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David Judson: Re-imagining the Concept of Stained Glass Our latest episode of ‘People in America’ features David Judson of Judson Studios. He is his family’s fifth generation member to own and operate Judson Studios in Los Angeles, California. He is fully embracing the 21st century and has teamed up with talented artists to introduce a new technique to stained glass. Check out his profile piece now on my PORTFOLIO page!
Nancy Grace Roman: Mother of the Hubble Telescope This week’s episode of ‘People in America’ is very special to me because we had the opportunity to sit with the mother of the Hubble Telescope, Nancy Grace Roman. What an inspiring woman! She is currently 93 years old and cute as a button! I was amazed how much knowledge she has on space matters and how much she was able to recall from the early days.
Erin Vilardi: Empowering Women to Run for Office and Win! In our latest episode of ‘People in America’ we had the opportunity to sit down with Erin Vilardi, CEO and founder of Vote Run Lead. Her organization helps women run for office and win! More female candidates are running for office than ever before and perhaps we’ll just call it the year of the woman!
Derek Blanks: Master of the Camera In our latest episode of ‘People in America’ we had the pleasure of sitting down with Hollywood photographer to the stars, Derek Blanks. For him photography is a medium. With his own style, Blanks captures the essence of his subjects with flair and creativity. He has photographed Hollywood celebrities and entertainers such as Janelle Monae, Chaka Khan, Beyonce, Usher, and many more.
Aaron Hughes: Brewing Tea Diplomacy Tea has always been a huge part of our culture. Bringing people together to enjoy the moment and conversations. In our latest episode of ‘People in America’ American activist and Army veteran Aaron Hughes shares a very interesting and eye opening story! Aaron explains how not being able to accept tea offered to him while in Iraq changed him as a person!