35 Burst results for "Carly"

CMA Awards: Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning team up as hosts, Carrie Underwood to perform and what else to know

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 2 weeks ago

CMA Awards: Luke Bryan, Peyton Manning team up as hosts, Carrie Underwood to perform and what else to know

"Luke Bryan and Peyton Manning will host tonight's country music association awards in Nashville I'm Archie's aleta with a preview Miranda Lambert's Reba McEntire and Carrie Underwood are expected to be among those paying tribute to Loretta Lynn in the opening performance of the CMA awards which air live on ABC 29 Carly Pearce has 5 nominations and two performances to worry about and she loves it It is gonna be busy but oh my gosh like the busy Ness that I've dreamed of my whole life so I'm really excited Yeah I don't know if you thought leni Wilson is the top nominee with 6 entertainer of the year contenders are Lambert Underwood Luke combs Chris Stapleton and Morgan Wallen

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Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor absent from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony with stage 4 cancer diagnosis

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 3 weeks ago

Duran Duran guitarist Andy Taylor absent from Rock & Roll Hall of Fame induction ceremony with stage 4 cancer diagnosis

"That Rock and Roll Hall of Fame welcomed a new class of inductees in Los Angeles on Saturday And Margie's are a letter with the latest Olivia Rodrigo performed on behalf of inductee Carly Simon who did not attend after the deaths of two sisters Lionel Richie eurythmics pep benatar and Neil Geraldo also were inducted Andy Taylor was unable to attend because of stage four prostate cancer Eminem says his induction was about more than just him I'm a high school dropout man with a hip hop education And these are my teachers And

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"carly" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

Netflix is A Daily Joke

02:05 min | 3 weeks ago

"carly" Discussed on Netflix is A Daily Joke

"I miss a lot of things about the lockdown. Is that bad to say? No. I took 7 walks a day. I missed those videos that went viral every single day. Of just a woman that didn't want to wear her mask. I love that lady. I love them. It was always the same thing too. It was just some lead to like, you can't tell me. I'm sorry that she southern. It's just that she was always southern. You can't tell me what to do. The other person was just like, man, this is a long John Silver's. And you're not wearing any shoes. I went through a lot, kind of during the lockdown. I'm 31 now, but I turned 30 during the whole thing. Thank you. Wow, are you guys all 30? Like, every single one of you? That's cool. I went through this thing, though, where I thought about where I would be at this point in my life. What I would have thought as a teenager, do you ever do that? It messes me up. If you were to ask me at 15 years old, I would be like, okay. First of all, here's what's definitely going to happen. 31 ew, that's a Scott Singh. But so I'm definitely going to get married when I'm 20. For sure. That's happening. And then I'm just going to go to Europe. For 5 years, because that doesn't cost any money. That's free. And then by the time I'm 31, I'm going to have three kids just be a stay at home mom. And now I'm 31 and I'm always like, do I have two tampons in right now? I don't even know. Catch Carly aquilino and Pete Davidson presents the best friend. Only on Netflix.

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 Joanna Simon, acclaimed singer, TV correspondent, dies at 85

AP News Radio

00:36 sec | Last month

Joanna Simon, acclaimed singer, TV correspondent, dies at 85

"Two of musician Carly Simon's sisters have died within a day of each other I'm Archie's are a letter with the latest Joanna Simon who was an acclaimed opera singer before becoming an arts correspondent for the McNeil lehrer NewsHour died on Wednesday at the age of 85 She had thyroid cancer Lucy Simon known for composing the music to the Broadway musical The Secret Garden died of breast cancer on Thursday at the age of 82 according to her daughter Carly says the loss of her sisters will be long and haunting but it's impossible to mourn them without celebrating their incredible lives

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Sandy Hook witnesses testify about Alex Jones' hoax claims

AP News Radio

00:49 sec | 2 months ago

Sandy Hook witnesses testify about Alex Jones' hoax claims

"Testimony has begun in the latest trial against Alex Jones for spreading lies about the sandy hook school massacre Carly Soto paresi is the sister of a teacher who was gunned down in the 2012 sandy hook shooting and she says she's been hounded and harassed by those who believe Alex Jones falls claims that she was a crisis actor She says the hassling continued even after she moved from Connecticut where the shooting took place to North Carolina an FBI agent who responded to the shooting also testified William altenberg told jurors the bloody scene he encountered was no hoax as Jones has claimed Jones is already lost by default the defamation part of the case this trial will determine how much money he'll have to pay for lying about and profiting off his bogus hoax claim I'm Oscar wells Gabriel

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Child Star Jennette McCurdy Spills the Beans on Creepy Dan Schneider

AJ Benza: Fame is a Bitch

02:23 min | 3 months ago

Child Star Jennette McCurdy Spills the Beans on Creepy Dan Schneider

"We haven't talked about genetic mccurdy yet, have we? Oh, wow, this is quite a story. Jennette McCurdy has written a book about all the shit she went through as a child star and the excerpts are pretty wild, but I do recall me giving you some of this crazy story on this podcast some years ago, so I was on this before she wrote the book, so Jennette McCurdy, who used to be on the children's show I Carly. She wrote this memoir, wonderfully titled, I'm glad my mom died. And horrible. And in this book, she details her life as a child star her relationship with her mom and her experiences with Nickelodeon. That's a network that many actors and actresses can't rub the stink off them. In the book, she really goes crazy. The book hit stores yesterday. So in this book, mccurdy details the humiliations and the mistreatment she endured while growing up in the public eye. She writes about being photographed in a bikini at a wardrobe fitting and then being encouraged to drink alcohol by a person she simply refers to as the creator. Now, even though she doesn't reveal the creator's identity, she is without doubt referring to one of my favorite subjects on fame as a bitch during my pedophile hunting days, will be smoked him out of every corner in Hollywood, and we name names, that would be the iCarly creator Dan getting the van Schneider. Who left the network back in 2018 amid rumors that he was verbally abusive and difficult to work with now some who work with him also said they felt uncomfortable when he frequently asked an employee from the costume department for shoulder and neck massages or he used to text child actors outside of work hours. That's fucking creepy than anything. Mccurdy also said it's important to talk about. It was so commonplace. His behavior and it was all accepted because everybody was scared of losing their job. I don't blame any of them. I get it. But it was really unfortunate. Everything that happened in the children's television series environment it really seems like there's not much of a moral compass there. I'm so glad finally, after all these years and she used to get a lot of shit for not wanting to work on that show anymore. After all these years, somebody speaks out against this horrible person.

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"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:47 min | 4 months ago

"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"And we were just at our Woods end. How do we lead a team, how do we do this? And one of our advisers, one of our board members who runs a huge company, said to us, well, the good news is no one has done this before. So you are getting the best training that you could ever have and you guys ten years from now are going to be the best leaders ever. Because I'm learning this and I'm in my 50s. You know, and it's like, once I kind of started to frame it that way, there actually isn't a right answer because we haven't been through this stuff before. It helps. That's incredible. Carly, a company is only as strong as its leaders. You're like, mom and dad or mom and mom. And my mom and mom fight, it's no good. So every tight relationship has its potholes. How do you navigate that between you two to make sure that the union, you know, stay strong? Well, I think you use the word union, which associated usually with marriages, but I am laughing, but it's also very true, which is having a cofounder is a work marriage. And when we started, I will say we were naive and about a lot of things, but this was actually the one area. I think we're really smart about. We sat down and really talked through everything as if it was like a prenup, basically, of like, what would happen if we disagree? What would happen if you need time? What would happen if this happened? And very much from the beginning, we're like, what does success look like? What do we want the outcome to be? What are our values? What are our priorities? And I think one of the things when I look back is the answers to those questions have changed over time. We don't have the same answers who would at 25 or 26. And now, right? But I think we've continually checked in very regularly to ask each other. What does success look like? But if we had these two choices, what would you do? What would you want to do? And I think that that has helped us stay aligned. So that even when we have disagreement, you know, you can disagree, do I want the skim teal to be this bright blue or this dark blue? You can disagree. But why do you care so much? It's because I want this outcome for this company. I want this company to stand for something. And we've always had a rule whoever cares more about something wins. We have enacted that rule many times. And I think being aligned on the big stuff makes it very easy to get over the little stuff. Yeah, we've disagreed a lot. I think we've also been really good about separating friend time, where we hang out all the time, and work time. And when word friend time, we don't talk about work, or if we do, it's like in a very passing way. Okay, what? Now, you're here now. It's been ten years. So when you think Danielle about what's ahead, and I'm sure you guys played this game, you played the numbers game back in the day. What do you see ahead for the scam?

