Iris Prize Podcast: James Lucas (Paint the Dragons’ Eyes)
Iris Prize Podcast
'Paint the Dragons’ Eyes' Storyline: Arthur and Otto are late for a very important wedding in the English countryside. Setting off on Otto’s chopper ‘Excalibur’, they encounter a number of obstacles that will test their determination and will. James Lucas is a black British/ New Zealand Oscar-winning screenwriter. After graduating from film school at London Metropolitan, being a Writer/Researcher at Talkback Television and an Assistant Editor at Tank Magazine, James began working at Ridley Scott’s RSA Films. His role expanded quickly, becoming an in-house creative strategist – conceptualizing and developing branded entertainment for the likes of Paul Smith, Triumph and Johnny Walker. He has also executive produced projects for the likes of Jaeger and O2. Simultaneously, he composed original music for commercials and film; undertaking projects for clients such as NOW TV, Wallpaper Magazine, Orange, BBC and Sega, as well as finding the time to perform as a cast member in the 2012 London Olympics opening ceremony. In 2013 he wrote and produced a short film called ‘The Phone Call’, with director Mat Kirkby and starring Sally Hawkins and Jim Broadbent. The film went on to win 16 international film festival awards, including Best Narrative Short at Tribeca Film Festival. In February 2015, James Lucas won the Oscar for Best Live-Action Short Film for the film.
36. Tea Break Episode: James Lucas, MS, RDN, CSSD: Building Up That Immune System
James Lucas is a registered dietitian of all trades within the realm of nutrition and an exercise physiologist. Not only does he work for a nutraceutical company, but he has a private practice with a specialty in sports nutrition. Therefore, he is a performance enhancing nutritionist. In addition, he provides great workouts and delicious tasting recipes for his followers on Instagram and YouTube with a hip hop theme.Connect with James:www.hiphopnutrition.comIG: jlucas_nutrition--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jeje-noval/message
The Illustrious Gentlemen with Scott Godlewski & Ryan Cody
This week the guys are joined by Oni Press Publisher and President, and Arizona native, James Lucas Jones. They chat about early 90's Phoenix area comic shops, James' decision to jump into the comics game and his rise up the ranks at Oni. They also chat about how the Covid-19 pandemic has affected publishers and stores. During the TIg Talk segment, the guys recommend DEVS, What we Do in the Shadows season 2 and the Netflix documentary, Sunderland Til' I Die, and Ryan even makes a cocktail! // Become a Patreon supporter and get early video versions of each episode // Visit www.tigshow.com/merch to pick up one of our new shirts, coasters or stickers! // Our intro is by Gary Fitzgerald with music by Grey Watson. You can follow the show on twitter, Untappd and instagram at @tig_show. // #comics #podcasts #beer #freelance #coronavirus #covid19 #comicpublishing #publishing #onipress--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/tigshow/message
Alysa from Best Forevers is back because she finally got a dog! Join us this week as she talks about having a dog for the first time in many years and the differences she found with having cats for so long. And speaking of Rooney and Ferguson, how did her felines take to a new canine brother? Plus! You wont want to miss Finnegan's unbelievable rescue story, the meaning behind his name and the fun adventures hes brought to everyones lives! Join the Pups n PopCulture Facebook Group Follow Ronney, Ferguson and Finnegan Follow Alysa Best Forevers Podcast Website | Twitter | Instagram Fatal-i-Teas Podcast Website | Twitter | Instagram
On episode #29 we have Texture Artist James Lucas, who has worked on films such John Wick and Aquaman, and now works for Quxiel. We spoke about the differences between film and game art, the stigma that surrounds photoscans and the differences between substance designer and Quixel mixer!..James’s Artstation ⯈ https://www.artstation.com/jameslucas.Listen on Spotify ⯈ https://open.spotify.com/show/7spDMpMZJ9dr3Ziu8bRwCAListen on SoundCloud ⯈ https://soundcloud.com/gamedevdiscussionListen on iTunes ⯈ https://podcasts.apple.com/gb/podcast/game-dev-discussion/id1459400002Listen on YouTube ⯈ https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKfTBvcsO9Kw0b5EVuf4CJQ..Follow my Artstation⯈ https://www.artstation.com/alexbeddows/blogFollow my twitter ⯈ https://twitter.com/BeddowsDesign
Episode 1: Nina Williams and James Lucas — Charting New Territories
The Thundercling Podcast
The top of Ariana after their first trip up the Diamond. "We didn’t send. Nina went back and fired it a week or so later. I did Turning Point the night after we talked," according to James.Episode one, touch down.On Thunderpod's inaugural episode, we speak with Nina Williams and James Lucas, Fidi and I in a living room in Denver, Nina and James sharing a couch in Boulder. It's pretty romantic. Nina and James charted entirely different trajectories through the climbing world. James lived out of a broke down Saturn wagon for about 200 years, cutting his teeth and putting up new routes in Yosemite. Nina came up through the comp scene but soon broke out on her own, ticking off some of the scariest, hardest highball boulder problems in the nation.But, as you'll hear, transition is the name of the game for this duo. James blew up the Saturn with a detonator and sixteen sticks of dynamite and slid behind the desk at Climbing Magazine. He has a toilet. He has a closet. He no longer must pee into a Gatorade bottle. And he's one of the most interesting and engaging climbing writers scribbling for coin. He's also allowed his rack to take a back seat to a crashpad, recently spending a ton of time honing his skills as a boulderer.Nina, hunting for something meaningful and sustaining, headed back to school. She also pumped the brakes on those sweat-inducing, leg-snapping, possibly career ending highballs in favor of allowing her intuition to guide her through the climbing universe. She's picking up a trad rack more often, becoming more intimate with the national climbing community, and basically blossoming into one of the most impressive and thoughtful ambassadors that our sport has.We talk about all that good stuff and more, including James's soloing fall (and it's aftermath) in Joshua Tree, a wee bit of politics, how James and Nina met, how the hell Nina manages her fear on highballs like Ambrosia out in Bishop, micro-penises, and a tiny toe dip into "Free Solo."As mentioned during the pod, here are some interviews with Nina and James from other podcasts. You should listen to them, too.Nina on Training Beta here and Basecamp here and The Enormocast here.James on The Enormocast here, here, and here.Finally, thank you to Ryne Doughty for the rad music! Check him out...or become a musical pariah...here!Notes: Originally recorded in early October, 2018. James, to my knowledge, has never fiddled around with dynamite.
Off Panel #136: Past, Present and Future with James Lucas Jones
Off Panel: A Comics Interview Podcast
The newly minted publisher of Oni Press, James Lucas Jones, joins the podcast to discuss 20 years of the publisher. Jones discusses his path to becoming publisher, Oni's evolution, the development of the comic industry, how competition has changed their approach, recent position changes at Oni, the power of libraries, why Oni moved from Diamond to Simon & Schuster for book distribution, deciding between publishing in single issues or graphic novels, before he talks about some of Oni's biggest books over the years and the 2017-18 NBA season.