Percipient thought-pieces and opinions from some of
the world’s most respected industry leaders.
Grand Central Recording Studios sound designer Munzie Thind looks at how the absence of crowds/clients has changed the experimentation and performance of artists and players alike.
Creating commercial comedy gold can be hard, says Laura Muse, Creative Director at VCCP London, but ignore the Twitterati and let your funny bone lead the way.
These questions finish up the Facing down racism series, where Black people and People of Color help pull back the curtain on how harm caused by microaggressions, blatant racism, and harm within the industry can be rectified.
We continue with YDA Week 2020 as Brand and Innovation Director and Partner at &us, Amy Kean, looks at humour in the age of social media and the impact on culture of memes.
Scott Little, Head of Audio at Big Kahuna, muses on how audio can help achieve a much-needed laugh.
In the second of a series of interviews, Black people and People of Color explain who pushes back against their perspectives and how we can fight apathy in the industry.
Marketing activist on a mission and branding and sustainability professional Thomas Kolster argues that brands trying to save the world can be problematic and that instead of them trying to work out why they matter, they need to understand who they can help consumers to be.
In the first of a series of interviews, shots Features Editor, Linda H. Codega, has teamed up with Elisha Smith-Leverock, a Black director working in the German and UK markets, to help identify and confront racism in advertising.