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"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:27 min | 4 months ago

"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"Next ten years at the jobs that we had. So, you know, often, I mean, they say a perfect business model is find a need and fill it. Was there nothing out there? Did you say, well, wait, is there something close? Are we in fertile territory? Or are we kind of out here lumped in with a whole bunch of other groups, Carly? Funny, like email is so popular today as a delivery mechanism, but it really was not for brands at that point in time. And so many companies and people you went to it for advice were terrible idea. Email is dead. They would email that to us. We were definitely kind of the first to market, if you will, and thinking about email as a way to reach this type of audience and part of their daily routines, they were a lot of things that came before us that we were huge fans of daily candy and thrillist. And people that we really looked up to who had created lifestyles, but they weren't necessarily brands around daily information. And we definitely knew and saw and felt that who we were reaching, which was this generation of women, were not being targeted, maybe being targeted. It would actually we're not being reached by certainly the traditional outlets and definitely not any of the new kind of quote unquote new media outlets. So there was this real kind of white space for us to fill. And we definitely filled it and kind of spooked in, but I think we did it in two ways, not just who we were reaching and how we were reaching. It was like the delivery mechanism at the time. And then also the voice, you know, I remember, especially in the early days, we really, really wrote the way that you speak, meaning like we didn't do a lot of commas or grid grammar because you don't none of us speak that way.

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"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

04:56 min | 4 months ago

"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"And also there's something about reflection as we sit here ten years down the road. Everyone's evolving. Your readers are evolving. And you guys have had to navigate those waters. I want to get into the genesis, but to exist for ten years, you have to be good at that. Will you guys just tell me Carly, how did you how did you keep evolving and not keep the exact same model for ten years? The great question. I think part of the natural answer is that because we are her as we evolved as our world got more complex as the world got more complex and crazy and obviously, you know, when I think back to when we started in 2012, we thought news was noisy. And we're like, wow, what a crazy world we're in right now. And it's like, that is adorable that we thought that that was loud then. Nobody could have possibly imagined what the last ten years would hold in terms of just the division in our country and all the things that have happened. And the problems that we thought we and our Friends had or that our audience had have just gotten more complex over these last ten years. And part of it is because we've grown up and now she's a parent or she's bought a home or navigating her career in a different way or going through fertility. Like whatever it is, and part of it is because the world itself got more complex. And so I think that it wasn't necessarily intentional to be like, let's have a meeting on how to evolve. But more like the voice of the skim matured because that is a natural thing that happens as you age. And our brand has matured and how we talk to her and show up for her has changed because we're not just showing up with giving her the news that she needs every day. It's also, how do we help her navigate going through fertility, going through saving, trying

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"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:11 min | 4 months ago

"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"We had a conference call with our parents. We were muted and we were outside of 30 rock and we're like staring at each other and we're listening to our families, be like, they don't even know what they're getting into. And we just knew we had to do this. I'm Carly zakin, and I'm Danielle weisberg. Welcome to 9 to 5 ish with the skin. We've run into so many questions over the years and had so many moments where we needed advice and we got it from women who'd been there. And that's what we're bringing you with this show. Each week we're helping you get what you want out of your career by talking to the smartest leaders we know. Because we

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Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie get into Rock Hall of Fame

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 7 months ago

Dolly Parton, Eminem, Richie get into Rock Hall of Fame

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Cavs top Nuggets 119-116 in OT, end Denver's road win streak

AP News Radio

00:40 sec | 9 months ago

Cavs top Nuggets 119-116 in OT, end Denver's road win streak

"Lauri Markkanen nailed the go ahead three pointer with twenty nine seconds left and scored a season high thirty one points leading the Cavaliers to a one nineteen one sixteen overtime victory over the nuggets Darius garland had twenty five points and thirteen assists as Cleveland ended Denver's team record eight game road winning streak it's just getting a win so is that an error by just stand ready have that dog mentality as you talk about coming in and just plain at Best Buy in harden's grass for you Carly okay tried thirty two points ten rebounds and eight assists for Denver the nuggets blew a fourteen point fourth quarter lead in loss for the first time on the road since February eleventh I'm Dave Ferrie

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 Chris Young leads Academy of Country Music nominations

AP News Radio

00:33 sec | 10 months ago

Chris Young leads Academy of Country Music nominations

"Chris young leads the academy of country music award nominations with seven marches are a letter with the latest Chris young earned three of his seven nominations for his collaboration with Kane brown on famous friends Miranda Lambert and Walker Hayes each have five nominations Lambert Jack Ingram and Jon Randall are up for album of the year for the Marfa tapes they're up against young Carly Pearce Thomas Rhett and Morgan Wallen who was removed from last year's ballot after video surfaced of him using a racial slur entertainer

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Dolly Parton, Eminem, Lionel Richie among Rock Hall nominees

AP News Radio

00:38 sec | 10 months ago

Dolly Parton, Eminem, Lionel Richie among Rock Hall nominees

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"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

05:30 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"Have any secret hobbies or skills? Oh. Secret hobbies. Well, I love to cook. I am one of those women with animals. Probably, I would say. Although I do draw the line at pushing them in a baby care. That is a good line to draw. I'm pretty crazy about my animals. So I was reading that you were a brownie growing up, but never became a girl scout because you moved around so much. True. That being said, top girl scout cookie, go. Oh, oh, mint. Absolutely meant. There's nothing close to it. All right, fair. Next would be peanut butter. Better choice. Yeah. I think I'm gonna judge you with my favorite. Inbox zero or inbox a thousand. I would say I generally keep around 15 because there are things that I have to do. So if it's something I dispense with, it goes away. If it's something I don't want to deal with because it's not necessary to deal with it. It goes away. If I need to deal with it, it stays in until I've dealt with it appropriately. Same, I admire that. Okay, my last question, who's the last person you texted? My granddaughter. What's your guilty pleasure? Shoes. My too. It must be in the name. Good answer. All right, let's get into the heart of the show. So Carly, you started at AT&T and management training. And reading about some of what you dealt with then was shocking. Like your colleague, who once told you that the only way you could meet the clients was to go to the strip club with them. When you reflect on these moments, how do you think about them now? Am I jaw was dropping when I was reading about this? Well, first they are shocking now. Maybe in reflecting back what's surprising is how un shocking they were then. They were terrifying, but not shocking. Yes, my first business meeting was in the strip club. When I became a boss for the very first time, my new boss introduced me to my subordinates as this is Carly our token bimbo. I mean, I could go on and on with stories that are.

