My friend Jason Brubaker has achieved impressive success in both the mainstream entertainment industry and as an independent creator.
He held a coveted Visual Development position at DreamWorks Feature Animation, broke Kickstarter records with his original graphic novel reMIND and now makes his living entirely from personal projects.
In this episode, Jason and I discuss his first big break, midlife crises, the brevity of life and the desire to create work with meaning.
Listen To Part 1 Of My Interview With Jason Brubaker:
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Jason talked about the importance of trying to spend our limited time in meaningful ways.
Do you have a passion to make meaningful art or tell meaningful stories? If so, what are you doing to realize that passion?
…and if you’re still searching for your meaningful path, did Jason help at all? If so, how?
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