Kathryn Tolbert: Daughter of a Japanese War Bride

Our latest episode of ‘People in America’ is a very, very special one! We had the opportunity to sit and chat with Kathryn Tolbert, journalist, film director and a daughter of a Japanese war bride. Wow! This was a new experience for me and I must say I learned a lot on this shoot. I hope you enjoy her amazing story, because we truly enjoyed putting it together!

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.

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.

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.

LuminAID: Sharing the Gift of Light

Sometimes in life we take some of the most basic human needs for granted. In our latest episode of ‘People in America’ we sat down with Andrea Sreshta and Anna Stork, co-founders of LuminAID. They have designed portable solar lights that aid people all around the world, especially in disaster relief areas.

Toby Mendez: Bringing History to Life through Sculpting

Our latest episode of ‘People in America’ features the extremely talented sculptor Toby Mendez. His amazing work can be seen all around the U.S. He describes sculpting as: “It’s about protrusions and depressions. And one thing that I think is very dynamic about it, because it’s 360 degrees, that you have to capture what you want from every possible angle.” He brings history to life with his work! 

Vanessa Larco: Woman Entrepreneur Succeeding in the Tech World

Vanessa Larco is a Partner at NEA and focuses on enterprise and consumer investing in Silicon Valley. She is the perfect example of a woman entrepreneur succeeding in tech! In our latest episode of ‘People in America’ watch and listen to her story of success in the tech capital of the world, Silicon Valley.

Martin Greenfield: Master Tailor, Holocaust Survivor and Tailor to Presidents

My latest episode of ‘People in America’ features Martin Greenfield, master tailor/holocaust survivor/tailor to presidents! His brand, Martin Greenfield Clothiers, has been tailoring suits for presidents, celebrities and more for many years. Watch and listen as Martin talks about his first encounter with a needle and thread in Aushwitz concentration camp in 1944.

Dr. Jacques Bailly: The Face of the Scripps National Spelling Bee

I had the pleasure of sitting down with Dr. Jacques Bailly, official pronouncer for the Scripps National Spelling Bee. What a great story he has, learning how to pronounce words and now giving that gift to young kids. Check out his video in my latest installment of ‘People in America.’