Episode 17 – Mark Steele

February 25, 2015 | 0 Comments

Mark Steele is a producer/director, editor, colorist, DP, and has played just about every other role during a lifetime spent in TV. He and Joel became friends when they both worked at Multivision, a “corporate video” production company that rode the wave of the Boston tech boom of the 1980s. Mark also spent two decades...

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Episode 16 – David Atwood

January 11, 2015 | 0 Comments

David Atwood got hired at WGBH-TV in 1965, for 80 bucks a week. He worked his way up from hanging lights in the studio to directing thousands of hours of groundbreaking TV over a four decade career. He’s worked with everyone from Julia Childs to Alistair Cooke to Nam June Paik. One of his secret...

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Episode 15 – Bruce Irving

December 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Bruce Irving spent his entire TV career at the juggernaut PBS show “This Old House” eventually taking the reins as Exec Producer. But at a certain point, it stopped being fun, Bruce stopped being happy, and he knew he had to make a change....

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Episode 14 – Ed Doyle

July 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Ed Doyle has spent his entire life in the restaurant biz, he’s seen it all and he’s loved every minute of it. Now he helps others make their restaurant dreams come true, or wake up from their restaurant nightmare....

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Episode 13 – Tucker Lewis

July 16, 2014 | 0 Comments

Tucker is the other co-founder and co-owner of the Diesel Cafe, bloc 11, and the soon-to-open Forge Baking Company. When the Diesel opened in 1999, she thought it might go a year or two if they were lucky....

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Episode 12 – Jen Park

July 14, 2014 | 0 Comments

Jen Park is co-founder and co-owner of the Diesel Cafe in Davis Square, bloc 11 in Union Square, and the soon-to-open Forge Baking Company on Somerville Ave. She met her partner Tucker Lewis while they were both working scooping ice-cream at Herrell’s in Harvard Square....

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Episode 11 – Chef Nookie

July 5, 2014 | 0 Comments

Nookie is the owner and executive chef at Commonwealth restaurant in East Cambridge. He’s been the executive chef at Fenway Park, was the first sous chef at Oleanna, did stints at Casablanca, Chez Henri and Icarus, and learned his craft at the Cambridge Culinary Institute. He went into cooking because he couldn’t stand the thought...

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Episode 10 – Luke Gasbarro

February 25, 2014 | 0 Comments

Luke Gasbarro is Powderhouse’s VP of Production. We’ve been trying to schedule this interview for two months. We finally had to come into the office on a Sunday morning and had a great chat. We talked about what it was like growing up in tight knit Italian Medford, Luke’s time at RISD, his move into...

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Episode 9 – John Tomlin

February 7, 2014 | 0 Comments

John Tomlin is a veteran non-fiction TV showrunner. Here at Powderhouse over the last six years he’s run our “cute” unit – including the smash hit Animal Planet series Dogs 101, Must Love Cats, and America’s Cutests Pets. Prior to Powderhouse John developed and ran the game-changing series Inside Edition and A Current Affair. And...

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Episode 8 – Molly Fowler Part 2

January 23, 2014 | 0 Comments

Molly discusses her experience producing “Coming Back with Wes Moore” our series about returning veterans airing on PBS, May 2014...

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