Agency: Bartle Bogle Hegarty
(020) 7407 7800
London, SE1 1EN
21 August 1967
Right now, it's getting bigger and more interesting every week.
That you just can't sell great, big-budget digital work to senior people who aren't personally engaged, excited and optimistic about technology… so you need to hook them through digital apps relating to personal passions (football/punk/cars/badgers) first.
You can if you think you can (L Brooks).
Accept a job offer from Jon Claydon again.
The fact that wave after wave of technological innovation (forever and ever) will mean that digital will always be at the most exciting end of marketing and culture. That and Positive Vibrations (Babylon By Bus, Live) RN Marley.
Last week, when I reached for a hanky in a client meeting and pulled out a pair of my three-year-old's pants. By fluke, they featured an Ankylosaurus. And were clean.
Today, watching Andy Sandoz (Work Club's creative director) making a presentation on data ("The God Particle") to 150 bemused marketers. Their faces said: "I don't know what it is, but I like it."
Complementary to my awesome partners in the Club.
Fast sailing beyond sight of land at night.
Asked Jane McNeill to be a co-founder of Work Club.
Moved to Wandsworth.
My appallingly short attention sp…
The Risotto King.