Happy to share my first time as a guest on a podcast!
Elad Nehorai of Hevria fame decided it was time to create a podcast to add to the amazing repertoire of Hevria offerings, and he chose me to be the first guest!
Here is a bit about the podcast from the Hevria website and a link to the podcast below.
Happy listing, and please share your thoughts.
“I am beyond excited to share Hevria’s latest project with you: HevriaCast. The idea behind this podcast is simple: we want to take you into the minds and thoughts of creative Jews. In other words, it is a continued extension of what we do here on the blog.
Each episode, I will speak to a new guest about his or her experience creating whatever they create. But this isn’t really an interview: it’s an in-depth conversation where we get personal and thoughtful about what we do. In my humble opinion, this is what makes podcasting so interesting and fun: it is a truly intimate media format, one in which people can go into far more nuance and depth than almost any other form of media.
So far, I’ve recorded 5 podcasts and it’s been an absolute joy. We’ve put up two episodes for our launch (Yitzchok Moully and Noah Lubin!), and we should be launching the other 3 pretty quickly, as we’d love to get right into the thick of our work quickly.
You can subscribe to us on iTunes, Google Play, and SoundCloud. We would so appreciate any reviews and subscribes early on, as it helps us get in the “New and Noteworthy” sections of iTunes, which would be super awesome. No pressure, though, we love you either way 🙂”
It’s episode 1 of Hevria’s first podcast! In this episode, Elad chats with the fabulous artist Yitzchok Moully about everything from his work to what it really means to be a creative Jew to how to stand out as a creative.
We can’t wait for you to enjoy!
Portrait by the great Marko Dashev.
Music in the intro and outro by Darshan.