Creative City podcast
Where strategy meets style
marketing, strategy, personal branding, stylist, cincinnati, fashion, photography, midwest, creative
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Podcast Season 2 + Upcoming Events!

Two fashion designers, a magazine publisher, a communications diva, a multi-purpose music studio founder, a furniture design outfit, a Copy Director, a design studio, an online sales mogul, and a Social Innovation Specialist later, and season two of the Creative City podcast is a wrap! Season 3 starts September 21st, so sign up for the mailing list to stay ahead of the game. I really love talking to all these amazing folks about what makes them

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Newsletters are New Again

It seems antiquated in the age of the FaceChats and InstaTweets, but e-newsletters are experiencing a surprising resurgence. Much like the rebirth of podcasts, a new wave of emailed infotainment has come to take over our inboxes. While the format hasn’t changed significantly since the days of OGs like DailyCandy (RIP), a well executed newsletter provides welcome relief from the usual bill notifications and cash-strapped Nigerian princes. A few of my current favorites: Tomorrow Looks Bright This curated newsletter highlights

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Creative City Podcast Cincinnati

How to Create a Podcast When You Don’t Really Know How to Create a Podcast

Whew, things have been busy! I know, I know--everyone is busy, but in addition to work and life stuff, I’ve also been doing interviews and editing and working on everything else that comes along with starting a podcast. The actual recording is pretty straightforward, but as always, there’s more to the creative process than meets the eye. Here’s my experience so far: Podcast Intro I recorded the intro in the audio booth at the Cincinnati Public Library’s

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The Creative City Podcast is Coming Soon!

I've never considered myself much of a talker--I already know what I think, so I'm much more interested in what other people have to say--but my job as a Stylist means I'm regularly talking to creative types about their businesses, their projects, and their motivation. Which is fascinating. I get to have amazing conversations with entrepreneurs, designers, publicists, retailers, makers, and more, and I love to share their stories. The problem is, I'm a terrible storyteller. Like, horrible.

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