In this episode I share why I am putting this podcast on hold to focus on creating more video content for YouTube. I talk about doubling down, simplifying, following what is working, and how video is the best format for most of what I want to share & create.Read More
In this episode I share what some of my favorite podcasts for filmmakers, YouTubers, and freelancers are.Read More
In this episode I chat with Satchell Drakes, who runs a YouTube channel with some of the highest quality videos in the video gaming niche. I talk with him about his process of creating videos, what has helped his channel grow, and what he recommends for someone that isn't getting the traction they want out of their videos.
In this episode I discuss video gear, but I don't talk about specific pieces I recommend. This will be more of a philosophical discussion about why you need gear and more importantly, when to stop buying it once you get to a certain point.
In this episode of the podcast I talk with Jessica Holsman, who YouTubes at Study with Jess, about what it's like to grow a YouTube channel to 100,000 subscribers in a year by knowing exactly who your target audience is and what to make for them.Read More
In this podcast episode I chat with Tom Martin about how to properly get your YouTube channel fully set-up so your videos are more likely to show up in search and as suggested videos in the sidebar.Read More
In this episode we talk about how he was making music way before rapping on YouTube, why it makes sense to hide older unrelated videos on a channel, when you should focus a channel on a single type of video vs. having different styles of videos on it, his advice for YouTubers just getting started, and more.Read More
In this podcast episode we talk about how having a release schedule and public accountability helps push you to be consistently creative and get better at your craft, while also getting more done.Read More
In this episode we discuss how to plan and create videos that people want to watch. We use two of our recent videos as examples, one that worked and one that tanked; the possible reasons that happened and how to replicate the successful video.Read More
In this episode of the podcast I challenge you to make videos with what you have and think about whether gear really matters or not.
Today's episode brings you Levi Allen, a filmmaker out of British Columbia and Founder of Left Coast Media. Levi's most recent film 'Untethered' was featured as a Vimeo Staff Pick in December 2015.
In this episode Levi discusses how he started out making films, the importance of not letting gear stand in the way of creation, why he decided to begin vlogging, the story behind the making of Untethered and why he decided to release his film for free.