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"yeldham" Discussed on DeaconLive
"Don't look lives. It is now time for up to speed technology. Yeah can you imagine an ipad or kindle for the blind with inflatable braille to change his shape under a used tax a cornell lead coke collaborations made a crucial component of such technology to haptic array of densely packed. Actuate actuators that caused silicone membrane dots to pop up when triggered by combustion. I mean having something that can change its shape and away. You can feel like real objects. It doesn't happen now. The technology's not there. So is this a thing. That goes over your. Is this a rubber type thing that goes over. Your tablet. A total different thing altogether. They're gonna make something they're still in. The process is still working on. Everyone's been trying to make something like this with electro mechanical systems. Something that a blind person can touch and feel and get sense of it. It's almost like three d. fingers and stuff now. I know that. I think it's somewhere they've had. Tv's where you have a pad no bigger than your iphone or whatever but it's kind of big and bulky and the person the blind person would lay their hand on the thing and the bumps will come across like tickertape across the thing when news article or someone was reading something or something like that. I am i wrong. I vaguely remember it. And this then everyone's been trying to do this tech with electromechanical and computerized writings. And they're doing it with combustion with small volumes of gas. Would paolo puts you know. And they say and this can be used in the future for soft robots wearable virtual reality suits medical instruments. But this is just something that just coming up would nowadays. They haven't got a product yet. I think it's amazing. The the whole braille system and how it was created and all that. I just think it's so amazing. If you could take your hand without any side it all and run it across my hand if you ran across a line of something i think i would go down to the sentence below on my going so the boy walk down to the store. Mom yeldham and sentence wouldn't make sense to me. You know what i mean. I would pick up like halfway through the sentences and it's the the braille itself. Amazing if they can do something like this if they can help blind people you know. Get more enjoyment out of stuff. I think that's a whole untapped market. I think that's what they're trying to do. They want the million dollars in technology things on a second. I just got failed there. What do you get when you mix an amazon's alexa voice assistant when alexa would echo show tablet give it a hefty dose of artificial intelligence integrated all would rings home security and let it roll around your house. What do you get. You get a robot for the sake of the robot. Now you get astro. it's amazon. You let me answer that you just gonna just breathe. Let me answer. Are you just going to get right into this segment. You get astro. It's amazon's long road. Home robot. the too tall twenty pound robot has attendance touchscreen and clayton array of sensors. Cameras microphones and it can wheel. Multidirectional araujo can't go up and down the stairs. It's it's awesome. i'm safe. I'm safe if it freaks out. And i go up the stairs. That can't get me. Yeah it's it's not a chucky robot and so early reports of like it's like a robot vacuum cleaner. They're not wrong. It's just you know doesn't clean your house. That doesn't do that park well. Why can't you put a vacuum cleaner on that thing to not yet have you. Have you want the netflix thing called. What is it sex. Love and robots or something like that no. I haven't seen the first episode of season two. They had something like that walked around in the house about size of a small small small refrigerator and it turned on the homeowner. You know vacuumed it. Their thing and it also said. I must kill you at the same time. I haven't seen that. But you know this astros battery operated ones depleted. It goes back to its charging dock. Like i can see when an elderly person if they just need company can do facetime. It can walk around the house with them. They'll they'll feel comfortable knowing something's there but my problem with it is if i had to call it and i said hey astro. I know my wife's going to think. I'm saying hey asshole and i'm gonna get smacked do or not. I know the problem i have. I mean granted. The whole thing is great. Do you ever roomba your house. Then no i don okay so we have three here. I know big baller. Roomba will go around the house and they say the problem i have is when it says it will go back to its charter. The room was never find the charger. No matter how much money we spend on it we put it on the same room. We can put it in three different rooms a square box. It doesn't get too much. You got twenty two acres you. You've got to leave them inside the house. Well we do leave him inside the house but they still can't find the charging base and you know we've got three of them. So i end up picking one look rumors loss and i put it over on a different charger and it doesn't know and so that's the biggest thing you can have it run over the house all day long and fixing do drapes and wash dishes and cook but if it can't find its way back to the charging station. Dan what good is it for. You have to read. The manual is probably some setup. Never going to happen here so One nothing this week. Why was facebook down on october. Fourth was at attacked. You probably noticed facebook. What's up instagram. Oculus message it all down for day and this led to wild. Speculation was hacked. Some government cover up. Didn't even notice during one of these routine maintenance job a command was issued unintentionally took down all the connections and the back down backbone of the network effectively disconnecting facebook the data centers everywhere and the company's engineers were unable to access the data centers remotely because the networks are down and they they finally had to manually go to the buildings but because facebook security is so much stronger now. They couldn't get into the building they couldn't get off thing. Don't believe it. W yeah so. I mean there. There's a conspiracy about the one security officer that was on court. She was testifying against facebook saying that facebook's only in the facebook business to be to make money and doesn't care about all the securities and stuff and as soon as she testified. Excuse me. Sushi testified the next twenty four hours. We had problems with facebook. I thought she was testifying about their business model right that. It's it's their morals. I think she was complaining about the morals. Because they're saying that. Facebook is just in the business of corrupting and taking advantage of all this other you know the adolescents in the ten to twelve the fifteen the twenty to twenty two years old feed them all this stuff and then and they're even they're even on their newsfeed is i think throttling the bad stories come out about facebook. I mean what you. I mean if that was your that was your platform. So they they said it's a security problem or they couldn't too smart for their own britches. Is that what you're saying. Yeah i think they will. They think they made it so she co they couldn't get back in in a timely manner down there they've got people in there you say they couldn't get back in there but yet they can figure out a way to follow your your logarithms. Or you're all those things to do all this other stuff and they can't figure out how to get in their own back yard now. I don't believe it don't believe for a second. Okay well i mean the backup now. This work and i'm not a big facebook fan anyway. So and so what else is going on with you. Dan no hit a couple of interesting jobs ahead to.
