The Wall Breaker Interviews Vol.3: Tommy London of The Dirty Pearls!

The Wall Breaker Interviews Vol.3: Tommy London of The Dirty Pearls!

Interviews
In Vol.3 of the interview series, we sit down with Tommy London, the lead singer of the Lower East Side rock band, The Dirty Pearls. Even though The Wall Breakers is usually geared toward covering visual artists, as a singer and song writer, Tommy London faces the same creative walls we all do. We discuss how a simple idea or phrase can be made in to a song, how to keep the creative juices flowing in the studio, and using social networking to create and maintain a fan base. And, after you guys are done watching the interview, make sure to check out the music video I directed for the band using an Xbox Kinect!   The WallBreakers Interviews was a weekly series that profiled a different artist or filmmaker’s creative process, their…
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The Wall Breaker Interviews Vol.2: John Parker

The Wall Breaker Interviews Vol.2: John Parker

Interviews
In Vol.2 of the interview series, we sit down with artist John Parker. John is a painter and multimedia artist that has created some amazing video installations (see the bottom of the page for two of my favorites). We discuss his creative transition between the two worlds, how pressure is a good thing, and how a mix between cosmic energy and blue collar work creates art.   Below are two of John's installations, As Above - So Below and Sweet Crude (which was also projected on the Manhattan Bridge). (more…)
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The Wall Breaker Interviews Vol.1: CAM, aka Craig Anthony Miller

The Wall Breaker Interviews Vol.1: CAM, aka Craig Anthony Miller

Interviews
Vol. 1 of The Wallbreakers interview series!   CAM sits down with Matt and discusses the new direction his art is heading in, what it has to do with yoga, and how he sometimes he just needs a vacation. The WallBreakers Interviews was a weekly series that profiled a different artist or filmmaker's creative process, their inspirations, how they break through the wall, and much more. Originally running in 2012, it was hosted by Matt Weckel.     Matt's Disclaimer: This is my first time ever on camera, so bear with me, it'll get better (hopefully)!        
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