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Sounds Like Portraits

By Philippe Ungar

Sounds Like Portraits is a podcast on creative humans. My guests speak about the creativity that fuels big ideas and inspires actions that lead to personal fulfillment. They have generously agreed to entrust us with their stories. My hope is these resonate with you. Please listen in the spirit with which these were shared. -Philippe Ungar

  1. 1.
    Zhang Zhang, violinist at the Orchestre Philharmonique de Monte-Carlo: what is a mentor? (a success story)09/02/2020
    1:11:53
  2. 2.
    Florian Rodari, curateur, critique d'art et écrivain : Comment faire voir?08/08/2020
    48:25
  3. 3.
    Patrick le Quément, designer automobile d'exception : le designer qui déplace les lignes07/30/2020
    1:14:57
  4. 4.
    Marc van Peteghem, architecte naval et co-fondateur de VPLP : Concevoir un bateau, c'est découvrir un rêve caché07/22/2020
    42:07
  5. 5.
    Sébastien Baud, Chef de cuisine: What is so special about cooking for the French Consulate in New York?07/14/2020
    32:36
  6. 6.
    Daniel Deshays, explorateur de sons et écrivain: Ecouter s'apprend et c'est fascinant !07/09/2020
    48:56
  7. 7.
    Margot Delévaux, journaliste à la RTS (Télévision Suisse) :"Ne laissez personne pisser sur votre feu !"07/03/2020
    24:16
  8. 8.
    Philip Nemeth, professeur et consultant : Bienvenue dans la tête d'un designer automobile !06/25/2020
    43:34
  1. 9.
    Gildo Pastor, CEO de Venturi Automobiles et Consul Général de Monaco aux USA : 500 km/h en moto et 700 km/h en voiture électriques !06/19/2020
    20:44
  2. 10.
    Jackie Ferrara, sculptor and draughtswoman: exploring geometric beauty06/14/2020
    25:09
  3. 11.
    Peter Stein, oyster farmer: a story of oysters, creativity and survival during the cover crisis06/05/2020
    30:13
  4. 12.
    Frédéric Robert, Chef Pâtissier au Peninsula Hotel (NY) : Créativité et routine sont-elles compatibles ?05/30/2020
    26:50
  5. 13.
    Mathieu Dumond, biologiste : Confiné dans l'Arctique depuis 19 ans05/09/2020
    32:28
  6. 14.
    Spécial Covid-19/4 : Dé-confinement, incertitude et complotisme05/01/2020
    35:23
  7. 15.
    Spécial Covid-19/3 : Quels traitements prometteurs ? A quand un vaccin ?04/26/2020
    30:44
  8. 16.
    Spécial Covid-19/2 : Peut-on prévoir l'évolution du Covid-19 ?04/19/2020
    33:39
  9. 17.
    Spécial Covid-19/1 : Pourquoi le SRAS-CoV-2 infecte-il les humains ?04/10/2020
    41:35
  10. 18.
    Henry Dougier, éditeur, fondateur de la revue Autrement et des Ateliers Henry Dougier : faire de sa passion un métier04/04/2020
    28:37
  11. 19.
    Andy Froberg, Tax Director at Global Infrastructure Partners: The exciting thing about tax (You read it right)03/26/2020
    21:13
  12. 20.
    Benoit Janson, restaurateur : comment restaurer les oeuvres sans trahir les artistes ?03/19/2020
    33:02
  13. 21.
    Dominique Borel, interpreter: how much creativity is involved in interpreting?03/06/2020
    18:30
  14. 22.
    Renaud Roubaudi, créateur de P.O.A. (sur YouTube) : Comment réenchanter l'automobile ?02/28/2020
    37:14
  15. 23.
    Pascale Berner, Doula de fin de vie : 100e épisode, qu'est-ce qu'écouter ? (vraiment.)02/22/2020
    31:43
  16. 24.
    Jérémy Goc, chercheur en immunologie à Weill Cornell Medicine (New York) : "Je demande le droit à l'errance"02/14/2020
    34:06
  17. 25.
    Natalie Rea, criminal defense lawyer: 'I basically don't trust authority"02/09/2020
    23:07
  18. 26.
