As someone who is “supposed to be creative” (hell, it’s in my job title) I’ve sure come up with my share of terrible ideas. Luckily, people in the creative field are not always defined by their bad ideas; in the end it’s the good ones that get remembered.Read More
In my early twenties, I spent a few years performing stand up comedy. To this day, I still tell people I was a professional comedian. 50 bucks for 8 minutes of jokes counts as professional, right? I’m going to assume anyone reading this works in some form of marketing. Do comedians have LinkedIn? So maybe you don’t know that wrench in your gut feeling of bombing a joke in front of hundreds of people, but what you probably can relate to is a pitch proposal gone wrong – your ideas didn’t connect.Read More
The greatest show in the history of television is without a doubt Seinfeld and arguably, it’s most classic episode is The Opposite. Despite being a fictionalized show about nothing, there is something about this episode that should inspire any designer or strategist in the experiential world! Read More
Once an experiential project is won, producing and executing it is relatively easy. Sure, every project has its problems (printing, broken items, permitting issues, etc..). But relatively speaking, there’s a clear ask and deadline, it’s up to you to fill in those pieces.