"yeldham" Discussed on No Agenda
"President on abbott care. I know that was my favorite cliff. That's good one another one. That's why you got clip of the day was worth it. Thank you thank you very much. A good clip deserve. Here's another one. That's not a well. Let me go on down the list. You got more from what i can see yes three. There's one called ayden without the b. Oh okay you play that one. Yes play that one. Get it outta here folks. you do it all. I'm sorry to go on so long. But i can't. I can't thank you enough now. Did reason i clip. This is because he's been doing this a lot. He apologizes for sucking. He apologized for going on so long. And it's usually like the twelve minute mark there's report out today I think it was from. It might have been from politico which would be surprising after look for that said that the white house is most worried about one thing biden talking to the press. They don't want him talking to the press. They dave and for some reason biden thinks that's where his power is. He's he's so gone he's like. This is what i do this. The press always eat it up. This is what i do. Let me let me have adam. He's all these mistakes and that's why you hear him saying things like they told me. Stop and turn around and leave the rules. But i'm gonna come out and he's apologized for for talking too much. Here's the biden on the tax cut through a talks about my child tax k. Wait a minute freeway. Talks about my job tasca. You know what i think. Here's what i think were went wrong with. That is not a child tax cut. That's why i think he wanted what he should have said was everyone's talking about my three hundred bucks a kid. I just sent them not a tax cut. Its cash yeah. You're right good point. And i seem to say the word cut no because he realizes that he says tack too late. He's already said the word tax so he wants to say check through talks about my child. Tax could j. credit credit card idiot. The one thing you actually have going for you. Is that people love you for that. They do course. Here's the rest of the might mic the mic ouza working Doing buildings stop for us. I got two hundred and fifty dollars. You didn't get three hundred. Said noah your kids dumber texas. We don't need that much. We have lower cost of a three second clip. And this is where again is one of my pet peeves with him. I got you. This is by unbiased on unions. And he's telling talking about something serious and he just gratuitously says not a joke who's essential not a joke. Yeah we need to discuss this for second because the same way he saying guess what like a child is because he doesn't actually know what he's saying and i think that was probably about his build back better. Plan the reconciliation. Bill that particular one. Who is saying. You know the great thing about unions is you this a bunch of union guys from. I understand i'm just saying so. He said why. Would you say adam. You've been doing a great job the audio on this show not a joke because that would be because you don't mean it because you're lying that's why he says does not hyperbole. Yes it is joe here. I have an example. You know the looks like a tornado colon anymore that hit the crops and in wetlands in the middle of the country in in iowa a nevada in plumbing synced across the board. I'm sorry that's not my hyperbole wave better. what about the one thing. He says tornadoes. We don't call more. Yeah what do we call him. I don't know that's that's why i had. The clip was thinking of a different thing is what tornadoes are hitting nevada. None you don't call them that anymore. Courts hitting that. I mean talking about listen again. You know the looks like a tornado. Don't call them anymore. That hit a crops in in wetlands in the middle of the country in in iowa in nevada. Plummy synced across the board. And i looked it up at this question after question On the interwebs about whoa what exactly. What do we call. tornadoes. I always call him tornadoes and by the way what. Crops are coming out in nevada degrees age going money green money. I don't know was he talking about the iowa tornado because that was a tornado. We call that a tornado. But i throw nato but i think in his mind is because he was talking about climate change all weekend long going into manhattan going into jersey with a yelled yeldham by the way in jersey talking about climate change. Wait i think i have it here. Check this out. This'll explain to climate change on the mind and and so we think. Oh it's not it's it's not a tornado. It's climate change something like that. The guys feeble water climate change lookout. Lots road's underwater cars submerged flashfloods filling basements trapping and killing some unable to escape. The remnants of hurricane idle left a path of destruction across the northeast last week. This manville new jersey home was at once underwater and engulfed by flames charged. Stove is the only thing recognizable in the rubble. The outcry in the affected communities the same. They need help just empty hopes. Anita meant he has lived in manville for thirty years through three devastating floods and countless empty promises. Every time. we have been promised that we're going to have hoped that something's going to happen to prevent us from from being flooded but nothing is being done today. President biden visited hard. Hit elmhurst queens and manville new jersey to offer reassurance to families and see his aftermath firsthand and so folks we got to listen to the scientists and economists and the national security expert. They're all tell us. This is code red. The nation and the world are imperil match not hyperbole that is a fac that means. It's bullshit translation that's hyperbole cone ready. Hyperbole code red code red code ran world. The world's being peril. That's not hyperbole. Okay sure so. That's why he does this. Because that's what you do is an old person or some as a young person's child or someone who is old enough in his reverting to child child child just make. I'll thank you copywriting child. Meanwhile the so we've got the the build back better biz on and So this is the three and a half trillion dollar reconciliation bill. I tried to get some information on this. And.
"yeldham" Discussed on No Agenda
"President. Abbott care. I know that was my favorite. That's a good one another one. That's why you got clip of the day was worth it. Thank you thank you very much. A good clip deserve. Here's another one. That's not a well. Let me go on down the list. More from what i can see yes three. There's one called ayden without the b. Oh okay you play that one. Yes play that one. Get it outta here folks. you do it all. I'm sorry to go on so long. But i can't. I can't thank you enough now. Did reason i clip. This is because he's been doing this a lot. He apologizes for sucking. He apologized for going on so long. And it's usually like the twelve minute mark there's report out today I think it was from. It might have been from politico which would be surprising after look for that said that the white house is most worried about one thing biden talking to the press. They don't want him talking to the press. They dave and for some reason biden thinks that's where his power is. He's he's so gone he's like. This is what i do this. The press always eat it up. This is what i do. Let me let me have adam. He's all these mistakes and that's why you hear him saying things like they told me. Stop and turn around and leave the rules. But i'm gonna come out and he's apologized for for talking to march. Here's the biden on the tax cut tax through talks about my child tax k. Wait a minute freeway. Talks about my job tasca. You know what i think. Here's what i think were went wrong with that. It's not a child tax cut. That's why i think he wanted what he should have said was everyone's talking about my three hundred bucks a kid. I just sent them not a tax cut. Its cash yeah. You're right good point. I seem to say the word cut no because he realizes that he says tack too late. He's already said the word tax so he wants to say check through talks about my child. Tax could j. credit credit card idiot. The one thing you actually have going for