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Welcome to Overshare, hosted by Working Not Working co-founder Justin Gignac. In a world of carefully curated portfolio sites and Instagram feeds, Justin sits down with his favorite creatives to get past the highlights and discuss the tough stuff we don't talk about in public often enough.

Welcome to Overshare, hosted by Working Not Working co-founder Justin Gignac. In a world of carefully curated portfolio sites and Instagram feeds, Justin sits down with his favorite creatives to get past the highlights and discuss the tough stuff we don't talk about in public often enough.
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Welcome to Overshare, hosted by Working Not Working co-founder Justin Gignac. In a world of carefully curated portfolio sites and Instagram feeds, Justin sits down with his favorite creatives to get past the highlights and discuss the tough stuff we don't talk about in public often enough.




Robyn Kanner is Gonna Be Ok

Justin Gignac chats in the studio with writer, designer, and co-founder of MyTransHealth, Robyn Kanner. She's written for places like The Atlantic, MEL, and them, and worked as a product designer at Amazon and Etsy. In this episode, you will learn that it’s ok to be messy. Not in the organization sense, but messy in the decisions and mistakes you make. None of us are unique or special in our struggles. Once you embrace who you are and feel comfortable with your voice it will transform your...


Chobani's Kwame Taylor-Hayford on the Untapped Potential of Living a Safe Life

In this episode, host Justin Gignac sits down in the studio with Kwame Taylor-Hayford, who is the Managing Director of Brand Development at Chobani, as well as co-founder of social activism organization Saturday Morning and co-owner of August Market, a lifestyle store in Western NY state he and his wife started. Kwame has held many roles in advertising over the years. From his early days of being an account executive at TBWA Media Arts Lab working on the Mac vs. PC campaign to being an...


SNL Editor Adam Epstein on Optimistic Nihilism and the Power of Great Teams

Editor Adam Epstein has had a hand in some of your favorite Saturday Night Live films. In the past 9 years, he has edited over 100 SNL digital shorts including Levi’s Woke, Star Wars Undercover Boss, The Day Beyonce Turned Black, and Farewell Mr. Bunting. Host Justin Gignac sat down with Adam in the studio to gain more insight into the chaos and insane team effort it takes to pull off the films they do in only 2 or 3 days. He also discusses his love of sports and great teams and the close...


Illustrator Laura Callaghan on Inclusivity and Being a Creative Late Bloomer

This is a recording from our live event in London at The Trampery with Irish illustrator Laura Callaghan. She opens up about her humble beginnings of doing illustration on nights and weekends while working in the accounts department at a biscuit factory and her first failed attempt at being a full-time freelancer. Laura taps into the recent fad of brands co-opting feminism for capitalism and how so much work about women by women is one-dimensionally pegged as "Badass boss bitches boss...


Jacquelyn De Jesu on Reinventing the Shower Cap

Justin sits down with Jacquelyn De Jesu, founder, and CEO of Shhhowercap. Jacquelyn shares her journey from being an art director in advertising to the moment she was compelled to make a modern shower cap. Her bootstrapped journey has lead to features in Forbes, Fast Company and Vogue and her shower caps are now carried in stores from Neiman Marcus and Sephora to the MoMA Design Store.


Yancey Strickler on Life After Kickstarter and Why Artists Should be Our Business Heroes

Yancey Strickler, co-founder and former CEO of Kickstarter, joins Justin on stage for a candid chat about life after Kickstarter. He reveals his rule of believing in everything, the ego benefits of seeing an astrologist, the importance of putting more love into the world, and why he grew a mustache inspired by the Beatles to help him write his ambitious book about challenging the dominance of financial maximization as the driving force of society. Yancey shares many insights from his last...


Season 2 Trailer

Season 2 of Overshare is launching June 18th with two new episodes. This season, Justin Gignac (co-founder of Working Not Working) dives deeper into the struggles of the creative professionals with many more honest conversations and much more oversharing. Subscribe to get the new episodes with Kickstarter co-founder Yancey Strickler and Shhhowercap founder Jacquelyn De Jesu when they launch June 18th. Please rate and review us to help others discover Overshare. Also, follow Overshare on...


