Episodes

Episodes

  • Fransje Voncken Guest Bio

    Meet Fransje Voncken—a passionate advocate for people, nature, indigenous cultures, and the vibrant rhythms of African and Brazilian music and dance.

  • A spotlight on Fransje Voncken

    Fransje Voncken, affectionately known as Fran, traces her roots to Haarlem, Netherlands, where her upbringing, shaped by generations of educators, instilled in her a profound appreciation for human diversity, the natural world, and varied cultures.

  • Huaira Guest Bio

    Huaira, a Mestiza woman from Quito, Ecuador, is a mother, singer, musician, and multi-disciplinary artist with a deep calling for ancient knowledge and ceremonies from native cultures, seeing music as her healing force.

  • A spotlight on Huaira

    Discover the captivating journey of Huaria, a globetrotting musician and creative spirit, whose life’s symphony weaves a tapestry of travel, motherhood, and the boundless beauty of her art.

  • Daniel N Johnson Guest Bio

    Using movement as a vehicle to both explore feeling and play with perceptions, Daniel N. Johnson creates images, both moving and still, to encapsulate beauty and celebrate humanity.

  • A spotlight on Daniel N Johnson

    Join us on an illuminating journey with Moncaya—a multifaceted artist weaving music, purpose, and transformation, as she shares her path of healing through music and art.

  • Moncaya Guest Bio

    Meet Moncaya—an engineer, entrepreneur, illustrator, and musician whose global pursuits have shaped a remarkable narrative of creativity, resilience, and transformative artistry.

  • A spotlight on Moncaya

    Join us on an illuminating journey with Moncaya—a multifaceted artist weaving music, purpose, and transformation, as she shares her path of healing through music and art.

  • Santiago Pani Guest Bio

    Explore the captivating artistic journey of Mexican artist Santiago Pani, as his evocative works weave together memory, identity, and the unspoken stories that shape our lives.

  • A spotlight on Santiago Pani

    Embark on a soulful exploration of artistic identity and creative growth as Sergio Isauro engages in a heartfelt conversation with close friend and Mexican artist Santiago Pani in the latest episode of the We Walk The Earth podcast.

  • Kymani Thomas Guest Bio

    Jose Pablo Fernandez explores his 19 years of experience in ecological projects in Costa Rica, offering guidance on sustainable living and immersive experiences in tropical ecosystems.

  • A spotlight on Kymani Thomas

    Kymani Thomas takes us on a transformative musical journey, sharing their passion for music, ancestral connections, and the birth of their powerful musical project.

  • Jose Pablo Fernandez Guest Bio

    Jose Pablo Fernandez explores his 19 years of experience in ecological projects in Costa Rica, offering guidance on sustainable living and immersive experiences in tropical ecosystems.

  • A spotlight on Jose Pablo Fernandez

    Discover the inspiring journey of Jose Pablo Fernandez, a certified permaculture designer and eco village enthusiast, as he shares his deep connection with nature, passion for sustainable living, and the importance of rekindling our spiritual and environmental awareness.

  • Rob Woodcox Guest Bio

    Rob Woodcox produces captivating and thought-provoking work, exploring themes of human connection, overcoming adversity, and raising awareness on key social issues.

  • A spotlight on Rob Woodcox

    Professional photographer and film director Rob Woodcox explores his artistic journey, the intersection of photography and film, and his passion for nature and inclusivity.

  • Daniel Lofredo Rota Guest Bio

    Daniel Lofredo Rota, aka Quixosis, is an Ecuadorian Producer/DJ, writer, and multidisciplinary artist known for his boundary-pushing electronic rhythms, archival restoration projects, podcasting, and upcoming album releases, making him a pioneering force in the music industry.

  • A spotlight on Daniel Lofredo Rota

    Daniel Lofredo Rota explores his grandfather’s music legacy through the Sonido Perdido podcast, reflecting on his personal healing and passion for storytelling.

  • Jaime Westendarp Guest Bio

    Jaime Westendarp transitioned from television to become the Head of Story at the Social Good Club, where she uses her storytelling expertise to catalyze real-life systemic change and assist organizations in fostering social movements.

  • A spotlight on Jaime Westendarp

    Get a glimpse into the transformative journey of creative and storyteller Jaime Westendarp.

  • Kris Berle Guest Bio

    Immerse yourself in the captivating world of Kris Berle, a multi-disciplinary artist and humanitarian researcher who explores the power of art, nature, and meditation in shaping our identities.

  • A spotlight on Kris Berle

    Discover the captivating journey of multidisciplinary artist Kris Berle as she shares her profound relationship with sound.

  • Tamara Hamdan Guest Bio

    Tamara Hamdan was born and raised in California to Palestinian parents who raised their children around the gathering people.

  • A spotlight on Tamara Hamdan

    Tamara Hamdan sits down with Sergio Isauro to explore her journey of self-discovery, cultural identity, and the pursuit of connection in a changing world.

  • Ivan Sawyer García Guest Bio

    Ivan Sawyer García is a cultural entrepreneur, indigenous rights activist, and media producer preserving indigenous knowledge across North and South America.

  • A spotlight on Ivan Sawyer García

    It was a pleasure to welcome cultural entrepreneur, indigenous rights activist, and media producer, Ivan Sawyer García to the We Walk The Earth podcast recently.

  • Angela del Sol Guest Bio

    Angela Del Sol Varela is a Colombian-American environmentalist and creative producer bridging the gap between art, technology, and impact.

  • A spotlight on Angela del Sol

    Angela del Sol is what can only be described as a true visionary. An artist, innovator, environmentalist and early adopter of blockchain, she is on a self-driven mission to build a more regenerative and inclusive world.

  • Alexa Gantous Guest Bio

    Alexa Gantous is a creative strategist who co-founded LitterRally and Suena to create sonic maps of ecosystems and location-specific sound experiences for urban spaces.

  • A spotlight on Alexa Gantous

    Alexa Gantous, a creative strategist focused on ecological innovation, sits down with We Walk The Earth to discuss our need for reconnection with nature.

  • Maxima Simons Guest Bio

    Maxima Simons, a pioneer in Peruvian and Latin American aviation, founded Wumanas to promote opportunities and professional development for women, non-binary and transgender identifying artists and creators around the world.

  • A spotlight on Maxima Simons

    Despite significant progress in recent years towards greater gender equality, the world today remains a patriarchal society in many ways.

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