Andy Donohoe is London based portrait photographer who's speciality is the use of natural light. His clients include: Hole and Corner, Telegraph Magazine, The Spaces, Betty Magazine, Another Escape, Oh Comely, Spindle Magazine, Virgin EMI, Urban Walkabout, Tyba, Mr Blacks, Michaelis Boyd Architects among many others.
In this episode producer, Adam Hallows, turns the tables and asks me questions regarding the lessons of 2017 after nearly 50 podcast interviews. We talk the best of business, creativity and technological innovation as well as suggesting some great resources to check out.
I'm joined by Lisette Nice who is the founding partner of Factory. I'm also joined by Lou Allen who is the Managing Director. The company which started 20 years ago has provided music and sounds for some of the most iconic TV ads of the last two decades and we talk all about their rise in the industry and how they've sustained the company and culture over the years.
Tim Jones & James Cross are Creative Directors at BBC Creative, the multi award winning in house creative studio for the BBC. In this episode we talk about the studios hit Christmas commercial, The Supporting Act, as well as their journey from multi award wining creatives to Creative Directors of the UK's most historic and publicly supported TV channel.
Jo Wallace is a creative director at JWT, in this episode we talk through a piece that Jo has recently released for the drum which addresses a number of things the creative industry could be doing to address the lack of diversity in the workplace.
Kirk Truman is the founder and editor of Journal, a beautiful, free, magazine that has built a loyal following for providing insightful journalism about the residents residing in some of Londons bustling regions. In this interview I talk to Kirk about his journey to starting the publication, as well as how he obtained his infectious confidence at such a young age.
Dave Buonaguidi has worked in the advertising industry for over thirty years, in which time he’s cofounded three agencies, St Lukes, Karmarama, and most recently his new venture UN LTD Inc. He’s also worked at several great agencies, been a creative director at Channel Four and continues to this day to be an artist. On top of this, Dave’s also been a powerful voice and has spoken openly about all aspects of the industry from creative excellence, diversity, education and most recently,...
Its Nice That Founder, Will Hudson, joins us to talk about the highly popular creative inspiration and showcase site he created. Born out of a university project, the site went from just 100 views in it’s first month back in 2007 and has since organically grown to a over a million visits per month. This growth has resulted in a number of creative offshoots including the editorial publication, printed pages as well as a creative agency. We welcome will to tell us more about this great...
Henry Stuart is the Co-founder and CEO of Visualise VR, a, cutting edge, multi award winning virtual reality production company that has worked with some of the biggest brands in the world. I've got him on to talk about his predictions for the development of VR and what we are to suspect in this technology space, as well fining out how people can start to enter the VR space.
Jacob Hawley started his stand up comedy career at the tender age of 21 and has gone on to perform hundreds of gigs all across the country. Finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards of 2017, from a field of roughly 700 hopefuls to the final 6, which in the past has been the achievement of many well known British greats such as Peter Kay, Alan Carr and Lee Mack among others. Jacob has also won the King Gong award at The Comedy Store here in London and at just 25, has proven he’s well on his way...
Edmund Fraser is a self reliant experimental photographer who has worked for the likes of Nowness, Adidas, iD, Dazed, Vice and Google among others. His work is constantly challenging the status quo and questioning the perception of perfectionism that is represented in our culture.
My guest today is Andrew Diprose, the UK Creative director of Wired magazine, a globally distributed magazine that has a monthly distribution of roughly 50,000 issues and a readership of over quarter of a million people worldwide. Andrew has just won the designer of the year award at the Professional Publishers Association, or PPA for short so I wanted to talk to Andrew about his journey into the industry as well as his instrumental role in the shaping of Wired.
Melanie Mercier, CEO, of Loop and prior CEO of Nattr. In this episode we talk about what should be in your start up pitch deck as well as discussing all the insights Mell gained from her prior company.
Charlotte Austin is a behavioural psychologist and executive coach, working with organisations and individuals to design and deliver coaching and training to help clients create and work at their best. she is a practitioner for the Association of Business Psychologists. She's accredited by the International Coach Federation and The Coaching Academy. She's also a certiﬁed Cognitive Behavioural Therapist and as such, helps clients to deconstruct thoughts and behaviours and to build more...