With the beautiful Pacific Northwest as their playground, Christy, Arnaud and Andrew created the Together Anywhere app, an Audio Guide that uses GPS locations to help you see the sights and hear the stories of the world around you. Find out how they took their dream and made it into reality.
Christy has always been passionate about traveling and storytelling and how when combined they can connect people through History and time. In this episode we find out how she took that passion with the help of her husband, Arnaud, and best friend, Andrew. Together they created a product that reinvents the road trip. In just under a year they were able to create, Together Anywhere, an Audio Guide app that uses GPS locations to help you see the sights and hear the stories of the world around you.
Christy talks about what it has been like being thrown into the world of entrepreneurship. From sleepless nights to the excitement she felt finally getting to share their product with friends and family for the first time.
Sit back, enjoy the conversation and if it inspires you to take a road trip you can download the app on the App Store or Google Play
JoJo talks with Magdalen Rose about what it’s like to be on and have a following on YouTube as a self-proclaimed lo-fi social commentator.
JoJo talks with Magdalen Rose about what it’s like to be on and have a following on YouTube as a self-proclaimed lo-fi social commentator. Magdalen has been making video content since 2011, the first show focusing on the history of old films: Silver Screen Reviews. The show’s content eventually shifted to a much broader scope including art, vlogs, politics, adventures in video gaming and her fav music Vaporware. We’re still not sure what that is, but she does try to explain it to us. We talked about the misogyny of being online and the pitfalls of being a person who has an opinion. You can find all videos on her YouTube channel and lets not forget the Facebook, Twitter & Instagram.
Cedar Caredio is a talented sculptor who works in wood and stone. As his neighbor, JoJo can tell you that his yard is full of large scale works of art.
Cedar begins with image drawings until he “hits upon it.” Then he searches for the right piece of wood to fit the figure. He chisels away the wood to reveal the shape inside. Often the grain of the particular wood modifies his original concept. He prefers working with different types of Northwest cedar Woods, particularly western red, yellow, and white ‘Port Orford’. Inlays of carved marble, stones, shells, or gems complete many of the pieces. Working in stone has been a relatively recent endeavor. Limestone, marble, slate and alabaster are the main types of stone he uses.
Both his Celtic heritage and his life in the Northwest guide Cedar to interpretations of myths with stylized creatures or designs. Influences include Northwest coastal Native Americans (totem images), Western European mysteries (like fairies), and Scottish wood and stone carving. Tying together these elements with dreams and spirituality has led him to his own unique style. He focuses on defining lines rather than minute details.
He also plays the bagpipes!
You can find more about Cedar and his art at his Studio.