Make Live Podcast
Show the world what you make at Make: Live’s SXSW Maker Show and Tell! Editors from MAKE Magazine, makezine.com and producers from Maker Faire will be on hand to interview SXSW makers, and talk about their projects. Show us how you made that gorgeous lamp, explain that Arduino project, crank that musical instrument, fold that paper, sling that Angry Birds USB slingshot. Be prepared to explain a bit about your process and why you wanted to make it in the first place. Let us know you’re coming and what you want to bring. RSVP to firstname.lastname@example.org.Show your stuff, SXSW people! We can’t wait to see what you make.
Brookelynn Morris has been producing all manner of creative content for Make, Craft, and Maker Faire since 2006. Her focus is on video pieces that delve into the motivations of all types of makers, but she is an adept maker herself. Brookelynn's step-by-step tutorials teach everything from classic cocktail mixology to fiber arts. B's favorite drink is an Old Fashioned with Buffalo Trace- the recipe can be found on MakeProjects.com. Her book about feltmaking, Feltique, was published by Random House in 2008. She lives in the coastal redwood forest of Sonoma County, and can be found via twitter- @Brookelynn23.
I transfer live physical events into online experiences.
* Live video production
* Show planning (engineering, creative, talent)
* Interaction tools (social media)
I generally work in a producer role on behalf of a content owners. I advise on strategy and then implement on their behalf.
Women's Flat Track Roller Derby: Produced 6 weekends of tournament coverage across the country. Inviting fans to purchase coverage and rewarding sponsors with ads and announcer mentions.
O'Reilly Media: Live coverage from all conferences. This includes a newsdesk, live keynotes, and video archives of every session.
Get in touch. I'd love to share stories on how to make things happen in the new space of live internet video.
Sean Michael Ragan is descended from 5,000 generations of tool-using primates. Also, he went to college and stuff. Quite a bit of it,
actually, studying philosophy, law, and synthetic chemistry before landing his current gig with MAKE. He writes for print and online outlets and produces original DIY content for makeprojects.com. Sean's a Texas native and has lived in Austin since 1998.