PODCAST: MARY WEAR

‘Remember how seriously we all took it? Not that we took ourselves seriously or that we didn’t have fun, but we just tried so, so hard to make great work. It may be chip paper to most people, but we’d really sweated every last detail. Even on the bad ads, we’d stay lat trying desperately to improve them. Like we were on a mission. It seemed so important.’ I enjoyed chatting to Mary. Although afterwards, I must confess, I wasRead more

PODCAST: Graham Fink. (Part 1.)

Context. It’s the word that comes to mind every time I think about writing one of these intros. What seems familiar today was once considered very left-field, risky or just plain crazy. Each pushes the peanut along for the next generation. Take the 1988 D&AD Annual, it’s hard to believe now, but all but one ad in the press and poster section had black headlines, the one that didn’t was Graham Fink’s Metropolitan Police campaign. I was a generation behindRead more

PODCAST: Peter Souter.

My 7th boss. Former hitch-hiker, copywriter, Frankenstien re-animator, ECD, David Abbott replacement, D&AD President, ITV sitcom creator, Radio 4 drama writer and cousin of Showaddywaddy lead singer Dave Bartram. . DELANEY FLETCHER DELANEY. WOOLAMS MOIRA GASKIN O’MALLEY. WCRS. ABBOTT MEAD VICKERS. CREATIVE DIRECTOR. TBWA. WRITER. https://davedye.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/02/peter-souterdave-dye.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: RSSRead more

IN-CAMERA 2: Rolph Gobits.

“To me, people are like lighthouses in a very big ocean, with wind and rain and waves trying to break them and make them go under.” – Rolph Gobits. Did you come from an arty family Rolph? I did not come from an arty family at all. Do you remember being aware of photography whist growing up in Holland? I was aware of photography at a very young age when growing up in Amsterdam. I was about five or six years old whenRead more