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360 Yourself! Get in touch with yourself every Thursday & Sunday at 12pm with brilliant minds from all over the world hosted by Jamie Neale @jamienealejn- check out our Instagram @360_yourself

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360 Yourself! Get in touch with yourself every Thursday & Sunday at 12pm with brilliant minds from all over the world hosted by Jamie Neale @jamienealejn- check out our Instagram @360_yourself

    Ep 57: Love Yourself, Know Yourself - Mickey Boardman - (Editorial Director Paper Magazine)

    Ep 57: Love Yourself, Know Yourself - Mickey Boardman - (Editorial Director Paper Magazine)

    In 2014, Mickey Boardman broke the Internet. As Paper Magazine's editorial director, he is the man responsible for the infamous Jean-Paul Goude shoot — "Break The Internet Kim Kardashian." The shoot featured the reality TV star naked and glistening, slick with baby oil. The images spread like wildfire across the Internet, turned into a plethora of memes, and were commented on heavily across social-media platforms. It was, without a doubt, the most controversial cover of the year.

    Boardman has also worked with other provocative artists such as Nicki Minaj and Miley Cyrus on covers for the magazine. The editor grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, joining Paper Magazine as an intern after studying Fashion Design at Parson's School of Design. Since 1993 he has written an advice column “Ask Mr. Mickey” for the magazine, notorious for its witty responses to reader's woeful questions. Boardman recently launched another weekly column, "Fat And All That," in which he discusses his lifelong struggle with weight and body issues and society's attitudes towards overweight people.

    Boardman is an institution on the New York social and fashion scenes, with New York Magazine recognising him as one of the “Most Photographed Faces in New York.” Described by David Hershkovits to New York Magazine as “a great connector and a great people person,” he has been featured in a number of fashion books including "Smile i-D: Fashion & Style" and "Simon Doonan's Eccentric Glamour."

    Instagram: @askmrmickey


    Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves?

    Host Instagram: @jamienealejn
    Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself

    Music from Electric Fruit
    Produced by Tom Dalby
    Composed by Toby Wright

    • 36 min
    Ep 56: I Am A SURVIOUR - Kira Karlstrom - (Senior Creative Director, Global Content Marketing)

    Ep 56: I Am A SURVIOUR - Kira Karlstrom - (Senior Creative Director, Global Content Marketing)

    Senior Creative Director, Global Creative Content Marketing- Capitol Records. Former Professional Basketball player turned Emmy Award Winning Marketing and Creative Executive with over fifteen years of experience. Team Player who is results driven and known for creating and executing highly successful marketing strategies and advertising campaigns for brands such as ESPN, MARVEL, COMCAST/NBC, DISNEY/ABC, CHEVY, HBO and AMAZON. Innovator with a unique mix of strategic, creative, operational, and technical abilities.

    Specialties: Advertising, Brand Design + Creative Direction, Strategic Marketing, Demand Generation Programs, Customer Engagement, Partnership and Sponsorships, Business Development, Experiential and Live Events, Social + Digital Media, Team Building, and Content + Web Development.

    Purpose. Vision. Imagine. Inspire. Action. Relentless.


    Instagram: @thekk23

    Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves?

    Host Instagram: @jamienealejn
    Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself

    Music from Electric Fruit
    Produced by Tom Dalby
    Composed by Toby Wright

    • 40 min
    Ep 55: The Man I loved - Patricia Kelly (Wife & Biographer - Gene Kelly)

    Ep 55: The Man I loved - Patricia Kelly (Wife & Biographer - Gene Kelly)

    Film historian PATRICIA WARD KELLY is the widow and official biographer of Gene Kelly. She has worked as a writer at a film production company, as a contributing scholar for the authoritative Northwestern/Newberry Writings of Herman Melville, and as a freelance journalist. She and Kelly met at the Smithsonian in 1985, when he was the host/narrator for a television special for which she was a writer. Soon after, he invited her to California to write his memoirs, a job for which she recorded his words nearly every day for over ten years. They were together until his death in 1996. Currently, she serves as Trustee of The Gene Kelly Image Trust, the entity Kelly established during his lifetime to govern the use of his name, voice, likeness, signature, and persona. She is also President and Creative Director of The Gene Kelly Legacy, Inc. a corporation established to celebrate Kelly’s artistry and to perpetuate his legacy worldwide. She lives in Los Angeles where she is completing the book about her late husband. As part of this work, she is preserving and cataloguing The Gene Kelly Archives—an extensive collections of letters, manuscripts, photographs, scripts, interviews, essays, poems, holograph notes, and memorabilia that will eventually be the basis of additional publications and, ultimately, the core of an innovative, virtual Gene Kelly “Experience.”


