▶️Episode 160 ➗Guest : Laura Gallagher is a Character Artist and also Founder and an Educator at Outgang from Montreal, Canada. ✳️For full version of the podcast you can visit any podcast platform and search "kouryer podcast". For contact: Artstation: https://www.artstation.com/lipstick Outgang Youtube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/c/Outgang/featured Outgang Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/outgang.studio Email: email@example.com 00:00:00 - Start 00:02:00 - give a little introduction on how you got into visual arts and design? 00:13:50 - what is your main branch of design that you're focusing on? and tell us about your experience from the start till now on it? 00:38:00 - what was the first art job paycheck you ever got what was it for and how did you feel at the time? 00:42:30 - general art chat 01:31:00 - What makes a good character? 01:58:20 - who are your favorite artists and designers? (that have inspired you the most) 02:08:30 - what are you working on right now that you can tell us? What project is it? 02:12:30 - what area beside that you're working on your interest to explore and learn? 02:21:00 - Final words #LauraGallagher #Laura_Gallagher #outgang #conceptart #ramtindeghat #kouryer #kouryerpodcast #kouryerkulture #digitalillustration #podcast #digitalart #artpodcast #instagood #photooftheday #art #instagram #instadaily #fyp #instalike #artistsofinstagram #رامتین_دقت #پادکست #پادکست_فارسی #کوریر #پادکست_کوریر .................... Font used in the podcast's graphics by : https://www.instagram.com/jeremynelson42/?hl=en The V1 release of Yeager displayed above is Free for Personal + Commercial Use. Sole ownership and rights to the typeface belong to Jeremy Nelson + Jeremy Nelson Design. Distribution of the typeface is permissible upon request. For further questions and inquiries please contact me directly: jeremynelsondesign.com https://www.jeremynelsondesign.com/case-studies/yeager .................... Intro/outro music by: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCnEzikYfvG1Knk8pzZJMBlQ https://twitter.com/Consteras?s=20
Today, I am blessed to be joined by one of my former students, Laura Gallagher. Laura is a graduate of the 200 hour Ashaya Yoga Training, (which she took at my former studio, Buddha Rider) and began teaching in 2016. Laura also recently obtained her Certification in Life Coaching and Life Purpose Coaching.Laura loves sharing her experiences with those who come to her classes and is blessed to learn something from each new person she encounters. Laura believes that we can all live a little healthier, breathe a little easier, and be a little happier on this beautiful journey we call life.In today's conversation, we talk about pivoting towards your dream life, how to take that terrifying first step and why it's important to live like your dreams have already happened. Tune into today's episode to learn more! Visit Laura's Website here: https://placeinthemiddle.ca/Follow Laura on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/placeinthemiddle/Listen to Laura's Meditations here: https://insighttimer.com/placeinthemiddle Join the Becoming Facebook community here: https://www.facebook.com/groups/607360433322821Check out my FREE Empowerment Bundle: https://www.shirleewilliams.com/
Check out Ahmed Aldoori's course on digital painting! https://medsmap.mykajabi.com/a/214748... Wanna learn concept art? Check out this link! https://www.conceptstart.net/106.php Join the community Discord https://discord.gg/59ENDfD Check out my friends and their schools below! ArtWod Drawing & Illustration ------------ https://artwod.com OutGang 3D Character Art ------------------ https://outgang.studio Connect with Laura Below https://www.artstation.com/lipstick https://outgang.studio Outgang Discord server: https://discord.gg/ypyYEzx Outgang on social media: https://www.facebook.com/outgang.studio https://twitter.com/outgang3d WE NOW HAVE A TIP JAR WITH KO-FI BUY US A COFFEE! ko-fi.com/digitalartcast Check out IFCC a great online festival⯈ https://ifcc-croatia.com/ If you guys wanna support the podcast remember to shoot me a like or a comment and check us out on iTunes and Soundcloud also or if you are listening remember we have a YouTube video here also! #LauraGallagher #Outgang #DigitalArtcast --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/digitalartcast/message
#55 Bumper Team GB edition - with James Rudkin & Laura Gallagher
Anything but Footy
So much to get into the podcast this week - with Michael and John back in their home studios - this bumper edition covers all the British Olympic and Paralympic news you need to know this week!The delay to the Games by a year has been a blessing for some athletes, while for others it might have ended their sporting journey. We'll discuss.We've the Rowing 'register' of 45 athletes inc. the return of a double Olympic champion, and the delight and excitement of first time GB gymnasts confirmed in the team. We're joined by Men's eight rower James Rudkin and trampolinist Laura Gallagher who'll both be making their debuts in Tokyo.We also discuss those not there.Find out about the magnificent 'eleven' British boxers and gr-eight Para Canoeist confirmed for Tokyo 2020. There's Triathlon, Athletics, Para Athletics, Canoeing, Hockey, and a rainy night in Stoke too - well hopefully not! Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
Finally becoming an Olympian and living with Coeliac - Laura Gallagher, Team GB Trampoline Gymnast
Laura Gallagher is a GB Trampoline Gymnast, an 8 times World and European medal winner and now a member of Team GB.Laura gave a great interview in Episode 40 talking about giving up the sport five years ago, a crisis of confidence and never giving up. She promised to come back to tell us if she made the team. And I'm delighted to see we can celebrate!Laura talks about what it means to her. The conversation's she's had with her mum over the last few days. And what's happening between now and July. She also talks about the effects of Coeliac's Disease and the adaptations she's made.Congratulations Laura! And thanks to everyone for listening.
