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59 minutes | Dec 6, 2021
Robett Hollis - Multi-Exit Entrepreneur & Snowboard World Champs Silver Medalist (E90)
Learn. Share. Repeat. That’s the mantra behind everything Robett Hollis does. In this episode, we chat to the extremely successful entrepreneur and elite ex-Snowboarder about building New Zealanders up, by giving them the knowledge, power and bravery to better themselves.
49 minutes | Sep 21, 2021
Lucy Blakiston - Founder of Shit You Should Care About (E89)
Run by three women in their early 20s, Shit You Should Care About is an Instagram account that’s mastered the art of repackaging hard news, soft news and culture into humorous and digestible pieces of content. In this special lockdown episode we chat to Lucy Blakiston, the voice behind the account - about lockdown loves, fandom, community and freedom to pick and choose what you care about.
59 minutes | Aug 10, 2021
Kate Stanners - Global CCO & Chairwoman, Saatchi & Saatchi(E88)
This week we continue our D&AD president series with Kate Stanners head of the Press & Outdoor Jury. Kate walks us through her journey to CCO greatness. As well as her belief in the freedom to fail and that most valuable thing you can bring to the table is indeed yourself.
43 minutes | Jul 26, 2021
Charu Aggarwal - Chief Strategy Officer, Havas Group, India & SEA (E87)
Charu Aggarwal is a Chevening Scholar awarded by British Commonwealth, and comes with more than 20 years of digital, creative & media strategy experience on Fortune 500 brands like P&G, GSK, Samsung, FOX Network & Nokia in Global, APAC and MENA remits. In this week's episode of our D&AD Jury President Series, Charu Aggarwal (Head of the Media Jury) talks about the importance of diversity in the judging room. The rise of DEY, and shift in the media landscape towards long term behaviour change.
38 minutes | Jul 11, 2021
Paul Chan - Chief Creative Officer, Cheil Hong Kong (Direct) (E86)
Paul Chan, Chief Creative Officer at CHEIL joins us for the second episode in our D&AD Jury President series. In this episode we deep dive into how hard it really is to win (and award) a Yellow Pencil. As well as the formula of creativity, the thrill of cracking a brief and never giving up on a good idea.
58 minutes | Jun 29, 2021
Fred Levron - Worldwide Creative Partner, FCB Chicago (Digital)(E85)
For the first of our D&AD Jury President episodes, we talk with Fred Levron - FCB Worldwide Creative Partner and holder of 3xBlack Pencils. Tune in as we discuss leadership, collaboration and craft with one of the best.
49 minutes | Jun 27, 2021
Britt Nolan - Chief Creative Officer North America, DDB (E84)
Britt Nolan - Chief Creative Officer North America, DDB (E84) by Love This Podcast by Colenso BBDO
43 minutes | Jun 13, 2021
Jim Antonopoulos - Managing Director, Tank (E83)
Jim Antonopoulos - Managing Director, Tank (E83) by Love This Podcast by Colenso BBDO
42 minutes | May 30, 2021
Chris Garbutt & Colin Mitchell - Global CCO & CIO, Vice Media Group (E82)
After incredibly successful careers on the agency and client side, Chris and Colin joined forces to create PLATFRMR, before recently being acquired by VICE Media Group. Now Global Chief Creative Officer and Global Chief Innovation Officer, we looked deeper into their careers, unpacking the new job to do at VICE, and enjoying their POV on all things creativity, marketing and culture.
36 minutes | May 4, 2021
Erica Dorn - Graphic Designer & Illustrator (E81)
Erica Dorn is an experienced Graphic Designer based in London. In this episode, we walked through Erica’s background before design and her move from Japan to the UK. We then discovered more about how she creates visual worlds, the role of research in the design process, and a deep dive on her Isle of Dogs production with Wes Anderson. We finished by looking at the role of artistic license, the pressure involved on every project, and how Erica would encourage everyone to look at and try a wider range of creative professions.
52 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
Jules Lund - Founder, Tribe (E80)
Jules Lund is the Founder of Tribe - a self serve marketplace connecting social media influencers with leading brands to create powerful 1:1 campaigns that engage audiences difficult to reach. We talk about how to get comfortable with being uncomfortable, the evolution of influence and influencers, social commerce and how it works for brands, amongst many, many other things.
46 minutes | Apr 5, 2021
Marianne Malina - President, GSD&M (E79)
Marianne Malina is the President of GSD&M - a creatively driven, full-service agency born and raised in Austin, Texas - run by a band of misfits, artists, musicians, entrepreneurs and clay. In this episode, we looked at Marianne's 20 years' experience at GSD&M, the role of a creative agency and how GSD&M are expanding on their core capabilities to remain relevant in the future, and what the industry and culture might look like in a post-COVID world. We also discussed the role of DE&I in everything we do, Marianne's love of all things cooking, and her advice for those looking to start a career in advertising.