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"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:18 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Skimm'd from The Couch

"Perfection isn't the goal. Being liked by everyone is of the goal. The goal is progress. The goal is impact, the goal is to learn from your mistake. I'm Carly Aiken and I'm Danielle weissberg. Welcome to 9 to 5 ish with the skin. We've run into so many questions over the years and had so many moments where we needed advice and we got it from women who'd been there. And that's what we're bringing you at this show. Each week we're helping you get what you want out of your career by talking to the smartest leaders we know. Because we know your work life is a lot more than 9 to 5. All right, let's get into it. Today our guest is Carly fiorina. She's an American businesswoman who was an executive at AT&T before she went on to be the first woman to run a fortune 50 company. When she took over as CEO of Hewlett Packard. And after leaving HP, she pivoted into politics. She started as a political consultant for John McCain, and in 2016, even ran for president herself. Now she remains focused on finding the next generation of female leaders in the GOP. Carly, welcome to the show. Thank you so much. Thanks for having me. So before we get into the conversation, we want to warm up a bit with a lightning round. So we can get to know you better. Quick questions, quick answers. You ready? I'm ready. The quick is always the challenge, but I'm ready. I agree. We can nervous having another Carly here. Okay, first of all, what is your Carly nickname in your family? Well, Carly is a nickname. My real name, my full name is carleton, and for a whole bunch of reasons that won't fit in a lightning round. Carlton got to be complex, including the fact that I received a draft notice when I was in college. So I therefore took on the nickname that my mother had for me, which was Carly, and now it's fashionable, but at the time it wasn't. I never knew this. I had no Carly could be a nickname, okay. What is your first job on your resume? Answering telephones for a 9 person real estate firm. Do.

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2021 CMA Awards: Chris Stapleton wins 6 but Luke Combs takes biggest

AP News Radio

00:35 sec | 1 year ago

2021 CMA Awards: Chris Stapleton wins 6 but Luke Combs takes biggest

"Luke combs takes entertainer of the year the Country Music Association awards I marches are a lot of with the latest com says he does not deserve to win entertainer of the year but he's glad he did Old Dominion won vocal group Warner brothers Osborne won vocal duo Carly Pearce one for female vocalist and she lost it everyone you know the country music is all I'd love the big winner of the night Chris Stapleton who won six awards including male vocalist and album of the year for starting over Jennifer

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Carli Lloyd Scores a Record-Tying 5 Goals in USWNT Match vs. Paraguay

This Morning with Gordon Deal

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Carli Lloyd Scores a Record-Tying 5 Goals in USWNT Match vs. Paraguay

"A bang. US. Forward Carly Lloyd scored five goals in nine Nothing hammering of Paraguay in one of her final matches before retiring from soccer. The 39 year old will play three more international contest before calling time on her USA career. Lloyd's five goals equalled the record for most goals scored in a women's international match for the U. S is

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"carly" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

The Power Trip After Party

04:28 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on The Power Trip After Party

"Dropped off. It'll deal. I certainly do. Yeah it goes by fast buddy. Enjoy the events because my unbelievable unbelievable. Well i'm a jump out the window. Now i love you bye. Who says love you when you say to them on the air when we do use. Pa does yeah peak. Gets mad if he says. I love you and if you don't say it back he gets very annoyed. Why don't you ever say that tickles carly do you. Do you have any affiliation with your former school because davis. Oh yeah. I've been in their magazine. You have reason. I was one of. I was what. I was one of the chosen few to be in like a big magazine for them. Highway your broadcast. Tv and radio broadcasting career. But it was a lot of like give sixteen stuff to broadcast. But what's up next for true. Ultra ultra well you. Yeah we we got you guys on board some commercial spot. You guys promised meal. Come you'll out come to me and tell me though if you have any issues. Don't want it to be like a thing. No we're going to be passive aggressive. Just come to me but hey dude. Yeah yeah yeah ultras great so we have a bunch of stuff. Coming down the pipeline. What are you going to do the next five or ten years. What's the carly plan. I don't know that's a great question. I mean a lot of. It's dependent on j. I mean now the seasons in pittsburgh i've put a lot i'm just like slowing down and putting most things on hold just so that i can be there with the kids because without him around I want to be there for them more. So we don't we aren't going to have a babysitter during the school year anymore. Like do anything like that. So i'll just once once it gets into kindergarten knowing you've days free couple of years actually going to be doing a little this year for three hours three days a week. That's mommy time. That's mommy's cycle time. Jesus or binging good.

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"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

04:19 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Super and you sweatpants. From what i. Yeah yeah we. We got engaged actually. The weekend of locked down in new york city. Central park is friday the thirteenth march thirteenth elected. Yeah yeah real time. Poor danny you know already. Having the exile of having to propose or not having to things and meanwhile the world is going crazy We were supposed to have an engagement party and last minute canceled. But we the two families got to be together and we sang by the piano and very Kyun matt's fashion The most important thing was for danny was that his grandma would be able to be there. So we brought the wedding to grandma We did the the marriage license nuptials at the honda civic center But we were lucky to just do just our two families in boca at grandma's house at booz house yeah invoke into in december And we By younger brother. Jake is a tech wizard. And he works in like events and so we didn't do zoom wedding. We actually did a youtube link and it was cool because friends and family were watching from all over with their kids with their parents. And you know it was in florida and then came back to la and we didn't think we would ever be moving but as we're thinking about starting a family we you know danny's from michigan. I'm from new york. And both of our families. Spend time a lot in florida and we decided as we start that next chapter we wanna be closer to family and that was really the main reason for for moving so moving to miami staying in a warm weather climate We'll have to adjust to the humidity. But we'll get there. I saw on instagram. That you designed your own wedding invitations. How was that for you. Cobbler and choose kind of thing. Yeah i i think you know. There's kind of an expectation with certain things that i do like. Oh you're gonna do. Do the drawing for this. But i did for this case. I did want to do it. It just it felt special and especially because it wasn't with everyone getting to send out like a little i still sent out a paperless post With the drawing on it and you know it kind of had that new yorker style which felt like us so it was it was sweet and no one was telling me like oh. Can you make these edits. I working for oneself right. Yeah yeah do you anticipate this. Move to florida influencing the direction of your practice at all is this. Is this where you're going to open up in person studio. How do you see the work being any different. If at all. I think that the reason i kind of decided to launch want to launch the studio was because moving. I don't really know where we're gonna live or pobably being an apartment or condo for a little bit whereas in la. I thought you know we were maybe going to be in a house and starting family i i wanted to kind of have something that not felt like a little bit more traditional but be able to kind of focus on something and that one of the things that i realized that i love about what i do of all the different kinds of things is being able to kind of draw anywhere i think with design wall coverings and textiles and and moving to this new city. I'm able to kind of do that in whatever type of space that i'm in so if it's not a big you know bigger space. That's okay and kind of open to like seeing how i'm influenced by miami. You know it's will feel very different. I'm excited about that. Because i definitely feel like my artan home design meld together so i'm excited to be able to explore a new city and kind of welcome the new inspiration. That will probably come about well. I can't wait to see what you do next. Currently kim. thank you so much.

