The Kraig Adams Podcast
Summary: Hello! I'm a nomad minimalist making a full-time income on YouTube as a video creator. This podcast is for anyone who wants to follow in my footsteps. My hope is that you are inspired to take the same steps that I did but with the knowledge that I wish I knew. Learn how to plan, shoot, edit and deliver video content that creates actual caring subscribers, not just views and numbers. On this podcast you can expect sit down interviews with fellow creatives and occasional personal update episodes. I really enjoy tearing through my notes and recent tweets to give insight into where my head is and what I have going on. Thank you for caring about what I create and the journey I'm on. I guarantee that you'll find something of value.
Matt made the jump from a large agency to start his own. Hear his thoughts on being a creative in Brooklyn and Staten Island.
Solo update episode getting you up to speed about the past month and my current thoughts.
I was interviewed by Mike Zuniga for this podcast and had such a good conversation about filmmaking, learning and minimalism that I had to ask for the audio for this podcast. Enjoy!
Sit down interview with Michael Hollender, Sony Alpha Collective photographer and marketer at B&H Photo
Chatting and riding bird scooters with my old filmmaking intern and Patriots fan Adam.
A solo update episode. Recent uploads, video plans, upcoming trips and the tragic story of Fullscreen.
Solo podcasts are a deep dive into my current thoughts and plans. Today I talk about leaving NYC, focusing on travel filmmaking and redefining myself as a nomad minimalist.
Sitting down to chat about the creation of Vox Borders Hong Kong and what it takes to be a travel youtube filmmaker.
Solo podcast that lets me dish out my current thoughts, plans and so much more. No sponsored ads thanks to generous listeners supporting the show via https://www.patreon.com/kraigadams where you can watch the video version of this episode.
Today's podcast chat is with the creator of No Fun Press, Reilly Hodgson. We review Canada's Cheese Nips. Family friendly ASMR.
Scott and I try to chat on the phone at least every other week to discuss Wedding Film School. I handed the YouTube channel over to him this Summer.
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Ask me anything
Here are my thoughts on starting a YouTube Channel after 3 years of doing it full-time. I give this advice in my workshops, one-on-ones and want you to have it for free here now.
The story of how I got my internship, messed it up and moved on with my life.