Bobbi Starr Interview 1, 2, 3… 4, 5, 6

Mike hooked me up and Bobbi showed up, and we had a conversation about San Jose (where she’s from), her almost-better-equipped-than-a-boyfriend-car (a Mini Cooper), the musical extension of her body (the oboe), and licking a toilet seat. Awesome!

Bobbi is funny and smart and self-possessed and cute, cute, cute! She reminds me of Ali McGraw – natural, carefree and quite beautiful. She brought a friend who, upon introduction, produced a red velvet cupcake that I saved until after the interview. It was delicious. Thank you, _____! 😀

The whole experience was charming and I hope they departed feeling the same way.I attached the mic, but it wasn’t set up properly, so adjust the audio accordingly. I apologize, but all-in-all, it wasn’t bad for a very first interview. The audio is there, even if it’s just not great. I am calling it On The Couch with Lydia Lee, because I don’t want my performer name highlighted in interviews. It’s about the model I’m talking to, not me. Also, I don’t perform so it just makes sense to separate those identities. It felt right, which is the best reason I have for many of the things I do.

I need some practice doing this, since I do set everything up, conduct the interview and edit it, but I think it is quite good. Let me know what you think, please.There are six parts to this, and while I didn’t want to take up Mike’s entire blog page with the embedded videos, there seems no other way than linking to YouTube, and it’s easier to click a button and start playing. Soooo, here goes!

Bobbi Starr Interview







11 Replies to “Bobbi Starr Interview 1, 2, 3… 4, 5, 6”

  1. juliemeadows

    Thank you! Good feedback… Yay! Next is Tanner Mayes, but that will still take a few weeks to edit, and I have a full story to write, as well. That one will be… um… good but slightly intense. Good, though. Thank you Den, thank you ladies for the feedback. I appreciate it. 🙂

    And to Mike, when you get back, I can’t wait to get your take on it but I won’t have access to my computer until Sunday. While some cleaning people don’t do windows, my house-sitter won’t do ‘comment spot checks’ or forward important messages and e-mails. 😮

  2. MikeSouth

    H3ey Julie, I like this idea and that was great for a first effort, I think you are on to something. Refine it as you see fit and Im perfectly ok with you using the real estate to post every video. it makes it easier to start at the begining and all. If you need me to I can tell ya how or even do it for ya if its ok.

    Im even going to double the posts that appear on the front page anyway (by request)

  3. Hunter

    Julie, Love the laid-back, conversational style. I also like the subtle, natural lighting. Don’t fret the sound. When I first decided to make an endeavor into videography, a wise guy (yes, Mike) told me, “Dude, I can’t even teach you basic lighting in a day”. He was right. I STILL haven’t learned basic lighting. Although, I found recently that sound can be just as much of a bitch. Keep working on it and playing with it. You did great and I look forward to seeing more.

  4. backspace

    I enjoyed the interview very much. Don’t know why Bobbi Starr slipped through my radar but I completely appreciate her now. Please please do more. I’ll be looking out for them.

  5. juliemeadows

    Thanks everyone! I’m glad you like it. I did get one bit of bad feedback, but it wasn’t constructive. “…next time ask more interesting questions…”, but with no indication what “more interesting questions” might be, so I can’t even process that one. I will have to think about it, though. If anyone has questions they like, let me know.

    Mike, for some reason none of the browsers I enter the editorial part of the site from likes anything embedded. I went in just to edit one quick thing, and it got rid of the videos. Sorry!! Damnit!

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