A quick career retrospective with the amiable, absurdly talented, musically inclined, lacrosse-playing former W+K copywriter.
Exactly three years after his first visit to the podcast, David discusses the culture at Venables and what it takes to land a job at the venerable SF agency.
David's circuitous, upward career trajectory proves that a seventy percent pay cut can be a good thing.
Twenty-two years into a stellar career driven by passion, Geoff talks about gaming and DOJO's mojo.
A cautionary tale about choosing the right job and finding the right roommate. Brent's career, and living arrangements, are way better now.
Friends in real life and creative partners on Verizon social, Elizabeth and Janeen discuss yoga, social vs. digital, partnerships and career perspective.
Career moves. Big agencies and small. Life balance. And craft. Tony covers 'em all.
Life as a successful creative demands patience, grace, objectivity, philosophical and psychological self-awareness, maturity and, occasionally, a bit of judo.
This award-winning writer and CD honed his craft under Luke Sullivan and Alex Bogusky. His energy and positive attitude are palpable and refreshing.
Visiting from two miles up Piedmont Road, Kyle discusses his 17 years at BBDO, junior creatives' best practices, and how he wound up as a digital-savvy CCO.
Ryan has plied his writing trade in Atlanta, L.A., Boston, Boulder and Chicago. And he takes his intensity, and Braves caps, everywhere he goes.
Visiting from Detroit, Prentice shares his thoughts on big versus small agencies and the importance of selling your work and nurturing your networks.
A great chat with TRIS3CT's Chief Idea Officer and Director of HR about ad careers, fourth ideas and agency work spaces.
Okay, what's happening right now? Jon has some ideas, based on his experience as an author, innovator and social creative consultant.
Insights on craft, freelancing and success from a humble, award-winning Creative Circus alumnus.
An inside look at one of the best agencies in America.
Laurent has won a lorry-load of European and international awards, and from this half-hour you may get a good sense of how he's done it.
After graduating from The Creative Circus, Cabot moved from traditional to digital to both via three different BBDO offices. Then he talked about it for half an hour.
In a discussion relevant to anyone in a creative field, Parish shares inspiration and insight gleaned from an illustrious career.
Mark, an entreprenurial CD and agency founder, candidly discusses leaving a job, loving what you do and embracing collaboration.
The art direction partner of Episode 143's guest shares his thoughts on staying put, partners, personal pride and the loathing of losing.
Miller graduated as a copywriter from The Creative Circus in 2004, and his energy, focus and intelligence have never waned.
An award-winning typeface designer, Jesse co-founded and teaches at Type@Cooper. He worked on Gotham and Mercury, typefaces in permanent collection at MOMA. And he'll tell you the difference between a font and a typeface.