We Are Crayons - The Podcast features conversations with Trinidad and Tobago’s creative thinkers and makers. We delve into their processes and what drives them to execute continually as creative individuals.
In this episode of We Are Crayons - The Podcast we speak with the multi-faceted Renee Pollonais. Renee, born and raised in Trinidad & Tobago, for over twenty-five years Renee has been expressing her creative self through illustration, filmmaking and art direction. She shares what her journey has been like with us.
In this episode of We Are Crayons - The Podcast we speak with filmmaker Shane Hosein. He shares how he started his career as a filmmaker on the set of Westwood Park (a tv drama series that was produced and aired in Trinidad & Tobago) during season three in 2001. His keen desire to progress in the industry motivated him to move quickly through the ranks, producing work alongside top Trinibagonian and international industry professionals.
In this episode of We Are Crayons - The Podcast we speak with Quincy Ross. As a well-known and respected Creative Director, Quincy shared with us his unusual entry into advertising and how being open helped him to advance as a Copy-writer. He touched on how he is now approaching the use of advertising in a content-driven world.
In this episode of We Are Crayons - The Podcast, we had an excellent conversation with Naima Thompson, who is a Dramatic Arts Education Specialist from Trinidad & Tobago. Naima considers herself a global citizen and openly shares how stressful it can be for her to navigate through the world and maintain her birthed native heritage of being from Trinidad & Tobago.
In this episode of We Are Crayons - The Podcast we speak with journalist Franka Philip. She shares how she found her creative path, what walking that path looks like and where she wants to go.
Hans Des Vignes
In this episode of We Are Crayons - The Podcast, we speak with Hans Des Vignes.
Hans is a Trinidad and Tobago media personality. His journey into the world of broadcasting and media started at age sixteen when he joined a DJ entity called The Militant Crew. To him, being on the radio was a far fetched dream that would never come through. So much so that he aimed to become a pilot.
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