The People Behind the Podcasts
More likely than not we prefer to be behind the mic, but if you want to get to know who the voices you listen to really belong to, here are the awesome individuals that are part of Growler Media
A multi-creative at heart, Molly’s podcasting is informed by a professional background in screenwriting, video production, and graphic design. A fan of Sci-Fi, Cyberpunk, and learning languages, she can be found designing retrowave t-shirt art and studying Sanskrit. She is passionate about macaroni and cheese, Miatas, her hubby, and her Maine Coon cat, The Holy Meow.
Tierney Steele Callaghan
New Englander Tierney Steele is a 3rd generation librarian and 1st generation pop culture junkie. When she isn’t analyzing movies and tv shows she keeps busy running half marathons and writing novels that may or may not ever get published.
Tierney is a co-host on The NeverEnding Minute
Eric loves podcasting because it combines two of his passions – his former career as a news radio reporter and being a huge sci-fi fan. Some of his earliest memories are seeing Flash Gordon in a theater as a five-year old, and watching Escape From New York on HBO at probably too young of an age. He likes to hang out with his wife and two sons; brag about his alma mater, the University of Wisconsin-Madison; quote Seinfeld; and sing along to the Beatles.
Bobby is a serial entrepreneur, founder of Growler Media, podcasting host, and producer. Known to most as a “fixer”, you are just a likely to find him rebuilding a blown head gasket or remodeling a bathroom as you are to find him building a website or editing podcasts. He and his wife Carri have 3 children and live in the Land of Enchantment.
Carri has a Bachelors of Science degree in Family Studies from BYU. She has a passion for relationships that is rivaled only by Cookie Monster’s love for cookies (which she also loves). She spends most of her time taking care of her and Bobby’s 3 children, but you’ll often find her reading books and blogs, giving relationship advise, or trying her hand at a new confection.
Janay is a professional voiceover artist in the Dallas/Fort Worth area. She has done voiceover work for Cinemark, Source Voting, Sundance Square, and Benchmark Mortgage. She has her AA from Collin College, and earned her BA in Theatre Arts from Southern Virginia University. Janay is passionate about many things, but especially all things related to performing. Beauty and the Beastly Minute has been one of her favorite projects.
To listen to Janay’s demo or request a quote visit janayhiatt.com
Janay is a co-host on Beauty and the Beastly Minute
In 2012, John was forced to medically retire from the workforce. Today, he spends his time home schooling his children and enjoying as many movies, tv shows, and cartoons as time will allow. His favorite color is purple; his favorite Muppet is Dr. Bunsen Honeydew, and his all-time favorite tv show is Rick & Morty. John is a co-host on Popcorn and Pickles
Lety is a globe-trotter in her own right. Upon finishing her high school studies, she took off for an experience in the United States Air Force. During her service, Lety, an accomplished pianist and vocalist, traveled our planet performing for troops and dignitaries alike as a member of the touring group Tops In Blue. After 4 years, she transitioned to civilian life.
Today, Lety enjoys her work as an air traffic controller at the world‘s busiest airport. She is the biological mother of three and overall mother to six. Lety & John have been married since 2011.
Lety is a 3x Ironman, loves the color blue, and enjoys spending time doing research for and editing Popcorn & Pickles.
Lety is the Producer and co-host of Popcorn and Pickles
Thomas is the producer and co-host of The NeverEnding Minute
Brad Mendenhall is the Host/Co-Founder of The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast, a Pop Culture Show dedicated to Positive & Inclusive Conversation of Everything Geeky.
Brad’s first foray into the world of Minute By Minute Podcasting was Co-Hosting The Minute of Darkness, a discussion of Sam Raimi’s Cult Classic ‘Army of Darkness.’ Now he’s back with his new friend Eric to talk about the Amazing Music, Astounding Visuals and Awesome Fun of 1980’s ‘Flash Gordon’ and Escape From New York Minute.