Ari Karpel is a frequent contributor to Fast Company and Co.Create and an instructor at UCLA Extension. His writing about culture, creativity and celebrity has also appeared in The New York Times, Entertainment Weekly, Men's Health, The Advocate and Tablet.
- How To Translate A Brand Into A Smell
- How To Be Prolific: Guidelines For Getting It Done From Joss Whedon
- Get Depressed Or Move Forward: "Gasland Part II" And The Creative Energy That Comes from Attacking An Obstacle
- Noah Baumbach On Conversational Collaboration And Small Ideas That Don't Stay Small
- Matthew Weiner On Failure And Defiance In "Mad Men" And Moviemaking
- Robert Rodriguez On Creative Action: "You Don't Have To Know Anything; You Just Have To Start"
- How to Write and Produce a Summer Movie Blockbuster
- Expanding a Legacy Brand's Reach: How Ford Is Repositioning The New Mustang
- Wifey.TV Aims to Shake Up Television for Women
- Toss Some Rocks In Ron Burgundy’s Drink (We Don’t Think We Mean That Sexually)
- Nick Offerman On Communing With The People And L.A.'s Offbeat Cinema Gem
- How "Hunger Games" Producer Nina Jacobson Shepherds Great Stories To The Screen
- "Hunger Games" Director Francis Lawrence On Capturing Katniss And Catching Fire With IMAX
- Director Alexander Payne On How To Get A Great Performance
- How to Be a Rogue Creative Agent in a Multinational Conglomerate