I’ve been developing a new on-the-water program called Kitesurfing Adventure Skills, and since I love podcasts I reached out to Adrian Kerr over at Kitesurf365 and we did a short interview. We talk about kitesurfing in Brazil, the long distance experience, what I mean by “adventure skills”, and more! Have a listen here and give Adrian a follow @kitesurf365 – thanks buddy!
Fellow Battery member, podcaster and top-notch interior designer Jeff Schlarb called me out of the blue and invited me in for an interview on his show. I’m very grateful for unexpected invitations like this, and I admire what Jeff is doing a lot.
What’s his show about? As with my own podcast (that remains very much in development), his is quite simply a creative project — a work of art, really. ‘An opportunity to have interesting conversations,’ and it certainly was.
Thanks for the invitation, Jeff. It takes courage to open your door so widely — well done. I hope you all enjoy our conversation, and do check out the other episodes of his show, including SF supervisor Scott Wiener, chef Tyler Florence, choreographer Alonzo King, and restauranteur Anna Weinberg, among many others!
Did I say podcasting was easy? Not a chance. That said, it is easier than shooting a film! I was lucky enough to be one of the principal athletes in the SurfinSemFim film production last year in Brazil, and believe me, I was glad that my only job was to kitesurf 100+km every day!
I was interviewed on the awesome Here Be Dragons kitesurfing podcast the other day. On his show, Bjoern digs up the details on some of the most interesting kite destinations around the world, and I’ve learned a lot listening to his episodes about South Africa and Chile, to name a couple.
He asked me to be on the show to talk about my #longdistance#kitesurfing experiences in Brazil with Surfin Sem Fim. We did a trans-Atlantic simul-cast and worked our way through the 600km itinerary that we captured last year, talking about the landscape, the spots, the kiting, and the immersive experience of traveling by kite day-after-day down the coast of Brazil.
I’ve been exploring the world of podcasts lately and this flourishing form of expression is very gratifying and inspiring. To use a model that I also use to describe various sports: writing is simple but difficult. Video is complicated and difficult. Speaking is simple and easy. Maybe radio/podcasting is [somewhat] complicated and yet easy?
In any case, there are podcasts about just about anything you can imagine, and in doing research for my own (!) I came across the Adventure Sports Podcast – and they asked me to be on the show!
Starting with the “beginner questions” about what kitesurfing is and how it works, at about 44:30 we move on to talk about my #longdistance #kitesurfing experience in Brazil and also about the deep connection between athletics and intuition and how being active in nature – especially over the course of a long athletic journey – can be a powerful way to train your intuition.