you. Is that people love you for that. They do course. Here's the rest of the might mic the mic ouza working Doing buildings stop for us. I got two hundred and fifty dollars. You didn't get three hundred. Said your kids dumber texas. We don't need that much. We have lower cost of a three second clip. And this is where again is one of my pet peeves with him. I got you. This is by unbiased on unions. And he's telling talking about something serious and he just gratuitously says not a joke who's essential not a joke. Yeah we need to just discuss this for second. Because the same way he saying guess. What like a child is because he doesn't actually know what he's saying. And i think that was probably about his build back better. Plan the reconciliation. Bill that particular one who is saying you know the great thing about unions. Is you this a bunch of union guys from understand. I'm just saying so. He said why. Would you say adam. You've been doing a great job on the audio on this. Show not a joke because that would be because you don't mean it because you're lying. That's why he says does not hyperbole. Yes it is joe here. I have an example. You know the looks like a tornado colon anymore that hit the crops and in wetlands in the middle of the country in in iowa a nevada in plumbing synced across the board. I'm sorry that's not my hyperbole wave better. what about the one thing. He says tornadoes. We don't call more. Yeah what do we call him. I don't know that's that's why i had. The clip was thinking of a different thing is what tornadoes are hitting nevada. None you don't call them that anymore. Courts hitting that. I mean talking about listen again. You know the looks like a tornado. Don't call them anymore. That hit a crops in in wetlands in the middle of the country in in iowa in nevada. Plummy synced across the board. And i looked it up at this question after question On the interwebs about whoa what exactly. What do we call. tornadoes. I always call tornadoes and by the way what. Crops are coming out in nevada degrees age during money green money. I don't know was he talking about the iowa tornado because that was a tornado. We call that a tornado. But i throw nato but i think in his mind is because he was talking about climate change all weekend long going into manhattan going into jersey with a yelled yeldham by the way in jersey talking about climate change. Wait i think i have it here. Check this out. This'll explain to climate change on the mind and and so we think. Oh it's not it's it's not a tornado. It's climate change something like that. The guys feeble water climate change lookout. Lots road's underwater cars submerged flashfloods filling basements trapping and killing some unable to escape. The remnants of hurricane idle left a path of destruction across the northeast last week. This manville new jersey home was at once underwater and engulfed by flames charged. Stove is the only thing recognizable in the rubble. The outcry in the affected communities the same. They need help just empty hopes. Anita meant he has lived in manville for thirty years through three devastating floods and countless empty promises. Every time. we have been promised that we're going to have hoped that something's going to happen to prevent us from from being flooded but nothing is being done today. President biden visited hard. Hit elmhurst queens and manville new jersey to offer reassurance to families and see his aftermath firsthand and so folks we got to listen to the scientists and economists and the national security expert. They're all tell us. This is code red. The nation and the world imperil match not hyperbole that is a fac that means. It's bullshit translation that's hyperbole cone ready. Hyperbole code red code red code ran world. The world's being peril. That's not hyperbole. Okay sure so. That's why he does this. Because that's what you do is an old person or some as a young person's child or someone who is old enough in his reverting to child child child just make. I'll thank you copywriting child Meanwhile so we've got the the build back better biz on and So this is the three and a half trillion dollar reconciliation bill. I tried to get some information on this. And.
"yeldham" Discussed on Thought Row
"What? Whatever's meant to be and coming my way. But not horses wage. Yeah. Well those are all very admirable. That's actually, I'm really way to live. Okay. Now it's your turn or cygnets are other signature signature question here. We ask everyone this on. And we're always fascinated by their reply and that is, if you could sit on a park bench in chat with anyone from the Past, who would it be? Something that's interesting. Goodness, someone from the past. Someone, I don't talk to anymore. It could be someone. You don't even know. It can be okay. Goodness, someone, I don't know. Oh, goodness. Well, I think probably in terms of Korea, if it was career-related off. I would love to have a chance with perhaps someone like maybe go for a makeup artist, maybe a makeup artist, maybe go and have a chance with a film star and see how they would respond. But it's such an interesting question and and it's in my home, my personal life. I can think of people that I I really love and who I always, we've always would love a chat with on that bench. Well, the personal personal life, I mean I, we've had people that referred to a grandparent or not around any variables are running boards, somebody that really inspired them, I would think anyone, the grandmother that started your career of child modeling, I bet she would have a lot to say now. If she could sit by you and say, oh candy, I'm so terribly proud of you and all the things that you've accomplished, I that wouldn't be a wage. Full conversation. I think it would. I think so. She would be, actually, if I'd known her longer she dies, my early. I think she would have been really interested in the journey, definitely definitely my grandmother the journalist. So I think that is definitely someone and and also I think I'd love I mean I'm always fascinated by makeup wage so I would have liked to have met, Kevin a quan, the makeup artist. He's exceptionally talented, maybe if summer on himself, that's really interesting. And I'm I've always liked the the film Breakfast at Tiffany's. So maybe I could have Audrey Hepburn on the other side of the vent off of fun people. Yes, it would be a very popular bench and they've been wonderful. Wonderful time. Well, yeah, I need to do this but I think it's time for us to kind of wrap this up, Kathy, Yeah. And, you know, thank you for sharing your thoughts and ideas on living a creative life. This is what are podcast is all about. This is what our listeners enjoy offering and they're going to be quite interested in hearing what you had to say and you're living a pretty creative life. I would say, yeah, definitely always will do. I'm really interested in in color and I love going to change expressions and always fascinated by makeup Artistry. But also just generally flowers, sculpture and definitely it's, it's something that said creativity is is of huge interest. My cousin Orlando is an artist as well and he's super talented. So we've got my grandfather was he was a businessman. He was also an artist. So there's lots of talent and art in my family. So yeah, you're carrying carrying on the family tradition and what do you want to tell our listeners entry wage? You know, thank you so much candy for for being on today and so much. You're you're so welcome. And I want to let our listeners know that. If you would like to know more about Monday, we will have links for her under the show guests tab on our website at. Rowe podcast, so everyone can learn more about her and please connect with her on social media, and check out our website. Yeah. Check her out and full run social media cuz you're going to be, you know, love the, the posting, she does of the images, but I'm going to make it real quick comment here cuz we have to go off a candy. Also post classical music which I personally really enjoy, I love it, I love fast, music and lots of different music, I've sense as well. Just lie, so I love I love music. It's.
