Episode 12: Why You Should Always Look For Clues; Uncovering Your Destiny

July 06, 2017

Episode 12: Why You Should Always Look For Clues; Uncovering Your Destiny

Photo: Andrea Coleman 

Beth O’Rourke, Filmmaker and Co-Founder of SeaLevelTV joins us from Ventura to talk about having her own surf inspired media company. She shares visionary stories from childhood including a single photo that marked her destiny, and why you should ask the right questions before going full throttle on a project.

HIGHLIGHTS From The Episode: 

  • Recognizing your destiny; childhood memories and a Golden Gate photograph 
  • Why you should always look for clues in both childhood and adulthood 
  • Palette cleansing from tech-centered San Fran to breezy Southern CA 
  • Creative vs. business; How to keep your authentic vision while sourcing stakeholders and funding
  • When your creative passion becomes your full time gig, why it’s imperative to keep realistic expectations 
  • Getting back to basics; living and foraging off the land 
  • How to raise a well adjusted teenager in a confusing world

Links / Resources:

Website: http://sealevelproductions.tv
Vimeo: https://vimeo.com/sealeveltv
Tumbler: http://sealeveltv.tumblr.com/
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/sealeveltv/
  • Beth’s Personal Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/_bethorourke_/
  • Malibu Surfing Association: http://www.msasurfing.org/

     




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