How do you do that?

How do you do that?

Ever met someone with a unique passion or expertise? Each week host Emily Tresidder interviews someone with just that, finding out how and why they do what they do, and answering the questions you didn’t even know you had.

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December 9, 2021 29 min

This week’s guest is cabaret performer, producer and mentor, plus online content creator, MC and plenty more, Tash York. We talk about her road from musical theatre to cabaret, why setting too big a goal can sometimes be detrimental plus the business behind Show Business.

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Photographer Romain Berger

This week we’re doing things a little differently, I was lucky enough to catch up with French photographer, Romain Berjay. I unfortunately do not speak French, and he only a little English, so through this episode, you’ll hear both Romain speaking French and his wonderful translator Jason, speaking English. I thought it was really important to keep Romain’s voice in the show, as it is his story afterall. ...

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November 25, 2021 25 min

This week’s guest is poet Jazz Money. We chat about how she found her way to poetry, why it’s important for their voice to be heard and how their work in film informs their poetry. Plus what Jazz would tell someone who has poetry they want to share with the world.

Poet, Jazz Money

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This week’s guest is Clare O’Hanlon, a librarian by day and an archivist by night. We’ll be chatting about their work at the Australian Queer Archives, referred to as Aqua throughout. We chat about how their two jobs inform one another. Plus what the Australian Queer Archives are, and their importance.

For online access to some of AQuA collections:

•Reason in Revolt

•Victorian Collections •Archives of Sexuality and Gender databas...

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This week’s guest is the co-founder and head of product at The Sparkke Change Beverage Company, Rose Kentish. Rose is also a maker, flavourist, winemaker, and a distiller. We chat about her passionate interest in making, some validating moments along the way and her experience as a woman in a predominantly male lead industry.

Find out more here: https://sparkke.com/

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This week’s guest is theatre director and lighting designer, Alexander Berlage. We chat about what drew Alex to lighting design, how his career path has almost been a full circle from childhood. Plus, why theatre and the arts generally are so very important and why we need to value it.

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September 30, 2021 28 min

This week’s guest is speech pathologist and the owner/operator of Voice Therapy, Georgia Magarey. We chat about the difference between the voice and speech. Why our voices are so important and how Georgia’s interest and study of performance art informs what she does now.

Speech Pathologist, Georgia Magarey

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September 23, 2021 26 min

This episode comes with a trigger warning, it involves a lot of conversation surrounding miscarriage, still births and perinatal death. If you or someone you know needs support you can find a number of different support services through joy.org.au/support.

This week’s guest is an illustrator who illustrates children’s books and Perinatal lost portraits, Larissa Reinboth. Larissa founded possum portraits which is a service that prov...

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September 16, 2021 20 min

This week’s guest is psychologist Rocco Mammoliti, he specialises in LGBTQIA+ and youth psychology. We chat about what drew him to psychology, the inherent need for connectedness especially within the LGBTQIA+ community and how he processes being a human being whilst also a psychologist.

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September 9, 2021 17 min

This week’s guest is the co-owner and operator of Gertrude Street Yoga, Jaspah Marques. We chat about how he found himself owning a yoga studio, his own personal yoga journey and the surprising connections he makes at work.

Jaspah Marques, Owner and Operator of Gertrude Street Yoga

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September 2, 2021 20 min

This week’s guest is the owner and director of coffee delivery platform Alt Drop, Nic Stewart. We talk about the benefits of being able to order different bags of coffee...

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August 26, 2021 27 min

This week’s guest is Phil Ferguson, the artist also known as Chili Philly. We talk about their crochet masterpieces and Instagram success, how long their pieces typically take, where they...

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August 19, 2021 25 min

This week’s guest is the founder of Kynd, a disability support platform based in Queensland – Michael Metcalfe. We chat about what happened in Michael’s life that highlighted a need...

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This week’s guest is the co-founder and owner of magnesium-based skincare line The Base Collective, Cassie Sanghvi. We talk about what sparked the idea, how great it felt to trailblaze...

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July 22, 2021 32 min

This week’s guest is magician Josh Staley. Emily recently went to his show at the Melbourne Magic Festival and was completely blown away numerous times throughout. We know that magic...

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This week’s guest is a paediatric doctor subspecialising in neo-natal medicine, Doctor Daniel Dorevitch. We talk about his work at Melbourne’s Royal Women’s Hospital in the neonatal ICU, why he...

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This week’s guest is Miss World Australia contestant and actor, Jessica Marchi. We chat about why it was important for her to compete, the surprising amount of comradery in the...

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July 1, 2021 19 min

This week’s guest is the creative director and CEO of Melbourne Fringe, Simon Abrahams. We talk about how he knew what he wanted to do with his career from the...

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This week’s guest is a program coordinator for the Arts Well Being Collective, Matt Heyward. The Arts Wellbeing Collective is an organisation that was created to support performing artists tackle...

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This week’s guests are Samuel Gaskin, Simon Abrahams, Matt Heyward, Jai Higgs and Adam Valentine who are reflecting on our time in lockdown here in Victoria. They share their fondest...

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