Too good for words. Now, where are the copycats? Continue reading Ikea + Facebook = Promotion 2009
A lovely and charming little video via Chow.com about Galco’s, one man and his obsession with soda pop, kicking it to Pepsi and the impact of choice on buying decisions. Continue reading “I don’t work all day, I play”
Online I typically go straight to bbc.co.uk for a quick snapshot of what’s going on, then to The Guardian for more insight. However, I am still struggling to read the papers online, and actually prefer the print editions. That said, I can’t live without Google Reader, that’s my daily news hit. All the feeds are categorised, such as Photography, Marketing, Tech and Local (Brighton based … Continue reading My Media
I was recently told that the reason I didn’t get the job was because “I was too expensive..” Of course, companies have to manage their costs, yet, it is also an excellent opportunity to procure, I hate to say it ‘cut-price’ talent. If the candidate is otherwise perfect fit, yet the only barrier is cost, then say so and ask to open negotiations. If the … Continue reading You only have to ask…..
Congratulations to Kai Wiedenhofer who has just picked up the Carmignac Gestion Photojournalism prize worth €50,ooo. Recognised for his well researched projects on life within the occupied territories, he will now go back and complete the project. The image, ‘Flying Pistol Boys’ used in the publicity is sublime, no question, yet, upon first glance it somehow reminded me of William Klein’s famous shot. … Continue reading Kai Wiedenhofer or William Klein?