18| The Knot Registry with Senior Editor Esther Lee
The Wedding Stylist Podcast
Whether you are a guest to a wedding or a couple getting married, this podcast episode is all about tips and tricks for wedding gifts. Esther is the Senior Editor of The Knot, covering and editing all-things-related to weddings and love at the leading brand in the U.S. She has successfully overseen multiple content initiatives at The Knot, including prolific team coverage of the 2018 Royal Wedding and a content partnership with Warner Brothers for the world premiere of Crazy Rich Asians. Most notably, she has served as the force behind the accelerated growth of News content at The Knot since 2016.
Save the Date! Invitation Advice with Esther Lee, Senior Editor at The Knot
Weddings Unveiled with Leah Longbrake
From the Save the Dates to the Thank You cards, Esther Lee, Senior Editor at The Knot, breaks down how to choose your invitation style, when you should send them out to your guests, and what you definitely should and should not include. We also discuss the brand new Invitations and Stationary collection from The Knot! Get to know Esther: Esther Lee is the Senior Editor of The Knot, covering and editing all-things-related to weddings and love at the leading brand in the U.S. She has successfully overseen multiple content initiatives at The Knot, including prolific team coverage of the 2018 Royal Wedding and a content partnership with Warner Brothers for the world premiere of Crazy Rich Asians. Most notably, she has served as the force behind the accelerated growth of News content at The Knot since 2016. She is a voracious reader with an inherent gift for storytelling and an unquenchable thirst for answers. Esther currently resides in New York City and surprise: on occasion, she doesn't mind if you flip the switch and ask her questions instead. Follow The Knot on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Instagram!This has been a production of Evergreen Podcasts. A special thank you to Executive Producers David Moss, Gerardo Orlando, Production Director Brigid Coyne and Audio Engineer Eric Koltnow. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Comeback with Cherry Creek Fashion Boss Babe Esther Lee Leach
Comeback with Erica Cobb
This week I chat with Esther Lee Leach, Founder of Cherry Creek Fashion. Born in the Caribbean on the island of Saint Lucia, she moved to Cherry Creek with her family and noticed something was missing in how local fashion was being showcased...and she aimed to fix that by starting a publication that "she would want to read." And amazing woman and a great conversation, check, out https://www.cherrycreekfashion.com for more.
21: Megan Mace / Esther Lee Don't Postpone The Gift
Tom Kelly Show
Megan Mace of “Megan and Liz” shares the reasoning and struggle behind postponing her wedding. Esther Lee, Senior Editor of TheKnot.com and celebrity wedding planner Mikie Russo share an important point of wedding etiquette during Corona Times.Tom Kelly shares IHateWeddings.com’s Covid Wedding tips plus Mikie Russo has a BIG announcement. Megan Mace: @MeganMace Esther Lee From The Knot’s Instagram: @TheEstherLee
Esther Lee is a poet (and letter-press artist!) who, along with her husband and cat Bowie, lives on a 35-foot sailboat called “Hope.” Currently, they’re living off the coast of Jacksonville, Florida, where she writes poetry, blogs about her efforts at a zero-waste boat life, and occasionally takes phone calls from podcasters. Spit, her debut collection, received both the Elixir Press Poetry Prize and Pushcart Prize nominations. On today’s episode, Lee reads from her brand-new and beautiful collection of poetry out now from Conduit Books and Ephemera, Sacrificial Metal. These poems offer a meditation through the lens of dance and human movement about the quiet dignities and alienation of illness, caregiving, and living in a racialized body. Part documentary poetics, part mourning diary, part textual choreography, and part nautical-inspired elegy, the poems in Sacrificial Metal, serve as inquiries about how we may become socialized or exiled from a community, along with how movement and dance offer possibilities of interconnectedness with one’s own body and a sense of collective identity.Find out more about Esther Lee and her amazing life’s work:EstherLee.ioWayfindersNow.comIf you’re feeling extra curious, check out more about Rudolf van Laban’s fascinating distillations of dance and movement here.
This is a rebroadcast from May 29, 2019. The husband and wife duo Sung Chang and Esther Lee presents music for piano four hands by Bach, Liszt, and Piazzolla for this live Dame Myra Hess Memorial Concert broadcast. Husband and wife duo team, Sung Chang and Esther Lee have been playing together since 2010 while studying at Hochschule fuer Musik Theater und Medien Hannover in Germany. After only six months as a piano duo, they won first prize and the Best Performance of Schubert Award in the 17th International Schubert Competition for Piano Duo, where no second prize was awarded. Most recently, they won the Beverly Hills National Audition and appeared in numerous venues throughout Southern California. They have had distinguished opportunities performing in Germany, Czech Republic, Korea and the United States. Some of their involvements include performing at “art la danse” with the Goettingen Chamber Choir and Dance ensemble, in the “Young Music Elite” series in Germany, and concert series in Korea and the United States. Individually, Chang has gone on to win more than ten international competition including the 7th Bösendorfer USASU International Piano Competition, the 12th San Antonio International Piano Competition in United States, Valsesia Musica International Competition in Italy, and the International 13, Wettbewerb der Chopin-Gesellschaft Hannover e.V in Germany. Lee is a recipient of multiple awards from numerous competitions, including the Jeunesses International Music Competition in Romania, International Piano Competition “Citta Di Caraglio” in Italy and the Franz Liszt International Competition in the United States. Chang and Lee reside in Los Angeles continues to perform together as a duo, as soloists, and as chamber musicians in various countries. Biography courtesy of the IMF Chicago website. *On-demand audio featured on this site may have been edited in order to comply with U.S. copyright regulations. The post Esther Lee and Sung Chang [Rebroadcast] appeared first on WFMT.
