Arts

Episode 24: No Business like Show Business with Johnathan Peck

In this episode, Caspar speaks with 29 year old professional actor Jonathon Peck. Johnathan binge thinks the life of a working actor, the differences between acting for stage vs screen, and the challenges, sexism, and rejection of show business. Johnathan's CV includes work on Neighbours and the 2016 film Lion. He will be appearing in the Melbourne Shakespeare Company's Much Ado About Nothing in December 2017. Produced and edited by Nina Roxburgh with music by Big Gigantic.

Old friends Caspar and John reminiscing on their misadventures in their younger days

Old friends Caspar and John reminiscing on their misadventures in their younger days

Episode 18: Skeletal Articulation with Gerard Geer

Caspar gets binge thinking with 31 year old Melbourne artist Gerard Geer. Gerard first came to public prominence when the Victorian government ordered him to destroy all his artwork. Since then, he's made up with the state, started teaching skeletal articulation, and gone viral on Instagram. Listen in as we recount his crazy adventure. Produced by Nina Roxburgh with music by Big Gigantic. Get into it.

"But Gerard, who is going to cut my hair now?" Old friends Caspar and Gerard Geer catching up on Gerard's new life as a self sustained independent artist and expert in Skeletal Articulation

"But Gerard, who is going to cut my hair now?" Old friends Caspar and Gerard Geer catching up on Gerard's new life as a self sustained independent artist and expert in Skeletal Articulation

Episode 1: Filmmaking and Class with Jeff Andersen Jnr

In this very first episode, Caspar gets binge thinking with Brisbane-based filmaker Jeff Andersen Jnr about what it's like being a young creative in the arts industry today. Jeff's work spans film, TV, and photography with a specialty in content for the music industry. He has directed film clips for Courtney Barnett and Tired Lion, and is a regular photographer for Jeremy Neale. The boys ended up bingeing on the difficulty defining what you do, the struggle in funding creative work, the idea of a universal basic income, class relations in Australia and Caspar's distaste for statistics. Jeff was awarded the winner of the episode for explaining the difference in public perception between scientists and filmakers. Get on board.

You can view Jeff's work and contact him at http://www.jeffjnr.com/. 

Brisbane-based Filmmaker Jeff Andersen Jnr

Brisbane-based Filmmaker Jeff Andersen Jnr