Episode 26 – Chris Bowerbank (Host of Across the Pond)

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Chris Bowerbank is the modern day Jack of All Trades — he has experience hosting a podcasts about English premier league football, conducting various visual and audio creative projects, and participating in mentoring programs in DC.  Prepare for a glimpse into the life of this affable and genuine guy who shares stories about his memorable childhood in Michigan and his current exciting life in DC (that includes a healthy helping of ramen noodles).

Chris Bowerbank

Host of Across the Pond


Get ready for a personal look into the life and mind of Chris Bowerbank.  Chris shares details about hosting his podcast, Across the Pond, which is about the English premier league football.  He talks about his participation in the mentorship program through Capital Partners for Education.  And we also get personal about Chris’s childhood days, current pet peeves, and guilty pleasures.

Check out Chris’s work at chrisbowerbank.com and follow both his Twitter page @chrisbowerbank and Instagram account @chrisbowerbank.  Listen to Across the Pond (www.acrossthepond.co) and follow them on Twitter as well @ATPRadio

Chris hopes that author Dave Eggers and writer/designer Frank Chimero will listen to this podcast.  This episode is dedicated to Nancy Bowerbank, Chris’s mom.

Episode 25 – Mike Trapp on Life as a Comedian

Mike Trapp

Mike Trapp is a comedian best known for his work and writing on CollegeHumor.com.  Listen as Mike shares his journey to becoming a comedian and opens up about navigating the risks associated with his profession.  Get ready for some laughs as Mike talks about living a college fraternity and the crazy costumes he gets to wear for his job.

Mike Trapp

Comedian


Mike Trapp is a writer for CollegeHumor.com and the UCB sketch group Stone Cold Fox. He has been at the UCB Theater since 2008, studying improv and sketch. In addition to his work on Maude Night, he wrote and directed “Death Wears Stilettos: A Noir Comedy.” His sketches have also appeared in “Neil Casey’s Sentimental Irish Christmas,” and “Tremendous Machine.” Before moving to Los Angeles, Mike attended Dartmouth College, where he performed improv and sketch comedy with the group Casual Thursday, and wrote for the campus humor magazine, The Jack-O-Lantern.

Check out Mike’s work on CollegeHumor.com and his hilarious Twitter page @MikeWTrapp.

This special episode is dedicated to Conan O’Brien.