Podcast Interviews

CRAFTCAST™ was first heard in March, 2006. Since then there have been almost 1 million downloads. Host Alison Lee talks to a well-known artist in their field and gets right down to the how, what and why behind each artist's works. Thousands of listeners have written in to share how listening in to Alison's interviews has inspired them in their own work. As Alison says at the end of every show, "Get Your Butt in the Chair and Keep Crafting!"

Jena Coray is a writer, thinker and marketing/pr coach for creative "indieprenuers" who are looking to grow their business and make a real living doing what they love!

Hello! I’m Abby Kerr, Creative Director of The Voice Bureau.

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Mary Hettmansperger is a fiber and jewelry artist who teaches internationally in Australia, New Zealand, Ireland and Singapore.

She is the host and creator of Smart Creative Women a web TV show featuring interviews with today’s most inspiring creative women.

Alan Revere, Founder and Director of the Academy, is a master goldsmith and award-winning jewelry designer with degrees in both psychology and sculpture.

Gordon K. Uyehara was born and raised in Hawaii. He received a Bachelor of Science degree from the University of Hawaii at Manoa.

Susan Tuttle is a DSLR photographer, iPhoneographer, digital artist, co-author of Photo Craft: Creative Mixed-Media and Digital Approaches to Transforming Your Photographs (North Light Books, 2012,

Jennifer Chin is an artist, teacher, and metalsmith, as well as the owner of Lush Metals, a jewelry studio located in Boston, MA.

Stuart Kestenbaum is the author of two collections of verse, Pilgrimage and House of Thanksgiving, out this fall.

Cynthia Tinapple is a leader in the polymer clay community, writer and artist based in Columbus, Ohio.

Founder and Publisher of Skirt! Magazine. Writer, editor, blue Kentucky girl exiled in South Carolina, country mouse longing for a penthouse, sometime recluse, sometime party girl.

Hazel Wheaton is known as an editor, writer, and publishing professional with more than 20 years of experience, applying her skills to a wide variety of formats — including consumer print and digi

Janet Echelman builds living, breathing sculpture environments that respond to the forces of nature -- wind, water and light -- and become inviting focal points for civic life.

Todd is the founder and CEO of Accidental Creative, a company that helps creative people and teams generate brilliant ideas.

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