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Our last episode of Chasing Remarkable ended with a nod to Shane Hurlbut, ASC, who started out as a humble farm boy near Cayuga Lake, and rose to become a cinematographer who’s worked on classic Hollywood movies.
But it wasn’t just his incredible drive to be excellent that landed him there.
In Patrick's first interview with the filmmaker, for The Remarkable Ones, Shane emphasized how his commitment to his family and professional relationships were essential to his success.
So this week we talk about how vital it is that we as storytellers have a mutually beneficial relationship with our community.
In this episode you'll hear from:
Ivy, Muse’s resident anthropologist. We’ll bring her in to break it all down for us, and tell us just what’s at stake for Muse, if a connection can’t be forged between The Remarkable Ones and its audience.
Then we’ll talk to three members of the Muse community -- Brendan, Josh, and Maribeth -- who are at different stages of their careers, but on the same path in their efforts to create meaningful, original work.
Patrick and our guests talk about what it takes for storytellers to build and maintain relationships with the communities they hope their content will impact, and be supported by.
Take a listen and, as always, let us know what you enjoyed most, and how we can make the next podcast even better!