This time around, Haz-Matt talks to Jimmy Sparrow! Maybe you've seen him cosplaying Jack Sparrow or Goku at one of the local Conventions, or maybe you've stopped by his booth to pick up some of his prints, stickers, and more. He's a multi-talented figure in the local fan community, so we're talking all about costuming, graphic design, and what keeps him busy and inspired. Don't forget to check out his sites to pick up some of his art and support!
This time around on Locally Sourced, Haz-Matt talks to Davin, the founder/owner/operator of Snack Addicted. You may be familiar with their beef chips thanks to appearances at various conventions, retail pop-ups, and beer festivals! They also have their own store you can visit top pick up snacks and merchandise. Davin believes in quality products and giving back, which both come through in the interview. Find out how an act of kindness help create the business and how Davin continues to pay it forward. Also, stay tuned for a talk with Jimmy Sparrow, Snack Addicted's graphic designer who's also known for his geek crafts and cosplay.
Haz-Matt completely geeks out in this talk with voice actor Rob Paulsen. His career as a Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, a Warner Brother, a demented lab mouse, ANOTHER Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtle, and all points between has made him a part of most people's childhood and entertainment history. He's still going strong today even after a throat cancer diagnosis and treatment. He and Haz-Matt talk about all this and more, so thanks for giving it a listen!
Haz-Matt talks to the creators of Geek Craft Expo Hawaii! Kim and Daniel Way are no strangers to geeky conventions and are bringing their "etsy-meets-comic-con" event to the Hawaii Convention Center October 12-13, 2019. It's a celebration of self-made passion projects from creators just like you - everything that #LocallySourced is all about!
Coming to your pod-feed....right now. Cliff Bailey, local filmmaker and creator behind the "Return to Life" story, and very first guest on Locally Sourced returns to give us an update on what's been happen since his last visit. Film screenings, prep for Comic Con Honolulu, and more amidst the challenges of financing, overcoming criticism to turn it into motivation, and planning what comes next are all discussed. As always, if you've got a project you want to share, send your story to email@example.com. Thanks for tuning in!