"yeldham" Discussed on Thought Row
"And makeup forever is really good. I think four lipsticks. Okay. That's good to know what you know what? I think there was an extremely good answer that was such a good answer. Yeah, long enough to ask this, I would ask you a question that I would typically not ask me, but tell Angie and I what are the latest trends in makeup. Make friends are well, the latest trends, they make the makeup. Trends are changing all the time. So it's literally a fax being with myself for four years. I went through their Journey, so the trends are literally really evolved of being I think with the lockdown times and off the Cove it I think the trend has come back very much on skincare and looking after your skin, the eyebrow Trend definitely not over overly be blocked and overly sculpted if it if the eyebrow can sit through and breathe through but still be groomed that's definitely a trend and wage. I think we're we're moving away from obviously, there's the creative makeup and all of the the different colors. But I would say that the look where that there's a little dog. Less Foundation working on all the skincare and the serums and then just lightly putting the foundation on and I'm using that just if I've got any blemishes I used to put a lot more makeup on. Whereas now I'm just putting the make up the foundation on the areas that need but then really working on the skincare behind. So it using I'm using aromatherapy Associates, Rose products, and then I'll just be putting the foundation on top. So I think as the years pass, different trims hits his, all the different brands and the models, at the moment, I think have been the photo shoots have been covered affected. So people after the lockdown, wanting the skin to look like it can breathe life has been. Yeah, that's coming through that point. You can see that great answer again. B. Answer. Thank you. Okay. And when we had our initial phone call log Station with you. Candy prior to this podcast, you mentioned that you had developed positive energies to keep moving forward and keep motivated in your career was advice. Would you have for others that want to adopt the strategy? Yes, I think it's really important to to develop positive energies. I am I'm always lighting candles and I would say I've I tend to I'm not a left-hander but I I tend to think about things in terms of being a left-hander. I think that for anyone wanting to develop their careers, I think it's really important to not less, listen to negative feedback to let it lose your confidence. I think it is really important to to work on any areas where you can build on confidence. I talked to a Healer who's really really interesting and he dead I met him through a lady who I know who is a celebrity and he's really, really I mean I'm a fantastic. But I think that in terms of positive or it's trying to accept any negative feedback that you get, but they're not let it deter you from from pushing forward because there's always another might be another option. Something doesn't work. Either keep a diary note because there's someone else that might want to talk to you. And that's how I think that's keeps the show on the road. Definitely. So not not letting people's negative feedback, just leave them, give you, you know, just hurts as it were. So it's actually quite exciting that the challenge of keeping the the positive energy flowing through. So she took like a small world, I mean, exactly. I think that we definitely grow through that and you could see it's just something really beautiful like in a flower or something just absolutely dead. Shot of color and that's all you need. But definitely there's lots of different ways of creating the positive energy and I think you can pick up on energy very very quickly but if it's not right there may be good to move away from that and find even actually, I think it's quite a good idea. Not even always be searching for more people all the time. I think just work work with the, the people that seem to be working well with you. And hopefully, that that's going to result in instant success. And I think it will always well, so many people think that they need to have lots and lots of friends and that really doesn't work. You know, you need one or two or three, really good, really good friends that are there for you believe in you that are positive and you have to be the same to them. And then you have it's a win-win for everybody. Absolutely, absolutely. I think so I agree with you dead. Okay, good, you don't have to agree with me. I should. I believed I was, I think previously, I was very much interested in organizing lots of parties and events, whereas I think at the moment, I've I think it's after the covers situation. I'm sort of just definitely talking to a few really good friends at the moment and tons of Korea, I think there are opportunities out there. So just because you get a couple of knock backs, I think it's important to be quite repetitive in the sense that you can. Then that's okay, you've had let's say five four and not Banks 5:00 Banks but then then you've got to keep plugging because there if you do keep plugging away there are that you're going to get. There are going to be some winds that comes through. Yeah hopefully yeah. And that's usually the case. That's certainly been the case of Our Lives candy. What would you which? What time What would you like to accomplish in the next two years in the next two years? I think what I would like is to to work at to do first. So she shoots, I'm still doing modeling work. So continue with that and I would say, it depends on, it depends on how things go. But I would like to see you increase the volume of work that I can accomplish. And I would say, I have a few goals in terms of the shoots that, I, I would like to mm like to to achieve. And also, I have some people that have been contacting me in the industry recently who have shown interest so hopefully I know so I am hoping that there's one particular person. So I'm hoping that the collaboration with if that will work that will then open a new door. But in the next few years, Love to just keep working and be happy and healthy, and just keep going with with life and attract.
"yeldham" Discussed on Thought Row
"Andy. What's been the most gratifying for you to do front or behind the camera. I would say that I've been more challenged doing the makeup Artistry and I would say it's I feel like I've pushed myself a little bit more with the makeup Artistry, so probably and and obviously it's involved a lot of training I've been trained by Schumer and with wire sells so long, I think in terms of using one's cognitive skills and building on careers and being able to have a skill that that's probably been more gratifying modeling. I've always thought was very good in terms of confidence-building, also posture and I think it's, it's a good, it's good. I've I've always really enjoyed it so I think it's not been something that I haven't enjoyed, but the makeup Artistry is a clear progression from that. But with no more song, Just I'd say, I would think so, I would suggest you, you know, I have to say something funny, when you said posture Rod sat up and I had to unfold myself. So thank you. I think I've got to work on all of these things. So I think that I made quite a few friends that were models, and they would style themselves up beautifully, formed postings. And I think it's, I wouldn't regret any of it. So I think it's really, really positive and in terms of diets and the weights I was really happy going on castings and not working in an office actually. So oh sure. It was losing myself going on the tube. Have a quick snack at lunch but I think in that I have worked in offices. I've worked in a PR office. But when I started modeling my natural weight came back because I was managing myself and I think sometimes if you're in a sort of job, Corporations. You can sometimes confident because you might be stressed and I've always loved food. So I've never had worries about eating but it's nice when you feel that your natural great. Yeah I did when we're in front of microphones it's kind of important to maintain good posture. I know the history of slumping, it can be a problem chance. The wage is. So what are you going to ask Andy? Well, you know when I when I think of different you ask the question about prosthetic makeup and I am wondering, have you ever done fantasy makeup song? It's almost like an abstract painting on a face at that point and if you have tell us about your experience and that creative area, yes, I've done a lot of fantasy makeup for Tessa cheats. I worked with of or work with beautiful and creative photographer, Royal Shakespeare, and we started working on doing colors like yellow on the eyes off. We put model in with cover her in pencil. Sharpenings. Then we'd put glitter on her face or we put cover her in paper clips. So Royal Shakespeare really wage creates that's kind of creativity in terms of doing test shots. And I've also worked with another photographer, painting and models, and white, and then, but in Los Angeles, eyelashes and creating her into a snow queen. So, lots of different creators and makeups, I've got a whole portfolio full of fantasy makeup and cultures and David, Bowie, and gold and glitter. So my portfolio is full of taking things, lots of different colors and textures, and taking things into thoughts officials. But to also work in creatively with the with the photographer, that's well, then would make sense and the other fact, there too, is the photographer more often than not depends upon the Mekong. Forest to create something that's photographical. You know. Something that's really artistic. Irish are their door testing? That's a better way of stating it. And, you know, you're very creative candy and I could see really getting excited about doing that. It's like painting, right? I love it. I've done them, some sculpture work, I've made a devout of a birthstone and I'm really, I'm very excited about color and different textures so that those are things, I think, Brazil working in a store. I think that working on a photo shoots and on campaigns is a real pleasure because then you get to use your, your different textures. So that's that's really something that I feel doesn't stress me out. But also, I feel relaxed and happy about. Yeah, sure that's okay. That's fun time. I always liked working with a makeup artist that was come up with weed experiment, right? Yep. Activity invariably. I mean, I could light it really cool and and maybe post the model, but the creativity really ended up in the hands of the make-up artists. They're the ones that designed and created the look up this stylist to have to get a credit for stylus cuz stylist, the way they sent the Wardrobe or if there was a hairpiece. I mean, I remember one time we used branches in the branches were in the heck. It all came out of the person's head and it looked incredible. First I thought oh no, this is going to be a little rugged-looking but it turned out to be an excellent shot. Yeah, I give credit to the makeup artist and the trellis all I had to do was show there and click the shutter knowing had all the pressure was on my one finger. Yeah, fantastic song. Well, I think the makeup and the shoot world. I think really does have so much potential in terms of creativity, and I'm very blessed because I've been on, I was booked on a photoshoot to go to to New York with, Okay magazine and then I've Been to Spain. So I've been on some trips as well, that I probably would not necessarily just just on my own. So I think and then working on these photo shoots whilst travelling, I think is, is really positive. So it's just taking broaden one's Horizons, as well as being creative. Oh yeah, you get to meet, get to meet interesting people to definitely. Definitely it's it is variable and I think that the main thing that the make-up artists that seem to do really well are very stoic and they seem to manage their nervous energy. I was working with Evelyn, I was had Links agency. And she was that she'd been a makeup artist for many years but she had just a little bit of a dry sense of humor and she just seemed to stay very calm down and get there on time but it's it's maybe an endurance exercise. Really. If you want to keep going oh yeah I could see that were even let's say well I'm going to I would like to know this is not something I really don't want to know. Can I go sit over there? Can go and take a break. Okay, what are the three make up Staples that you recommend that are not traditional mascara powder or lipstick woke up, Outta or lipstick? I would say for mascara. I said, that's interesting. I actually, I quite like the well, it's, it's a very interesting. I loved I loved working with Schumer Assad's, I loved their products and Y cell, currently, I'm using a Mac mascara, which I'm really, it's got a lot of volume down. And it's so I I do quite like the that one. And I would say for lipstick again, back to the Mac, or maybe, shunt Akai, and I loved Blondie. And then powder, I'm not so keen on Powder, actually. I'm, I really like the skin to sort of to flow through, but if the photographer is wanting powder, might go wrong with, with Mac, go with yourself, why a cell definitely, I love the Chanel products. In my case, I've got all sorts of things. I've got some products from screen phrase as well. So lots of different products.
