This was a whirlwind of an episode as Travis and Weston convey what’s changed from their childhood (and just a couple years ago) to now, how those things used to be so prevalent in their lives and why they aren’t now.
If you didn’t know that Travis was a food critic, well now you do. Weston talks to Travis about his experience with reviewing food for over a year, his favorite meals along the way, and what started it all. Follow Travis on Instagram @TravisDooleats to keep up with his critiques as well as to give him suggestions on restaurants to try! Also, don’t forget to follow the podcast @DishItOutPodcast on Instagram to keep up to date with new episodes and to hit Travis and Weston with suggestions for future topics!
Merch and sponsors, is Dish It Out going ever going to have either of those? Well, maybe, probably not, it would be great though! Listen in as Travis and Weston chat about sponsors we would want, why they would fit our vibe, and merch that could be coming soon!
Beer. Oh sweet beer. Many kinds and many flavors, but all so delicious. Travis and Weston sat down to talk about their favorite beers, a few breweries, and some competition coming to Lawrence.
Media has been prevalent for the majority of Travis and Weston’s lives, so they wanted to talk about how media has changed over time, what content they consume, and how it’s changed each of their lives.
Routines are a part of everyone's lives, whether they're very strict and set, or relaxed and not really a routine at all. Whether you have one or not, part of your day is always the same, so Travis and Weston thought they would share theirs.
Travis, Shaylyn, Weston, and Sarah sat down to talk about relationships! Not only their relationships as couples, but as friends. Their takes on past and present relationships, what they learned, and their advice to you.
Travis and Weston sat down and talked about the non-traditional and recreational sports we enjoy doing to stay, or try, to be fit!
Travis and Weston sat down with Shaylyn, an art education major at the University of Kansas and Travis' girlfriend, to talk about our travels from this summer! We understand this is a long episode, but don't let that deter you from listening to the entirety of this episode. We had a blast talking about our individual trips and how they all seemed to intertwine in some way! If you aren't interested in listening to the entire episode, here are the timestamps in which we each began talking about our trip.
Travis and Weston have their second guest, Jerod Dyke, on to talk about his recent deviated septum surgery and how it has affected his sense of smell and taste!
Travis and Weston talk about tattoos, including their own, and gave some advice on body art!
Trav and Weston talk about who you should make happy, why you shouldn't constantly worry about making other people happy, and online arguments. Weston is also heading out of the country so be on the look out for ep 5 in a couple weeks!
Dish It Out is honored to have its first guest, and Travis' sister, Alayna on the podcast! We talk about thrift shopping, how thrift shopping is different to everyone, and how our styles have changed over the years.
Travis and Weston talk about how they utilize their R&R, what they do in their free time away from work, and give their advice on how the work week should change.
Welcome to Dish It Out with Travis and Weston! This is our first episode of Dish It Out that is the revamp of what used to be, We The Creatives. On this inaugural episode, Travis and I talk about the long journey of college, the people we met along the way, and now, how it feels to be graduated!
Travis and I sat down to talk about our future creative opportunity we'll be working on together, how his graphic design has improved, and how his improvement put us in this creative opportunity.
Ross and I talk about the copying of styles and how it isn't a bad thing, his own podcast 'Scraps Podcast', how approaching projects differs with the client, and Ross' different expressions outside of filmmaking and photography. Don't forget to Rate and Subscribe so others can find 'We The Creatives'!
I do something new and do an episode on my own. I talk about my absence from We The Creatives for the past month, what I've been up to, and why I started We The Creatives in the first place. Don't hate on my first solo podcast too much!
The first of hopefully many more podcasts that were off the beaten path in terms of not talking to what most people refer to as a 'traditional creative'. Luciano and I talk about video games, Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality (VR and AR), where it started and where its headed in the future.
Grace and I talk about how she got started in graphic design and how it's evolved to what it is today, the accessibility of creative technology to this generation, and our involvement with the always dreaded middle school yearbook.