Interview with Sage Sohier

Interview with Sage Sohier

"It’s easier not to be so beautiful, to be able to move through life a bit under the radar, and to be able to focus on what you feel really matters, rather than have to deal with the distraction of other people’s intense focus on your appearance."
—Sage Sohier (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Lake Montgomery

Interview with Lake Montgomery

“It’s weird, though, because I’m not doing this for fame and glory. I don’t want to do it for myself, I want to be a vehicle. I want to be the vehicle through which speaks little whispers of God.”
—Lake Montgomery (Riding the Dragon)
Interview with Lisa Johnston

Interview with Lisa Johnston

“I’m probably one of the luckiest people in the world to have a job that is absolutely fulfilling. It's super exhausting, it’s very demanding, but it’s extremely rewarding.”
—Lisa Johnston (Riding the Dragon)
Interview with Elizabeth Heyert

Interview with Elizabeth Heyert

"Somebody wants the experience of completely giving up responsibility – in every way. [...] You give it up, and you can go to this place they call ‘subspace’, which is somewhere in your head apart from your body."
—Elizabeth Heyert (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Mandy Smith

Interview with Mandy Smith

“I guess with any creative person, you’ve always got this bombardment of insecurity when you’re analyzing your own work. So there’s always some sort of insecurity with it, but that’s what pushes you to your next project because you’ve never really solved the use of the blank piece of paper.”
—Mandy Smith (TEDxAmsterdam)
Interview with Coralie Vogelaar

Interview with Coralie Vogelaar

"When an image is duplicated a lot, then we recognize it as an archetype, so then we duplicate it a lot. And then because it’s duplicated a lot, it’s being viewed a lot, and this has an influence in our brain."
—Coralie Vogelaar (GUP Magazine)
Interview with Jay McInerney

Interview with Jay McInerney

“We all have to deal with the deepest and most difficult questions in life – no matter how nice our wardrobe is, or no matter how good our education is, or no matter how packed our social schedule is.”
—Jay McInerney (John Adams Institute)