    Nicole von Arx, dancer and choreographer: creativity starts outside our comfort zone01/11/2020
    25:50
  19. 27.
    Gilles Bensimon, photographe, ex-directeur de la publication du magazine ELLE : "Il n'y a rien de plus profond que la peau" (Valéry)01/05/2020
    25:40
  20. 28.
    Hélène David-Weill, collectionneuse d'art : Collectionner n'est pas accumuler12/29/2019
    21:57
  21. 29.
    Emmanuel Saint-Martin, CEO & Fondateur de French Morning : l'info locale dans un monde global12/20/2019
    28:27
  22. 30.
    Celia Hodent, psychologist and ex-Director of User Experience at Epic Games (Fortnite): a story of brains and video games12/16/2019
    29:58
  23. 31.
    Arnaud de Saignes, Managing Director at Chandon California (LVMH): Let's pop the cork!12/07/2019
    16:20
  24. 32.
    Pat Burgener, snowboarder olympique et musicien : Un rêve grand comme sa vie11/30/2019
    26:58
  25. 33.
    Dominique Brustlein-Bobst, philanthrope : l'art (pas si simple) de tendre la main11/23/2019
    24:10
  26. 34.
    Fabrice Jaumont, Education Attaché (French Embassy to the US): Is Bilingualism becoming The New Norm?11/16/2019
    21:34
  27. 35.
    Benjamin Auzimour, Directeur général de Saint-James (USA): Le Fil des Générations11/07/2019
    24:25
  28. 36.
    Mario Cader-Frech, art collector (Miami): what is an eye for art?11/03/2019
    29:38
  29. 37.
    Mario Botta, architecte : comment créer un espace intérieur ?10/24/2019
    25:53
  30. 38.
    Martin Andersson, creative Director at Theory: what fashion shares with arts10/18/2019
    28:50
  31. 39.
    Frédéric Montagnon, Chairman at Arianee: How Cryptographic technologies and Blockchain change the way we own10/08/2019
    22:46
  32. 40.
    Roxane Revon, metteur en scène : au théâtre, vivre le moment présent09/28/2019
    33:13
  33. 41.
    Anne-Claire Berg, Culture and Engagement Director at Danone : how listening drives creative solutions09/24/2019
    18:03
  34. 42.
    Pascaline Lepeltier, Master Sommelier: What you need to know about tasting wine09/07/2019
    35:05
  35. 43.
    Nicoletta et Chocolat, deux clowns dans la fabrique du rire08/17/2019
    30:14
  36. 44.
    Sarahmée, rap artist: Rap is a Voice08/11/2019
    14:08
  37. 45.
    Normand Laprise, Chef à Toqué ! (Montréal) : une philosophie des quatre saisons08/03/2019
    26:29
  38. 46.
    Charles Shackleton, furniture maker: exploring handmade techniques to instill furniture with life07/27/2019
    18:37
  39. 47.
    Miranda Thomas, potter: here is why hand-made objects have souls07/18/2019
    18:38
  40. 48.
    Eric Ripert, Chef at Le Bernardin : life lesson from the kitchen07/12/2019
    33:32
  41. 49.
    Noémie de Lattre, comédienne : féministe libérée07/04/2019
    29:35
  42. 50.
    Frédéric Fekkai, Celebrity Hair Master & Brand Architect: Beauty is about proportion06/28/2019
    26:13
  43. 51.
    Michaëlle Jean, Gouverneure générale du Canada (2005-2010), Secretaire générale de la Francophonie (2015-2019) : la créativité est une forme de résistance06/20/2019
    21:10
  44. 52.
    Bob Eisenhardt, Film editor, three-time Emmy Award winner and Oscar nominee: the power of film editing06/16/2019
    29:00
  45. 53.
    Alain Bernard President & CEO of Richemont North America06/07/2019
    25:41
  46. 54.
    Melissa Clark, food columnist for the New York Times: about cooking and writing (about cooking)05/23/2019
    26:57
  47. 55.
    Geraldine Dulex, actress: what happens if you forget your lines on stage?05/13/2019
    27:38
  48. 56.
