Episodes have all been released
stay tuned for another podcast series in the future!
- Mar 22, 2019 Episode 11 // Stephanie Strickland // Senior Manager at NIO USA + Interior Designer Mar 22, 2019
- Mar 15, 2019 Episode 10 // Richard McFarland // Architect + Aspiring Firefighter Mar 15, 2019
- Mar 8, 2019 Episode 9 // Seth Brunner // Architect + Musician Mar 8, 2019
- Mar 1, 2019 Episode 8 // Sam Tannehill // US Air Force Air Battle Manager Mar 1, 2019
- Feb 22, 2019 Episode 7 // Erin Peavey // Healthcare Advocate + Architect Feb 22, 2019
- Feb 15, 2019 Episode 6 // Sallie Dean // Full-time Momma + Part-time Illustrator Feb 15, 2019
- Feb 8, 2019 Episode 5 // Carlos Arnoldo Gámez // Architect at StArchitect firm Feb 8, 2019
- Feb 1, 2019 Episode 4 // Robert Turek // Maker of the Everyday Object Feb 1, 2019
- Jan 25, 2019 Episode 3 // Candace Wong // Sole Practitioner + Registered Architect Jan 25, 2019
- Jan 18, 2019 Episode 2 // Chris Nagelhout // Woodworking + Organic Farming Jan 18, 2019
- Jan 11, 2019 Episode 1 // Rodney Hill // Introduction to Environmental Design Jan 11, 2019
:: a podcast ::
Alright Friends! 10 colleagues 10 years is a podcast series where I interview 10 of my colleagues from architecture school, 10 years after graduating. We all went to Texas A&M University received a degree from the College of Architecture, but ended up in drastically different places. This podcast is a celebration of what a non-traditional architecture degree offers for the skills it teaches. It’s 10 individual stories of navigating a career path. I hope you get inspiration from these stories and thanks for listening!
The show is currently available for download on this website and through Apple Podcasts here and Stitcher here. Our hope is that podcast viewers will like what they hear and other platforms will be available to us in the future to share with a broader audience. With that in mind, please keep listening, liking and sending positive feedback!
Schedule: (1) episode issued per week until all 11 episodes have been released. Episode issued for download on Friday at 9AM PST.
Cast & Crew
Interviews written and conducted by Heather Pogue
Interviewees (in no particular order):
Chris Nagelhout, woodworking and organic farming
Stephanie Strickland, senior engineering manager at NIO USA
Seth Brunner, architect at COOKFOX Architects and musician
Erin Peavey, healthcare advocate and architect
Richard McFarland, architect and aspiring firefighter
Carlos Gamez, architect at Foster + Partners
Sallie Dean, full-time momma and part-time illustrator
Sam Tannehill, US Air Force Air Battle Manager
Rodney Hill, professor at Texas A&M University
Bob Turek, maker of the everyday object
Candace Wong, architect and sole practitioner
Music by Seth Brunner
Audio editing and Cover Art by Heather Pogue
About the Creator
Heather Pogue runs her small practice Jeunesse Architects in order to create and design in multiple platforms and mediums. She is a registered architect in the state of Washington, a published author and a former college radio DJ.
This podcast was envisioned originally as a book where interview questions were written down in a visioning session in 2015. As with many ideas, once it gets written in ink it either disappears into the atmosphere or won’t stop popping up in the subconscious. This idea was clearly formed and clearly stuck, requiring a medium of expression to be put to rest.
The intention for Heather was an effort to stay connected to the people she considers family, her former architecture school colleagues, while balancing architecture with other artforms. Rather than the project becoming a book, the project took form in a collection of audio interviews, edited into podcast form.
What people are saying…
“ I do not know Heather personally, but…please tell her fellow Aggies are listening and she is doing a fantastic job with the podcast! “ - John Sullinger
“ What a wonderful subject! Makes me think about my interior design classmates- and all the different places we ended up! ”
- Andrea Clark
“ I cannot wait to listen to these during my commute! “ - San Francisco designer