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Ep99: Brandon Howard

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we're chatting with recording artist + entrepreneur, Brvndon Howvrd.

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Brandon is a Baltimore native rapper,  business owner, + father with a strong regard to his community. He runs his own barbershop brand, KLEEN Barbers, in conjunction with recording music for his upcoming EP.

In this episode, we chat about his recent success winning 92Q's #QUnHeard Contest + opening up for Jeezy at Summer Jam, how over a decade of hard work has prepared him to make the most of any opportunity, his vision for the future of his KLEEN Barbers brand, how important mentors have been in Brandon's life + career, the way becoming a father has changed his outlook on his career + aspirations and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep97: PJ Richardson

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we're chatting with Laundry Co-Founder, PJ Richardson.

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PJ is a California native, born in Santa Barbara + grew up in downtown San Francisco, where his affinity for graffiti and letter forms was born. He spent his earliest years beautifying the local transit system, before a show at the SFMOMA catapulted PJ into the world of fine art. Studied in illustration and computer animation, PJ went on to develop his repertoire of logo, music video and illustration work at his design studio Laundry which he co-owns and co-creative directs with longtime friend Anthony Liu.

In this episode, we chat about how we met through Union + Webster at WeWork in Santa Monica, his early years as a graffiti writer throughout San Francisco, his time in Maryland at MICA, making the jump to LA after graduation, taking the big leap to go from intrapreneur to entrepreneur with Laundry, working with blue chip brands like NASCAR, Airbnb. Chevy, eBay, Nike, Wrigley, Honda, Unilever, Uber, + Under Armour, and on shows like Sons of Anarchy + the Ali G Show along with films such as The Interview + The Night Before, and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep96: Kim Kaupe

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we're chatting at WeWork in NYC in the offices of ZinePak, with Co-Founder, Kim Kaupe.

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Kim is an entrepreneur out of New York City + Co-Founder of ZinePak; a company of dedicated SuperFans, who’ve worked with entertainers as diverse as Katy Perry and KISS; properties ranging from Frozen to Orange Is The New Black; teams including the Boston Red Sox and New York Mets; and brands including Unilever, MillerCoors, and American Express. Kim + her partner, Brittany Hodak, have been featured in Inc.'s 35 Under 35, Forbes 30 Under 30, + Entrepreneur's Top 30 Startups to Watch.

In this episode, we chat about how we met at the Next Gen Summit earlier this year, the importance of patience when building a company from nothing, how they managed to be the only 100% self-funded company on Inc.'s 35 Under 35 List, what it was like being on Shark Tank + ultimately turning down a ~$700+ million dollar deal, how her mother is really not going to like the foul language in this interview, the current state of women-owned businesses in a report done by American Express, and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep73: NG Summit + BorrowLenses

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we chat about the NG Summit this past weekend, and some fun coming up with partner sponsorship, BorrowLenses.

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Jessica helps co-host this episode where we chat about meeting so many amazing young entrepreneurs at the NG Summit this past weekend in NYC. We got to listen to some amazing entrepreneurs and inventors speak about their journey, their companies, and the work they put in to make it onto lists like Forbes 30 Under 30 + shows like Shark Tank, with some notable people like Kim Kaupe of ZinePak, Gerard Adams of ELITE DAILY + FowndersKai Kloepfer of AE Gen Technologies, John Meyer of Fresco News, Harry Paul, Benjamin Stern of NOHBO Ball and many more. We also shed some light on the upcoming BorrowLenses promotions which will be announced at the end of the month with more details to come and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep71: Michael Anthony of ClickGear Clothing

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we're chatting with photographer + ClickGear founder, Michael Anthony.

