Self-Employed Happy Hour Podcast: Eph Sharpe We chat about playing the uke, being a creative parent, and his raccoon pendant

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Photo by Peri Pakroo, at The Octopus and the Fox in downtown Albuquerque.

Host Peri Pakroo is back at the mic with more tales from the self-employed front. In this episode she interviews Collin Troy, a.k.a. Eph Sharpe, known to hip hop fans for his work with 2bers, but who also has a crap-ton of other creative ventures on his plate, including a new solo music project called Factory on Fire. Collin’s also a graphic designer, visual artist, event organizer and all-around maker of creative things.

Collin and Peri talk about how he fell into graphic design and entrepreneurship in order to support his creative work. He also shares what’s up with his new solo project, and how he deals with the always unpredictable juggle involved in being both a parent and a creative person.

Song clip: “Break Me Down” by Eph Sharpe.

Listen below and/or subscribe at iTunes! And enjoy our new rad theme song, “You Do Your Own Thing” by Sam Miller. (Thanks Sam!)

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About Self-Employed Happy Hour

Self-Employed Happy Hour is a podcast hosted by Pyragraph’s Publisher & Editor Peri Pakroo, who is also a small business author and coach. Peri chats with guests about creative self-employment and freelancing, pursuing creative projects and careers, and related topics like road tripping, thrift shopping and procrastinating. Subscribe to the Self-Employed Happy Hour podcast at iTunes.

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