Apr 4, 2017
Conversations with Creative Women just can't seem to get enough of the incomparable, delightful, no-holds-barred Julie Halston. She was our VERY FIRST GUEST when the show premiered on May 22, 2013. Julie made a return appearance on November 22, 2015. She's back for a 3rd time and for good reason. As we hone in on 200 episodes, who better to have a conversation with than this wonderful, engaging, funny woman? There's always lots to talk about, so join as we riff and reminisce.
Dec 29, 2015
This week we revisit our 2015 conversation with Aleah Chapin. The artist from Washington State, who currently lives and works in Brooklyn, calls a woman's body a map of her journey through life. She makes sure to capture that map accurately in her portraits, that will either shock you, take your breath away...or both. Experience her work for yourself - www.aleahchapin.com.
Dec 22, 2015
This week we revisit our conversation with Charlotte Stone, who was first introduced to the practice of Yoga in 1973 while a student at the University of Zurich. Some 20+ years later, opened The Stone Center for Yoga & Health in Teaneck, New Jersey. Spend the next 30 minutes listening to this soft-spoken, passionate, woman share her adaptive yoga style and path of self discovery with warmth, compassion and humor. You'll feel your body relax and your stresses melt away.
Apr 14, 2015
Nicole Bryl's mission? To make people look and feel their most beautiful whether they're walking the Red Carpet, posing for a fashion spread or making a television appearance. The celebrity make up artist has been doing just that for the last 30 years. Her client list includes Brooke Shields, Debra Messing, Naomi Watts, Melania and Ivanka Trump. She's created and developed her own product line - Nicole Bryl Artisanal Vitamin C Skin Care. Hear Nicole's personal and professional story.
Feb 10, 2015
Author, social thought leader, innovator, Robin Rice doesn't believe in the status quo, especially when it's not working. And to that end, her company, Be Who You Are Productions, is behind a wide range of free creative social change projects including Stop The Beauty Madness Campaign and YourHolidayMom.com. Tune in to a conversation that is thought provoking, empowering and even somewhat unorthodox.
Feb 3, 2015
Aleah Chapin is one of a kind. The artist from Washington State, who currently lives and works in Brooklyn, calls a woman's body a map of her journey through life. She makes sure to capture that map accurately in her portraits, that will either shock you, take your breath away...or both. Experience her work for yourself - www.aleahchapin.com.
Dec 9, 2014
What if you find yourself faced with a life altering situation with no resources - no one to lean on, or help you navigate those rough waters? That's exactly what happened to Kelsey Crowe. When she was 21, Kelsey lost her mother and only known relative, to mental illness. Falling apart and losing your core, can be a tall order. This prompted her to write an instructional manual - and....thus Help Each Other Out was born. Sometime later, Help Each Other Out, the organization was formed. Its goal is to bring empathy into public spaces with art and conversation. You'll want to listen to this conversation.
Nov 18, 2014
Meet Valerie and Jean, aka the Idiosyncratic Fashionistas. Since 2009 these style and fashion bloggers have been working to raise the visibility of older women, and as such, are role models for those often ignored by designers and society. The IF's credo is 'growing old with verve,' while at the same time, to set a bad, bad example for older women everywhere!