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"Modeling, they've got a nice eye color, or good cheekbone, or they take a nice picture. I think the main thing is not to listen to what your peer group is saying or your of your social group is saying, but I think it's just a case of working on your skin and got a good headshot sourcing, a good agent and I'd say stains that fit and well as good but not being deterred. By off your own social group, or your peer group because actually if you find a good photographer, don't necessarily need to spend a lot of money on it. That's your first job. Shots, and I remember I tried to get into an agent and I was declined on the first time, and then I went back after cutting my hair and having some different pictures off and they accepted me, and it was a really good Agent. So, I think, I think it's a case of a little bit of determination if you're interested in either of those subjects. But then some people kind of, I'm, I'm a medium height. There are some girls who are actually quite a very tall, they have everything, all, you know, everything took place, and they probably wouldn't need to, they just get signed to an agent straight away. But I found I was with a smaller agent initially and then I did a lot of test shots and got started to work a little bit to get bit of Fitness but I think probably it's just a case of repetition. You need to just keep fighting for things and even if you have a bath Day. You can not worried, can go and do something else, but then going actually connect with the photographer and give it another go. I think it's good to not give up. I think there's such good advice. Thank you for that eye candy in order to may take away from all that advices, what's that? I'm not going to pursue a career as a session, you get an idea off and give up. Never know. Well, if they want somebody short in her Casting that they could lower the camera so they can photograph me. Yeah well I'm well I just think I do think that there is this preconception that everything has to be with just one agent and for a competition or some fairy tale and I don't think it does. I really do think that that you can if you're interested you can you can almost get it going yourself a little bit, but then get connected to the home. People. Yeah, I'd rather be on my side of the camera. Your side, a camera. What's your question? Dear. Oh, and I also you know, I know that you've done many different styles of makeup. Have you ever done makeup for a Stage production? I do disagree. I've never, I'd love to do an opera. I've, I've did a degree in drama film studies, so I created the makeup and costumes for for some of those kind of plays at University but really as a makeup artist, I've been off books professionally on photo shoots private clients and campaigns advertising campaigns. So that's been a really good way of being creative but also earning a living. So it's been, it's been along those lines. That's always the dicey situation for sure. You know, we all have to eat. Yeah, I know the make of birth. It's not always about making people a beautiful. Infact, you kind of touched upon that. Have you ever had to use prosthetic appliances? Really good point. I've had, I've been to photo shoot off as a model where they've had. They have prosthetic makeup artist on on the set. I've never, I'd be very interested in. I've been to a couple of evenings, a makeup artist evenings where I've been talking to make a pass this to a special specializing in that subject. So that something I'm interested in but it's not something that I've worked professionally with. So some of them the ones that I find distasteful or the real gory ones they they come up. I don't know how they come up with. I don't know how they sit there. Look at it, after they've created it. I loved I loved the Gory ones. Oh gosh, it's it's definitely an art. Yeah, definitely an art. Now I'm going to go back to your modeling career cuz I am curious. You mentioned, you started modeling when you were eight years old and what was your modeling gig that you did, who was it fair wage? Well, it was for catalog and it was on a beach and I was in with some other children with free, network catalog. And I was in the middle of winter eating Iceberg. So I started to get booked by this clothing brands and they were really interested, and then I started to do fashion shows as a child and I can read quite a lot of fashion shows. So that that was definitely part of my childhood from really young, I'd say, 8, or even younger, I say YouTube. That's was, mainly either in London or where my family are in, they live near Brighton. So, do working for four brand locally there, so that's when I log. Just my grandmother was a fashion editor for a newspaper. So she'd go with me to fashion brands and wait, while I was doing fittings as a child off Grace. I know you get to work with your grandmother, who is in the industry and understands what's going on. Yes, that's great. So you should see a parallel and all that. That's she really did she really understood clothes? And I remember having a lot of fun times with her and, and doing waiting with her to do the fittings off, and wait for me while site I did the shows. So all all good or positive and very trendy for a child. I'll see nice. Is that? Yeah, it's, it's interesting that you found a home both in front and behind the camera, which is not usually the case.
