James Curran (JTM) is the owner of WhistlePitch and is an amazing entrepreneur here in Utah! We got to talk about his journey through being in sales, music, and starting a business! Check this one out and make sure you check out his software (https://www.whistlepitch.com/ ) and follow James on Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/plsstopjames/) and Facebook (https://www.facebook.com/plsstopjames) Sponsor: https://www.hepiusmed.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dalton-jensen/support
EP13 - James Curran - Absolute Radio & Magic Radio - "When I hear that sound, It goes to my heart..."
Desperately Seeking Paul : Paul Weller Fan Podcast
Absolute Radio & Magic Radio are two of the biggest radio stations in the UK - attracting millions of listeners every week. James Curran is the man behind the music - working with labels, artists, DJs, presenters to shape the sound of these award-winning radio stations as Director of Music... Not only does he love MUSIC - love LIVE GIGS - love RADIO - he also happens to be a Big Paul Weller fan - arranging sessions and interviews with Paul throughout his career. Listen to Absolute Radio here Listen to Magic Radio here And if you want to request Weller (whilst giving the podcast a little mention) then you can get in touch with the team here... Magic Request Show - Sundays 10am - Get your requests in on firstname.lastname@example.org, or text MAGIC followed by your message to 61054 or fill in the form here Absolute Radio Request Show - Sundays 6pm - To get your song on-air tweet @AbsoluteRadio with #RequestShow or text 81215 (50p + n/wrk rate). If you want to support the podcast financially, you can buy me a virtual coffee via the link below (£3) Buy me a coffee on ko-fi
Rob, Mace, and Chris talk with James about his struggles and success as a local artist. With the name of "James the Mormon" came a list of other issues James wasn't anticipating. James talks about the roll of his faith despite the naysayers within his own community.
Don’t call him James the Mormon anymore. In fact, pretty soon you won’t be able to call him JTM either. For James Curran, getting to the top of the Billboard Rap Chart and having Number One iTunes releases has been the easy part. Dealing with his fame and notoriety in the LDS community has been another story.Raised in an abusive family, James Curran is used to disappointment and negativity. But he never anticipated the mixed reaction he’s gotten from his faith group because of his music. In fact, it has caused to him to abandon his moniker, which had attracted an audience he appreciates, but wasn’t aiming for. So how can he fix the music streaming algorithms that lump his secular rap music with the Mormon Tabernacle Choir? Bob Evans with FOX 13 News in Salt Lake City sat down with rapper James Curran in September of 2019 for a 3 Questions interview.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
…on the importance of personal work. James Curran is an animation director and designer living in Los Angeles California by way of Nottingham, England. Going by the moniker of SlimJim Studios, he’s created work in his distinctive illustration and animation style for clients including eBay, Samsung, T-Mobile, Disney XD and more. His work has been a Vimeo Staff Pick, a Vimeo Awards finalist and shortlisted for the South by Southwest Excellence in Title Design Awards. James joins the show for a conversation about making fun of himself through animation, meme culture and credit and creating “gifathons."
S2-E10: Childhood Trauma, Fame, and Finding Strength in Faith: James Curran - JTM
James Curran aka JTM, once was known as James the Mormon. Today he has transformed himself and is now stronger than ever. James tells his story of overcoming brutal childhood abuse, neglect, and trauma. He finds hope in God and strength in his faith, triumphing over anything that's put in his way. James also talks about what it was like to have his debut album, "I'm Not a Rapper," hit number 1 on the Hip Hop Charts! And... how his overnight success and fame led to his darkest, most depressed moments. James opens up like never before in this incredible episode.--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/findingstrength/support
70: Simple Shapes With Personality | A Study Of James Curran
The James Redd Podcast
Here I talk about the goofy and clever work of animator James Curran. There's a part where I talk about a vomiting cat. Don't miss it.James Curran:https://www.instagram.com/slimjimstudios/ http://www.slimjimstudios.com/
Side Project Benefits - Animation Director James Curran
When you love what you do, it’s no chore to put in extra hours on the side to create something special of your own. Your own creative project. It can help you experiment and evolve… and it can help you get known. And when it’s the likes of Steven Spielberg who has noticed you, you’re doing something right. The very animated James Curran, better known for his colourful looping GIFs as Slim Jim Studios, takes us through his freelance journey and the huge role his many substantial side projects have played in getting him noticed and getting him work. We also chat about knowing your value, having an agent, community, speaking, finance and not giving up - it takes time. This episode is supported by FreeAgent - online accounting software that makes managing your business finances a breeze. With an award-winning UK based support team on hand to help out, it’s easy to stay on top of your expenses, invoices, banking and tax. To claim your 1 month free trial, visit FreeAgent.com/beingfreelance Love learning from other freelancers like this? Check out the website beingfreelance.com, subscribe to the podcast and to the newsletter.* You'll also find useful links for this episode. That's beingfreelance.com Like VIDEO? - Check out the Being Freelance vlog - YouTube.com/SteveFolland Who the hell is Steve Folland? You know how everyone bangs on about how powerful video and audio content can be? Yeah, well Steve helps businesses make it and make the most of it. Find out more at www.stevefolland.com Track him down on Twitter @sfolland or lay a trail of cake and he'll eventually catch you up.
In conversation: Michael Fullilove and James Curran on Australia’s uneasy alliance
Lowy Institute: Live Events
Donald Trump has now been president of the United States for seven months. He is a very different president from his predecessors. What does this mean for Australia? How should we manage the US alliance in the age of Trump? The Executive Director of the Lowy Institute Michael Fullilove is the author of a new essay on the Trump administration and Australia in Foreign Affairs magazine. On 23 August, Dr Fullilove and Nonresident Fellow Professor James Curran, author of Fighting with America, discussed the first months of the Trump administration and Australia’s response.