Episode 9 - Gemma O'Brien

Working Not Working co-founder, Justin Gignac, sits down with Australian artist and designer Gemma O'Brien. Her lettering, illustration, and typography has been seen around the world on walls and branding for clients like Apple, adidas, Adobe, and The New York Times. This is a live recording from Justin and Gemma's conversation in a basement bar in New York City. Gemma opens up quitting law school, getting internet famous in Germany when she was only a student, and knowing and defending...


Episode 8 - Kate Moross

London-based illustrator, art director, director, and designer Kate Moross is the latest in the Overshare hot seat. Working Not Working co-founder Justin Gignac interviewed Kate on a rainy, London night in front of a live audience. Opening up about how she doesn't view herself as a creative person, the struggles of owning and running a non-capitalistic design studio, how to hire the right people ("It's better to have a hole in your team than an asshole") and how she is watching absolutely...


Episode 7 - Sara Shelton

Working Not Working Member and Freelance Copywriter, Sara Shelton, has created something special that many of us could benefit from. A t-shirt. It's a black t-shirt with white text that says "WE GET DEPRESSED". It's a very simple idea inspired by a very tragic event in Sara's life. She's hoping to remove the stigma and shame from depression. And if enough people wear this shirt, maybe depression becomes just another thing a lot of us have. This special episode of Overshare is hosted by our...


Episode 6 - Shantell Martin + Ivan Cash

Working Not Working co-founder Justin Gignac welcomes artists Shantell Martin and Ivan Cash in the latest episode of Overshare. If you're looking for a fresh perspective on your work and life this conversation will inspire you. Both Shantell and Ivan create work that focuses on human connection. Helping us put down our devices and our personas and live in the present. The resulting conversation is especially lively and insightful, as it shifts from creative foundations to the complex ideas...


Episode 5 - David Droga

For our 5th episode, Working Not Working co-founder Justin Gignac sits down with David Droga, Creative Chairman and Founder of advertising agency Droga5. Droga5 has been named Agency of the Year ten times in its ten years in existence thanks to influential work for clients like Google, Under Armour, Newcastle, UNICEF Tap Project, Prudential, and Jay-Z. David opens up about sibling rivalry, the importance of setting almost unattainable goals, and how he balances outrageous ego versus...


Episode 4 - Jessica Hische + Jennifer Daniel

This fourth episode was recorded live in San Francisco in September 2016 with professional oversharers Jennifer Daniel and Jessica Hische. Working Not Working co-founder Justin Gignac attempted to uncover more about the two notorious designers than you can find combing through their 34,000 tweets. They dive into the psychology behind their need to share on social media, how it has impacted their careers and how having children has changed everything.


BONUS - Ask An Expert Episode 1 - "Get Rich or Die Cryin"

WNW Members Cooper Smith and Marques Gartrell interviewed FreshBooks for the premiere of "Ask An Expert", where we ask smart people who know the things we don't about the things we should. This episode called "Get Rich or Die Cryin" dives into the sometimes anxiety-filled world of getting paid. Apparently, accountants don't really care if your invoice is impeccably designed. Who knew?


Episode 3 - Kate Bingaman-Burt, Adam R. Garcia, and Rich Tu

This recording was from our live event during Design Week Portland in April 2016. Renowned illustrators and designers Kate Bingaman-Burt, Adam R. Garcia and Rich Tu chatted with WNW co-founder Justin Gignac about Portland clichés, embracing and rebounding from career failures, and the downsides of ambition. Plus, an adorable story about Kate's grandmother's favorite dirty word.


Episode 2 - Jon Contino

Renowned designer, Jon Contino, is not known for holding back and he doesn't disappoint in his conversation with WNW co-founder Justin Gignac. This definitely not PG discussion covers Jon's opinions on imitation vs. stealing, losing your edge, creative insecurity and always having something to prove.


Episode 1 - Leta Sobierajski + Wade Jeffree

WNW co-founder Justin Gignac interviews creative couple Leta Sobierajski and Wade Jeffree in a New York City dive bar. The recently married Brooklyn-based designers opened up about everything from getting paid to getting rejected, and even the Squatty Potty.