Anime-Zing Podcast is podcast wherein Christina Tucker and Tristan Miller explore the amazing world of anime!
Link to iTunes Feed.
Christina Tucker, https://www.christinamarietucker.com/
Christina Tucker was born and raised in the suburbs of Southeastern Michigan. She majored in Art History and minored in Classics at New York University, graduating with the Class of 2017. She is currently based in New York City, and serves as Editorial Intern for Film Comment.
Once set on becoming an illustrator, then a journalist, then a screenwriter, then a film critic, at this point she’s trying to do it all. Her dream lifestyle is one in which she is able to pursue as much of her creativity as she can, particularly in the realms of film production, screenwriting, and criticism. An appreciation for various forms of art and the creative process connects many of her interests.
She recently wrapped her first short film, The Ghost and the Writer, for which she served as writer, director, and executive producer. The film is currently in post-production.
She’s a big fan of diner food, apple cider, and nice quiet trips to the Metropolitan Museum of Art.
Tristan Miller, http://www.tristanjmiller.com
Born in the sleepy town of Hendricks, MN, and raised in the sleepier small towns of South Dakota, Tristan began his work of storytelling at home from an early age. Encouraged by his parents, he and his sisters joined theatre troupes, studied art, wrote poems, and generally lived an idyllic life of young people interested in the arts. In 2013, Tristan graduated from NYCDA in New York City. Two years later, he received a diagnosis of Bipolar II Disorder. It was then that he began his podcast “Positive and Negative,” went into therapy and began performing stand-up comedy.
Tristan has had one desire all his life, that of telling stories. Whether it be fictional stories through acting, his story through stand-up comedy and poetry, or letting others tell their story on his podcasts, Tristan believes that stories are the key to understanding humanity. It is through stories that we can achieve the joyful sanctity of empathy.