Lennie is a facilitator, observer, designer and problem solver. Listen carefully to this one.
Wally and Dan talk about pica rulers, UX, mentors, tech nerdom, and cities.
Kate, an Adweek Top-100 Creative, talks about asking for a raise, bots, having fun, working well with clients, and agency models.
Visiting from Minneapolis, Laura shares perpsective on a career that has taken her from New York to the heart of the American midwest.
The former Chair of Advertising at SCAD discusses podcasting, portfolios, career pivoting, progress – both personal and professional, and plenty more.
Jason, copywriter on the iconic “Get a Mac” campaign, is now Sr. VP, Chief, Creative Development at RPA in Los Angeles.
Recorded live with the MOJO Ad Capstone group at University of Missouri, this was an insightful chat with some very intelligent questions from the audience.
On making the right moves, effort, and bringing more to every project
Dan (AD) and Mike (CW) share thoughts on partnerships, juniors, and being interesting.
Making. Heebie-jeebies avoidance. Freelancing. Inspiration from peeves. Three definitions of the word "hit."
Visiting from KC, Katy and Cady share thoughts on looking at books, inspriration, religion, leaps of faith, the creative process, and staying in discovery mode.
The creator of "Stong is the New Pretty" discusses finding your creative outlet, collaboration, soccer, the purpose of her work, and ASMR.
The importance of mentorship, navigating agency politics, developing empathy, career navigation, the future of the industry, having a life partner who is also a creative, first-job advice
The Argentine photographer and director discusses philosophy, finding your voice, watching 200 movies a year, self-doubt, wabi-sabi, collaboration, and Zac Brown.
On shifting and rebalancing, insight, what kind of work should be in your book, and being a minority in advertising
Making the right moves, being out of control of the situation, listening, strategy, and the love of production
The former copywriter talks about starting out; finding your tribe; the plight of the editor; knowing, and then making, relevant, historic work; a moment with Steve Jobs; and collaboration.
The adjustments to the first job. Caring. Work/life balance. And some great answers to familiar questions.
Walrus's co-founder discusses the importance of entertainment, judging work, internal presentations, taking feedback, and spending a whole career at just two agencies.
You have a great idea. Now, what? That and many other insights from two young, award-winning, articulate, and intelligent creatives. Big thanks, also, to Jim Sugar Automotive, Home of the Sweet Deal™
Visiting from SF and Minneapolis, the CDs talk about getting out of the comfort zone, how to concept, transitioning from CW to CD, and going about your business through ups and downs.
The creative team behind Snickers' "You're not yourself when you're hungry" campaign discuss their 22-year partnership, successes and lessons learned.
From a noisy room in the New York office, Katie and Dan discuss adjustments from school to the real world, autopilot vs. inspiration, finding the truth and playing to your strengths.
The thoughtful, intelligent young writer discusses her adjustments from undergrad to portfolio school to a real job, the love of writing, and how to email.