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"The approach. Think some people have uneven skin tone, not just, they do back-to-back, definitely be but of course, of course, I shave every morning, that gets rid of women are actually shaving every morning now off, Yeah. It's supposed to be very like smoothie and exfoliating Etc, but I don't know. Well, I think it's it's such a joy to go on photo shoots and I think it's just a case of professionalism getting there on time and then when you are there for handling yourself, so I think it's sometimes good to take a step back to give plenty of space. And then just trying to observe what needs to be done to be, to be doing rather than rather than I think I tend to sort of take it a step back generally, but not too much of a step back, because then you're out of the ring. But just, just to just give people some space I think and then, hopefully, whatever. If there is a challenge be sorted out and also absolutely, you know, in one of my earlier careers, I was a fashion photographer and I worked with makeup artist wage. Top fashion models. And what I found kind of interesting is you've managed to pursue both forms of creativity and from my experience as pretty rare, I don't think I've ever worked with amateur virus. It was also a model you tell us about kind of you can you tell us about your pursuit of both of those creative careers? Yes. It's really kind of you to observe that off and when I was, I did my first modeling shoot on a beach when I was eight and it was a picnic on the beach, having ice puns and then I've modeled for about ten years. So I've done lots of mods modeling and I've had various different agents. I've cut my hair a million times. I've done lots of different jobs and campaigns as a model so that that's definitely something that I've worked on and I would say that it doesn't necessarily come easily. It's more a case of discipline. To get to the costings and just keeping going with that and and enjoying it. So I think with with modeling, I've probably, yeah, but I would say about six years, and I think with, with the modeling, it just requires some resilience, really because you go to a casting and something's not, right? Or is it doesn't work but then you just keep going. And there are some very nice other models around and it becomes more of a sort of Club, really go for a coffee and flip flops black on. And then keep going has the next shoots so that's been great. And it it did, it did work for me is job which is really, really fantastic. I think the modeling definitely inspired Choice, makeup Artistry. And I then went with went to train at La karate and then show a mirror. And I think I've done well, definitely done quite a few advertising campaign. And worked with one particular celebrity. So, I would say, I've always been really passionate about color and texture, so I'm very interested in Beauty. And so, obviously, social, I'm not the person that goes to a party and not want to see a beautiful. So, now, I'm always interested because I'm thinking in terms of looking at their make up around. Yeah, sure. Absolutely fascinated. Definitely. Love to see beauty. Very, very interesting and we suspect that you love to see beauty because you're in a profession and she's, and she's going to have a follow-up question for you later. About when you started in you as a child, I had a question first, I know I have a question now, and but I am a question. I want to ask you. I don't think I've ever seen any photographs of you on Facebook where your hair was long and you said you've had to cut your hair, a lot of different times wage That's good points. And I did have to cut my hair at a lot, which was really commercial because I was often often offered money to cut my hair as a model. So long. So, sometimes that they, let's say whatever the price was, but model agents were booked you on a job, and that's when that's obviously, that's when you, you make money off for that haircut. But I'm I'm never really, I'm not really precious about keeping long hair, my hair's medium-length now, but I've always enjoyed a different song and cutting it. I think that's why they invented weeks. Anyway, as as a makeup artist you've had to work with photographers video Film Production, people with each of these did you find to be the most demanding photographers or film? I would say met lots, and lots of different photographers and some dog. Been really, really wonderful. I did meet a couple of photographers when I was quite young around 15 or 16 who were demanding. And I think if I had met them later, I probably would have been kind of a little bit more sort of of not being. I think they they can be quite assertive. So I think it's important off to. I would say the photographers the more demanding out of those to the the film would be more of a process photographers. I think with models depends on how may I help, but they're often wanting a certain image. And so it's just trying to as a young age, that's trying to understand what they're after. And being kind of very, very sure of fact that your valid as well, I think too many of those photographers watch that movie. I think it was from the UK blow-up, blow-up. Yeah. Where the photographer down? Don't forget to the section where the photographer treats the bottles like they're rubbish. And so often I mean a lot of photographers watch that movie go oh because they really don't know what they're doing. They go off, this is how I am supposed to be arrogant and arrogant demanding and walk around with a little small camera. That doesn't even make sense for shooting my gosh. Well, it's interesting. There's so many different photographers out there and I think I've met them all through modeling and through makeup, but it's often just personalities and you could, as long as you can be sitting next to other makeup artists or hairdressers and, you know, you've just got to watch yourself all the time to make sure that you know, no one needs you for breakfast, club, you true. But that's kind of true in all of the I think entertainment type of industry. And I'm lumping this into that as well. I think so. Yep. Much ego and emotion involved. Competitiveness competitiveness. So it brings out maybe not some of the nicer portions of a personality. Sometimes I think it's I think it's my natural, definitely manageable depends. Hopefully, if you have a nice agents or good Agent, you're fine. And then you as long as you're sort of aware of the image, they're trying to take a bath oil and then as a makeup artist, your kind of is energy, really just trying to sort of kind of keep the right energy flowing throughout the day and getting there. I think getting them down times the key and then then everything normally works out and and if it's not okay there's you know as long as you're alive you cuz you can figure it out. I think. Absolutely. Yes. Boss to an impromptu question here because as as you're talking about this, I'm remembering modeling days and things like that. If do you have advice just off the top of your head about if sung Wants to get into modeling. Maybe what are the three things that they need to maybe work on in themselves or that that you feel is important? I think I think people actually should.
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"A makeup artist and it's supposed to be talking with with you both today. You know, Candy, we've known each other and social media for several years. And I've really enjoyed the photographs that you've posted a various people that you've created make up for. Plus the fact that you are a model, you've been photographed beautifully. And I noticed, every time I share one of the images of you as a model, you get all kinds of like, kind of like, oh that's good, that's really good. Well, I love I spotted Road, I spotted your artwork, I think on Instagram. And I love the colors and the flow. So I think I spotted you before used buses me. So definitely, I'm, I'm a fan and I like the song and the shapes and the patterns and the colors, so I was, I was interested. So sweet, never sent. That's very sweet thing to say, but I know you have thought well signature question. Yeah, our signature question is, right, but before we get our interview started, we always ask are guess what they had for breakfast. So what did you have for breakfast. Breakfast? What's I have? I had nectarines with blueberries, and I always usually have coffee. So that's what I had to do. I'm trying to be a little bit more healthy away from the croissants, so oh yeah, hard to do. So this Grand Vitara breakfast was somewhat similar. We usually have figs watermelon juice. And like two eggs hard-boiled, they're kind of hard. Boiled hard medium is certainly a medium hard-boiled eggs we go. Okay, right. So I'm going to start by yes just about your career. Being a makeup artist is an exciting career. I think we all people would love to do that for a living wage. What inspired you to become a makeup artist? Well, I've always been interested in makeup and I would say that I, I did a degree in drama with film studies and creative writing and makeup was part of the degree. So that was the first part and then I was working on a photo