37 episodes

Welcome to the SEEMO podcast! Join our host Alex Semenzato on this podcast that aims to help you see more. Our mission is to seek out extraordinary people, have intriguing conversations and explore what we can learn about creativity, productivity, workflow, mental health, different points of view, side-hustles, self-improvement, grit, screwing up, cleaning up, laughing, thinking, loving and everything else that matters! Instagram: @seemo_presents

SEEMO Alex Semenzato

    • Entrepreneurship
    • 4.9 • 35 Ratings

Welcome to the SEEMO podcast! Join our host Alex Semenzato on this podcast that aims to help you see more. Our mission is to seek out extraordinary people, have intriguing conversations and explore what we can learn about creativity, productivity, workflow, mental health, different points of view, side-hustles, self-improvement, grit, screwing up, cleaning up, laughing, thinking, loving and everything else that matters! Instagram: @seemo_presents

    Defected Records and the New Era with James Kirkham

    Defected Records and the New Era with James Kirkham

    In this episode we speak with James Kirkham, Chief Business Officer at Defected Records. Joining the label as it enters its third decade. James is overseeing all social, content, marketing and PR activations at Defected, and makes an invaluable addition to the company as it navigates its position as an industry leader in a new era for the music industry.

    • 52 min
    Be More Human at Work with Brigit Richie

    Be More Human at Work with Brigit Richie

    In this episode we speak with Brigit Richie, Founder & CEO of WE. A business on a mission to provide individuals and companies (such as Google, Walt Disney, Instagram) the tools to implement a relational mindset. This mindset has a focus on empathy and teaches how to listen and connect to people, shifting culture one relationship at a time.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    How to Adopt a Mindset for Creativity with Jonas Altman

    How to Adopt a Mindset for Creativity with Jonas Altman

    In this episode we speak with Jonas Altman, who helps people do their best work. As the founder of award-winning design practice Social Fabric and author of best-selling book ‘Shapers - Reinvent The Way You Work’, Jonas creates learning experiences that transform people so they can elevate how they organise, collaborate, and innovate.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    How Creativity is Evolving with Noah Bernard

    How Creativity is Evolving with Noah Bernard

    Noah Bernard is an experienced Brand and Creative Director with over 25 years of experience delivering best in class product, purpose and people marketing. A strong marketing professional skilled in Trend Analysis, Design, Apparel, Footwear, Technology and FMCG. Noah has led creative teams at some of the world's most loved brands such as Samsung, adidas and PUMA.

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Being a Photographer Today with Amanda Charchian

    Being a Photographer Today with Amanda Charchian

    In this episode we speak with Amanda Charchian a photographer who creates work with a feminine sensuality that celebrates the erotically charged.  Amanda earned a BFA from Otis College of Art and Design in 2010, and has been featured in publications such as New York Magazine, Vogue Italia, TIME, The Huffington Post, Interview Magazine, L’Officiel ART, i-D, Purple, and Turkish Vogue.  In 2016 Amanda released her first monograph, Pheromone Hotbox featuring works captured over three years.  Charchian has produced editorial and commercial work for Gucci, Chloe, Cartier, Garage, and Vogue Italia.  Amanda Charchian lives and works between Los Angeles and London.

    • 57 min
    Be Weird, Be Creative, Be Amazing with Amy Kean

    Be Weird, Be Creative, Be Amazing with Amy Kean

    In this episode we speak with Amy Kean, who has been in the media world for 14 years, initially cutting her industry teeth at the IAB as head of PR. She moved to create the social teams of each agency of the Havas Media Group, before moving into innovation and launching Havas Media Labs. In the latter half of her career she lead Mindshare’s strategy and insights across APAC, then headed back to the UK to run planning and strategy for Coty’s in-house digital agency, Beamly. Amy pens a column for Shots magazine and her first book of poetry – The Little Girl Who Gave Zero F*cks – has been a number 1 Amazon bestseller. In this episode, we talk about the message behind Amy’s best selling book, the process of writing a book, the ups and downs of the advertising world and why being weird is the new normal.

    • 55 min

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