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05.27.14

All Business Sophie Thiellon, Framestore’s executive producer of live action, brings a head for business to creative work.

05.20.14

Anywhere and everywhere Paul Cackett, CEO of Plaything and creative director of th1ng, discusses new opportunities for web and mobile content.

05.13.14

Active Listening Gloria Pitagorsky, managing director of audio post-production company Heard City, is committed to community activism.

05.06.14

Athletic Aesthetics Graphic designer Todd Radom is an expert in design and branding for professional sports.

04.29.14

Love the Underdog Jonas Morganstein, ECD of Buster, the design and animation division of Stun Creative, discusses the value of “bad” ideas.

04.22.14

Beyond the Literal Photojournalist Nadia Shira Cohen discusses storytelling and the nature of truth in her work.

04.15.14

Purity of Message Aldo Cundari, Chairman and CEO of Cundari Group Ltd., explains the process and value of branding geographical locations.

04.09.14

The Seventh Art Yvette Piñeyro, founder of New York post-production house /Wildchild/ Editorial, describes the magic of editing.

04.01.14

A Scientific Approach Keith Ciampa, chief creative officer at Cibo, reveals insights gleaned from social and cognitive science.

03.25.14

Western Light San Francisco-based photographer Erin Kunkel prioritizes a strong point of view and a cohesive style.

03.18.14

Passageways to Information Liz Danzico, chair and co-founder of the MFA interaction design program at SVA, discusses her new role as NPR’s creative ... more

03.11.14

Practice and Patience Type designer Ken Barber of House Industries is inspired by the craftsmanship of mid-twentieth century designers.

03.04.14

Feeding My Brain Pam Fujimoto, executive creative director of WONGDOODY Los Angeles, is pleased to see the return of romance in advertising.

02.25.14

CGI and Common Sense Richard Lyons, senior VFX artist at The Mill NY relies on common sense and communication as well as high-tech tools.

02.18.14

Inventive and Spontaneous Illustrator Doug Chayka loves the pressure to invent and evolve that comes with editorial work.