September 11, 2012 @ 7:21 pm

Jeffrey Inscho


Jeffrey Inscho is the writer/designer/thinker behind Static Made and the cohost of ZenGeek, a weekly audio program that focuses on technology and mindfulness. He also manages web and digital media initiatives at the Carnegie Museum of Art and before that he was the Director of Media + Public Relations at the Mattress Factory. In the course of our discussion, he mentioned David Allen's book Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity, Ben Brooks' site The Brooks Review, and Patrick Rhone's essay Saying No Is Really Saying Yes to Other Things. Static Made logo designed by Justin Visnesky.

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July 10, 2012 @ 3:12 pm

Julie Sokolow


Julie Sokolow is a musician, writer, and filmmaker raised in suburban New Jersey and currently residing in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. At nineteen, she released an introspective, lo-fi album, Something About Violins, through Western Vinyl that achieved acclaim from Pitchfork, Wire, and The Washington Post. As a Chancellor’s Scholar at the University of Pittsburgh, Sokolow focused on writing and film and was awarded two Brackenridge Fellowships and an honorary BPhil degree towards the development of her screenplay, The Subvertebrates, a dark comedy set in suburbia. Recently, she’s embarked on filmmaking and from 2010 to 2011, she was a finalist in Ridley Scott’s Life in a Day contest, won best director at the Sprocket Guild’s Film Festival, won a Creative Capital Flight School Fellowship, and received a Pittsburgh Filmmakers First Works Grant and Heinz Endowment for various film work. Sokolow is the founder and director of Healthy Artists, an organization that produces an original documentary series in which artists discuss their lives, their work, how they’ve struggled with the current, broken health care system. Currently, she is shooting a psychological feature-length documentary entitled Aspie Seeks Love, made possible by a Creative Development Grant from The Pittsburgh Foundation. Sokolow’s work often addresses consumerism and escapism in American society and explores the friction between the individual and societal norms.


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