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Juniorversity // 12

Dan Wieden makes sense of television, digital and what's really at the heart of it ...


The Interview Series // 51

Juniors, meet Kieran Antill. Originally hailing from Sydney - Kieran is a Creative Director at Leo Burnett in NYC. Not only is he one of the most awarded Art Directors in the universe (voted Cannes 2010 #1 Art Director), he is also a fine artist - exhibiting in Sydney, London and New York for the last 10 years. Together with his creative partner and good mate Michael Canning, he's responsible for flippin' successful campaigns like this, this and this. We got in touch with Kieran to find ... Read More! »


Junior Event // 31

When it comes to speaking at Junior - you can't go wrong with a good ol' fashion triangle diagram. In what was our first event for 2012, Ben Couzens - CD at Clemenger BBDO Melbourne gave his 10 tips a bit over 10 minutes. Not that we minded - even the band due to play that stood lingering at the back of the room learnt a thing or two about how to make an awesome ad. ... Read More! »


The Interview Series // 50

Coming up with the ideas is only one part of what we do. Selling, presenting and most importantly - winning business is the other. But that's the shit they just don't teach you in class. So we decided it was time we learnt a thing or two about it and chatted to Andrew Foote - founding partner and creative director at AJF Partnership. He knows a thing or two about hand shakers - he started AJF from scratch with two other lads (who, weirdly enough, all have the same initials) almost 7 years ... Read More! »


Dear Junior Series // 07

Reinventing yourself in this business ain't easy, let alone getting a foot in the 'Planning Department' door. But if there's one thing we've learnt, it's that where there's a will, there's a way. Remember Mark Pollard? He's been a busy boy since we last spoke. Having departed from McCann Sydney to move to Saatchi & Saatchi New York - he has just started a new gig at Brooklyn agency Big Spaceship. And, he's even managed to take a bit of time out to pen us a "How to get into planning" guide. ... Read More! »


Junior Event // 30

30 events in 3 years! Look at us go. And what better way to finish twenty-eleven than with Grant Rutherford, who took a little time out from hanging out with dolphins to tell us how to be the next ECD of DDB. Well, sort of, kinda. He'd be out of a job if he did that. Silly. Still, he taught us how to be better creatives by not hating Katy Perry and making us realise that beer is not a food group - and he made us laugh. At him. And his Dolphin. Anyway if you missed it, you missed out. We'll ... Read More! »