Voices & Visions: Paul Howard

Paul Howard is a Los Angeles based film-maker and activist. He is the director of the online documentary series “Ann Asks” and its complimentary feature-length film “A Pebble in the Pond.” Paul strives to create content that is impactful, positive, and inspiring, and his films show it. “Ann Asks” starring Ann Benson is a series that believes in people and the good we can do when we take action. The series wants you to be inspired to ask: How can I Create Ripples too?

Avery: I hope you all enjoy this inspiring interview with Paul. I am someone whom was lucky enough to be a part of his documentary film “A Pebble in the Pond” as one of the contributing animators on the project. Creating positive content in this age is important, there is too much negativity, and not enough positivity. People are looking for a new story that isn’t focused on what’s wrong with the world, but what people are doing to make it better. Ann Asks does just this, so do yourself a favor and watch the series for yourself!

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Want to see more? Check out our last interview with Author, Graphic Designer, & Social Media Strategist: Terri Nakamura

3 thoughts on “Voices & Visions: Paul Howard”

  1. Avery, what a welcome, productive and heart warming idea, to create positive content instead or more negativity! Thank you and good luck in your future endeavors!

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    1. Thank you for your kind words Suzi, creating content that is positive is really something important, and with social media and entertainment we should really try and emphasize the good instead of the bad. 🙏 Thank you for checking out the blog and interview.

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