Sam is the leader of Awaken, our regional ministry to young adults in the community. Today we hear what it's been like through lock-down for them and also what's on Sam's heart for the church in this season.
1. Flaural - Momma Fell Asleep 2. BRONCHO - Friends 3. Kid Bloom - Hold In, Hold On 4. Night Tapes - Truly Being Alive 5. Iron & Wine - The Sea and the Rhythm 6. Andy Shauf - You Slipped Away 7. Cornelia Murr - Man On My Mind 8. Wilderwater - In and Out of Love 9. James Blake - Can't Believe The Way We Flow 10. Ferdous - Wish The Times Were Better 11. Katie Von Schleicher - Display 12. Film School - Crushin 13. Hollow Graves - Far Out Summer 14. Sam Burton - Interview Pt.1 15. Sam Burton - I Can Go With You 16. Sam Burton - Interview Pt.2 17. Sam Burton - Why Should You Take Me There 18. Sam Burton - Interview Pt.3 19. Sam Burton - Tomorrow Is an Ending 20. Nice Biscuit - Fem Chem 21. The Clockworks - Enough is Never Enough 22. Gold Connections - Fortune 23. Plants and Animals - Get My Mind 24. Juanita Stein - Reckoning 25. Gaspard Eden - Bathroom Mirror 26. Dougie Poole - Toshiba Sky 27. Peeling - Dread
"Sam Burton is an indie folk musician originally from Utah, now living in LA, who has just released his debut record, produced by Jarvis Tavernier from the band Woods. I spoke with Sam while he was on the road back from Austin to LA, and we talked about the record, hanging out on a pecan orchard, and the effect that moving to LA has had on his songwriting and life in general. Listen in for our conversation, plus three songs from his record, performed exclusively for BTR Live Studio at Home.00:00 - LS intro + sponsor01:16 - Sam Burton interview25:24 - "I can go with you" - Sam Burton29:04 - "Further from the Known" - Sam Burton33:46 - "Stagnant pool" - Sam Burton37:02 - Outro37:51 - End."
065: How to use Instagram as a motion designer w/ Sam Burton
Motion Hatch: Helping Motion Designers Do Better Business
Social media is a powerful tool for getting your animations out there and finding more work as a freelancer. However, actually connecting with the right people is not a straightforward task. To clear up any confusion, We’ve brought on a freelance motion designer who has 25k followers on Instagram to share how to use Instagram as a motion graphic designer. How to make the jump into being a freelance motion designer Sam Burton is an expert in using Instagram to create opportunities for his freelance business. For the last 10 years, he has worked on a large variety of projects including animated commercials, broadcast design, and music videos. Sam and I chat about how he transitioned to freelance work. Sam didn’t make this change in a day. It was a gradual process where he did personal work on the side and built up contacts before resigning from his studio job. Using Instagram to get motion design opportunities While Sam started his Instagram channel as a way to share his work, it became much more. Now he uses it as a tool to find all sorts of work and collaborate with other motion designers. This led to vast opportunities Sam wouldn’t have found otherwise. Most important of all, Sam suggests just putting out work that you are passionate to create. This means ignoring the number of likes and followers you get. Focus on creating good work and you will get noticed. Know your motion graphics hashtags Sam also recommends knowing your hashtags. They are a great way to get your work in front of different eyes. Incorporating sound into your posts is also a way to stand out and connect with more people. Simply put, there are strategies you can use to set your animations apart and make it your own. This will naturally lead to more engagement and more work. In this episode Factors to consider before making the jump into freelance work Using Instagram as a networking tool Why the numbers don’t matter as much as you might think on social media Why it’s important to use the right hashtags to get your posts shared Incorporating sound in your posts to create strategic partnerships Using outside inspiration to set your animations apart and make them relevant Balancing personal work with client work as a freelancer The potential of other social media platforms to promote motion design work Quotes “You never quite know who’s going to see the work you’re putting on Instagram. It might lead to a job. It might not. But it might lead to a connection with someone you admire. It might lead to meeting up with some people at your next event. Everyone’s on it.” [8:18] “The work you put out there should be work that you enjoy making and that you’re inspired to do -- that brings you pleasure and joy.” [10:36] “Each hashtag puts your image into a whole other pool of work that can be seen by a whole different audience.” [16:01] “For potential clients and other studios, if they see you in a teacher role giving tips and advice, that shows you as more of an expert of your craft.” [34:38] Related links Find Sam Burton online Follow Sam on Instagram | Dribbble | Vimeo | Twitter Follow Motion Hatch on Instagram | Tiktok School of Motion Article on Instagram Motion Design Communities on Instagram The Design Tip Motion Lovers Motion Designers GFX.Mob Motion Mob Motion Graphics Inspiration Motion Graphics Place Graphics Daily P L S U R Motion Mood Motion Mate Buck Later Buffer Linktree Related episodes How to use LinkedIn to get direct clients with Mair Perkins How to use social media to get more clients with Golden Wolf Thanks for Listening! To share your thoughts: Leave a note in the comment section below. Share this show on Twitter, Facebook, or Pinterest. To help out the show: Leave an honest review on iTunes. Your ratings and reviews really help. Subscribe on iTunes. Podcast music licensed by Big Waves sonosanctus.com dankoch.net Some of the links above are affiliate links. Basically, this means that if you decide to make a purchase through one of these links, we will earn a small commission, at no extra cost to you. You can be sure that we would recommend these products whether or not we made any commission on them. Please don’t spend your money on them if you don’t think that they will truly help you improve your business, although, in our experience, they will.
Friend and fellow songsmith Sam Burton stops by to talk about his personal journey with songwriting. Hopefully the exploration of a specific form of expression can serve as a view into larger, more expansive themes? I don't know. Maybe not. But he plays his latest single live and it's really good!
Creator of the podcast Radioland, Sam Burton, shares the 2018 film "Boy, Erased" with Benjamin. We talk about the movie's representations of conversion therapy and the challenges faced by many LGBTQ people from conservative, religious communities. We also share our favorite films based on the lives of the filmmakers.Listen to Radioland at radiolandpodcast.com or your preferred podcast app
The Thoughtful Technosapien: Internet Health with Sam Burton of Mozilla
Sam Burton is the Director, of Insights at the Mozilla Foundation. Her team leads projects, such as the Internet Health Report, that help us better understand and shape our relationships with technology. Sam has worked at the intersection of technology, culture, and human rights for over a decade. She’s worked with diverse organizations including Engineers Without Borders Canada, the Aga Khan Foundation, and the International Freedom of Expression eXchange.