In this episode I am joined by 2020 LPGA Tour Rookie, Esther Lee. We talk about her start in golf, her college career, which included tying a NCAA 18-hole scoring record with a round of 61! We also discuss her time on the Symetra Tour and the challenges that come with professional golf. And honestly, Esther's recollection of shots and rounds made this conversation so much fun. She also talks about earning her LPGA card, and her experiences so far in the few tournaments she has played pre-covid. Great stories. Great insights. Lots of fun.All this, and more, on episode 7!Please Subscribe, Like, and Share!And follow me on Instagram: @benharpringmediaTwitter: @BenHarpringIntro and outro music credit: Cactus, by Jef
How The Culture Surrounding Racism Is Shifting & The Power Behind Creativity with Esther Lee Leach
What Didn't Kill You? with Michael Silverman
In today’s episode, I’m joined by Publisher and Editor in Chief at ‘Cherry Creek Fashion’, Esther Lee Leach! Esther is a force to be reckoned with in the fashion and content production industry. Her story has taken her from starting her first company as a teenager in St. Lucia to global experience across multiple fields in the creative space. Her work ethic is incomparable and she has such a genuine drive to put her ideas into the world. Esther was generous enough to share her thoughts on what the fashion scene looks like throughout the world, why she chose a career in this industry, as well as how her magazine is changing the way people interact with content surrounding fashion and beauty. We also talk about the value behind having a diverse and inclusive workplace and how that has impacted the culture at ‘Cherry Creek Fashion’. Esther has experienced racial bias and been subject to ignorance first hand, and aims to create an environment that feels collaborative and open for all involved. She shares her personal experiences with the subject, and offers her perspective on how she has changed her mindset towards it over the years. For more insights on Esther’s background and to hear our thought provoking conversations in more depth, tune in to Episode 5 of What Didn’t Kill You! Some Questions I Ask:How did you get started in modeling and fashion? (1:14)What were your biggest challenges getting started in production? (5:17)Did you start pursuing fashion and modeling around the same time you were working in production? (6:38)Were you still actively producing content in the fashion world after leaving Saint Lucia? (8:03)How does production of content and exploration of fashion tie into your identity? (13:04)How did you start ‘Cherry Creek Fashion’? (16:59)What impact has Coronavirus had on the growth of the magazine? (20:36)Has racial bias and the terminology surrounding racism had any affect on you from a career standpoint? (28:50)Have you ever felt like you’ve been on the wrong side of systematic and institutional racism? (30:38)How does having a more diverse and inclusive company strengthen your product (32:52)What advice can you give to other entrepreneurs of colour who are wanting to break the mould in their own industries? (35:24)What does the future of ‘Cherry Creek Fashion’ look like? (36:27)Do you have any practices that help you maintain the mindset you have? (37:13)In This Episode You Will Learn:Background on Esther Lee Leach and her first experience producing a television show (1:23)How being a producer from such a young age has influenced and encouraged Esther today (4:06)What Esther’s life in the London fashion scene looked like (9:37)How Esther made her move to the US and continued her creative endeavours (10:35)How starting a family impacted Esther as someone who is so driven by her work (11:33)What the transition going back into fashion was like for Esther after taking time away to raise her baby (14:00)A brief background on the community aspect of ‘Cherry Creek Fashion’ (14:32)How being a fashion creator in Denver differs from other cities (15:48)Why Esther’s magazine challenges the traditional concept of the medium (18:50)How ‘Cherry Creek Studios’ was born (21:41)What role activism and social change plays in the content at Esther’s magazine (23:49)How racism is more prevalent for Esther in Colorado as opposed to other cities (26:25)The involvement of younger generations combating racism and holding white people accountable (27:51)Connect With Michael Silverman:What Didn’t Kill You - InstagramMichael Silverman - InstagramConnect With Esther Lee Leach:InstagramLinkedInEmailCherry Creek Fashion - WebsiteCherry Creek Fashion - InstagramResources: Article - ‘Style Profile: Esther Lee Leach’, 303 Magazine See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
True North Daily (Episode 45): Watching the News as the Church with Esther Lee
True North Church
In this episode, we're blessed to have Esther Lee, a news producer at Spectrum News of Southern California, on to have a conversation on how to consume the news as the church in a time where we have all become news junkies.
Korean Baseball Comes to Bat in America: Mark Lippert, Eric Hacker, Daniel Kim, Dan Kurtz, Esther Lee, Troy Stangarone
While the rest of the world is still struggling to contain the outbreak of COVID-19, South Korea - progressing steadily in its containment of the pandemic - has begun its season of baseball. With the Major League Baseball season postponed in the United States, ESPN has begun airing the Korean Baseball Organization’s games in America. It is a seminal moment. Koreans are bringing baseball back to its homeland and showcasing what their league looks like. Potentially a harbinger for greater exchange of players between the two nations. In light of this development, we have today a panel of Korean baseball experts, including former player Eric Hacker and agent Esther Lee, to discuss and highlight the 101 of the league and the sport in Korea. Our guest host, former U.S. ambassador to Korea Mark Lippert, moderates this discussion. You can also find Troy Stangarone’s Diplomat column on the Korean Baseball Organization here: https://thediplomat.com/2019/06/should-amateur-baseball-players-go-pro-in-south-korea-and-japan/