Plan C: From Trial Lawyer To Sound Engineer.

At the height of the recession, Studio 360 interviewed scores of people transitioning from one career to another.

How The Audio of Wall-E launched a new career.When Mark Solomon lost his job as a trial lawyer, he decided to create a new career for himself as a sound engineer and designer.  Listen below as he describes his journey to self-reliance, starting with his “Aha!” moment about the sound of the movie WALL-E.

Recent Posts


What the brain draws from: Art and neuroscience

Interesting post by Elizabeth Landau at CNN about the intersection of art and science. _____ "Pablo Picasso once said, "We all know that Art is not truth. Art is a lie that … [Read More...]

William Bridge's Classic Book on Managing Transition

Reading Now

Transitions:  Making Sense of Life's Changes.   I read William Bridges book years ago when I was in a period of professional reinvention after leaving the corporate world.  In … [Read More...]

The Season For Ocean Meditation

Watch this NASA film showing surface currents circulating in a high-resolution, 3D model of the Earth's oceans. Driven by wind and other forces, currents on the ocean surface … [Read More...]