63 episodes

Workbook Radio is a podcast for professional artists in the commercial advertising industry. From interviews to panels, Workbook Radio sheds light on what it means to stand out in the ever-changing landscape. Official podcast of the industry-standard WORKBOOK and Workbook.com.

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    • 4.3 • 11 Ratings

Workbook Radio is a podcast for professional artists in the commercial advertising industry. From interviews to panels, Workbook Radio sheds light on what it means to stand out in the ever-changing landscape. Official podcast of the industry-standard WORKBOOK and Workbook.com.

    Episode 063- Thomas Warinner, Part 1

    Episode 063- Thomas Warinner, Part 1

    HIGHOPES is a cannabis branding agency that works in the US and abroad to develop compelling experiences and identities unique to this unique industry.

    On this episode we talk to one of HIGHOPE’s co-founders, Thomas Warinner, about the unique challenges associated with cannabis marketing and the future for creative’s in this space.

    To see more of HIGHOPE’s work, click here.

    • 14 min
    Episode 062- Scott Thompson, Part 2

    Episode 062- Scott Thompson, Part 2

    Scott Thompson is a commercial photographer and videographer who also serves in the US National Guard.  His client list not only spans the branches of the military, but also clients like Google and Subaru.
    On this episode, On this part 2 with Scott about his process, his foray into teaching, and how being of service goes hand in hand with his artistry.
    To see more of Scott's work, click here.

    • 11 min
    Episode 061- Scott Thompson, Part 1

    Episode 061- Scott Thompson, Part 1

    Scott Thompson is a commercial photographer and videographer who also serves in the US National Guard.  His client list spans the branches of the Military, Google and Subaru.
    On this episode, we talk about how both career paths started, their intersections, and how both have led to the importance Scott places on authenticity.
    To see more of Scott's work, click here.

    • 12 min
    Episode 060- Abigail Bobo, Part 3

    Episode 060- Abigail Bobo, Part 3

    On this episode, Abigail talks about her podcast South Facing Light as well as well as her other projects, both commercial and personal.
    Abigail is a commercial photographer based in Nashville, Tennessee available in San Francisco, California, and Dallas, Texas— specializing in lifestyle captures, healthcare photography, environmental portraiture and automotive adventures. To see more of Abigail's work, click here.
    To listen to South Facing Light, click here.

    • 13 min
    Episode 059- Abigail Bobo, Part 2

    Episode 059- Abigail Bobo, Part 2

    On this episode, Abigail talks about overcoming creative resistance, dealing with rejection, and how life on pause shifted her creative outlook.
    Abigail is a commercial photographer based in Nashville, Tennessee available in San Francisco, California, and Dallas, Texas— specializing in lifestyle captures, healthcare photography, environmental portraiture and automotive adventures. To see more of Abigail's work, click here.

    • 11 min
    Episode 058- Abigail Bobo, Part 1

    Episode 058- Abigail Bobo, Part 1

    Abigail Bobo is a commercial photographer and director whose diverse clients include Airbnb, Mercedes Benz, and National Geographic.
    On this episode, we meet the women behind the lens and learn about how light, music, and magic have become her formula for stepping into 2021.
    To see more of Abigail's work, click here.

    • 13 min

Customer Reviews

4.3 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

BmoreBedell ,

Helpful

Good tips and tips insights.

drew_bnntt ,

Little Snippets of Wisdom

Really enjoyed the talk with Andy Anderson. Really interesting to hear working professionals talking about the importance of passion projects and pro bono work. As a young photographer new to the industry, it’s great to hear how other creatives find direction and meaning in their work. Keep me’ coming!

Parisplayer22 ,

Good content, terrible format

This is not a real podcast series but a conversation with commercial photography creatives chopped up and edited into very short podcast episodes. It's a bit thin on content and feels even thinner when chopped up into these mini episodes. Workbook really should have just released the full version of these conversations but it feels like they were trying to spread out this content over several weeks to game the algorithm and pretend like they have a weekly podcast. Good nuggets of info, but tedious to listen in episodic format. Hopefully they feel more confident to release longer format audio in the future even if it means less frequency.

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