The Creative Relay
By Smith & Western
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Welcome to The Creative Relay Podcast. In each episode you’ll hear from an inspiring creative mind. First to be interviewed and then interviewing the creative of their choice in the following podcast. The baton is passed on each episode as the interviewee becomes the interviewer. Along the way, presenter Paul Dunne oversees things endeavouring to keep things light, lively and illuminating. All the podcasts are recorded in Smith & Western’s dedicated podcasting studio in Redfern Sydney.
||CleanEP4 Tara Ford & Cam Blackley||Tara Ford talks to Cam Blackley. On the eve of his move to M&C Saatchi, Cam reveals what it was like to grow up with a Mad Man for a Dad, as well as an unexpected penchant for face paint. But behind the mask, Tara discovers a creative giant with a big heart.||15 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEP3 Jonathan Kneebone & Tara Ford||The new ECD of DDB Sydney shares her story, her thoughts and her remarkable ability to impersonate marine mammals. The fish-out-of-water theme continues with her perspective on the industry today, and her move from Melbourne to Sydney.||15 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEP2 Ant Keogh & Jonathan Kneebone||How did one of the founders of The Glue Society get his big break into advertising? The answer will surprise you, and possibly turn your stomach. But it will demonstrate how, from the very start, Jonathan’s creative path has been anything but orthodox.||15 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
||CleanEP1 Introducing Ant Keogh||Host Paul Dunne fires the starter’s gun with a chat to Ant Keogh – creative powerhouse and Chief Creative Officer of The Monkeys Melbourne. Creativity, humility and Catholic guilt all rate a mention as Australia’s most lauded ideas guy reflects on his career so far.||15 11 2017||Free||View in iTunes|
It was great to hear some of the stories of how his ads were made, and also the ones that didn’t. Really interesting stuff!