Episode 31: The Audience Speaks #1

In this bonus episode, Bryan answers audience questions about the arts, startups and nonprofit law issues. If you want to have YOUR question answered, record your question on your voice memo app on your smart phone, and email it to bryan@creativeconfidential.net – OR leave a question using the button below.  Easy! If you enjoy CREATIVE CONFIDENTIAL,…

Episode 28: A Conversation with Slingshot Dakota

“Every relationship matters … always be the best representation of yourself.” – Carly Comando “My number one piece of advice … Stop comparing yourself to other people.” – Tom Patterson Slingshot Dakota is one of Pennsylvania’s most promising indie bands today.  Comprised of the duo of Carly Comando (keyboards and vocals) and Tom Patterson (drums), the…

Episode 22: Derek Fitzgerald, Ironman Triathlete and Nonprofit Founder

A survivor of non-hodgkin’s lymphoma, heart failure and ultimately a heart transplant, Derek Fitzgerald has faced his share of challenges. Eight months after transplant, Derek began channeling the perseverance and determination that helped him overcome his health obstacles by entering the field of endurance sports. Less than a year and a half after surgery, he completed his…

Episode 21: Lee Rudnicki, Filmmaker, Attorney

LEE RUDNICKI is a Los Angeles-based entertainment lawyer, producer and director. Lee has a law degree from the University of San Francisco, a music degree from San Jose State, a screenwriting certificate from UCLA, and has completed international law studies at Trinity College, Dublin, Ireland, and Charles University, Prague. His legal background includes time in-house…

Episode 20: Scott Tixier, Jazz Violinist

A young Scott Tixier arrived in New York City from France speaking no English but determined to become a professional musician at the highest level.  He quickly received accolades from the best in the business. Grammy Award winning bassist Marcus Miller says that Tixier “is making an international name for himself. I heard him in France and…