Death: The Podcast
Are you a podcast listener? I am!
Here are my top 4 favorites right now:
- America's Test Kitchen
- The Dinner Party Download
- Guild of Sommeliers Podcast
- My newest addition to this list of regular listens? Death: The Podcast.
I was on a design-related podcast a few years ago talking about dremains in the context of the design world, and I had the wonderful opportunity to be on another podcast! It's called Death: The Podcast.
This is a 28-minute episode and you'll learn a little more about my (honestly, kind of odd) background, and more about what I do. Also some pretty tough personal stuff thrown in.
I was at a family function this past weekend and a cousin who has known me my whole life commented on how my job is weird.
Accurate statement, cousin.
I don't have a normal day-to-day compared to most—I don't work 9 to 5; I see some intense things; work with intense situations and deadlines, and jump from one world to another (the death world, to the spirituality world, to the theater and arts world, to law and government). One day I'm working in a very spiritual world and solving design challenges we're encountering with illustrating existential pain (still not done with that project) and the next I'm getting a tour of a beautiful embalming room and the next I'm editing a manuscript from a plane somewhere over Nebraska.
If you've got a daily commute, a nice walk in your future or just some time on your hands, you can listen to my episode here. The podcast interviewer—Arian Elfant—is a psychologist and I really enjoyed her thoughtful questions, and the overall premise and professionalism of the show.
Thank you so much to Arian, Eric and Jill from Death: The Podcast. Thank you to It's New Orleans, and to all of you who take time to stay keyed into what I'm doing.
I love my job, my life and the people that fill both. If we haven't connected in awhile, please don't hesitate to reach out!