Eyedentity Talk with Janna Lopez
Jason Wisch - Location! Shootin' the Sh*t With a Hollywood Scout
No one knows Los Angeles like Hollywood location scout and director Jason Wisch. He’s a City of Angels native, but has also traveled the world. Between his love of photography, keen eye for what works on camera, and his motto, “I have never been to a place that I can’t find something I like” made him a perfect candidate as a location scout. He has now location scouted and managed over 500 projects. With clients ranging from Pharrell Williams, Adidas, Harley Davidson, Pepsi, Maroon 5, Arcade Fire, Kanye West, Travis Scott, YSL, Twitter, Mc Donalds and almost every car manufacturer around. One of Jason’s biggest accolades and toughest jobs was location scouting on the official “Happy” music video for Pharrell Williams. The world’s first 24-hour video.
Eddie Martinez - Full Frontal Guitar & Learning From Legends
Eddie Martinez's amazing musical career as a guitar player began in the 1960’s. He’s recorded and toured with dozens of legendary musicians representing numerous styles including Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, David Lee Roth, Mick Jagger, RUN-DMC, Blondie, Meat Loaf, and Robert Palmer, to name a few. Listen in as Eddie shares stories about touring with Robert Palmer, recording with Eric Clapton, and how music heals his spirit. Eddie’s solo record, Akosua, came out in 2018.
Renee Terrill - Talking to the Dead, What They Say, & How To Believe
Renee Terrill is a highly sought-after spiritual psychic medium and intuitive counselor. Renee has been offering intuitive readings and psychic medium sessions for nearly 25 years. She teaches psychic development classes and currently works with clients to connect with lost loved ones, create the life they want to live, and find their path and purpose in life. To reach Renee visit www.askrenee.com
Police Talk - Sacrifice, Humanity & Service
In this episode I candidly talk with "Bernie," a 30-year veteran of a metropolitan city's police force. Bernie, an African American, shares his views how on racism impacts the role of public service as an officer, what being a policeman means in terms of sacrifice, and how he tries to preserve his humanity in the wake of such stress, violence, and social despair.
Utilizing a broad mix of art media and techniques—including murals, prints, graphic design, drawing, and music collage—Ashley Montague creates pieces cut from the richest mental fabrics. Raised by artist parents, visions of abstract and impressionistic were an everyday sight. Take early influences, mix in his own flavor of life, a keen sense of flow and motion, the hand drawn element, some aerosol, a heap of color, and room to breathe… and what becomes is tasty visual elixirs.Ashley uses themes and color palates that morph and weave, creating a mixed version, only for a moment, as the piece finds directions all it’s own. “Entering the land of the unknown and unplanned is what keeps me going…not knowing my next move but still stepping sure-footed, really working through a piece. on every level,” he uses his work to explore the unseen.Ashley’s art has been sought after by brand icons Food Network, Mt. Dew, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Facebook, Nike, and Oregon Ducks Football.Instagram: @sknnymrclswww.ashleymontague.art
Dr. Adolfo Murillo Talks Alquimia Tequila, Organic Farming, & Cultural Divide
Tequila Alquimia founder, president, and CEO, Dr. Adolfo Murillo, was born in the small town of Agua Negra, where his grandfathers raised their families as an entrepreneur and farmer. When Adolfo was born, he witnessed the care and attention his grandfather Abelino gave to his land, crops and herds to provide for his family and the community around him. He always said, “Take care of the earth, and she will take care of you.”We discuss life between bridging cultures, professions, and how these interest with Eyedentity.When Adolfo and his family moved to the United States, he continued to visit the family in Mexico during the summers throughout his childhood. He went to school in the U.S. and on to receive his Doctor of Optometry degree. When his father was close to passing away, Adolfo and his wife convinced him not to sell the ranch but to keep it in the family. Adolfo’s father agreed not to sell it if Adolfo could find a way to make the land productive. Adolfo researched different crops and ultimately decided to grow agave, which had never been done before in this particular area of Los Altos de Jalisco.Everyone thought they were crazy. They were told agave wasn’t grown in that area, so it would be impossible. The soil was dark brown, whereas tequila-producing agave is normally grown in soil that is deep red. In 1992, Adolfo conducted extensive soil tests and realized that with organic methods, it could be done. He combined the modern science he learned in the U.S. with the traditional agricultural methods employed by his grandfather in Mexico to produce an organic protocol that would change the small town of Agua Negra forever.
Michelle Sorro - Eyedentity Thru Fire, Soul, & Embracing Uncertainty
Michelle Sorro, former TV Host turned high six-figure Heart Centered Entrepreneur and Transformational Trainer, shares real talks with global game changers, spiritual luminaries, and high-performance experts in her Fire and Soula weekly podcast filled with spiritual principles, personal development and business guidance.Featuring insights from A-Listers Jack Canfield, Panache Desai, Danielle LaPorte, Jairek Robbins, Joseph McClendon III, as well as mini self-development masterclasses, each episode is designed to empower to take immediate, inspired action for cultivating an epically aligned life.Michelle also teaches entrepreneurs how to start and scale a high-integrity online impact. Areas of expertise include how to develop a high-converting pitch to sell products and services on live video, how to cultivate a deeply engaged online community, and how to create and launch a published podcast.
Tim Proctor - A Conversation On Death With A Mortician
In this fascinating conversation with Tim Proctor, a licensed funeral director and embalmer, we talk about death, guilt, the strangest thing he’s seen as a mortician, and how death informs life and identity. Tim has been with Riverview Abbey since 2013.In his spare time, he enjoys traveling with his wife, working on his house, and playing music in a local metal band.
Lisa Schroeder - Nourishing Love, Surviving Loss & Life's Essence
Lisa Schroeder is Executive Chef and Owner of Mother’s Bistro Bar, in Portland, Oregon.She is a mother, grandmother, chef, restaurateur and author devoted to providing better-than-authentic renditions of traditional home-cooked dishes at her popular, award-winning restaurant.While at the Culinary Institute of America, she was selected as one of the Top Ten Student Chefs in America by Food and Wine Magazine. After graduating with honors in 1995, she continued honing her skills at two four-star restaurants in New York City – Lespinasse and Le Cirque. Her education continued with apprenticeships in Provence, France, at Roger Verge’s Moulin des Mougins and at Mark Veyrat’s L’Auberge de L’Eridan in Haute Savoie.In 2009, Schroeder released her critically acclaimed cookbook,Mother’s Best, and appeared on the Today Show, QVC and more. She is the recipient of the IACP Chef/Restaurateur Award of Excellence,National Restaurateur of the Year fromIndependent Restaurateur Magazineand theWoman of Achievement Award from theOregon Commission for Women. Chef Schroeder nurtures her community as well as her guests. She participates in numerous charities and causes including Share Our Strength, Basic Rights Oregon, Americans for Gun Sense, Our House, the Raphael House and the Bradley Angle House.