Stefan Hunt – Film, Art, Death #010 – Joel Coleman Podcast

Episode #010 – Stefan Hunt – Film, Art, Death

Stefan Hunt joins me on the podcast, we couldn’t be in the same place, so Stefan joins me over the phone. The audio sounds like a phone call, but it’s worth moving straight past that to hear what Stefan has to say. The man is one of the most creative people roaming the planet. He has produced feature length films, documentaries and T.V. series, worked as a film director for all the huge clients, made music videos for the big bands, organised festivals about death that everyone told him would never work and even illustrated a tram in Melbourne. Yet, with all this success, Stefan has remained with his feet firmly on the ground and accepted that taking life too seriously is pointless, because, in his own words ‘we’re all going to die’. It’s an hour long rollercoaster through the creative genius of Stefan Hunt’s brain. The show ends with us agreeing to collaborate on an artwork for the episode notes that I started and Stefan finished. If you can’t see the artwork in your podcast player click through to my website via the link below. Enjoy…

Thanks for listening.

www.stefanhunt.com

www.joelcoleman.com

Enjoy your day,
Joel Coleman…

On the right is the drawing I sent Stefan, on the left is the finished artwork for this episode.

2 Comments
  • Mary
    Posted at 05:09h, 12 June Reply

    Stefan Hunt, Miss your face! imagine my surprise to see you on this guys podcast!!! ha ha ha Thanks Joel. I’ve loved all of your episodes so far stand outs besides Stefan, Megan Lewis and Craig Stevens

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