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In this episode, we chat about learning photography at a young age and wasting grandma's Polaroid film, moving to NYC the day after high school graduation, his vision for the ClickGear brand, the importance of goal-setting and having aspirations, going to Seattle for CreativeLive + getting to meet past guests Chase and Kenna, being a photographer in a smaller market and no longer feeling like creatives have to be in big markets like NYC or LA with technology and social media, struggling in a previous job in insurance dealing with having to deny people coverage who really needed it that led to bouts with depression and drinking and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep66: Jake Jorgovan

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we're chatting with founder of Outbound Creative + host of the Working Without Pants Podcast, Jake Jorgovan.

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In this episode, we chat about what it was like co-founding a business at 19 years old, learning real-world pains about naivete, involving emotion in business, finding the right fit with regards to your skills, and being honest with yourself. Starting out with a service business as opposed to a product business is a completely different animal, which Jake learned early on. With Outbound Creative, Jorgovan helps agencies attract the sort of customer they want to work with, and we chat about his vision for the Working Without Pants Podcast, and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep44: Paul Rich of Brothers Rich

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we're chatting with Brothers Rich founder, Paul Rich.

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In this episode, we chat about how I came across the Brothers Rich in the Baltimore Style Movers + Makers piece, how he's come more in tune with fellow Baltimoreans since starting his latest venture, coming up with the idea behind building The Charleston, how builders + inventors think when solving a problem of how to make something better, how being an architect helped me become a better entrepreneur, the joys of building his own swing-set with his father that's still standing to this day, the loss of craftsmanship over the years and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep36: Renee Robyn

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we have our first return guest! And who else is it than the Crude Canuck, photographer + digital artist Renee Robyn, whom many of you remember from our launch at PhotoPlus last year. Coming up this week, you can come meet Renee at the SmugMug booth Tuesday, March 8th @ 12 Noon, and a Platform class on Wednesday, March 9th @ 8 AM.

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We chat about the difficulties of being a woman in photography with a large following, the crazy shooting process behind her amazing SmugMug video with multiple locations + riding through the rain up mountains in the freezing cold, her upcoming two-day workshop on CreativeLive (view her original PhotoWeek one here), why we love Kylo Ren's Undercover Boss episode, taking the big leap to go to her first WPPI four years ago, the ethos behind delayed gratification, recovering from brain injuries and a bad motorcycle accident, and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep35: WPPI + #AskGaryVee

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, we chat about things upcoming + a book review.

Jessica helps co-host this episode where we chat about a job interview, my new baby beard, the upcoming WPPI trip to Vegas, getting an early copy of the #AskGaryVee book by Gary Vaynerchuk to review, apparently how I have Kim K cry face + Jess has Claire Danes cry face, opening up to family and more on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep27: Networking is Bull*%#t

On this episode of The Angry Millennial, I chat about that four letter word that comes easy to some but way harder for others: networking.

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I chat about why in a social media age, just a face-to-face interaction can set you apart from the crowd, surrounding yourself with the smartest people possible, making platonic friends in your 30's, how seeing someone enough times will get you the opportunity just by being there, telling people why they should have a podcast, how going out of my comfort zone and doing things like PhotoPlus Expo, Startup Soiree, and other events have exponentially helped my journey with the podcast and other work on this episode of The Angry Millennial.

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Ep00: Welcome to The Angry Millennial Show

Hey guys and welcome, to The Angry Millennial Show! This episode will help guide you on the binge-listen adventure you’re about to embark on. My name’s Jose Rosado and I’m your show creator + host. 

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Now what we’ve attempted to do from the start of the show was to give our listeners engaging, thought-provoking content to help them on their own creative journey, but as fans ourselves, we knew that we needed to ask questions our guests have never been asked before, dive into topics deeper than ever before, + get to know our guests better than ever before, all for you guys—AM Nation.

On this show, you’ll hear from photographers, screenwriters, authors, directors, cinematographers, comedians, magicians, recording artists, makers, builders, + more. As for what you can expect from The Angry Millennial, you’ll get explicit, in-depth interviews from some of the most well-known, respected + bad-ass people in the creative industry. 

 

 

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