Hosted by Emma Isaacs, this creative show is filled with inspiring interviews with successful creatives who have followed that feeling. This show looks at how to design a life that’s truly fulfilling, giving the world what you have been gifted and getting paid doing what you love every day!
Vintage fashion, is it more than an ethical decision? Kaitlyn Bullen
Kaityln Bullen is brand manager, fashion designer and stylist for the successful vintage fashion label Blue Rinse.
Kaityln talks about all parts that her role requires, including the hard graft and the pure love Kaityln and her team have for this ethical up cycling brand, offering unique garments for fashion lovers. Kaitlyn is also multi passionate, she creates stunning bespoke resin homeware using hand-picked wild flowers.
What if you're an illustrator and a writer? - Ben Tallon
Ben is a Manchester based award winning Illustrator, author of Champagne And Wax Crayons and host of 'Arrest All Mimics' podcast. Ben's unique energetic brush style illustrations have been used by the Guardian, Channel 4, World Wrestling, The Premier League, UNICEF, Penguin Books. Ben's given many lectures, featured in Design Week, Creative Review and his latest book ‘Ya Mum’ is a rancid collection of short stories, moments and embarrassments from Britain’s cultural underbelly. Narrated by Shaun Ryde
Being a Female Designer in a Man's World- Julie North
If you think the work place isn't equal today, imagine what it would have felt like presenting to all male board rooms and working 100-hour weeks. Jules talks about working with just one other female in the agency world in the 90's! Jules has since headed the huge artwork team for Hallmark. Alongside this Jules has a successful digital design brand which has given her the most glamorous life!However, at this time Jules got told she had cancer, Jules talk about how this has led her to charity work in Africa
ADHD and the Wonderful Creative Human Brain – Andy J Pizza
Its ADHD Awareness month, so what better way to demystify common beliefs around neurodiversity and everything to do with this super power, than a deep chat with Andy J Pizza.
For those of you who don’t know Andy, he’s a successful illustrator and host of the ultra-inspiring Creative Pep Talk Podcast.
Andy’s designed for Sony, YouTube, The New York Times, The Guardian, Washington post, Amazon, Google, Smart Car, Wired magazine, Nickelodeon. Andy has a couple of really cool Skill-share classes out.
Finding your style - Andy J Pizza
How do you switch from designing for your clients brand and trends to finding your own true creative voice and being briefed to design more of that? Finding your own style is where the real magic happens. Andy J. Pizza, illustrator and host of the ultra-inspiring Creative Pep Talk Podcast talks about it all.
How to become a music producer with Ben Haynes
Ben Haynes is a professional music producer, he dared to take the leap from his safe job in the NHS 11 years ago and hasn’t looked back!
Ben has produced songs for a large huge range of genres, including global giant Formula 1, award winning Country singer Kezia Gill and the critical acclaimed musical ‘Poppy Fields’
Ben also talks openly about his battle with depression and what he’s done in his business to help with this going forward.