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"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:54 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"That you know build something on a social media platform like if i shift the direction of what i'm sharing. Are they gonna stick around but you also want to not just do things for other people you want to do it for yourself. But it is this kind of line to have to balance. Had he managed that. I think it really just has to do with growth in time. I think it it really like where i am. Today is very different from that. I think it's also. Because i feel confident in who i am as a person to and and and where i am in my life so weirdly. I think it's you know getting older having more experiences working on yourself and getting to a good place where you feel confident in yourself. So you know you'll you'll lean into what you wanna create versus what you think. Other people want to create and usually. That's what people respond to and people will come along that journey with you. You know they. I think when i started doing these faces it was kind of a response to me feeling stuck in this one world and fashion. This feeling like okay. There's another fashion week coming up. People are expecting me to draw this. But i don't feel creatively inspired to draw. Draw that and that's where like kind of like the one line technique came into play. It was almost meditated for me and a way to kind of break out of this anxiety of feeling like i had to do something. I had to draw off of an image now. I could just put pen to paper. Not feel like it has to look a certain way. Try something different and it was. It was like kind of a self soothing exercises that morphed into than different kind of style and you know people a came along the ride with it and some people didn't. that's fine. do you get a lot of feedback from your from your followers and fans. you know. i'm lucky. I feel like i don't have too many haters. But you know once in a blue moon. I remember i. I think like at the height of when things were kind of going on. I remember someone said you know. I like art but this is an art. You know. I mean the things like that and i think now obviously am able to kind of laugh at it and be like me you know. They probably maybe they're having a bad day But you know. I think it is really exciting to when people say. Oh my god. I had certain drawings where i've incorporated texan to. That's just maybe as simple as can. I have a hug. And i've had friends you know reject means say like this really turned my day around which is like the most incredible thing or or stranger. Deanne not to me or comment Show on the. I feel like there's more positive feedback that has come through the social media pot form. That is really special. That something as simple as you know a little drying with just like i love you or i'm thinking of you or whatever it is or even just the image itself you know how it can. Impact someone's life is is pretty cool. In addition to prada and absolute you since been commissioned by elle magazine bombay sapphire the jewelry brand alexis petar capitol records and more. How do you get most of your clients now. It really has been through instagram. I don't know a percentage. But i would say the majority of all of those you named and what has continued to happen has has been through instagram. Just a simple either. Dm or they email me Which is crazy. You're also working making fine art. And you do sell prince now. Do you have different methodologies in how you approach working for a client or working for yourself for commissions on the kind of more traditional art side of things. They have ten to be more the faces that are a little bit more abstract. So when it's when it's that it's a little bit more of the trust within me as the artist that you know the person that's commissioning me knows this styles a little bit more free form you know. I've definitely limited the kind of commission work that i've taken on now and that's just from kind of experience and and learning and saying yes to a lot in the beginning to be able to say no now to commission work that i don't necessarily think is what i think is my best work or what i enjoy doing I don't know if that answers. The question yeah you've also moved into home furnishings and installations. How different is it for you. Moving from two dimensions to three. When i switched from kind of you know the digital page to then the page two installations to then textiles. That was an exciting transition. Because i think there's a lot more room to play when you work in design and textiles. And i remember when i started creating wallpaper. You know what maybe was. My original drawing was maybe a simple figure on page on a white blank. Page when you put that into a pattern or a repeat pattern or you add color like i. Typically you know my work a lot of black and white and i feel like i kind of unleashed this or or discovered a different side of my style when i was designing more for textile or wall coverings because it is a different medium it's it's being viewed in a different way. You know you can kind of take risks a little bit more because maybe a piece of art on a wall is is a very specific thing and i really have found this love for design and home and textile and so i'm working on launching a design studio hopefully by the end of the year which is really going to be wall coverings textiles and kind of focused on that. And still you know. Pick and choose things that i do and i'll still always share because it it still the core of what i'm doing are these drawings and i just really have kind of a love for being able to play a little bit more and have things be within the home. So that's something that's exciting so wendy. You officially launch. She doing this on your own. are you. Partnering with furnish home furnishings manufacturer. Tell us everything about getting a scoop So i am working with a company that will be actually producing the wall coverings in textiles and they're based out of brooklyn so they'll be actually creating it but it will be something i'm doing on my own. You know. I want to kind of test it out and explore and see where it goes and i think you know i can have the control over it and i feel like because i have an audience of people that have already expressed interest in it and i had wallpaper for hot second and you know it was very well received so i think it will be good to be able to kind of put it out there on my own. And and i'm hoping by Fall winter chick. Kind of put it out there. That's really exciting. Carly will it be under the name. The cartoon realist or your name it will. I think we'll be cart oriels studio congratulations on this super exciting news. It's really wondrous to watch the path of your career. Currently the last thing. I want to talk to you about is your recent wedding and moved back to the east coast so i the nuptials i understand you got your marriage license at the honda. Civic center anaheim..

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"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:20 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"And i remember i turned it in and the guy was like. You know. these actually aren't what we thought you were going to be able to produce for us. You'll get paid but like we're not gonna use it. And i was like i i mean. Let me try again. Like i wanted. I want to make this work. I didn't want to give up. And you had to draw like fifty different images slightly different from each image because zanu mation and a lot of the other. Illustrators worked on computer. I did everything by hand so like i had to redo everything by hand but again i just knew the opportunity was such a big opportunity and they stuck with me and ended up happening so it was a you know an early lesson you know in hindsight of just kind of saying yes to stuff and then kind of figuring it out along the way or just you know learning along the way. Even though i was terrified by the the ask at the time as commissions continued to come in you ultimately felt comfortable enough to leave your day job with chelsea handler and pursue a career as an artist and illustrator. Which is quite astonishing given the notion that you were not ever planning to do this. My was it a hard decision to make you nervous. You worried about surviving continuing to get jobs continuing to be the the it girl thing. That was interesting was a lot of that happened while i was still at chelsea at the time. My boss you know. He said we're going to be going on a heinous which television shows kind of going to titus and then come back and you know it was. It was february and said we're going to go on a hiatus but we want you to come work for us back again in may as a producer on this show so that was the point that i told them i was like so. I have this instagram. Kinda been doing this thing. And and that's when they pulled it up like in the room who are you. What is this double life. you've been living But it was a great way. That i didn't have to make the decision to quit. I was actually getting paid through that and was able to kind of. Have it be like a test. Like should i do this. And if not after a few months. I could always go back to this job. But i think because i was kind of open to saying yes to a lot of different things and just kind of not being so one path oriented. If that makes sense you know like saying like. I only want to try and mean galleries. I think the or. I only want to try to you know. Be a new yorker cartoonist. I think because it was kind of open that allowed me in a way like to be more open to a lot of different kinds of jobs. You've written about how when this new career path all started to come together. People felt free to offer you all sorts of advice about how to run your business and people felt you should only make originals and not sell prince others thought you should partner with a gallery right away. Others thought you should make greeting cards. How do you make sense of all the advice ultimately for japan south of your own. I think it's still a constant struggle. Like i think because i didn't go to art school and this wasn't you know an intended path. I had definitely an insecurity. Of where do i fit in. I didn't know if i fully felt like. I wanted to go that commercial route and and just start doing greeting cards. But i also didn't really feel like i was someone who could be in a gallery an art gallery and i think it just became a lot of trial and error and what presented itself. I think i got connected to someone at the time who was doing absolute art which is another online art platform. So that was i. Think the i art prints that i ended up doing. And eventually i would create my own art prints. But it's hard to say how to navigate it. Because i still feel like i'm still navigating it And and i do think that. I sometimes still get worried or i've been paralyzed by. If i do this in my not going to be able to do this. Or if i do this. Am i gonna get stuck in this world. And i think i felt that way Within the fashion illustration world that i got kind of categorized into in the beginning. I didn't view myself as a fashion illustrator but it also tied to instagram illustrator. That was that other kind of insecurity that crept up. Because why can't you just be called an artist. You know that even now today. I'm kind of like the. Why is that a bad thing to be called this or that you know again. I think it was. Because i didn't necessarily ever view myself as an artist or that you know to claim that word and it wasn't my intended path. That's i think what has made made that kind of like struggle. Of where do i want to go. Or what world am i allowed to go into. You know you said that at the tiny were also bothered. I the term fashion illustrator Why did that while the with being an artist and a creative is also tied to your identity. And where you are in your life. And i feel like i was in my late twenties going through some life changes relationships and everything and i just think like my identity. I didn't really know who i was. And i also in the beginning only drew fashion illustration drawings or fashion inspired drawings and nothing else on the page. I didn't share photos of myself. I didn't share inspiration photos. And i didn't really feel like i was coming through like i remember when i met a friend person after she had followed me and she said i just assumed you're like this fashion girl that like did her hair and always had a full thing of makeup on and would wear these amazing dresses. And you know that's not who i am. I wanted to explore more of who i was and even though i am not my art it does feel like they're connected and then on the other hand i think because i discovered this artistic side of later i was just at the beginning of it and so i didn't want to be put in a box if i wanted to. Do you know something completely different. And i think that's what happens with instagram. And my my crew did happen in front of like people lie. You know real time. They're seeing me. Try new things. And so i felt kind of constricted by what oh will people started following me or liking my work because drew the readdress so i have to continue to draw the red dress And i think that's a struggle struggle that a lot of creatives probably have even today that you know build something on a social media platform like if i shift the direction of what i'm sharing..

