E0032 – Jessica Nigri – Kind of a Crappy Story

In Episode 32 of A Story Not Forgotten, Liam is joined by spokesmodel, voice actor, and cosplay superstar Jessica Nigri as she shares a story about how she and her family used to amuse themselves back in the day. (And why you should never share eyeliner with her…)

View the Video Version of this Episode on our YouTube Channel

Check out Jessica’s work here:

https://www.instagram.com/jessicanigri/

https://www.youtube.com/user/jessicanigri

https://www.patreon.com/JessicaNigri

https://twitter.com/OJessicaNigri

https://www.facebook.com/OfficialJessicaNigri/

Photo by Darshelle Stevens

E0031 – Karen Sim – Time To Get Unsafe

Nothing worthwhile comes without a fight. In episode 31, artist and musician Karen Sim details the struggles that kept her from creating, and the leap of faith she made in order to try to regain her spark…

Karen’s artwork and music can be found:

https://www.facebook.com/UrbanGoatArt/

https://www.instagram.com/ksimurbangoat/

https://www.reverbnation.com/ksimurbangoat

http://www.karensim.net/

E0030 The Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo Special

For the 30th episode of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast, Liam visits a place that is near and dear to his heart, the Calgary Comic and Entertainment Expo! He speaks with multiple guests to get their favorite convention stories and to share just what makes these events so special…

This is a VIDEO episode! If you want to put faces to the voices, see some of the amazing artwork, and laugh as Liam awkwardly tries to figure out what to do with his arms while the guests talk, head over to YouTube and check it out!
https://youtu.be/WggK-tl23jg

Guests:

Crystal Berry from Dark Age Creations
https://www.darkagecreations.com/
https://www.facebook.com/darkagecreat…
https://twitter.com/wesellswords
https://www.instagram.com/darkagecreations/

Geek Chic Creations
https://www.geekchiccreations.com/

Mel Wartenberg from Attic Raiders
https://www.etsy.com/shop/atticraiders
https://www.facebook.com/AtticRaiders/

James Dalton (from way back in Episode 6!) and Sean Traynor from the 501st Legion Badlands Garrison
https://www.badlands.ca/splash/
https://www.facebook.com/501stLegionBadlandsGarrison/

Calum Lykan (from Episode 12) and Warren Cummins (from Episode 28) from MovieBikes
http://www.rockymountainsidecar.com/
https://www.facebook.com/rmsamoviebikes/

Kyle Burles from Kyohazard Illustration
http://kyohazard.com/
https://www.facebook.com/KyohazardStudios/

Shonna White – Artist
https://www.facebook.com/ShonnaTheWhite/
https://shonnawhite.deviantart.com/
http://lostinfernal.com/

Blake Rothwell – Long time volunteer

Jason Momoa Shares His Legacy

What does “Legacy” mean to you?  How about to your family?  This video is a brilliantly put together piece about actor, producer, director, and father Jason Momoa.  He reminds us that if you stay focused on your goals you can achieve great things.  Most importantly, he reminds us to take the time to pay attention to the little details that make us who we are.  Enjoy nature and those small moments that end up being the things we remember most from our lives.

E0020 – Keziah Arsenault – Playing With Fire

Photo by Liam Rathgeber

On this episode of the A Story Not Forgotten Podcast,  Liam meets with fire performer and businessperson Keziah Arsenault.  She shares her story of the first time she tried spinning fire poi, working her way up to exotic fire performances, and navigating the business and bureaucracy surrounding fire performances to become one of the nation’s leading figures in fire arts.

For more information please visit the following links:
Keziah Arsenault on Facebook
Firestorm Performance Troop on Facebook
Canadian Circus Performers Association on Facebook

Von Wong Finds His Purpose

Sometimes a person’s life story is about their search for their purpose in life.  Benjamin Von Wong is an incredibly talented photographer who spent his life trying to figure out what he was meant to do with his life.  He came up with a formula that lead him to a purpose of bringing people’s attention to environmental and humanitarian causes through his incredible photography.

What is YOUR legacy?