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A podcast series celebrating creators and activating the pure creative force within. The pure creative force is the joy we experience when we lock in to doing what we came here to do and creating what we came here to create. It’s an energy, an expression and an alchemy. And when we create from this force, we elevate others. Join me and discover how to unleash the pure creative force within, hear from fellow creators about their process and be inspired to GO CREATE.
 
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Emily Bell is an accomplished painter and tattoo artist, and has been expressing herself through creative outlets ever since she was a child. She shares her creative process, how to build confidence in yourself as a creator, the magic that happens when you’re fully present in the moment as you create, and releasing attachment to the outcome. She is…
 
Ashley Johnson is an energy healer, intuitive counselor and founder of Little Deer Energy. We talk about connecting to intuition, guidance and energetic bodies and how to take back our personal power. Learn about Ashley’s unique modalities to break through the stagnancy of life and let your natural energy flow.…
 
Kalinda Gray is an actress, performer and owner of Wishing Well Entertainment. In addition to acting, Kalinda runs one of the top entertainment companies in southern California. She and her team provide a cast of performers to entertain at children’s parties, family gatherings, office functions as well as business trade shows and events.…
 
In 2010 Oliver Jones founded Deer Shed Festival, a family-focused music, arts and science weekend camping festival in North Yorkshire, with his wife Kate. Since then, it's gone on to become one of the best family-friendly festivals in the UK and celebrated its tenth anniversary this year. Oliver spent more than a decade working in the music industr…
 
Andrew McMillan is a poet and lecturer in creative writing. His debut collection, physical, published in 2015, won a host of prizes and was the first poetry collection to win the Guardian First Book Award. Earlier this year, it was voted one of the top 25 poetry books of the past 25 years by the Booksellers Association. Growing up in Darfield, sout…
 
Joanne Harris is the author of more than a dozen novels, most famously Chocolat, which was made into an Oscar-nominated film starring Juliette Binoche and Johnny Depp. Born in Barnsley, Joanne started writing at an early age and worked as a teacher for over a decade before the success of Chocolat allowed her to become a full-time writer. Her books …
 
Christine Owenell is a visionary coach and inspirational business strategist helping clients see more clearly, find alignment with their soul and get into action around what matters most. She’s a modern day mystic helping industries and executives reimagine what’s possible.Av Kristi Daniels
 
Jennifer Spoelma is a professional career coach devoted to helping clients build careers that align with their lifestyle and values. She specializes in helping multi-passionate people hone in on your strengths and develop foresight, knowing how to take action now create the future you want to see. We talk about her insatiable curiosity to ask the q…
 
John Nicholson is a football writer, novelist and web entrepreneur. Born in Hull and raised in Stockton-on-Tees, John has enjoyed a wide-ranging career which includes setting up the online t-shirt businesses DJTees & TShirts365, submitting a weekly column for Football365 for almost two decades, and writing 16 novels. His 2010 book We Ate All The Pi…
 
Matthew Cope is a magician and magic teacher who performs under the name Matthew J Magic. Growing up in Yorkshire, Matthew started juggling at the age of 10, performing magic as a street entertainer at 14 and was playing all over the country as a magical illusion act just a year later. Now, after a stint as a school teacher and extensive travel aro…
 
Rebecca Swift is global head of creative insights at the world-renowned photo agency Getty Images. Since joining the photography industry over 20 years ago, Rebecca has pioneered the use of analytics to find out why we are attracted to certain images rather than others, and been instrumental in ensuring Getty’s stock photographs portray women and p…
 
Rahaf Harfoush is a best-selling author who focuses on the impact of digital technologies on society and working life. Born in Syria, Rahaf grew up in Canada and became fascinated by digital technology as a teenager, particularly social media and blogging. Her first book, Yes We Did: An Insider’s Look at How Social Media Built the Obama Brand, chro…
 
Emma Kennedy is a best -selling author, TV writer, actor and presenter. After growing up in Stevenage and Hitchen then studying at Oxford University, where she met and performed with comedians Richard Herring and Stewart Lee, Emma spent three years as a solicitor before quitting to become a full-time writer. Since then she’s written for and starred…
 
Greig Johnson is a comedy writer, performer, musician and filmmaker. His comic creations include Belgian action star Lunge Dolphin, music production guru Woody Brown and northern poet Brian McMorley, and he has recently appeared in BBC Two’s The Mash Report and CBBC’s Class Dismissed. After growing up in Harrogate, Greig studied and then went onto …
 
Ian McMillan is a well-renowned and much-loved poet, journalist, playwright, and broadcaster. Known as ‘the bard of Barnsley’, his warmth, humour and way with words shine through in his books, regular TV and radio appearances, and frequent tweets. Still resident in his native South Yorkshire, he’s also held the position of poet-in-residence for a w…
 
