With talent scout Heather Hayden, Ecole discusses fear, how to be a CD and the necessity of passion.
The five-time Ad Age Creativity 50 All-Star shares his thoughts on fighting for great work, "those twenty people," and the itch to create.
Thoughts on Tall Poppy Syndrome, greener grass, attitude and leadership from a thoughtful and focused leader
FIT, MLS, humility, prolificacy, more, more, and more.
On job titles, Iceland, Dubai, dragons, style and patience.
Todd is a freelance creative director who has won over two dozen international awards. More important: He's a great friend and a true conversationalist.
Optimism, resilience, empathy, honesty. A few topics discussed that have helped make Katy the leader and creative she is.
Husband and wife Dave Canning and Kasia Haupt Canning visit The Creative Circus from The Netherlands. So much love, so many awards.
A casual chat with an industry great.
A chat in two parts: Half about Clarence's career, and half about the importance of cultural diversity in advertising.
What is an "experience agency?" Blair is a Circus alumnus and designer who has experienced working at a few.
On his seventh DGMS visit, Andy shares the thinking and process behind his latest personal project.
A lively visit with John, CD and founder, and Hillary, Director of Recruiting, of MUH-TAY-ZIK | HOF-FER in SF, CA
Career and partnership talk from one of Atlanta's top creative teams
The kind, talented and enthusiastic former CP+B copywriter returns to The Circus for a visit and a chat.
Jeff is a philosophical genius and the CCO of Fallon. His pal Spence is a freelance consultant and former top account guy at Crispin Porter + Bogusky and Wieden + Kennedy.
Danielle Trivisonno Hawley, CCO; Ray Page, ECD; and Senior Designer Nate Hinners visit from the Cannes Lion-winning Seattle shop that's also one of Ad Age's Best Places to Work.
Dude is a genius, mostly due to the fact that he doesn't think he is.
Ogilvy Toronto's former CCO shares her thoughts on hiring juniors, women's assertiveness and identifying what you really want.
Andy's back and better than ever.
A journey from executive assistant to CD. In one decade. At one agency.
"In the particular lies the universal." Exactly.
True to the original vision of DGMS, this is a chat between good friends. Marc, who spent almost seven years at GS&P, is now deep into an award-laden, 23-year career.