Wake Up Call is a live podcast series shot on-location at various events driven by CreativeMornings Cleveland, an organization that hosts monthly breakfast lectures for the creative community. Wake Up Call is a thought-provoking show centered around the themes from each monthly CreativeMornings breakfast lecture, including: anxiety, curiosity, courage, commitment and more. Host, David Allen Moss, conducts engaging interviews with attendees, guest speakers and event-goers in an inviting and relaxed Front Porch style. The podcast series elicits a rare opportunity to capture meaningful conversations from the heart of your creative spark… something we all could wake up to!
On this episode of Wake Up Call we intended to interview CreativeMornings attendees on this month’s theme: Intention.
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David Allen Moss is a creative director, brand strategist and accomplished musician. He’s a passionate designer and avid collaborator who makes brands work. For nearly two decades, Moss has been producing breakthrough digital media that combines engaging content with emerging technology platforms. Most recently, David joined Front Porch Media as Chief Creative Officer, where he is focused on the brand development and creative direction of the company’s fast-growing podcast portfolio. He continues to lead the work of Moss Media, now linked as the inhouse agency for Front Porch. Meanwhile, he continues to make time for original music and performances as bass/vocalist of his high energy indie rock duo, MOSSOM. He is inspired to host a show like Wake Up Call and share in the stories of dynamic professionals across the creative industries.
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