Creative Vengeance portrays people who have made a habit of bringing ideas to life. They get the satisfaction of proving the critics wrong over and over again. Arne Stach tries to learn from these bright minds by talking with them about their careers, life choices and perspectives on the world.
Gabriel Mattar & Ricardo Wolff - Creatives don't work like a machine
Gabriel Mattar and Ricardo Wolff have been a creative couple for most of their careers. They worked for agencies like Almap BBDO, DDB, BBDO Berlin and Goodby, Silverstein & Partners in the past. In 2018, they joined INNOCEAN BERLIN as European CCO and ECD. We talked about Brazilian advertising, German efficiency, and how to put an unknown agency on the creative radar.
Stefan Clauss - I'm a pain
Stefan Clauss is a co-founder and CEO of Heimplanet. He quit his job in advertising to challenge the outdoor industry with a revolutionary tent.
We talked about the struggles of building a brand and growing up. Heimplanet was featured on WIRED and is listed at the MoMA Design Store.
Alice Bottaro - It's a team sport
Alice Bottaro is an award-winning creative director, copywriter, and co-founder of SheSays Berlin. After studying anthropology, she accidentally got into advertising. We talked about the Wi-Fi dogs she invented, the story of Bertha Benz, and what kind of environments support exceptional ideas.
Dave Hause - Work hard at it
Dave Hause is an American Singer-Songwriter. His childhood dream came true, and he can make a living as a musician. We met in a church in Berlin to talk about songwriting, his relationship to social media, and how his latest album changed an episode ending of the TV show 'Billions'.
Axel Quack - People like honesty
Axel Quack is a strategic innovator and has worked for companies like Publicis, frog, and Allianz. We talked about his career of constantly reinventing himself, and he explained what work looks like behind all the fancy titles.
Justin Gignac - Let it go
Justin Gignac is an artist, speaker, and co-founder of Working Not Working. We talked about the struggles of working in the creative industry and how to focus on what's important.