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.
- Why Nick Hornby is Turning Other People's Books Into Movies Instead of Writing His Own
- How Brie Larson Dives Into Intense Roles And Emerges (Relatively) Unscathed
- Oh, My, It's A Look At How George Takei Revived His Career and Became a Social Media Phenomenon in His 70s
- An Important Lesson In Success And Failure From The Man Behind Mad Men
- The Temptations Of Matthew Weiner: How The Creator Of "Mad Men" Kept His Vision Intact For 7 Seasons
- Noah Baumbach On "While We're Young" And The Wisdom of Experience
- Alejandro González Iñárritu’s Rules for a Successful Collaboration
- Backstage at "Birdman": A Virtual Tour Of A Movie's Oscar Aspirations
- From Decision-Making To Idea Generating: Matthew Weiner On Moving On From An All-Consuming Project
- Lessons In Patience, And Pivoting To Movies, From Mad Men's Matthew Weiner
- Zach Braff On His Giant Kickstarter Experiment, "Wish I Was Here"
- Los Angeles, 1969: Capturing Vintage California On "Mad Men"
- Matthew Weiner On Formula-Free Storytelling And The "Mad Men" Writers' Room
- Matthew Weiner On Advertising, Social Media, And The Eternal Nature of Storytelling
- Errol Morris On The Value Of Just Listening