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"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

10:16 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Instagram was just like a photo editing app. I didn't know it was the like public form of expression. Interestingly i decided to go back to your first first first post so like scrolled all the way all the way all the way you posted your first image on january twenty ninth twenty fourteen. When i did that i started to look at mine too and i was so bad at instagram. At the beginning that my first image is in the wrong direction. I didn't know how to rotate yeah direction. But your first post was a black and white illustration of a pixie girl inspired by january fourteenth. Two thousand fourteen post on the website. Sirtori a-list so talk a little bit. If you remember about that. I post yeah. I don't know if i can place myself and easy from from andy warhol's days eighty sedgwick. I like i don't fully remember. You know. I think what i remember. Is that someone One of my friends was like. I can't believe you're you're putting your art out there for people to judge you and i at the time was in like an improv group. That would perform this like random hole in the wall on melrose called neon venus. And maybe we would have like four or five people. They're usually their significant others. Maybe a little bit more. But that was so vulnerable and scary of your face in front of other people's face being like you're at a grocery store you're bumping into someone you haven't seen in ten years go. You know like that was so scary so in a way i do kinda feel like it was exciting to be able to do something creative and put it out there and and maybe and i didn't have my name on my account for. I don't know how long i don't know if it was because i was Eventually while i was still at chelsea lately i was. I still didn't have my name on The cart tori lous. Because again like it's such a weird thing and when you're driving and you're working in comedy you don't wanna be like. Hey guys like i draw on the side check it out you know and yeah So i think in that way was just kind of i do have a memory of it just being fun and exciting that i was kind of stumbled upon this new or old new creativity again that it didn't and i do think that's why i say i think the improv growlings allowed me. Even though you don't think improv groundlings to artist is is a normal path. But i think it gave me the confidence to kind of put myself out there. Did you come up with the name. Cartwright realist so. I think it was that the world was fashion and sartorial and sartorial assed in and then i had this kind of cartoon quality to my work and then my name being carley you know that. Like a c. sound. I think i kind of just like blended the words together of just kind of sartorial cartoon and carly and they had a baby and You know in hindsight it's great but also it's. It's kind of hard for people to say and spell. But i i do you know. I think that there's something that people kind of get a sense of the two worlds combine. Currently while you're in college you took only one fashion illustration class looking at your early work. It's really well developed and you have voice and a style that's completely unique. Had at that happen without any training or consistent practice through your life at that point all thank you You know. I think that it really was the product of repetition in in a weird way i would see an image and draw something and in do that kind of almost every day as just you know having something as a creative outlet and just trying to stick to something every day and i even remember when i started out. I would sometimes use pencil. Because i didn't want to mess up like once. I start doing a little bit more on instagram. Maybe people were starting to recognize it. Then you get scared. And i would draw an image and and use pencil and then go over it and pen and i. I kind of felt like. I had these mistakes within my art. Like early on and wasn't sure of people like that and they were kind of these flaws within my art that i realized that that's what actually people gravitated towards these perfectly imperfect lines and i next using a pencil. I like drawing with pen. Because you know if there's a line out of place on a hand or you know a legs a little wonky or an is not in the right place. I kind of eventually leaned in to that. And i think it was only because i just started. I was doing it every single day. A little bit every day and you know when people like oh how did you find style or how did you get good and i say it's not about getting good. It's about becoming confident in what you're doing. You know. maybe this person over there. This fascist trader was drawing the perfect model on a runway. And i and i liked drawing people backstage. You know seeing the weird angles and and doing it and and find myself gravitating to the things that were a little weird a little bit off if such a unique. I feel like there's an ease to your lines. That is so unique. There doesn't feel it doesn't feel like there's tension in the drying or struggle. It just feels very natural and almost sort of instantly burst thank you. Yeah i think There's that improv side of things too. It's like you know they say yes. And is what the the motto improv. Where you're just supposed to someone throws you a line no pun intended. You know they say something to you and you're supposed to yes and we then went to the park instead of saying. No it happened this way and i and i feel like weirdly. That's kind of how. I approach my art very improvisational. I don't usually plan out. What i'm doing i i do. Maybe have a stack of notebooks of of failed drawings. 'cause i as i said i like to draw pen and because i don't feel like i get the same quality of lying when i'm drawing with pencil unless i'm doing something different and it's that's the style but i still even with pencil don't usually a race and i think that there's kind of like magic that can come when you're just you know going and you're not planning it out even with my with like murals that i later did You know that can be a little scary on a wall planning it out but yeah on. October eighth twenty fourteen. You june illustration featuring sarah jessica parker sitting on the stoop of the brownstone that she lives in the tv show. Sex in the city She sitting on a stoop. You can't really see her face but she's trying on shoes. What happened after you posted this image. So i saw the image and at the time. Instagram was that it was instant and it. Was you know. Chronological and i remember. I drew the drying. And i think i posted it under an hour from one. She posted the photo. And i was sitting at lunch later that afternoon and i looked down at my phone and i got a text from my older brother joey and it says. Omg s. j. p. and i was like whoa what. Oh my god and she had reposted my drying and was just like. Wow that was quick love it. Excess j. p. and the new yorker girl inside of me just was like oh my god any early i mean anywhere. Yeah like you know. It was just kind of like shocking moment. I didn't really know what was going to come of it But it really did kind of kick off like a a next round of things that started to kind of happen all organically through instagram and just showed me like the power of that platform. After the sarah jessica parker reposed you started to get your first requests and commissions one opportunity that came in was from prada. Talk about what you did for them. Yes so that was all through instagram. I remember. I just got like a blind email. You know you set up these emails and wait for somebody to come in you like email yourself a couple of times. I just want to make sure your testing. And i remember i got this email and it was for a digital sunglasses campaign called pro raw and they were tapping six fashion illustrators art illustrators to kind of interpret the line of sunglasses and they were going to pair us with a animation house and they were gonna turn it into an animation and they h- had it all up on this website and it was going to be this big thing and a significant other kind of came in to help negotiate for me because i was just like. I don't know what i'm supposed to do and let me tell you it was. It wasn't all roses. Like you know i did this. Product rock campaign and it was great. It was dealing with people like in italy so there was a delay. I didn't really know what i was doing. And i did these drawings. And i remember i turned it in and the guy was like. You know. these actually aren't what we thought you were going to be able to produce for us. You'll get paid but like we're not gonna use it..

