Jessica Hische — Living Your Life Openly

Photograph by John Madere

Photograph by John Madere

Jessica Hische is an amazing lettering artist and author of "In Progress”. She’s done amazing hand lettering work for clients such as Wes Anderson, Penguin Books, The New York Times, American Express, Target, and Nike. Jessica is considered highly in the design community as someone who’s a helper— consistently providing advice on how she’s overcome obstacles in both work and life.


Here's Jessica and I laughing together at the Design Conference in Brisbane, Australia after I totally told a hilarious joke.

Here's Jessica and I laughing together at the Design Conference in Brisbane, Australia after I totally told a hilarious joke.

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Aaron Draplin — Creating Randomness & Mystery

Portrait of Aaron Draplin by Leah Nash for The New York Times

Portrait of Aaron Draplin by Leah Nash for The New York Times

If you work in the creative or design world, you probably know Aaron’s name. And if you’re not in the creative or design world, you’ve probably still seen Aaron’s work. Aaron is a designer that’s worked with tons of brands and people you’ve heard of including Nike, Patagonia, Ford, and Barack Obama. And he’s also the founder of Field Notes— the iconic little notebooks you’ve seen all over the place. But that's not really the subject of the conversation. In this episode of Sounds Good, Branden and Aaron dive deep into philosophy, hope, and savoring the inconsequential.

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Brad Montague — Don't Hide Your Magic

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Brad Montague is the creator of Kid President, the popular web series featured on Rainn Wilson's Soulpancake YouTube channel that has been viewed more than 216 million times. With a passion for helping foster creativity and compassion in young people he is constantly creating new and unique ways to make the world a better and more childlike place.

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David Nelson — Leveraging Your Platform for Good

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David Nelson is a free agent wide receiver in the NFL. He played college football for the University of Florida, where he was a member of two BCS National Championship teams before playing for the Buffalo Bills and the New York Jets. In the midst of his NFL career, David became passionate about helping orphans in Haiti and started a non-profit called i’m ME that’s working to help orphans around the world in a unique and holistic way.

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Phil Martin — Thriving With Autism

I shot this quick portrait of Phil immediately after we recorded our interview in my studio.

I shot this quick portrait of Phil immediately after we recorded our interview in my studio.

Phil Martin is a photographer and EMT who also happens to be on the autism spectrum. He serves as a volunteer and advocate for Autism Speaks— the world's leading autism science and advocacy organization. Phil has a beautiful and powerful story and an especially great laugh. I can’t wait for you to get to know and learn from him. I know I’ve learned a lot from him.

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