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The Korean Farmer Podcast Ep 5: Marshall Lee - Film Director & Editor

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This week, Chef Steven's "favorite Canadian friend," film director and editor Marshall Lee is on the podcast. Marshall and Steven are old friends, but most recently they worked together to make the short film "The Korean Farmer", which received recognition from several film festivals. 

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Marshall got his start at Sony Pictures in Los Angeles. Starting off as a special projects editor he honed his craft and learned the entire post-production process. After working on a slew of successful indie films and documentaries, his passion and talent caught the eye of Studio executives and Marshall was quickly awarded his first feature film, “The Rainbow Tribe,” starring David James Elliot and Grayson Russell. The film enjoyed a brief theatrical release and is now one of the highest rated and downloaded Family movies on Netflix.

In 2012, Marshall started JAMD Productions, a full service production company. Marshall and the team at JAMD have produced, shot and edited for some of the top companies in the world like Oakley, RIOT Games, Cinesamples, and worked on projects at Evolve IMG for ESPN (ESPN e:60s), NAT GEO and TLC.

Recorded April 6, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

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The Korean Farmer Podcast Ep 4: Jordan Critz - Composer, Producer & Songwriter

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Chef Steven sits down with his friend and client Jordan Critz, an award-winning composer, producer, songwriter and all-around fascinating human. Jordan's work has been featured on numerous recordings for film and television including Disney, National Geographic, Apple, Google, Microsoft, Facebook, CBS, PBS, ABC, NBC, CW, ESPN, Lifetime, TEDx and more.  

But first, Steven’s family and Jordan’s family share a meal on the farm - a salad of epic proportions with turmeric hummus and lots of spring veggies.

We can pretty much guarantee you'll learn something new in this episode as they dive into topics like space/time realms, quantum physics, non-traditional spirituality, and metaphysics. Even if you’re a traditionalist, you can still get something out of this!

Recorded March 30, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

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The Korean Farmer Podcast Ep 3: Matty Mullins of Memphis May Fire

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Chef Steven's friend Matty Mullins, frontman of the band Memphis May Fire and owner of On Point Pomade, visits the barn loft to record an episode in The Kindred Farm studio. But first, they share a meal of homemade chimichangas.

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Steven and Matty’s conversation covers it all - music, food, travel, family, faith, and business.  

Recorded March 16, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio. Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

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The Korean Farmer Podcast Ep 2: Derek Bareman of Church of the City Spring Hill

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Derek Bareman, Chef Steven's pastor at Church of the City Spring Hill, visits the barn loft to record an episode.

Steven and Derek explore the many paths of faith and family, but they don't forget to talk food, too. 

Recorded February 16, 2019 at The Kindred Farm studio.

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Produced by Amy Parman. Music by Mitch Lee.

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