In this interview, I talk with Mary Purdie, @drawnbymary. She's an amazing illustrator and artist, inspired by art at a very early age. She shares her journey through a period of immense grief, loss and pain; and how her art and self expression guided her through the healing process. We discuss how her inner strength is continuously being revealed …
 
Heather Greenwood is a senior executive at film and TV production company Fulwell 73, whose documentary production credits include the smash hit about the return of Bros, After The Screaming Stops, Sunderland Till I Die and I Am Bolt. After growing up in a small village in Lincolnshire she and her family moved to Birmingham when she was ten. While …
 
Martin Newman is an internationally-renowned expert on customer experience and e-commerce who has been involved in multi-channel retailing for over 30 years. After growing up in Glasgow and starting out working for the family firm he went on to hold senior positions at Ted Baker, Harrods, Burberry, Pentland brands and Intersport before founding the…
 
Sulene Fleming is a singer/songwriter from Bradford. After starting out singing in competitions as a teenager she’s gone on to appear on countless sessions for all sorts of artists and producers – including Nowegian duo Stargate – and front funk and soul bands like The Brand New Heavies, The New Mastersounds and The Fantastics. In this honest and f…
 
Diane Brown is the founder and president of RxArt, a non-profit organisation which installs contemporary artwork in hospitals, particularly those that treat children. Now based in New York, Diane grew up in Ohio and originally started out in medicine before pursuing her lifelong passion for art, eventually running successful galleries in both Washi…
 
Tony Husband’s brilliant and funny cartoons are familiar to millions of people in the UK and beyond, thanks to regular appearances in publications like Private Eye, The Times, Punch, Playboy and many others over the last four decades. In that time he’s won numerous major awards, including the Pont Award for depicting the British way of life. Meanwh…
 
Portia Jones is the creator of the travel and lifestyle blog Pip and the City. After growing up in South Wales with a passion for travel, Portia went on the first of many solo trips abroad as a teenager. More than ten years of extensive travelling later she launched her blog and has since been shortlisted for a Vuelio blogging award, become a brand…
 
In a special podcast looking back at some of the highlights from Creative Forces episodes 11 to 18, record producer Steve Levine talks about his friendship with Boy George, technology evangelist Dr Sue Black remembers what she did in the first few years after leaving home at 16, drummer Simon Allen explains how his band, The New Mastersounds, got s…
 
Nick Johnson is a pioneer of property development and urban regeneration. After starting out as a surveyor he went on to become a director of the hugely successful city centre regeneration specialists Urban Splash, chair of Marketing Manchester and a teacher at Yale. In 2011, though, he went into “self-imposed exile”, leaving those and several othe…
 
In this episode, I interview Christie McNab, an Atlanta-based actress who at a young age had a passion for film and television. She co-wrote and stars in a short film called the Break Up, and also plays the lead in another short film called Katie. On the big screen, she has supporting roles in the movie Almost Friends opposite Freddie Highmore & Ha…
 
Julian Richer is one of the UK’s most successful high-street retailers. After buying and selling his first piece of hi-fi equipment for a profit at the age of 14, he opened his first Richer Sounds store in London just five years later. Four decades on that store has grown into a nationwide chain of more than 50 shops, 400 staff and an annual turnov…
 
Priya Lakhani is the founder and chief executive of the cloud-based education platform CENTURY. After training as a lawyer, Priya quit the legal profession in 2008 to set up the Indian cooking sauces brand Masala Masala and within weeks her products were being stocked in major retailers including Harrods, Harvey Nichols and Waitrose. She also set u…
 
Jenna Renee Hoffman is the founder of JenRenPro, Orange County's premier senior photography experience. Hungry for a creative career that enabled her to unleash her creativity and capitalize on her unrelenting work ethic, Jenna turned her side hobby into a living, breathing business. She inspires other creatives to take the leap, honor self express…
 
Megan Haskell is the award winning author of The Sanyare Chronicles, Content Director for OC Writers, a Network of Publshed and Aspiring Authors and the mother of two young children. In the last three years, she has written and published four full-length novels, three short stories, and co-written and published a non-fiction guidebook. Listen in as…
 
James Ingram is the chief executive of the e-commerce photography and video specialist, Splashlight, and host of the Creative Intelligence Podcast. After growing up in Chicago where he showed an early interest in creative design, James moved to Brooklyn at the age of 19 to start working in the printing industry. Over the next three decades he worke…
 
Interview with Libby Dorot, the electronic mantra music artist Oslee. Her first album ELEVATE includes high vibe and heart centered tracks bringing ancient yogic mantras to modern life. A classically trained singer, who performed for the Washington Opera as a child, she shares her journey to connecting to her heart and the cosmos, to create her mus…
 
