created the WGA-Nominated web series F TO 7TH (www.fto7th.com/), featuring Amy Sedaris, Michael Showalter, Gaby Hoffmann, Olympia Dukakis and Janeane Garofalo.

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Episode 7: Rachel Belle

Rachel Belle (www.hellorachelbelle.com) is a feature reporter, radio personality and host, best known for her segment "Ring My Belle," (www.mynorthwest.com/rachelbelle) that airs weekday afternoons on KIRO Radio's The Ron & Don Show. She was voted Seattle's Best FM Radio Personality by "Seattle Weekly" in 2012. As a freelance food and culture writer, Rachel has contributed to Lucky Peach, The Stranger and Eater Seattle, to name a few.

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Episode 6: Russell Hodgkinson

Russell Hodgkinson is a theater, T.V and film actor and stars in the SyFy original series "Z Nation" (www.syfy.com/znation), now in its third season. He has also guest starred on "Leverage" and "Grimm" among other shows. Since moving to Seattle in 2003, Russell has continued his theater career and become active in the independent film scene. His most recent film, STAR LEAF (www.starleafmovie.com/), will be playing at the 2016 Seattle Transmedia and Independent Film Festival on July 29 and 30.

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Episode 4: Josh Fox

Josh Fox is the director of "How to Let Go of the World and Love All The Things Climate Can't Change" as well as Oscar Nominated, "Gasland". He is the founder and artistic director of the International WOW Company.

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Episode 3: Matt Smith

Matt Smith is an accomplished actor and playwright with 35 years of experience in the Seattle arts community. Matt’s body of solo performances includes “Helium” (1995), “My Last Year with the Nuns,” “Beyond Kindness” (1999), “My Boat to Bainbridge” (2005), and “All My Children” (2010).

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