    Frederic Chesnais, CEO of ATARI: Is there creativity in playing video games? 04/24/2019
    20:26
  49. 57.
    Massimiliano Nanni, founder of Pizza Yard: what makes a creative pizzaiolo?04/19/2019
    17:56
  50. 58.
    Chef Christian Delouvrier : "Chaque recette est comme une carte."03/01/2019
    22:13
  51. 59.
    Jérôme de Chaunac, PSG Managing Director Americas: what can PSG offer to its American fans, far from the Parisian stadium?02/15/2019
    22:56
  52. 60.
    Michel Feher, philosophe: que signifie partager aujourd'hui ?02/08/2019
    30:55
  53. 61.
    Luc Hardy, adventurer and entrepreneur : how to lead scientific expeditions around the world?02/01/2019
    26:15
  54. 62.
    Nicole Twohy, food stylist: what are the stories behind the food styling process?01/18/2019
    23:08
  55. 63.
    Rozhia Tabnak, interior designer: how to design a space into a welcoming restaurant?01/11/2019
    22:08
  56. 64.
    Kate Chanba, cartographer: is mapping a subjective process?01/04/2019
    18:56
  57. 65.
    Ariane Daguin CEO of D'ARTAGNAN: introducing the first organic chicken in the US!12/28/2018
    28:42
  58. 66.
    Eric Mourlot at Galerie Mourlot: is it better to know the artist to better know the work?12/21/2018
    26:04
  59. 67.
    Pascal Boniface, géopolitologue et fondateur de l'IRIS : le monde tourne si vite, comment s’y retrouver ?12/14/2018
    20:25
  60. 68.
    Nasim Alikhani, Chef at Sofreh: “I’m always cooking something in my head.”12/07/2018
    20:15
  61. 69.
    Romuald Sciora, documentariste : la créativité des Nations Unies pour la paix.11/30/2018
    27:06
  62. 70.
    Ismail Lumanovski, clarinetist: “whenever I take my clarinet in my hands, I feel different.”11/23/2018
    15:25
  63. 71.
    Raphaël Prenat, expert auprès des Nations Unies : comment sortir d’une négociation bloquée ?11/16/2018
    23:14
  64. 72.
    Eugene Ruffolo, singer: “Finding your true voice is a real journey.”11/09/2018
    19:48
  65. 73.
    Bertrand Fontaine, CEO of SalonCentric: how does a big, creative, organization look like?11/02/2018
    21:28
  66. 74.
    Robby Kraft, origami artist: about the art of paper folding.10/26/2018
    19:23
  67. 75.
    Xavier Fontanet, ex-PDG d'Essilor : “C’est le climat de confiance qui rend les gens créatifs.”10/19/2018
    24:16
  68. 76.
    George Guidall: “As an audiobook narrator, I am an actor”10/12/2018
    20:03
  69. 77.
    Guillaume Parodi, écrivain : écrire, pour se rapprocher.10/04/2018
    17:08
  70. 78.
    Hasan Isakkut, multi-instrumentist: “Music is like cooking”09/30/2018
    17:16
  71. 79.
    Suzana Applebaum, creative director at Google: faster than life.08/24/2018
    16:31
  72. 80.
    Mark Travis, associate director at New York Philharmonic: what is a music recording about?08/17/2018
    24:24
  73. 81.
    Benoît Cristal, correspondant TF1 Moyen-Orient : reporter en zone de guerre.08/09/2018
    29:08
  74. 82.
    Kim Thuy, écrivaine : comment l'écriture est venue à moi.07/27/2018
    39:27
  75. 83.
    Hermione Hoby, writer: “writing is the most joyful struggle.”07/19/2018
    21:52
  76. 84.
    Michael Eskin, translator and publisher: “have the courage to really stand by what you think and be radical.”07/12/2018
    16:33
  77. 85.
    Christiane Karam, singer: “to be as present as possible.”07/06/2018
    17:31
  78. 86.
    Nancy Snider, cello player: "Silence is an answer."05/24/2018
    23:46
  79. 87.
    Ara Dinkjian, out player: the unpredictable magic of music.05/17/2018
    15:45
  80. 88.