Dave Fishwick is a self-made millionaire and the star of Channel 4’s Bank of Dave. After growing up in Nelson, Lancashire, and leaving school at 16 with no qualifications, Dave started his entrepreneurial journey selling used cars. More than two decades later his eponymous company has grown into the biggest supplier of new and used minibuses and wh…
 
Amina Makhdoom is the founder of Fresnel Consulting, a success coach, author and master manifester. Amina shares her process for creating and bringing forth miracles in her own life, how and why she started the Joy Challenge and how the simple act of non-suffering opened up space and time for her to create something even better in the world.…
 
Dr Felice Gersh is a multi-award-winning obstetrician and gynecologist and the founder of the Integrative Medical Group of Irvine. After completing her medical training at the University of Southern California Medical School she spent many years working as a doctor of obstetrics and gynaecology where she developed a unique take on women’s healthcar…
 
Raghubir Kintisch is an artist, educator and yogi. She is opening conversations about how we access and interact with the subtle realms & how spiritual practice and art practice are one and the same. Listen in to learn about strengthening your nervous system and energy reserve to overcome resistance, how to uplink to the universal mind to open your…
 
Dr Sue Black left home and school at 16, got married at the age of 20 and was a single mother of three at 25. After completing a degree in computing and then a PhD in software engineering she’s now a technology evangelist and digital skills expert, a UK government advisor, Honorary Professor of Computer Science at UCL, social entrepreneur, writer a…
 
Interview with Jenny Johnson on her serendipitous career journey as a creative and an entrepreneur. Jenny is the design manager for Gensler, the worlds biggest architecture and design firm and she’s the founder of the Lum Collective, a graphic and web design and branding consultancy. She shares how opening herself up to the pure creative force led …
 
Tami Pardee, the Founder and CEO of Halton Pardee + Partners and creator of the Life Change Warriors Foundation shares how she and her team are helping those in need overcome their challenges and set goals to “star in the life they love.” www.lifechangewarriors.orgAv Kristi Daniels
 
My interview with Alex Shade the president of First Generation, an integrative marketing firm based in Allentown, PA. Alex shares insight on running a creative business, the balance between managing and creating, how to delight your clients and how to consistently stay inspired to create the best.Av Kristi Daniels
 
Musician, record label manager and photographer Simon Allen is a founding member of funk and soul outfit The New Mastersounds and runs the band’s label, One Note Records. Born in Warwickshire, Simon moved to Leeds at the age of 18 where he met guitarist Eddie Roberts and started a musical relationship that is still going strong today. In this insig…
 
In this episode, I interview Madison Erceg, a stand up comedienne from Atlanta, GA. She shares with us her journey, how she is creating the opportunity to write, perform, have a voice and be the realest, rawest version of herself. We talk about how a few wrong turns helped her face her biggest fears and then everything started to click. And how hum…
 
In a special podcast looking back at some of the highlights from Creative Forces episodes six to ten, DJ and author Dave Haslam explains why he chose “Sonic Youth Slept on My Floor” as the title of his memoir, food waste entrepreneur Tessa Cook talks about the moment she came up with the idea for her smartphone app OLIO, writer and director Keith F…
 
In a special podcast looking back at some of the highlights from Creative Forces episodes one to five, new media visionary Ajaz Ahmed explains whether he knew what he wanted to be when he was school, dating industry expert Charly Lester explain why she loves taking on challenges, author Nick Royle outlines where his ideas come from, health food ent…
 
After joining CBS as a trainee tape operator at the age of 17, Grammy and Brit award-winning record producer Steve Levine has gone on to enjoy a hugely successful career in the music business, working with artists like The Clash and The Beach Boys and producing the first three Culture Club albums. A pioneer of digital recording techniques, he’s als…
 
Jason Wingard is a multi-award winning filmmaker, writer and director. His latest film, the critically-acclaimed comedy Eaten By Lions starring Jack Carroll, Antonio Aakeel & Johnny Vegas, premiered at the 2018 Edinburgh Film Festival and won the Audience Award for Best Film at the Bagri London Indian Film Festival. His short film In Another Life, …
 
Paul Blanchard is a PR guru, author, media commentator and creator of the hugely successful Media Masters podcast. As well as his two decades working in the media industry, Paul has created and sold an IT business, served as a local councillor and stood for parliament. In this episode hear how he started the Media Masters podcast and how its format…
 
Keith Farrell is a writer and director. After several years working on period drama documentaries, including the multiple-award winning A Terrible Beauty, the story of the the 1916 Easter Rising in his native Dublin, Keith has most recently moved into writing and directing contemporary drama. His 2017 short film, Rabbit Punch, about a young refugee…
 
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