Edu Grau is the Barcelona born cinematographer who’s unique vision inspired the simple and sophisticated look of Boy Erased. Edu joins Go Creative Show Host and commercial director Ben Consoli to discuss Edu’s working relationship with director Joel Edgerton, creating authentic visuals to depict conversion therapy programs, his love of 16mm film and the beauty of stained glass.
Guy Toubes is the writer and showrunner for the Emmy Nominated animated series The Stinky And Dirty Show on Amazon Prime. As a prolific writer and story editor for countless children’s shows, Guy has a unique perspective on telling stories that both entertain and teach children and adults.
Guy joins commercial director and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to discuss the challenges of writing for young audiences, the limitations of 3D animation, using animatics, show-running an animated series, and so much more.
Newton Thomas Sigel is the visionary cinematographer for the highly anticipated film Bohemian Rhapsody. Tom joins Go Creative Show host and commercial director Ben Consoli to discuss Tom’s decision to shoot with the Alexa 65, creating a visual language for Freddie Mercury’s story, recreating Live Aid, and all the behind-the-scenes secrets you need to know.
Michael Simmonds is the director of photography for the 2018 sequel to the classic horror film Halloween. Michael and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli discuss shooting the film, working with director David Gordon Green, the parallels between horror and comedy and filmmaking philosophies that everyone can use.
James Pearse Connelly is the Emmy award nominated production designer who’s created the sets for some of today’s biggest TV shows including The Voice, Top Chef, and Bill Nye Saves The World. James and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli, discuss how these award winning set designs are created, where the inspiration comes from, and the challenges faced during the process.
Sarah Fennel is a photographer and founder of Foodtography School where she teaches her students how to master the skill of food photography. She joins commercial director and Go Creative Show host Ben Consoli to talk about her career, creating her brand, and tons of tips you can use now to enhance your own food photography.
John Grillo is the director of photography for Westworld season 2 and he’s on the show today to discuss his accomplished career, the challenges and rewards of shooting film, and behind the scenes secrets from the set.