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"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

07:17 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"On paper. But you remind me of a young version of me so i wanna give you a shot and i was able to just of start on her desk right away and what you're doing is essentially rolling calls is kind of like the industry term so you kind of get on the phone. Make the calls. Like i have so and so for steven spielberg batch. Patchy through and you're you're kind of like expected to take notes and you're adding names to call sheets and then you're also managing inbox emails. Up the wazoo where you're setting up meetings for agents. It's all about setting up megyn meetings and lunches and dinners and drinks and it's really fast paced. It's also really great to do. I think especially in los angeles because l. as a very spread out city can feel very lonely and the agency world is kind of almost like a grad school for the entertainment industry. Everyone is around the same age right out of college or just kind of you know the first one of their first jobs and just looking to make friends and there's an event or something for anything imagine imagine a birthday or this or that and everyone's kind of going out together and that's kind of how i made my group of friends. I didn't really know anyone. When i moved to los angeles. And yeah going back to your point. About entre loyd was the assistant to ari And so i kind of joke i was. I was that character You know just went from that boss and then worked on her desk for six months and then had to go to a more senior desk. That was a little more chaotic. And i definitely developed a lot of thick skin from working there but i think it. We're leaving though it doesn't directly on paper seem like it would lend itself to being an artist today are but i think a lot of those skills have just kind of having to like. Think on your feet working in a fast paced environment. Maybe helped me later on. You know navigate later things at the same time you were doing this. You were also performing a groundlings which you mentioned. Groundlings is the legendary improvisation and sketch comedy theater at that point. We you still hoping to get a gig on saturday night. Live or second city or something. That was more standup related. I don't think it was like an actual go. I'm sure deep down there was like. Would you wanna be the craziest thing. I would turn away. Someone's like you should be on us. No but i just got you. I wanted to just put me on. I probably wouldn't have turned down. But no i think it was again kind of why i went to see a i. I was searching. I think i was always searching for what i wanted to do. And i remember. I auditioned in college for an improv group like freshman year. I didn't make it. And that was that and i definitely enjoyed it and when this came about i think i was dating an actor at the time and he was. You know had friends that were doing it and that was another great way to also meet people you know. It's really fun When i when. I got to start groundlings and i was taking classes aid to be in a class environment again when you've been out of college even for just two years or a year and a half and you're feeling lost and you just want a little bit little bit of praise once you're being like yelled that outworked it's good to be good job carly but it's so silly and you're you're meeting people that were so different and eclectic and and yeah and you just get real. I feel like. I had like a really weird period groundlings because everyone's just like do invoices and like you know you're just picking up everything around you and just soaking it in soaking in all the weird characters around you at that point though from what i understand. You had stopped drawing but you began again. Correct me if. I'm wrong here after an unusual experience getting high. You know. it's so funny. Because i'm not someone who smokes. I'm so anxious on my own. Just like it was like one of those. La nights in malibu a friend had it and she hadn't thought about this in a very long time like blushing. Because i'm such a like. Oh my god. I've smoked pot but my friend. Who is a little bit more of the earth than hippie dippy and had always had kind of like a notebook on her. And i you know we were kind of in. Malibu had that experience than and it wasn't anything that crazy was probably like not even anything but Yeah it kinda reopened up that creativity inside me. I had like you said. I hadn't really drawn in a while and i just started kind of like doing these little doodles in her notebook and then kind of started up again. While i was still at sea a you know. I just would draw friends on their birthdays than solely like their bosses would see it and they like. Oh that looks like a weird. Tim burton character. Can you do me. You know But yeah i mean. I just think i was excited. It was something that i rediscovered but didn't really know what it was going to become. It was just as i said that like continuous path of searching to wanting to be more creative at this point you began working for chelsea handler on her television. Show chelsea lately You started as an associate producer and then as management of development and production at chelsea's production company. But you're continuing to draw and began sketching daily. When did you begin to start thinking that this could be something more than just a daily artistic practice but the possibilities of a career. yes so when. Instagram came along I remember sitting at a dinner table with a friend. And i think i had maybe done a drawing of her or something and she was. You know you should start an instagram account. I was like okay. I'll you know. I'll like go for it again. I didn't really know what was going to happen. But i was doing these drawings. Initially i started kind of drawing my like little weird timber ness characters and then i guess just kind of like what was on instagram. At the time in the beginning it was a lot of fashion. Photography fashion bloggers street style. And it just kind of organically. I shifted from just drawing the little characters in my mind to i would see an image and kind of just feel inclined to interpret it in my style but i would credit who i would draw something and say you don't inspired by so and so and yet at the time i think even thought..

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"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

Design Matters with Debbie Millman

09:06 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Design Matters with Debbie Millman

"Design matters. Thank you for having me carly. is it true. you can do. A spot on impression of janice from friends Yeah i don't know how spot on it is. And i don't know at what point i declared this but it's pretty loud and piercing so i don't i don't know if you wanna hear it or not. Yes can you believe chan lubang. I don't see race. Stay on after that piercing noise. So actually i have to tell you i. I can do an impression of lois from family guy. And i know the ease outdraw family guy esque type characters so the pita i love it. I feel like there's like a world where they kind of was blend in the lowest and janice would be good for yes in an alternate universe. You're a native new yorker but until very recently you lived in los angeles. And i understand that your dad played for a long time and a classic rock cover band. Your brother is a filmmaker and cinematographer. So would it be fair to say you grew up in artistic family. Yes and i also have a younger brother who is also their artistic and my mom is very creative and my dad is actually still rocking out in that cover band. Yeah i feel like you know the combination of my parents and growing up in new york city. Where you know. It's the hub of culture and you know fortunate to grow up around feeder and fashion. And i mean just people watching lent itself to being exposed to creativity so early on. I read that you grew up singing and acting even did theater at a sleep away camp i want to this camp point opines upstate new york and it wasn't a theater camp but i think you had to participate in plays and i was a little shyer when i was younger and I think i even when i went to day camp. I told this memory. Have this memory of getting up on stage in crying. Like a you know an end to this summer performance and it's funny because then i would later go on to slowly grow within camp getting bigger and bigger roles. I think my last three years. I was a do opt girl in little shop of horrors and then i was Adelaide and guys and dolls. And then i was jesus and jesus christ jesus christ superstar which was performed on parent's weekend A uplifting performance. Not so much. But we grew up going to broadway musicals and definitely a very musical family. Both my brothers and my dad are all incredible piano players. I quit when i was in fourth grade. Which i'm very sad about anybody that has kids. That's listening to this. Wanna quit piano. Don't let them. I know but we did. Even you know. Recently we were all together and there's a lot of seeing by the piano Which is kind of one of my favorite things all at the same time while you were doing this. You were also doodling dresses and thought you might grow up and become a fashion designer. But i actually read that. That was just one of the many careers. You were imagining happening. What were some of the others. I think comedy was always a through line. You know watching. Snl growing up he wanted to be on snl. Yeah and i would later. Go on to take improv. Classes at the groundlings. Yeah but yeah. I don't know if it was how some people have that set goal like my older brother kind of always knew he wanted to be a writer. Director a filmmaker. And i think for me and my younger brother we we kind of had different interests. But you know maybe we kind of we've two different things and hobbies and krier paths along the way so and then landed and and none of those fields creativity yet but an unexpected really interesting. An unusual path You went to syracuse university and got your degree in science television radio and film and while you were still in school you got an internship working on the television show the view so tell us all about that. I need all all of it. I i believe it was the summer before i graduated college and our main job as an intern on the view was wrangling. The audience members as they were waiting online. Which i believe they overbook usually with these shows for the audience because people don't show up but i guess you know it was a very Popular summer and we would be outside waiting online and have to turn people away and people were not happy about that and got called some few names. Even though i'm like. I'm just a lowly intern. Like i have no power but you know it was kind of that first faure into the world of entertainment and kind of getting a little bit of a thick skin and also being exposed to being on a live set Which was exciting and getting to you. Know what being an intern. You kind of got to shadow in and pop in and all the different departments and who were the time you were working there. I know what whoopi elizabeth barbara. What was that see. That's my. That's where i was wanting to take this. I wasn't sure if she was still on the show. I e yeah well. I wanted to say i personally worked there So you know because we didn't really interact much. But i think it was. Just you know that magic of hollywood or the entertainment industry and kind of seeing these people up. Close you know. I think it was really cool just to see all these women. It was very fast paced. And it was a little bit of an intro into that world which i ended up you know working in. Did you witness any of the onstage or offstage debates slash fights. I feel like i did. My memory is a little murky. I feel like sometimes. I'm like i wish i remembered things more vividly so i can't fully remember but i i have a vague memory of being in the control room and witnessing whether it was fights or even just kind of the chaos of a live show. And you know what's going on in the control room and being like go to come one golkar have not could look what are we doing. You know like that chaotic like newsroom. So yeah. I think that that was it was something that was cool to see and experience after you graduated. You figured you'd continue in television. But you were persuaded to consider joining and agency. And the example was like ari from entourage and you got your first official job in assistant at creative artists agency so ever three questions about a particular part of your life. How does one get a job at a place like creative artists agency. What kind of work were you doing. And just generally what was it like when i graduated. I never thought. I was gonna leave new york city at first and go to los angeles but i think i knew i wanted to be in television and thought maybe scripted and just kind of knew that there was more opportunity and i think i had a friend that had moved to la and was working at an agency and said you know if you don't know exactly what you wanna do in the industry working at an agency as a really great steppingstone. Because you get kind of an overview of the whole industry you know when you work at like a ca and they represent writers directors and actors and all the different areas. So you're kind of learning all the different facets of the industry. And so the way i got there. I think it was a family friend of a friend. I do think sometimes it becomes like who do you know. I think you know. If you go to a certain school and alumni may i think there was a syracuse connection. Got me into the door. And when i interviewed sometimes people have to start out in the mail room which is kind of like that famous like grunt work and i interviewed with this younger agent and she said to me..

