Creativity. What happens in that charmed moment when a genius song, painting, book or film is born? On The Brainwave Podcast, Gail Hulnick interviews writers, composers, artists, designers, entrepreneurs, and others about how, when, where, and why they fell in love with an idea; what they did to spark it; and what they did next.
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It’s a great listen for anyone interested in the inner workings of the artistic mind and the process for different creative folk. Well informed and prepared host. Highly recommend!
I very much enjoyed being a guest on Gail's podcast. Gail was so easy to speak with, so attentive and asked questions that really delved into the subject, which created an wonderful rapport between us and an interesting interview for her guests. I highly recommend all her episodes, very interesting and inspiring content! Aruna M. Lepore
Gail is a fantastic interviewer who engages her guests with tremendous warmth. Highly recommended for anyone following creative pursuits.
I love the idea of cataloging moments of inspiration!!! Beautifully done!
This is such a great discussion for creatives who need to be constantly inspired with new ideas. It’s really useful for staying out of a creative rut to hear how other artists and creative people find their ideas and then run with them. Can’t wait for the regular release of new episodes!
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