Laura Gallagher, founder & president of the Madison-based PR & branding firm The Creative Company, is committed to seeing women succeed in the business world, and in this episode, the SBA's 2019 Women in Business Champion of the Year offers universally applicable insights from her own story that inspire, enlighten, and seek to help others in their journeys forward. ----more---- Brought to you by the Wealth Management team at State Bank of Cross Plains. For more information, please visit sbcp.bank.
Self-doubt, esteem and never giving up - Laura Gallagher GB Trampoline Gymnast
Trampoline gymnastics is one of the sports that I love to watch. We don't get to see it much until the Olympics comes round. And it's one of those sports that we all become 'experts' for a few days.Laura Gallagher is one of Britain's best. But she has had a long battle with injury and self-doubt.Laura talks about how she no longer lets Trampoline Gymnastics define her. She's always struggled with confidence and self-esteem and describes how difficult that is in the world of elite sport.She has been super successful but has had lows too that have crept into her non-sport life. But she has learnt the value of herself and believes strongly that personal values are so important for all of us. She admits to losing her perspective of life and a very time when she couldn't pick herself up off the floor. But an interview for a job working with young people changed her mindset. She believes its about accepting where you are, letting go of the past and knowing you can change the future. She's now in a good place. And has had the best few years of her career.
Every Baby is Made with Love - Interview with ‘Robomummy’ Laura Gallagher
Motherhood Exposed Podcast
Today Zoe speaks to Laura Gallagher, a mother and author also known as Robo Mummy. They discuss Laura’s fertility struggles, how to normalise differing journeys to parenthood and Laura’s incredible children’s book ‘Robobabies’. Laura wanted to write a book for children to tell them all about the different ways families are made. Although written for children, it is a book for everyone as we all need educating in this subject so we can break down societal taboos. KEY TAKEAWAYS Laura met her husband Joe over a decade ago. They met in a nightclub and since first meeting they spoke every single day – they knew very early on they were going to be together for a long time. They got married in 2015, bought a flat and spent a couple of years enjoying life. After a period of not actively trying not to have a baby nothing happened and Laura had a feeling something ‘wasn’t right’. After they had some tests privately, they realised that it was Laura’s eggs that weren’t of good quality and had the ‘age’ of someone much older. So, time was especially important for them. When Laura found this out she was shocked and felt lonely and low. She didn’t have anyone to share this with. Laura underwent her first round of IVF, she did anything and everything she possibly could to try and make it work the first time. Many people told her not to get her hopes up but incredibly they were successful. Becoming pregnant on the first round gave Laura anxiety throughout the pregnancy. She felt she had lucked out and the people surrounding her had told her so many stories that she felt scared. This carried on when her baby was born, she almost had a backlog of anxiety from the journey of becoming and being pregnant that many others fortunately don’t have to experience and it never went away. Induction is often thought of as quick. It’s important for health professionals to educate parents that its actually very normal for induction to be as long as 4 or 5 days. It’s just your body preparing, it takes time. Many mothers feel like their body has failed them but that’s not the case at all. Laura’s birth experience was very traumatic for her and not what she wanted. It wasn’t anyone’s fault but it was very disappointing. She had preeclampsia and had to be induced but after a long induction period she had to have a C-section and then baby had to go to NICU. She found the entire birth experience difficult to come to terms with, but having a birth reflection session helped. After having her child Laura wanted to educate children especially, in how not everyone can just get married, have children and have a happy ever after. She wanted to help them in ways she wasn’t helped. If she had known about the different ways families are formed it wouldn’t have been as much of a shock to her to deal with infertility as an adult. So, she wrote the children’s book Robobabies. Robobabies is all about robots on a planet and how some robots need a bit of extra help to get a robobaby. Some need science, some need a kind person to help carry a robobaby or some need a family to help them to feel safe. It’s a gentle starter conversation to talk about fertility treatments, surrogacy and adoption to young children. People haven’t been able to have children since the start of time but we don’t talk about it as a society, this is why it is