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Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:13 min | 1 year ago

Gayle King on Knowing Your Worth

"Gail welcome to the show. All right currently danielle. You guys how're you. Oh it's been a hectic morning all good before we start talking about work and your career. We like to start up these interviews with our quick lightning brown to get warmed up. Quick questions quick answers. You're ready go stay ready ready carly. Let's do it okay. First job on your resume. Fosters brees is a hamburger stand. And i worked behind the counter to hamburger stand in high. Make good hamburger. I don't say i'd make a good hamburger. But i was really good at taking the orders and putting them in the bags. Okay while next question was actually going to be. Do you have a secret hobby or skill. Now you could say it's putting a hamburger into a bad but is there another one. I'm looking for a hobby. I don't actually have a hobby. I don't i don't either. I aspire to have a hobby other than sleep and my skill is. I think i'm a very good eater whether it's fine dining whether it's a dive place. I think i'm a very good eater. That's a great skill to have. I think so too. I'm very proud of that too. I once went on a date guys in a guy said to me. I've never seen a woman order this month did. Did he have a second date. Yeah no absolutely. Do you speak any other languages. Piglet what best describes your work day working nine till blink. It is working nine till blank is good. It is working nine to five. Plus five i would say. Are you an inbox zero person. This is such a great question because the other day i looked at it guys i know i keep saying i'm going to get zero. I've never gotten to zero and it has like two thousand emails cash. Yeah what is the hardest interview. You've done. I would say frank zappa from years ago. It's a one that threw me. Because i asked him you know. His children are named diesel and moon unit. You that and so. I thought it was a very fair question to as you know. Diesel and moon unit. Those are very unusual names as their history there or is there meaning. He goes no their names like gale. Do you have any other questions

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Maryland Launches $1 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Scholarship Program

Leo Laporte

00:21 sec | 1 year ago

Maryland Launches $1 Million COVID-19 Vaccination Scholarship Program

"Program, urging young people to get vaccinated. Kids between 12 and 17 years old, who get vaccinated in the state are eligible and automatically entered winners selected randomly, and we'll get $50,000 scholarships to any public in state school. Lionel Moy ease ABC News. Mike. I understand you need the car. Carly's

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"carly" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

05:14 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"Talked about is great and it should be And things things changing. It's you know slow process but at least it is a process that is being changed Just like this movie just like you know the regular regular guy. But he just as black lead Yeah i it's crazy. 'cause i didn't even look at it that way because i'm not you know a racist personally i don't i just i know but it is just gonna like hoodies. Said it's good way of looking at and thinking about it. Because i didn't i was just like us was just a movie. You know well that yeah. Yeah the the point. I was trying to even make what does that. There's not a lot of just like find tv i. There's not a lot of it. Like i had just have a black li Adding cared people be themselves Instead of people are just try and make some sort of exaggerated caricature and. I don't think this is anywhere near as good as mr nineteen. But why even what even relate to that as the just normalizing the idea of having these types of Nearly you would see a white man or white women played this type of character and then this time it's not that case and i hope there's more of that and we kind of get a while you know wh instead of just putting them in movies all the time let's focus on making this sort of education of real history in put that in the education system because that's my problem with all these like Oppression films that as much as we could say they're important there why. Why isn't the education system adjusting to all that. And that's where i feel like they're feticide so having a film like this where it's just a very common job a watch that happens that black lead i think is inspiring and those directed by a white man that is actually paying respects to the mostly black casts. So yeah so..

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"carly" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

03:57 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"I think that's cooled. A a bruce sticking with the times they even talk about non binary people. Which films have yet to do that. And i think that's cool. They're doing that even when it comes to. The base plot of us were currently is an adults and she's trying to find a love address like she has interest in dating but she spent so much time of being this internet star that she is not very good at handling dating so yeah it does becomes a pretty much a not not why like. Cw like love or tyler period. Another whatever you want to name a love story. I mean you wanna make a little older any others a bit of language not allot the what. What's so weird about. This is that they make this a little bit for older like bill at jokes about the federal government than gender politics and also the fact that as carly's new best friend is a lesbian so she is often dating with other women which i mean. That's cool you know My issue when reflecting back on these shows. Because i was a kid. I loved anything. It didn't matter. I mean it's pretty much. That michael myers the love guru and disaster movie. Those are the movies i like. Okay i can no longer just like everything i thought. Did it atrocious. You're like okay. Thank you good. This is where. I had to start being a critic. So if you wonder why i get mad at those happy madison movies justin. Those those films broke me as what was it again. Love in disaster movie the free. Bergen salsa like movie spoof. That came out yet. Remember those guys when they were think. But i had to say like looking back at it all the characters in i carly. They were not really fleshed out there. Kind of stereotypical way carly. She's cheerful girl. That is kind of nerdy about the internet and everything sam. She loves feet and shipping and she is also cannabis like she her. Her mom was a criminal who was arrested. Some inches is kind of a troublemaker. Fred fred's the reaction guy. Like wow you. Girls are crazy. Why do that thing. And then jerry. Trainor character is pretty much. Just the goof. The goofy dumb brother a who just wants to do something embarrassing. Random all the time and then the other character there was one call that z and he was pretty much a platform for fat jokes. Because that was his character he was a chubby kid. So we're gonna make jokes about him being fat about him dancing and unfortunately what. This show feels like okay. We're gonna be more adults but we're still going to appeal to the kids. I was like okay. What happened to you marketing. The heck out of saying this is for grownups but when it comes to the jokes when the jokes are talking about politics which that's the edge that they have here then. The jokes go into took. Oh humor that these shows do or even late night into shows like very basic kids. Movies were the joke. Is someone's going to say i'm gonna do something and then the joke is but they do something else instead. Like there. There's a part where randy cosgrove is like no way. Am i ever going to pay attention to my likes and comments however my likes and comments. I was like okay. That that's kinda lame but that that's the type of humor regarding for. That's a lot of the humor and the other thing..

