Alex Kim @atkpics is a photographer based in Missoula, MT, and the founder of HereMT @here_montana. We discuss Alex's photography in relation to his community-building activism in both the local BIPOC and outdoor communities, while highlighting #stopasianhate.
Please welcome to the pod our beautiful, handsome skincare expert and yes, also comedian, Alex Kim! Alex, Gabby, and Lukas share their trials and tribulations of trying to make it in NYC comedy while performing at and hosting open mics. Alex takes us through his coming out story, pet peeves, and church retreat debates over the existence of gay giraffes. Gabby brings us back to her Birthright days and Lukas reads off an audience’s nightmare starring him. Our audience writes in (starting at 55:55) with a summer camp legend gone wrong, a fear of flirting, and a threesome for the ages! Follow Alex Kim! - ig: @alexkimedian TikTok: @lukastarnold @hipsoccermom Instagram: @twonosymeerkats @lukastarnold @hipsoccermom Twitter: @twonosymeerkats @lukastarnold @hip_soccer_mom
This week's episode of Don't Quit Your Day Job features a very funny friend of mine, Alex Kim! Alex is a New York City comedian that performs all over the city. I could talk about comedy all day, and I was so excited to have him on the show. We talk about getting into comedy, cultivating community, confidence, and being true to yourself. You can also follow Don't Quit Your Day Job on Instagram @DQYDJ_pod. My DMs are open! Thanks for listening!
In the first episode of Maddening Conversations, Maddy has a maddening conversation about Halloween, then a normal conversation with her dad. Dr. Alex Kim has been an otorhinolaryngologist (Ear, Nose, and Throat doctor) for 16 years. He talks about the long nights of studying, how to be a good patient, and the craziest things he's seen on the job. Instagram: maddykim16YouTube: Maddy Kim
From engineering roles at iRobot to Sensata to Thermo Fisher Alex shares with us the top skills that product designers need, the importance of understanding your “why”, and his mission to eliminate quality departments (okay, that’s not really what he meant on the last one). Pipeline Design & Engineering partners with medical device engineering teams who need turnkey equipment such as cycle test machines, custom test fixtures, or automation equipment but don’t have the bandwidth or resources internally to develop that equipment. You can find us on the web at www.testfixturedesign.com and www.designtheproduct.com
Skyler Holzman (Cornell '22) talks (for the first time EVER) with Alex Kim (Emory '21) about his isolation experience in New Jersey, as well as about the conflict resulting from ordering takeout Chinese food and creative games to play in pharmacies and supermarkets.