War Of The Words

12 Dec 2011 - Paul Mann


Last week, the lovely Lea Galmiche, who is a wonderful new talent here on our planning team, took to the mic and braved the stage in front of some of adlands major bigwigs at the Campaign War of the Words 2011.

Not only is Lea less than a year into her career but only started learning to speak English in February last year, so she took the award for super courage before she even opened her mouth.  Those of us that attended the event left buzzing with ideas and a real sense of awe at the young talent that wowed the room during the open mic session.  And Lea, for her part, spoke passionately and eloquently with many thought provoking ideas. She touched upon why the ad industry needs to start getting ready for her generation because they are coming to take the agency world by storm with new skills and ideas that will transform the way we work. You can see more about the talk and the winners at Brand Republic.


Culture Club: Medea

26 Aug 2014 - Tamsin Shaw

We've been feeling rather cultural lately...go figure. Here's a piece by our professional amateur theatre critic Tamsin, who was impressed by Medea - and the age old (long before Beyonce) struggle women have with power.


Edinburgh Fringe on my mind

19 Aug 2014 - Lucy Turner

An Edinburgh Fringe virgin Lucy jumped on the train and delved into the madness (and apparently margaritas) for 22 hours. This is what happened. 


When bikes and creativity collide

13 Aug 2014 - Cate Anderson

The creative industries have a passionate love affair with the bicycle. Why is that? Off the back of RideLondon, we talked to two current or ex creatives who are in the business of bikes: Wayne from Pedlar pedlar and Alex of Nolobi bikes.