Creative Director & Podcast Host


Ricky Richards Represents is a UK & London based podcast that interviews the leading figures of creativity and innovation. The podcast is a long format interview show hosted by Designer & Creative Director, Ricky Richards.

Episode 23: In this episode I discuss the question...What is advertising? I go through five guiding steps of effective advertising along accompanied with examples.

Episode 22: In this short episode of the podcast, I discuss the effects of creative anxiety and pose a few suggestions for how people may be able to overcome this crippling problem. 

Episode 21: In this episode I attempt to shed light on 10 personal, less conventional, tips that I use to keep my level of happiness consistent. 

Episode 20: In this episode I talk through a strategy I've formulated called the three P's, which I believe, can result in a rich and prosperous life.

Episode 19: The Influence of Inputs: I share my theory regarding the importance of choosing our sources of input, and why it's important for our personal development.

Episode 18: Piet Grobler is a South African Picture Book Illustrator who has published 80 plus children's books. Piet talks about how to get published as a budding Illustrator.

Episode 17: Edward Turner is an online marketer working in the travel industry. We have too many drinks and discuss topics ranging from Space X through to organ donation.

Episode 16: Butch & Hall are an advertising creative team based in London. We discuss their series of satire videos created on the build up to the Trump election.

Episode 15: David Pugh Jones is the Brand Strategy Director at The Smalls and ex Strategy Director at Buzzed & Microsoft. We discuss the digital media landscape and online content. 

Episode 14: After spending years working on projects I should have never undertaken, I discuss my approach to choosing which work to take on based on my long term goals.

Episode 13: Jess & Geneva are two attendees of my advertising workshop. They offer some advice for finding a job and discuss how they applied the principles they learnt on the day.

Episode 12: In this episode I pose the question: How do we come up with ideas? And how might we improve our ability to have ideas of novelty. 

Episode 11: Jeremy Leslie is a writer, designer and founder of the independent magazine store - Magculture. He offers his advice for working in independent publishing.

Episode 10: Harry Fricker is a creative director, designer and traveler influencer. We talk about how he established himself and carved out a lifestyle of work and travel.

Episode 9: Justin Poulter is a South African Illustrator and Lettering Artist Based in London. We talk about his creative approach and how he was able to get representation. 

Episode 8: I play a snippet from an hour long audiobook I created about my journey into solopreneurship and offer suggestions for the best ways to position yourself online.

Episode 7: In this episode I talk about the five levels of asset generation, and how these cam be implemented over time, to help you live a life free from the constraints of employment.

Episode 6: Jack Du Rose is the CEO of Colony, an Ethereum based technology that is looking to exploit the benefits of blockchain technology. We discuss everything blockchain related.

Episode 5: Edmund Fraser is an experimental photographer behind numerous campaigns including Vice & Adidas amount others. We discuss emerging tech & his education at Eton.

Episode 4: Tim Jarvis is a designer and CEO of Fabrik creative platform. We discuss how the platform came to be, his role within the company and his approach for growing the network.

Episode 3: Carson Brown is the design engineer behind the personal transportation company Uniwheel. We discuss turning the brand into a mass market product.

Episode 2: Rhys Chapman is the Director & Activist behind the hugely successful short film, Wonderkid. Which follows a gay football player who is unable to express his sexuality.