Amélie Lamont & Timothy Goodman – Navigating expectations, why our faves are problematic, and finding hope after a challenging year
Designer & writer Amélie Lamont and designer & illustrator, Timothy Goodman, talk to host Tina Essmaker about navigating the expectations of others and ourselves throughout our careers, why our faves are problematic, and finding hope after a challenging year.
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Recorded live at Wythe Hotel on December 6, 2016, as part of The Great Discontent Live series. Host Tina Essmaker talks to designer & writer, Amélie Lamont, and designer & illustrator, Timothy Goodman, about navigating the expectations of others and ourselves throughout our careers, why our faves are problematic, and searching for goodness in a challenging year.
This episode was produced by The Great Discontent and Benjamin Welch with audio mixing by Ryan Essmaker.
Photo of Amélie & Timothy by Julia Hembree