Ever wondered what fills the world’s most creative minds?
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In her own words, FINCH's Zia Mandviwalla explains how a lifetime of people-watching has led her to a workplace full of memories, diaries and a little bit of everything.
Ogilvy UK creative John Dinneen on the movies, music and culture that's showing up on his creative radar.
We spoke with Grizzly Chief Creative Officer and Partner Greg Gibson about innovation within the promo industry, playing sold out shows and nerding out on Spike Jonze videos.
UnderWonder director Thom Kerr explains his fascination with vintage cameras and his early obsession with music videos, as he reveals what's on his radar.
The Rodeo Show director talks us through the memorabilia, mementoes and motivational tomes that keep his creativity fresh.
Academy director Sasha Rainbow talks new tech and old films as she reveals what's on her creative radar.
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We spoke with Final Cut editor Arianna Tomasettig about her top 10 music videos, how the promo industry is changing, and selling her musical instruments to fly to America.
BANDIT Senior Editor/Producer Jim Rubino takes on a quick tour of his likes and loves as he reveals what's on his creative radar.
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We chat with Friend Executive Producer Danny Herman about MTV scuzz era, Dubstar video cameos and hating on airpods...
Mark Pinheiro, Visual Effects Supervisor at Absolute London, gives some love to a TV show that often attracts derisions, a football tournament that welcomed back the world, and a piece of tech that helps with 'Wacom shoulder'.
Park Pictures director Lisa Rubisch on ASMR's power to help her relax, how films that 'take a chance' are her favourites, and why her detractors and doubters are the people she'd most like to thank.