In this episode, I share my submission to the British Podcasting Awards which contains five clips from shows from throughout the year.
Naomi Games, on the work of her father Abram Games, famous war time poster artist and design activist.
Imran Amed MBE, on how a loyal following can be turned it into a thriving subscription based business.
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 and decentralisation related.
In this episode I talk with Mark Hahnel about Figshare, an online digital depository for scientific research, by scratching his own itch.
Celebrity photographer Tom Oldham talks in depth about how to take great shots in the most challenging of circumstances.
Simon Gosling is a Futurist with Unruly, making predictions about future marketing trends based on the most current technology and emotional intelligence.
In this episode I talk with portrait photographer, Andy Donohoe about his travels in photography and his approach to using natural light to take beautiful photographs.
In this episode producer, Adam Hallows, turns the tables and asks me questions regarding the lessons of 2017. We talk the best of business, creativity and technological innovation.
I’m joined by Lisette Nice, founding partner and Managing Director of Factory, the company 20 years old this year, and Lou Allen, who is Head of Production and the executive producer.
Tim Jones & James Cross are Creative Directors at BBC Creative, the multi award winning in house creative studio. We talk about to Creative Directors of the UK's most historic TV channel.
Jo Wallace is a creative director at JWT. In this episode we have an in depth discussion about how we should approach diversifying the creative industry.
I talk with Doc Brown about his journey from young underground rapper to doing stand up at live at The Apollo, as well as appearing in the Inbetweeners and working with Ricky Gervais.
Kirk Truman is the founder and editor of Fitzrovia 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.
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.
Its Nice That Founder, Will Hudson, joins us to talk about the highly popular creative inspiration and showcase site he created.
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.
Dom McKenzie is a editorial illustrator who's worked for the likes of The Guardian, The New York Times, The Washington Post, WIRED, The Observer, The Sunday Times, Boston Globe and TED among others.
Jacob Hawley started stand up at the tender age of 21 and has gone on to be a finalist in the BBC New Comedy Awards of 2017.
Edmund Fraser is a self reliant experimental photographer who has worked for the likes of Nowness, Adidas, iD, Dazed, Vice and Google among others.
Andrew Dirpose, PPA designer of the year and Wired UK Creative Director. In this episode I talk about Andrew's journey into the industry, and what he believes of the future of editorial and print.
Melanie Mercier, CEO of Loop and prior CEO of Nattr. We talk about what should be in a start up pitch deck as well as discussing all the insights Mell gained from her prior company.
Charlotte Austin is behavioural psychologist and executive coach who has dedicated her life to understanding people and providing actionable insights to help people in life.
Edward Turner is a marketing specialist at Lingvist language learning app. In this episode we broach the topic of how to become famous among others.
Alan Kitching is the world’s foremost practitioner of letterpress typographic design and is renowned for his expressive use of wood and metal letterforms.
Anthony Sheret and Edd Harrington are the wonderfully articulate founders of Colophon type foundry, a small but prolific typographic design studio based in London.
Russell was named in Campaign’s Top 10 Creative leaders for 2015. During his career he’s won more creative awards than you can shake a memory stick at.
Rosie Arnold is the head of art at AMV-BBDO. Rosie was D&AD's 50'th president and introduced the converted white pencil award.
Beri Cheetham is the ECD at The Gate London. Beri has years of experience leading creative teams to create award winning work for an eclectic mix of clients.
Tim Lindsay is the CEO of D&AD and Chairman at The Gate Worldwide. Tim has worked in the ad industry for 36 years and has a wealth of wisdom and insight on the future of advertising.