    Emmanuel Roux, commissaire de police: “négocier, c’est créer du mouvement.”05/10/2018
    19:41
  81. 89.
    Francois deMenil, collector: what is an eye for art?05/04/2018
    9:38
  82. 90.
    Valérie Rousseau, curator at the American Folk Art Museum: what is curating outsider art about?04/26/2018
    19:46
  83. 91.
    Eileen Boxer, visual artist & graphic designer: creation vs. creativity, what's the difference?04/15/2018
    15:50
  84. 92.
    Claire Breukel, executive director at YES Contemporary (El Salvador): making art accessible for all.04/13/2018
    20:40
  85. 93.
    Nina Stern, multi-instrumentist: learning to find your own sound.04/05/2018
    15:22
  86. 94.
    Jeremy Tiang, translator: how to find a common place from which both sides can understand each other?03/30/2018
    23:28
  87. 95.
    Madeleine Monette, écrivaine : écrire en se rapprochant de soi.03/23/2018
    14:02
  88. 96.
    Jenny Lin, pianist: “my daily life is almost a constant preparation for my life on stage.”03/16/2018
    24:14
  89. 97.
    Vadim Neselovskyi, composer: “creating, like at the beginning of the world.”03/15/2018
    24:40
  90. 98.
    Jessica Dickey, writer and actress: “the weird thing about being an actor is that all the characters are you.”03/09/2018
    21:46
  91. 99.
    Mapy, violinist: “music is freedom”: (she played with Pharell Williams)03/02/2018
    8:41
  92. 100.
    Joel Fischer, visual artist: “the way we relate to each other is not different from the way we relate to an art object.”02/23/2018
    22:14
  93. 101.
    Charlotte Miller, writer, :“entertaining myself first.”02/09/2018
    13:19
  94. 102.
    Amelie Chabannes, visual artist: “experimenting freedom from chaos.”02/02/2018
    16:21
  95. 103.
    Bill Campbell, drummer: simplifying to the pulse.01/26/2018
    13:29
  96. 104.
    Hilda Shen, sculptor: the sculpting process is from inside out.01/18/2018
    15:48
  97. 105.
    Scott Tixier, violinist and composer: “music gave me a purpose.”01/12/2018
    17:09
  98. 106.
    Grégoire Maret, harmonica player: “just one thing to do: listen, listen, listen!”01/05/2018
    24:17
  99. 107.
    Romain Collin, pianist and composer: what is listening about?12/29/2017
    26:24
  100. 108.
    Patrick Erouart, écrivain : un collectionneur de rêves.12/22/2017
    17:26
  101. 109.
    Juliana Cerqueira Leite, sculptor: what can a body do?12/18/2017
    19:22
  102. 110.
    Alandra Marksman, street poet : creating poetry upon request12/15/2017
    23:49
  103. 111.
    Théo Lichtenberger, monteur cinéma: le montage est-il une manipulation ?12/08/2017
    26:34
  104. 112.
    Noam Wiesenberg, composer: "drawing inspiration from the masters”12/01/2017
    18:57
  105. 113.
    Faraï Malianga, drummer: being honest with one's inner voice.11/25/2017
    15:54
  106. 114.
    Alvise Orsini, décorateur et architecte : créer un intérieur.11/24/2017
    17:02
  107. 115.
    Sara Lavner, drama therapist: do artists have a special relationship to their ego?10/27/2017
    19:58
  108. 116.
    Vincent Peraro, sculpteur : vivre et créer à la limite10/20/2017
    17:39
  109. 117.
    Bernadette Villars, créatrice de costumes : l'habit fait-il le moine ? Evidemment.10/15/2017
    17:57
  110. 118.
    Tia Link, actress: beyond the fear of acting10/14/2017
    12:20
  111. 119.
    Kelly Miller, actor: the struggle of playing with authenticity.10/13/2017
    13:16
  112. 120.
    Carol Morgan, trumpeter: being inspired10/06/2017
    15:56
  113. 121.
    Camillo DiMaria, poet: "I work from the title"09/05/2017
    9:32
  114. 122.
    Sarah V. Schweig, writer: what to start with?08/21/2017
    13:20

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