shoot as a model, and I was very interested in the makeup artist on the shoot. She was, she seemed very much at peace and calm and clear. And with the colors that she was George, And the energy she had. So I was very interested in training to be a makeup artist, mainly I think through the modeling and also it's always been an interest. Took a very young young person. Well, you know what? That's really interesting cuz I noticed and we'll talk about this later of having makeup artists on set. When I was a photographer and they, you know, you print out something really interesting. They are more relaxed. They don't seem to be under pressure as much as the models are the assistance, especially the stylus. They're the worst. It gets all of it. Also is a straight for you candy, where you, when you do make up, I think you have to be very focused on the people that you're making up and, and cut out all the peripheral promotion going on. Definitely I think with makeup Artistry. It's good to get good training, so then when you're there, it's just managing your nerves and staying very calm down. Focusing on on, what's what you need to do. So I went to glauca, Rossi, makeup school and then later to show a mirror, which is in the US and then walk home or why sell, but all of those Brands I think have helped with techniques. So, if you're booked on a job then you're sure of your techniques. So I think that, that really helps take any confusion away. Any training I think is, is really helpful all the training video is incredible. Yes, fantastic. And and also, I might say, the makeup artist is nothing to make up for us to Thursday instead. They come the talent down, definitely talk to him and getting him relaxed and also you're touching them which no one else is touching them. Well, maybe the same thing has but as a makeup artist you're not poking. And prodding it's more of a soothing. Yes, it's calming. I've never been anti touching. I'm always interested in in textures off. Creating, I love to see beauty. So, rather than seeing a woman and thinking being a zealous. I'm, I love to see beauty. So to see a beauty beautiful woman is fantastic because I'm thinking in terms of the light and the colors and in from an artistic point of view. So I'm interested in that point of view, you are an honor of artists that's yes artist. So candy what are the biggest challenges when you go in to do makeup on someone when you like, maybe they've got a few flaws here. What are the biggest challenges in in in? How do you overcome them? I think that the biggest challenge is as a makeup artist are working with temperaments. She could could be making someone up and they have a preconceived idea of what what they want models are normally brilliant because they're being paid to be on the photoshoot. So they're normally wage Relaxed. And I always loved working with models, working in a stores, with real people, sometimes that's more demanding because they, they have no idea of what they want. So, you have to go the extra mile to make sure that they're really, really happy. But I'd say the challenge is just staying home and making sure that you're you remain confident, and I think anything is possible, in terms of covering any acne or democrat shading to cross all sorts of the eyes cheekbones. So, there, there is nothing is impossible, it's all possible. It's just.
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"But I don't know that objectifying yourself as a woman or a man. Yeah, it's very you're too. I've seen men. Mm. Yeah. But you can take fun pictures of being everybody loves up, phone pictures of smiling, happy, you know, jumping up and down cuz it just won a contest or somebody just purchased their painting or piece of their sculpture wage or whatever. Or, you know, somebody applauded because they just heard you sing or play an instrument, you know, that's, that's all celebratory. True true. Okay. Well, let's go the other way Action. Now, what is the most wonderful thing you see on social media? Rob. Well seeing how we have the thought role podcast and we celebrate what people love to do creative or I would have to say the images that I see where people are showing off their creativity and and we see them all over. It's not it's not just artists in the traditional sense. I mean I bought See you extremely beautiful, embroidery work or people that do different kinds of sculpture or Furniture Design. Are carving Englewood masonary. I mean, we even know somebody that we had our suggested Wells things together. Yeah, truly, beautiful, truly beautiful. So I think that, you know, took me, it's the creative things that we see and how people show them some really interesting ways to moving this one person, we know or have seen where, I think, you know, took photographs his art own side. Oh, yes. And environment. I can't remember their their name, but it was just so nice. Like so you get a, a restful peaceful, snippet of the forest or wherever they are and they hold their painting up and take a picture of themselves. Holding the painting in this environment and the painting nature. Hm. It's odd. Even more applicable when they take their painting outside and put it in its natural environment. So true. What's the best thing that you see on social media? Well, my okay, my boss. The one thing that I really enjoy seeing is if there's things on positivity, if there's things on meditation, if there's things on improving yourself and learning more about yourself and evolving as yourself. That's I think for me, that's where I'm like. Yeah, that is, that is a good use of social media. At that point to me off, you know, there are a lot of positive quotes out there. In fact, we've done some ourselves and just coming up with the quote makes me feel good. And when I see other people's quotes that we have, a lot of people that follow us thought row that post quotes themselves, which are really interesting. I really motivational really, it's really motivational and it's like in our society when each one of us is dead, Dealing with stresses or you know, annoying things every day, it's like it's nice. We can't all be positive all the time so it's nice when somebody can kind of bring that to the surface and just because you're writing a positive quote or an inspirational quote. Sometimes it's also like cell therapy to when you put it out there, you're like, okay I'm going to I'm going to make this a.
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"Yes, and no matter what you do creatively, this is the podcast for you. Okay? NG what are we going to be discussing today or who are we to be discussing? Well today we're going to be speaking with candy yelled him. She is a makeup artist and a model. Oh yes. You know, I've known candy for several years. She is a beautiful model but also she's a very talented makeup artist kind of excited about hearing what she has to offer. Even though make up some I think I think it's going to be good. But first, it's time for your quote. Okay, well, the quote for this week is the most beautiful makeup. Of a woman is Passion but the Cosmetics are easier to buy and that is by Yves Saint Laurent. Yeah, that one for me, is a little bit tricky, you might need to explain it. I I do understand a woman is really beautiful. I mean, she's passionate about herself or creativity, whatever. And I can understand it gets cosmetic song YouTube I. Well, you know, I think that when he's saying is that the beautiful part of a woman is her passion and her, you know, Zeal for life. And that's something that you can really buy and if you don't have that, the only thing that you can do is buy Cosmetics cuz that's that's a done thing. You can just go purchase it. Well, thank you for explaining that cuz in all honesty issue, I was having a 4 or a little bit of a hard time understanding quite what that meant. Yeah. But now I actually what you're saying. Yeah, I mean Cosmetics are easier to buy. We are well, they're, they're consistent job. And in the East person's very different. So kind of a play on that. So okay, it's going to be your turn rod with rods, motivational moments. And here you go. And I don't get it done to age don't because we have music at. Well, we have to work on that. Okay, here we go. If you're going to take a photograph with your mobile phone, do yourself a favor and those that have to look at your images by learning the rule of thirds. And if you don't know what that is you can Google it. Okay, so we can Google it but what are the issue of thirds for those that don't know. Well basically what it's saying is is Give an example if you're taking a picture of the ocean and you put the Horizon right in the middle of your image, that's not good. It should either be in the upper third or the lower third. If it's in the upper third it gives you a foreground and if you have a foreground it Chrome. Interested in gives the I a place to go. It could explore the foreground moved to the Horizon and then on into the sky. So often people cut things right in half, break down middle. And then the worst I see is when they killed the Horizon, you're looking at Horizon of again, the ocean or some seen some where mountain and then they took off their camera