Adventures in Design Podcast Episode 174: The WMC 6 team chats with Mark Brickey

Heather Sakai
  • Apr 29, 2015
  • Comments Off on Adventures in Design Podcast Episode 174: The WMC 6 team chats with Mark Brickey
Turquoise Flag-Tip

Episode 174 – Weapons of Mass Creation 6 with Aaron Sechrist, Heather Sakai and Bryan Garvin

The Weapons of Mass Creation Fest team had the pleasure of talking to Adventures in Design Podcast host, Mark Brickey, in his Episode 174, about the big changes coming to WMC Fest 6.

Talking Points of AID 174

– The process of public speaking and emceeing a live event.

– The decision to keep Weapons of Mass Creation alive for it’s 6th year.

– Big changes in this years festival.

– Focusing on what you’re known for and being the best at what you do.

– Learning about the new and improved home of WMC Fest.

– New attractions added to WMC Fest 6.

– The return of Ink Wars.

– Adventures In Design Live On Stage at WMC Fest 6 (brought to you by Cleveland logo designers, Go Media).

In The Circle of Trust (Paid Subscriber Content)

– Creating a business within your business. Managing large scale projects without bankrupting the parent company.

– Keeping a balance between day to day projects but still finding time to work on large scale productions.

– We breakdown the math of WMC Fest and talk about what it takes to make a event profitable.

– The contagious excitement of Aaron Sechrist and his work.

– Using a beard to hide your double chins.

Connect with the Podcast Participants:
@aidpodcast@markbrickey | @okpants | @sakaipower | @bryangarvin

Direct download: AID174i.m4a
Category: Art Design — posted at: 7:00 AM

About the Author, Heather Sakai

Heather Sakai

Heather Sakai is the Arsenal Manager here at Go Media, home of the world's best mockup templates, vectors, textures and other must-have design weaponry. She also serves as the Event Director at Weapons of Mass Creation Fest. Heather is proud to work for the most passionate creative agency in the universe, the best in Cleveland Web Design, custom branding and print.

Discover More by Heather Sakai

Discussion

We want to hear what you have to say. Do you agree? Do you have a better way to approach the topic? Let the community know by joining the discussion.