so often a shock to people who then struggle with infertility. BEST MOMENTS “The illustrations are gorgeous” “I was so upset, my sister was pregnant, everyone around me was pregnant. I didn’t know anyone who had gone through fertility stuff, I was shocked and embarrassed.” “I can’t get over people who just sleep together and then the next month they have a baby" “I just couldn’t believe he was here” “I wanted to show how special children are, and how special families are in whatever capacity” “When is a good time to talk about a problem that affects 1 in 7 people…that might be your son, that might be your daughter and wouldn’t it be nice for them to know that isn’t abnormal” “I was almost embarrassed to tell people because that wasn’t how it was supposed to go” “Smile, love and be kind” VALUABLE RESOURCES www.petalscharity.org www.tommys.org www.arc-uk.org www.sands.org.uk ABOUT THE GUEST Laura Gallagher Instagram: @robomummy Buy the Book About the Book ABOUT THE HOST Zoe Cresswell Devoted mother of two (and a big hairy dog), UK trained midwife, doula and personal trainer, specialising in pre and postnatal fitness. Zoe was born in the UK and before moving to Dubai in 2013 and worked as a midwife in central London, both in a birth centre and a very busy NHS hospital. Although late to the scene, Zoe is an aspiring athlete having won numerous triathlons and representing Great Britain where she placed within the top 10 on the world stage. With her husband James, the couple will soon be launching their cloth nappy company, Bop & Bee, where they hope to inspire families to swap a few disposable nappies a day for the more planet friendly option of cloth. Zoe’s goal is to share her knowledge and experience, tell real life stories, manage expectations and open up those often difficult conversations. Zoe’s own motherhood journey has been full of twists and turns as she put everything on hold and went through numerous miscarriages and rounds of IVF. CONTACT DETAILS Instagram : @zoecresswell_me Facebook: Zoe Cresswell LinkedIn: www.linkedin.com/in/zoe-cresswellSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
All-Around Access Podcast - Episode 2 - Kelly Simm and Laura Gallagher
British, Commonwealth and World artistic medallist Kelly Simm, and eight-time major championship trampoline medallist Laura Gallagher, join hosts Dom Mensah and Liv in episode 2 of the All Around Access Podcast. They talk about their best achievements, life in lockdown and the Olympic Games.If youâ€™ve got any questions for Liv or Dom, or any of our guests, email them in to firstname.lastname@example.org
S2 Ep16: #25 Robo Babies Children's Book author Laura Gallagher
In today’s episode I’m chatting with Laura Gallagher, fertility patient and author of new children’s book Robo Babies, which is available for preorder right now and comes out on the 25th August. Laura has a little miracle from IVF but – and this is sensitive especially if you are pregnant right now - is currently going through her second ectopic pregnancy following 2 natural pregnancies in the last 9 months. I wanted to share this now as I know this may be too hard for some of you to hear. In order to make it easy for you to switch off for that part we have talked about the book first and afterwards Laura talks about her fertility journey and I have highlighted when we are going to talk about her current losses so you can stop listening if you’d prefer. During the episode we also talk about a new campaign called No Words by Katie @withoutottlie on instagram. Katie’s aim with the campaign is to help end the isolation people feel when they experience loss a baby. You can get involved by heading over to her profile and showing her some love, you can also post on instagram using the no words hashtag and you can even buy a tee - £5 from each one purchased is being donated to charity! In other news my finally pregnant Yoga Sessions course is coming due to popular demand! Launching on September 16th at 7pm the 4 hourly classes will happen at the same time each week. If you are on the current course you’ll know we have a new theme each week and the upcoming course will be focusing on 4 brand new themes so you can will be taken on a brand new journey whether you have been part of the first course or not. Find out more here. As always Hang Out members get a discount on my events, courses and also my meditations. Have you downloaded my meditation? You can do so here. Lastly make sure you head over to @tryingyears to take part in my giveaway with @wellbeing.sisters is you are listening to this episode when it goes live! During our chat Laura and I mention two other books The Blanket Bears which covers the topic of adoption and The Kangaroo’s Pouch which talks about surrogacy. Remember, you can preorder Laura’s book Robo Babies now from Owlet Press, Amazon and Waterstones. If you have enjoyed this episode or any of the Finally Pregnant podcast please do subscribe, rate and review. By doing so it means more people will hear about it and it can help them too! Much love, Cat x