Over the last several years a major trend we’ve recognized is brands seeking to develop and refine their in-house creative capabilities. As a small and seasoned creative agency, we’ve had the unique opportunity of collaborating closely with a number of in-house teams at brands such as Postmates, Lululemon, Shinola, and SoulCycle. Within this report you will uncover a glimpse into how we think, but more importantly how a decision maker can improve their in-house team and bring the best creative work possible to market.
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In Volume 2, Supervising Producer of Condé Nast and Head of Content at Afrochella Tiffany Bender sheds light on the importance of authentic representation and illuminates the role of history in generating creativity
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With a penchant for pushing creative boundaries, Milk Co-Founder Mazdack Rassi discusses the process of building a business, the power of communication, and the importance of equality in collaboration
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We spoke to the bold and expressive content creator Clara Perlmutter, AKA @tinyjewishgirl, about the correlation between values and meaningful work, Bruce Willis as a form of inspiration, and some of the things she cherishes most
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With a mission to reduce our environmental impact, Dirty Labs Co-Founder David Watkins underscores the value of collaboration and optimization in creating innovative, sustainable solutions
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Visual Dispatches is a look behind the lens; an exploration of inspiration and the creative journey. Our sixth volume features photographer and creative director Luca A. Caizzi
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We sat down with Sincere, a mainstay in the photography and hip-hop space to speak about his signature in-motion portraits, the importance of taking risks in life, and disposable film’s return to the mainstream.