This week, Time on Screen is back with an interesting and too often forgotten Christopher Nolan movie. Insomnia was Nolan’s first big budget Hollywood production coming off the surprise hit of Memento, and while it’s a pretty standard thriller on the surface, there are glimpses of what’s to come for Nolan if you look for them.
1 hr 15 min
We’re back this week with our monthly Q&A podcast episode. Kat Shoulders, Zach Weiss, and Zach Kazan are all on the mic fielding questions from our Instagram followers and Worn & Wound+ Slack community.
Welcome to episode 74 of A Week in Watches! Another solid week of releases, this one is dominated by one brand that just can’t stop, and the most noble of metals – titanium.
This week on the podcast, Zach Kazan talks to Laurence Bodenmann, Head of Heritage at Zenith.
The Worn & Wound Podcast Ep 334: Talking “Selling Points” and Affordably Priced Watches with Nathan Schultz
This week on the podcast, Zach welcomes Worn & Wound contributor Nathan Schultz. Nathan has been writing for Worn & Wound for nearly a year, and is the creator of the “Selling Points” series, where he brings his unique perspective on finding value (and sometimes not finding value) to the Worn & Wound community.
In this new episode of Time on Screen, Zach welcomes Worn & Wound cofounder and CEO Blake Malin to the podcast for the very first time.
1 hr 7 min
A Week In Watches Ep 73: New Releases from Longines, Omega, and Zenith, plus the Seiko Power Design Project
New releases are coming fast and furious in the first month of 2024, and we’ve got updates on some big ones in this week’s edition of A Week in Watches.
This week on the podcast, Zach Kazan, Kat Shoulders, and Ricardo Sime jump on the mic to talk about some of their recent watch acquisitions, and what those pickups might mean (or not mean) for their collections in 2024
On today’s episode of Changing Gears, Kat is joined by her good friends Lydia Winters and Vu Bui. Lydia and Vu are U.S. natives now living in Sweden, and along with being watch collectors, they are also both amazing photographers. We chat about their recent Tool/kit they did for Worn & Wound camping in the Swedish forest. We of course get into photography and discuss Lydia’s decision to change camera systems and why. We had a blast with both of them and be sure to check out their new daily podcast, This Watch Life!
1 hr 10 min
Today on the Worn & Wound podcast, we’re once again joined by Dana Li, founder of Tell the Time, a watch platform focused on providing a female driven perspective on the watch world.