    Instagram: @genekellylegacy


    Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves?

    Host Instagram: @jamienealejn
    Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself

    Music from Electric Fruit
    Produced by Tom Dalby
    Composed by Toby Wright

    • 45 min
    Ep 54: Running With Ideas - Steven Keating - (Global Senior Creative Director)

    Ep 54: Running With Ideas - Steven Keating - (Global Senior Creative Director)

    Steven Keating is an award-winning creative director in the footwear and apparel design field with 16 years of experience.

    Using his thoughtful leadership style Steven has led large teams of designers at some of the world’s largest sports companies. Most recently Steven held the position of Creative Director of Running, Training & Golf at Puma. Steven is personally passionate about sustainability, athletics and fashion and has continually merged these into the work he creates. Steven has worked on projects with top athletes, Rihanna and has designed Usain Bolt’s Olympic Gold Medal track spikes for the 2012 and 2016 Olympics.

    Steven holds a BFA from the University of Massachusetts where he was a competitive rower, and an MBA from Babson College, Olin School of Business. Steven is a certified Wilderness First Responder, an avid runner, proud dad and husband.

    Instagram: @stevenjkeating

    Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves?

    Host Instagram: @jamienealejn
    Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself

    Music from Electric Fruit
    Produced by Tom Dalby
    Composed by Toby Wright

    • 33 min
    Ep 53: Hold Your Ground - Andrea Moccia - (Senior Producer - Secret Cinema)

    Ep 53: Hold Your Ground - Andrea Moccia - (Senior Producer - Secret Cinema)

    A pivotal figure in the immersive theatre and experiential world, Andrea Moccia has delivered a series of unparalleled experiences in his time as Senior Producer for Secret Cinema. Working at the forefront of ‘Secret Cinema Presents’ he has recreated the iconic worlds of Danny Boyle's 28 Days Later, Baz Lurhman's Moulin Rouge and most recently, an exhilarating production of ‘Blade Runner’ which saw a disused London warehouse transformed into dystopian future Los Angeles.

    Andrea is also involved in the Secret Youth project, an engagement and educational initiative aimed at young people between the ages of 16-25. He has facilitated several workshops for London schools and co-hosted Secret Youth’s Screening of I, Daniel Blake; this saw artists and performers that included Ken Loach, Goldie, Fay Milton, and Novelist take the stage ahead of the 2017 UK general election to speak about the flaws of the welfare system and the rise of food banks in the UK. Secret Cinema’s other outreach initiatives have included a screening of a Bollywood film in the Jungle Refugee Camp in Calais, fundraising and awareness campaigns for multiple charities, and special screenings in collaboration with Mind UK and the Refugee Council.



    Instagram: @ndrmoccia


    Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves?

    Host Instagram: @jamienealejn
    Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself

    Music from Electric Fruit
    Produced by Tom Dalby
    Composed by Toby Wright

    • 34 min
    Ep 52: BLM in Dance -Delia Barker - (Programme Director - Roundhouse, Chair -Studio Wayne McGregor)

    Ep 52: BLM in Dance -Delia Barker - (Programme Director - Roundhouse, Chair -Studio Wayne McGregor)

    Delia is Programmes Director at the Roundhouse, a live music and performance space which is also a charity using creativity to transform, inspire and change the lives of young people aged 11- 25. Her previous role was Director of English National Ballet School, a world leading specialist training centre for highly talented ballet dancers aged 16-19, continuously rated ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted. Delia is also Chair of the Board for Studio Wayne McGregor (SWM) a world-leading, multi-faceted dance and creative organisation that is part of Arts Council England’s National Portfolio and that recently opened the first artist-led arts space in the Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Stratford.

    Delia is a dance specialist and as such held the post of Senior Officer, Dance for Arts Council England for seven years, leading nationally on South Asian, African Peoples' and Disability-led dance practice before going on to manage a portfolio of diverse cultural organisations receiving £9.1 million of public investment. She has delivered business and organisation development as a consultant to Drake Music, StopGap Dance, Boy Blue Entertainment and Avant Garde Dance and she regularly mentors. She is a qualified organisational development practitioner certified by the NTL Institute, experienced in executive leadership development and management and trained in Action Learning Set facilitation and Virtual ALS facilitation with Action Learning Associates.



    Instagram: @roundhouseldn


    Host: Jamie Neale @jamienealejn Discussing rituals and habitual patterns in personal and work life. We ask questions about how to become more aware of one self and the world around us, how do we become 360 with ourselves?

    Host Instagram: @jamienealejn
    Podcast Instagram: @360_yourself

    Music from Electric Fruit
    Produced by Tom Dalby
    Composed by Toby Wright

    • 40 min

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