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"carly" Discussed on Pond's Feed

Pond's Feed

04:13 min | 1 year ago

"carly" Discussed on Pond's Feed

"All that and go. What and you're like okay. And now the the quick joke you could say did quin tarintino directs all this. Hey you know couldn't tarintino did have an underage girl proper per sheet and once upon a time in hollywood and that's that for some reason has not been crushing to those day. But the twist here is that no. This was not quentin tarantino's influenced. This was dan. Snyder and i was like okay is so this was just not a part of sam. 's character. Dan snyder specifically why a lot of feet scenes with little girls. It was danced this dude. He was a creeper. Let me say this people have their king. Now when it's bobbing girls who are between eight to fifteen years old. I would question that. I don't know about you guys. I would question that right away but it didn't stop there because there's even behind the scenes. Were he actually like. He went on random grow and wrapped his arm around her and said to the camera. Is she saying anything bad about me. If so i'm going to have to teaser. Emerald a no. I'm not kidding. This is real footage and i was like the and brand was like i would never do that. Yeah that's great not not get back to work. I was like oh my god now. The good news is he didn't rape anyone that we know us. It may come out later. Because i i think he's still under allegations but it's paramount up toll twenty eighteen to finally say you dan. You gotta go and it's like okay. Why did it take you so long. When he's been like us my even salad about. He has a twitter account where he tweets about fantasizing like sexual play with Like carly and sam's feet. And i was like you. Just let this guy go light light creep up on these girls like it ended. I'm just steering this a couple of things. 'cause there's actually a leg a history of b roll footage behind the scenes of him to sing is saying and doing disturbing things that are like you should get management here but this is why what like hollywood has been gone through result line. I mean a lot of this sounds familiar. Like almost like he's harvey weinstein but aimed at kids in as messed up as it is. Yeah he is a rich director. Who got away with sexually molesting his cast for ten years. I what paramount. That's wildly as messed up as all. There was a documentary for making a bike. Carly revealing everything about dan snyder which you can buy it on youtube. But they were to documentary film released out on paramount plus as messed up as a sloppy. That would drive subscriptions because it was a horror movie. I was like wow. This is a show that his age kids and you look behind it. It is almost as disturbing as as the stories about harvey weinstein just that. He hasn't raped anyone that we know of. I mean he's a creepy dude. So i would not. I clicked all this up is like okay. Creep factor alone is enough whether he did anything worse or not. That's just you to begin with like that. Should have been questioned from day one when someone saw that happen so the actress who played san she has her own pocket and this is how disturbing this whole is their podcast is called. I feel empty inside own. Talks about a lot of the life trauma. She went there. 'cause she even talked about her experience on the show is that she had a miserable time end. She was facing depression. Her mom was dying of cancer and she died at the age of at her being the age of eighteen like she..

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Disneyland Reopening Marks California's COVID-19 Turnaround

AP News Radio

00:56 sec | 1 year ago

Disneyland Reopening Marks California's COVID-19 Turnaround

"I'm Julie Walker another sign things are getting back to a new normal Disneyland in California has now re opened it's the first weekend for the theme park which swung open its gates Friday for locals and Allison Stanger could not wait to get here at six AM but they let people in early so that was nice along with Mickey Mouse ears guests wore masks that will reminded about strict code protocols I love the guys here six thank you so much for that many feeling like Carly Anderson who came with her kids excited to see things up and running again we miss we miss it a lot Disney land was closed for thirteen months which hit Lucy bell heart was really rough she's an annual pass holder this is a happy place it's a very magical and being a disease it's like you forget about all your problems it is live the moment theme parks were among the last California businesses allowed to reopen in contrast to states with fewer restrictions I'm Julie Walker

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Interview With Cindy McCain, Business Woman, Philanthropist

Skimm'd from The Couch

01:09 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Cindy McCain, Business Woman, Philanthropist

"Hi everyone is carly my guest. Today is cindy mccain said businesswoman philanthropist and humanitarians her late husband john mccain was a us. Senator known for being a political maverick and highly respected across the aisle. Their life together put her at the center of american politics for decades and her new book called stronger. Details her journey in washington. Dc arizona and everywhere in between mrs mccain Such an honor to have you thank you for joining me. Welcome to skin from the couch. My pleasure i'm happy to be here. Well we're really excited so first of all you obviously and you and your family have lived in the public eye for a very long time. There's a lot we can google about you. But what is something we can't google about. Oh gosh some of you can't google about me. I love to binge programs on television. My favorite being the curse of the oakland is on the history channel. up like that. I love movies. I love things that entertain me. Make me laugh just everything. That's exciting things about teaching things about learning trying to keep away from reality tv but it's heart

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Former Miami-Dade Mayor Joins Call for CDC to Lift No-Sail Order

Prosper

00:43 sec | 1 year ago

Former Miami-Dade Mayor Joins Call for CDC to Lift No-Sail Order

"Sail. More calls Come for the CDC to allow cruises to get back to business at Florida Ports Congressman and former Miami Dade Mayor Carly See Menace as cruise lines operate in Europe and the Bahamas reason why, to at least give us a timetable. All the cruise industry exactly what it is they need to do and let's get going. There is no reason on Earth why cruise industry can be up and sailing this song. The state has sued the CDC over its continued no sale order issued more than a year ago. Florida says the state has lost more than $300 million because of the shutdown and 159,000 people in the state. Depend on cruises for their jobs.

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Interview With Dr. Laura Forese, COO, New York Presbyterian

Skimm'd from The Couch

02:33 min | 1 year ago

Interview With Dr. Laura Forese, COO, New York Presbyterian

"Welcome to our women's history month series on skimmed from the couch. Where we're telling you about the women who made history. This past year. Dr laura for east joins us on today's episode. She's the chief operating officer of new york presbyterian one of the largest nonprofit hospitals in the country on her leadership newyork presbyterian has been on the front lines fighting the covid nineteen pandemic since last year. Dr freeze thank you so much for joining us and welcome to skin from the couch so much. It's great to be with you. Your resume is very long as as i think. Doctors and chief operating officers at ten to be wants one job or when experience. You've had that means the most you. I started wanting to be a doctor from the time i was a little girl so it really is about for patients. But i really have shifted. After i was in practice for about ten years. i'm orthopedic surgeon. And i moved to become a fulltime hospital executive. Because i thought i'd be able to have more impact in so now is the chief operating officer of big hospital system. My job is really to make sure that the business runs so that our doctors nurses have everything that they need to do what they do best which is care for our patients so in some ways come full circle from where i thought i was going to be when i was a little girl. How did you know that you wanted to be in medicine when you were a kid. You know carly i have no real good answer for that it just from the time. It was a little girl. I thought that would be a great job. Every kid knows what a doctor is. They're going to help you get better and i was say my parents were always very encouraging. I don't have doctors in my family. But i had that as a little girl and i stuck with it when reading about you. What stood out is that you have one of the things that many that stood out was that early on in your residency twins. And i know everything there to know about med school residencies. Because i've seen grace anatomy. So i am very very educated on your fields. I still watch it. So i feel like i'm right in there but i want you to take us back to to that time. What was that time like for you. Especially at a time when there were very few women in orthopedics. Well let me start with there. Were very few women in medical school class. Unlike today where we have more women medical students than men. It was unusual then and i chose a field that had very few women in it.

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Simulations Come to Life

Innovation Now

00:51 sec | 1 year ago

Simulations Come to Life

"Computer. Modeling can be used to look at everything that could happen. End to end from the moment a spacecraft touches the atmosphere to the time it comes to rest on the surface of another planet. Here's carly's i'm walt. A flight mechanics engineer at nasa langley research center to explain this. Integrative approach to engineering so we do a lot of work in the computer based world. and it's our job to understand the different components of the spacecraft and pull those altogether in the simulation to give an estimate of how the vehicles going to perform during flight. So mara something. Tony is very exciting. A lot of people. We'll go to whole careers and never see a project through to the end where we're really lucky in this program so we get a chance to see on some occasions emission land. Which is i think an unbelievable experience to actually see all together and see it come to life

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