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Episode 15: Artist, Victor Spinelli

For Ep15 Thinking of Art, I spoke with multifaceted Ibiza-based artist, Victor Spinelli! During his career so far, he has traveled to over 85 countries, shot some of the most recognized celebrities in the world, and created spectacular artistic programs for artists.

Today, we talked about his recent #DiverUp project (which embodies the power and strength of women), his plans for 2021’s Burning Man, and heard incredible stories of Olympians he shot over the years.  Victor also discussed his plans for the SPiN Art Residency in Ibiza and how the current world situation has impacted his feelings toward the earth.

During most of his adult life, Spinelli has split his time between New York, the Mediterranean and California. The photography skills and artistry he developed along his travels evolved into several multimedia platforms:  film, commercials, music videos, documentaries and print campaigns. | Purchase works on

Episode 11: Photographer Jade Doskow

For Ep11, I welcome architectural and landscape photographer Jade Doskow to Thinking of Art. After receiving her MFA from The School of Visual of Art in 2008, she has been documenting the sites of past World’s Fairs around the world. ‘Lost Utopias’, a decade-long photography project, captures the remaining architecture, art, and landscaping of international world’s fairs.

In 2016, her book ‘Lost Utopias’ was listed by American Photo as one of the top photo books of the year. Doskow was one of the 50 women artists featured in the 2018 October book publication 50 Contemporary Women Artists: Groundbreaking Art from 1960 to present.

She is on facility at SUNY and The International Center of Photography. Doskow’s photography has been featured and sold worldwide. Tune in to hear some incredible stories about her journey to document some of the most signifiant structures of architecture in the last 100 years! For sales inquires, contact Kipton.

Episode 8: Celebrity Jeweler Azature

For Ep8 of Thinking of Art, Celebrity Jeweler Azature joined me to talk about how to choose JOY every day, the importance of legacy investing in jewelry, and his advice for artists and entrepreneurs. With a family history in the diamond business, Azature has built his client base through relationships with individuals who connect to his artistic passion. Azature also showed us some of his favorite artists: Andy Warhol, Helmut Newton, and Keith Haring and a large diamond from his personal collection. He also spoke about his first internships and working with celebrities Rihanna, Scarlett Johansson, and Toni Braxton.

Episode 3: Artist & Muralist, David Paul Kay

Ep3 features David Paul Kay. Originally from Eastern Europe (former Soviet Republic of Georgia) David migrated to the United States in 2008.  As a self-taught artist, Kay has always experimented with various different techniques; though his career evolved soon after moving to New York City early 2009 and developing his signature black & white style.

Using vibrant lines, shapes and intricate compositions David transforms blank surfaces into complex yet simple to read narratives. Kay’s obsession with detail, versatility of scale and perspective lead to the creation of hundreds of his drawings, paintings, murals and sculptures. 

Throughout the past decade David’s work has been exhibited and included in private collections all over the United States, Europe and the Middle East, including artist residencies in Los Angeles, London and South of Spain, solo and group exhibitions in New York, Los Angeles, London, Paris and Dubai.

David has created numerous large scale interior and exterior murals in major cities of the US, Europe and Africa, including the recent “Mona Lisa V” in Wynwood Art District for Art Basel Miami 2019. David’s work has been featured in Forbes, Architectural Digest, Vogue Italia, Wallpaper, Haute Living, Gotham Magazine, AM New York, Journal du Design, VAMP Malta and more.