56 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
Jean Freeman - Principal + CEO, Zambezi (E78)
The changing media landscape. Taking bigger bites. Leadership styles. Scaling an agency. Responses to COVID-19. Brand purpose. Just a few of the topics that we discussed with Jean Freeman.
48 minutes | Mar 14, 2021
Chris Beresford-Hill - Chief Creative Officer, TBWA/Chiat/Day New York (E77)
Chris is the Chief Creative Officer of TBWA\Chiat\Day NY, where he is responsible for the agency’s creative output. In his time at the agency, TBWA\Chiat\Day NY has transformed itself, resulting in industry and cultural recognition, including returning to the AdAge A-List at #5 in 2019, after a 10 year absence, when New York “emerged seemingly out of nowhere to become TBWA’s most surprising innovation machine,” and “where creativity has bloomed again.” In 2020, the agency moved up a spot to #4. TBWA\Chiat\Day was also named one of Fast Co's Most Innovative Companies in 2019 and 2020, as well as ADWEEK's Network of the Year in 2018. The New York office also became the #5 individual agency at Cannes, winning the most creative awards in agency's history. Chris and the TBWA\Chiat\Day NY team believe you can deliver beautiful ideas for every business challenge or opportunity. He is most proud of the partnerships at TBWA\Chiat\Day NY, where creativity is owned by the entire agency.
44 minutes | Feb 28, 2021
Kerry McKibbin - President, Mischief USA (E76)
How do you scale a start up business? A business that's been listed as a Top 3 Independent Agency in the US by Campaign Magazine? What lessons in leadership can you take from large companies, to smaller ones? How do you sell creative work that makes a legal team ask questions? What's your relationship to creativity? What advice would you have for those looking to get into the advertising industry? A few of the topics Beth and Joe discussed with Kerry McKibbin.
52 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
Nils Leonard - Founder & Chief Creative Officer, Uncommon (E75)
I'm not interested in stories about the past or any crap of that kind because the woods are burning, you understand? There's a big blaze going on all around.
42 minutes | Jan 31, 2021
Adam Ferrier - Founder/Consumer Psychologist, Thinkerbell (E74)
Adam Ferrier is Founder/Consumer Psychologist at Thinkerbell, Decade of Action and s p a c e. Here's a wee bit more info on the legendary Australian entrepeneur. After graduating university with degrees in commerce and clinical psychology, Adam began his career working in maximum security prisons, before making the natural move to advertising. He joined Saatchi & Saatchi as a Strategic Planner and, during this time, invented a psychological board game 'The Analyst', translated into three languages (still selling well in Benelux countries). He co-founded Naked Communications, APAC in 2004. Naked embraced a behavioural change model, building brands whilst changing behaviour, and was one of Australia’s most awarded and successful agencies (winning AdNews Agency of the Year Grand Prix in 2007). After selling Naked, he created THINKERBELL - where they practice 'measured magic' - bringing together marketing science and hard core creativity. After just 2 years it’s 2019 AdNews' Creative Agency of the year. He's also co-founded two conferences s p a c e (a confestival) and MSIX (marketing sciences ideas change). He also sits on the boards of TRIBE (social influence), the Public Interest Journalism Initiative (PIJI), and Good Thnx. He's a regular panelist on TV shows Gruen, Sky, The Project, Your Money and Sunrise #mastersofspin (as well as Celebrity Apprentice and Australia's Next Top Model (don't ask!), and Man Up. He had a weekly segment on national radio station MMM, and ABC. He's commentated and/or writes for TIME, The Australian, Mumbrella, B&T, Fast Company, The Guardian and the Wall Street Journal.
46 minutes | Jan 17, 2021
Ali Rez - Regional Executive Creative Director, Impact BBDO (E73)
Ali Rez is the Regional Executive Creative Director at Impact BBDO. Ranked amongst the Global Top 20 Executive Creative Directors on the 2020 World Creativity Rankings, and named South Asia Creative Person of the Year by Campaign magazine, Ali Rez has won more than 400 international awards in his 20-year career. These include multiple Gold Cannes Lions, Gold Clios, D&AD pencils, Grand Prix Effie, Grand Prix Dubai Lynx, and Grand Prix Spikes amongst many others. In this episode, we discussed Ali's journey through advertising, his thoughts on the Purpose Behind Purpose, a walkthrough of the Grand Prix winning "The Blank Edition," and a deep dive into his leadership style and how he gets the best creative work from his teams.
52 minutes | Dec 6, 2020
Jason Rosario - Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, BBDO Worldwide (E72)
Jason Rosario - Chief Diversity, Equity & Inclusion Officer, BBDO Worldwide (E72) by Love This Podcast by Colenso BBDO
51 minutes | Nov 17, 2020
Marc Simons - Co-Founder, Giant Spoon (E71)
Marc is the co-founder of Giant Spoon - an agency built on the power of possible thinking – to shoot for the moon and solve impossible challenges. In this episode, we look at how and why Marc decided to start Giant Spoon, how he has found running an agency of 100+ people and partnering clients during COVID-19, his relationship to creativity and finding the edges, and what's next for Giant Spoon.
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