If you are listening to this, then welcome and thanks for joining me on this magical ride! Each episode I will be talking with friends both new and old as I travel the globe. The goal, to meet exciting people, explore what makes them tick, learn more about their interests and the projects they’re involved with. I could not be more happy to kick off the podcast series than with my guest David Feldman as we talk about his various endeavors in and around the ATL.
About The Episode
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Alright, let’s talk about over guest! David Feldman is the founder and creative director of 3 Owl Media, a Creative Digital Agency in Atlanta. He is also the Media Director and Partner at ATL Collective, an Atlanta Music Organization that has been curating a monthly concert series that covers classic albums in their entirety since 2009. David is the co-founder of the NoEvil living room concert series and is on the board of Directors of Social Sessions, a non-profit music series based in Austin, Texas. He holds a dual degree in business and music from Emory University’s Goizueta Business School (where he is a regular guest lecturer).
In this episode, we talk about a few of the above mentioned projects and dive deep into how the very popular ATL Collective was founded. I hope you enjoy.
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