Who Inspires You?

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Who Inspires You?

Year: 2016
Producer: Simon Paradis
Genre: Entertainment
Host: Miriam Fahmy

Artists, thinkers and creators of all stripes tell us what inspires their work. A starting point that takes us into their creative process, in their own words.

Episodes

Episode 1: Moe Clark

Who Inspires You? In this episode, multidisciplinary vocal artist Moe Clark tells Miriam Fahmy how her mentor, Rhiannon, inspires her.

Episode 2: Zach Fraser

Who Inspires You? In this episode, Zach Fraser, actor, director and puppeteer, tells Miriam Fahmy how the Handspring Puppet Company inspires him.

Episode 3: Jenny Salgado

Who Inspires You? In this episode, Jenny Salgado, songwriter and musician tells Miriam Fahmy why Haiti’s Fort Dimanche inspires her.

Episode 4: Tim Dallet

Who Inspires You? In this episode, Tim Dallet, media performance-installation artist, tells Miriam Fahmy how artists Ulrike Rosenbach and Dan Graham inspire him.

Episode 5: Jessica Salomon

Who Inspires You? In this episode, standup comic Jessica Salomon, tells Miriam Fahmy why Jon Stewart inspired her.

Episode 6: Mark Lawes

Who Inspires You? In this episode, actor, director and author Mark Lawes, tells Miriam Fahmy how Marshall McLuhan inspired his work.

Episode 7: Eunice Bélidor

Who Inspires You? In this episode, Eunice Bélidor, programming coordinator at articule art center tells Miriam Fahmy how Thelma Golden inspires her.

Episode 8: Glen LeMesurier

Who Inspires You? In this episode, sculptor Glen LeMesurier tells Miriam Fahmy how Bernhard Luginbühl inspired him.

Episode 9: John Londono

Who Inspires You? In this episode, photographer and director of photography John Londono tells Miriam Fahmy why William Klein inspired him.

Episode 10: Kevin Lo

Who Inspires You? In this episode, graphic designer Kevin Lo, tells Miriam Fahmy why the Dutch approach to graphic design inspires him.

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