Zeke Anders is a Korean adoptee who grew up in Detroit. He’s an independent film maker, photographer, and podcaster. In 2014, Anders created a 5-part vlog series, "American Seoul" about his childhood as an adoptee that gained national attention by NBC News, Asian-American News Journal and NPR to name a few.
The Detroit Institute of Arts invited Zeke to lecture on the phenomenon of vlogging. He created, "Vlogzilla: The Art of the Vlog", the groundbreaking, first of its kind, talk+curation that gives a revealing look at this global trend of social media. His latest ongoing project is called “The KAD” Diaries,” (TheKADDiaries.com) that explores Korean adoptees’ cultural identities, which has been covered by NBC News, the Huffington Post, and internationally on SBS News. You can find him on Facebook at facebook.com/nonmembersfilms, on Twitter @zekeanders, and online at www.zekeanders.com. You can also listen to HIS podcast, The Non-Members on iTunes and Podbean at http://apple.co/1X67Tjh and nonmembers.podbean.com.
Songs from A Collective Effort are available at SoundCloud (Http://soundcloud.com/acollectiveeffortmusic/sets/a-collective-effort-mix-bag) and other music of the podcast comes courtesy of Needle Drop Records by The Bell.
Follow me on Twitter @TheRamblerADHD, email me at TheRamblerADHD@gmail.com, and like/share me on Facebook at Facebook.com/TheRamblerADHD. If you like the podcast, please be so kind as to leave a nice review on iTunes. Thanks for listening!