and then all of a sudden the mountains look like they're going ninety degrees instead of straight up in the sky and it's very awkward to see that quite frankly, it's unsettling fact, I know there's people that do it for Creative Impact in and they do it on purpose but give your viewers a break. Try to get the understand. The rule of thirds it'll make your image as much more likeable is this going to be another segment then rods photography. Oh I don't, I don't, I don't know. Okay, but I I know you're on social media frequently wage. What is the one thing that really annoys you about the pictures people post? Well besides besides that one other equally cattywampus. I think the thing that bothers me the most is when people take selfies in the mirror and they don't pay attention to what's going on behind him, right? And often we will see a toilet seat up and people should shut that toilet seat and pay more attention to what's going on in the back. I mean lots of people take selfies in the mirror and phone number more. Absolutely beautiful. I mean there are very creative but then they junk it up by having something not very pleasant to look at like an open toilet in the background. Yeah that's so true and and I guess you should kind of scan to see what's behind you also because I've noticed well some photos have gone viral over this because some of it was a little embarrassing thing off. In the background. So I don't know luck and if I don't know people are doing that deliberately because they could be drinking a lot more likes or Clap song whatever. But it's really kind of tacky to do that. Yeah, yeah, true true. What about what's the most annoying thing you see, on social media? Well, the most annoying thing that I see is probably when I see women that are, like, I'm all for celebrating yourself and taking pictures of yourself, you know, go for whatever makes you feel good. But when they get it to the point where they're objectifying themselves, I'm not. So sure. That's the smartest thing to do for you as a woman and and also reflecting on other women like that. I'm not sure that that's a good idea. The word objectifying is very suitable here. Yeah, because actually you're you're not dead. Elevating yourself know, in some cases, it could be pretty demeaning but yet it that's what I feel. I feel like it's really demeaning and I I'm you know, I think if you'd like to post a nude picture of yourself, I'm all for that but when you objectify yourself that's entirely different and I'm not. So sure, that's the best idea. There's one thing I know, and I think we've had people comment on this. In fact, people have made jokes about this and that is when you see a image of a of a woman especially in sometimes guys but they're painting wage and they're very scantily dressed and they were very revealing clothes. But yet they're standing next to the canvas, making a painting. And you enter, you actually have to understand what is it. They're actually trying to sell. And what are they doing? They're trying to entice you, I suppose they're trying to entice guys to like they're painting and maybe they're hoping that some Gallery owner will discover them wage. Discovering a little bit more than their art attempt. Sure, that's the kind of Discovery want though know. They wanted to be more about your talent than, you know, your scantily-clad ball. Right? And they you take people that are credible artists both women and men but you know, the woman has taken a normal photograph of herself dressed conservatively or she has an apron with paint all over it off. And it just shows somebody that's actively involved in a craft and their art. And personally I find that a little bit more appealing and it's a lot less distracting. It's the it's the artists home in tune with their work, not the artist on stage, right? I mean, it's fine to be a little bit of performance-based as far as an image. You want to project. But I mean let's let's call it what it is. Here you need to when at the end of the day which I don't like that expression necessarily. It's really about if you age Wanted or not, or if you're at least attempting to be talented..
"yeldham" Discussed on Revision Path
"Path in my senior year. The guy had a teacher is interesting. I had the same. He liked led our whole program. I had him like freshman year and he leaned on me. He's like you don't understand any of these programs he's like you have great vision but like you can't execute on any of your visits because you don't have the technical knowledge and then i had him again in my senior year. Any did the exact same thing except it was kind of a different message. He was like you could be so great. He's like you could be So so great and was like just like yelling. And i could see like this. Passion is and. I'm like seeing all my other classmates and they're walking in with projects that are like half thought out or like they did like the night before and he's like let them coming out coming out and what he said to me is like you're not the same as them in a good way or bad way and the in a good way in a good way. He's like that's one. That's why i'm yelling. Cheap he's like. I can see you doing this for the rest of your life and so that really comes. Set you on the half samuel pad. Because i was like. Oh do i need to get a message i am. I going to get a masters degree. And i like lit a fire like within me. 'cause i didn't have that confidence yet. I there was nothing saying that. Like i was meant to do design. Full-time there is nothing. Saying that was gonna work at under armour. Is nothing saying. That was going to be where i am now and that teacher alike came full circle like first year little fires i go. You gotta learn these programs and then it was like my last year. I still remember this man. His name's chris garvan. Yeah it's like leaned like like yeldham and would not do it to anyone else at all. But i think i saw him. Maybe like five or six years. After that. 'cause my brother. My brother ended up going to that school. And i think. I think because there's a level of care right like you need. People need support system of like people were going to hold you accountable but also people who see you as greater than what you see yourself as that was important for me is but like yeah. That's switch turned as when it turned. I l i can do this. I can do this. I can see myself as a designer professionally as big enough which right after you graduated you ended up working under armour and you stayed there for six years pretty much. Yeah even getting a job was interesting story so when i was like up late at night one saturday like evening probably like sunday morning around like toll clock in the morning. I'm on craigslist. Just apply for anything. Like i have my busboy job Gotta pay off. These loans quickest possible on working as many as i can. I'm not trying to live in my parents house forever. As on like come across this ad that says oh we have a contract position.
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"The song you're missing. Just i mean his lyrics pictures on the nightstand. Tv's on in the den. Your house is waiting. Your house is waiting for you to walk in. But you're missing. You're missing one eye. Shut out the lights. You're missing when i closed my eyes. You're missing when i see the sunrise. It's just Really powerful stuff. It still gets me. I listen to it every nine eleven. Some of these songs still get me a little choked up. You know the rising is if you look at those lyrics heard about firefighters in line carrying hose and marching up the stairs inside the world trade center. Not exactly sure where they're going or how far they have climbed but they that's their job and that's what they're gonna do. It's just heavy. It's powerful obviously five hundred albums. It's not like there isn't any bruce on here but to meet the rising absolutely should have been included. And that's my snub. That is a big number that they did right. Yeah well and and also and michael just as such a good job of breaking that down but can you think of an artist better to speak to this stuff. Post nine eleven. Then bruce springsteen. Bruce springsteen is the east coast to so many people so many blue collar workers so many first responders. He's their guy. I can't imagine a more proper person to do that record at that time. Then bruce springsteen it's i'm sorry bump nebraska off the list and put. Yeah come on. That was my thought. Yeah i like nebraska. Don't you're talking about a major event in our in our country's history like you said michael it still gets us every september eleventh. We put our flags out. We still wouldn't feel this immense sense of loss. A lot of us do a change the trajectory of so many things for this country and i just feel like that's a snapshot in time that needs to be part of that list should be part of every list. There's a famous story that you know not long. After that happened. I mean he was bruce was just out and about and somebody saw him like at a stop. Light or something. They rolled their window. Downing yeldham is like bruce. We need you you know like. He looks like he's going to save you..
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