Q&A With Nick Cummins

After 10 years in some of Melbourne’s best traditional agencies Nick jumped ship in 1999 and started Sputnik Agency, one of Australia's first digital agencies. He worked with a fantastic team growing the agency into a 60 person strong award winning creative shop.

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Q&A With Tegan Sadlier

Tegan Sadlier, picture editor on Good Weekend and Sunday Life has been working in the photography industry for nearly 20 years. She has a BA from the University of NSW and then did a brief photography course at the Australian Centre for Photography and began her career as a researcher in a stock photo library.

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Q&A With Rosanna Di Risio

Rosanna Di Risio is passionate about the power of design in the storytelling process, and driven by the rewards of finding and working with the true substance of a story, rather than just surface texture.

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Q&A With Annie Price

Trained as an art director but equally passionate about writing,  Annie Price is currently a Creative Director at JWT Melbourne working on Harris Scarfe, Chemmart & Treasury Wines.

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Q&A With Wendy Mace

Wendy Mace has been Creative Director at DDB Shop since 2004, a retail specialist division of DDB Melbourne, which she established with Andrew Williams. In a career spanning 26 years Wendy has worked at FCB, Grey, Tutcor, Adtown, George Patts and The Campaign Palace.

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Q&A With Lisa Gumbleton

Lisa Gumbleton has been in the advertising business for more years than she hasn’t been in the business, so she's seen and worked on a lot of things. She loves working with clients to unearth the best answers. And this doesn’t mean only creating great ads.

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Q&A With Mike Molloy

Mike Molloy started work at Cinesound newsreel as a floor sweeper on St Patrick’s Day 1958. That led to stints on the optical printer, doing animation and shooting titles for the Cinesound Review newsreel.

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Q&A With Michael Robinson Chávez

Michael Robinson Chávez has been a photographer at The Los Angeles Times since 2007. Prior to that, he worked for The Washington Post, The Boston Globe and the Associated Press. He has covered assignments in over 50 countries

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Q&A With Danie Sprague

Danie Sprague never set out to become a professional Picture Editor. In fact she really wanted to fly big planes when she grew up.... but she's been visually inspired by all kinds of images, photography and artworks for as long as she can remember.

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Q&A With John McDonald

John McDonald is an art critic for the Sydney Morning Herald & film critic for the Australian Financial Review. Beyond these gigs, he remains a freelancer who can write for any venue, except the Murdoch press.

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Q&A with Ben Lowy

Benjamin Lowy is a New York based photojournalist. He began his career covering the Iraq War in 2003. He has received numerous awards from World Press Photo, POYi, PDN, Communication Arts, and American Photography.

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Q&A With Stephen Banham

Letters are Stephen Banham's thing. Their meaning, their shape and the spaces around them. His job as a typographer, lecturer and writer enables him to appreciate all of these elements.

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Q&A With Sean Izzard

Sean Izzard is co-founder of The POOL COLLECTIVE. “I don’t really run with a title. It’s very much a collaborative beast, and we don’t have much emphasis on hierarchy.”

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