The Southwest Creative Technology Podcast

Produced by Harry Willmott and Lukus Robbins
Hosted by Harry Willmott | 
A Podcast about the creative technology people and projects in the Southwest and beyond

The Southwest Creative Technology Podcast wants to interview, enquire, discuss and learn about all the people, productions, projects or processes that are a part of the rapidly growing network of Creative Technology people in the Southwest and beyond. The podcast wants to meet and interview the various Fellows from the SWCTN research cohorts, learning from those in the industry, investigating with the academics and discovering with those new in their fields. The podcast's aim is to capture important moments from the prototyping stages of creative teams and investigate interesting insights into how the creatives working with technology passionately do what they do.

This podcast is hosted and produced by Harrison Willmott, New Talent Immersion Fellow in the SWCTN, which has funded some of the episodes and supported the production through the help of Lukus Robbins and Hannah Brady. We have chosen a few episodes to whet your appetite below:

1. ‘Immersing Audiences’ with Jane Gauntlett and Sharon Clarke

Jane and Sharon have a conversation with us about their thoughts on immersing the audiences of their practice. Jane is a 360 video and magic leap experience artist focusing on telling personal stories based on her perspective and Sharon is the production lead for Raucous Theatre, a theatre company that specialises in immersive theatre.

2. ‘Mitch Turnball & Earthsong’ A short interview. 

I interviewed Mitch on a windy morning back in May, asking her about herself, her Earthsong prototype project and her advice for future applicants to the SWCTN’s prototype funding scheme.

3. ‘An afternoon with Squid Soup’

I spend an afternoon hanging out with the creative technologists, Liam and Anthony at Squid Soup along with their team of design students as they perform a major test for their prototype project.

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