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The Work We Do is a podcast about people building meaningful careers by doing what they love.Victoria Stoyanova speaks with entrepreneurs, scientists, chefs, curators, architects and educators - the new voices of our work culture.

Latest Episodes

Google's Sarah Drinkwater on the power of communities

This conversation explores the leadership, power of communities, using technology for good, styles of leadership, the growth of the creative and tech community (in London and beyond), and the rise of the creative generalists who will lead the future of work.

38 MIN2018 APR 21
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Google's Sarah Drinkwater on the power of communities

AngelList's Philipp Moehring - Berlin over London

For the last three years, Philipp has been running all things Europe at AngleList. AngelList is the tech community’s favourite platform where companies can raise money, investors can find startups and people can find jobs at startups around the world. I met Philipp five years ago when he was Principal at Seedcamp - Europe’s best known seed investment fund. This time we meet in Berlin where I was attending Tech Open Air - a great technology conference taking place very year in Europe’s new favourite destination. We talk about work and life in Berlin (in comparison to London), designing a healthy lifestyle and our community's shared responsibility when it comes to reducing the cases of harassment in tech.

35 MIN2018 MAR 6
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AngelList's Philipp Moehring - Berlin over London

Travis King from Remote Year on having the best job in the world

This is the last episodes of the Chateau La Salle series recorded in Burgundy this October. Travis and I are sitting on the floor of one of the oldest libraries we’ve been in, drinking coffee and chatting about what it’s like to live your dream life. Travel and adventure have always been a huge part of Travis’ life. He lived the Caribbean, worked as a kayak guide in Alaska, worked at world’s largest dragon fruit farm in Hawaii and ended up joining Remote Year. Remote year is a company allowing you to travel the wold for a year spending each month in a different city while working and living with 70 other professionals. Travis joined the company when it only had seven employees (now they are more than 150). He was flown to Ko Pha-Ngan for an interview, then to Japan for his training and is been having the best job in the world for the last two years. Travis is Remote Year's Manager of Community Development - he takes care of community dynamics and makes sure people have the best ...

40 MIN2018 JAN 16
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Travis King from Remote Year on having the best job in the world

Seb Camilleri and Duncan Woods on making mindfulness magazine SATORI

SATORI is a printed journal which aims to be a place for quietness, contemplation, and inspiration. The magazine is filled with thought provoking articles and breathtaking imagery that aim to improve the reader’s mental wellbeing. Victoria sits down with Seb and Duncan, the co-founders of the magazine to find out more about the process and philosophy behind it.

34 MIN2017 DEC 28
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Seb Camilleri and Duncan Woods on making mindfulness magazine SATORI

Will Mercer: Why I left London to renovate an 1870s chateau in Burgundy

A scientist by education and strategist by training, Will just left his stable London life behind to move to an 1870s chateau in Burgundy, France. For those who listened to the previous episode with Jessica, Will is the other founder of La Salle, a space to relax, recharge and meet interesting people. Hear Will’s story from starting a club night with a drug dealer to following the corporate route at Lloyds bank and from running strategy for coworking group the Trampery to quitting his job to move to a village in France.

30 MIN2017 NOV 8
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Will Mercer: Why I left London to renovate an 1870s chateau in Burgundy

Jessica de la Chesnais on turning an 1870 chateau into the creative space of our dreams

Jessica de la Chesnais is the co-founder of La Salle, a stunning space designed to nurture creativity. When London life got too busy and overwhelming, she decided to spend some time in the chateau her family built five generations before her. The chateau had been empty for 15 years and Jessica went there looking for stillness, space and silence. She spent months completely by herself drawing, dreaming, dancing and rediscovering what really moves her and excites her. This how Jessica found her true voice and mission. She decided to not only relocate to Burgundy indefinitely, but to renovate the 1870 chateau and turn it into a space for people to relax, recharge and meet interesting people. In October 2017, Jessica and her co-founder William Mercer invited 80 people - dancers, producers, investors, designers, chefs, strategists, artists - experience and community designers who could help them shape the future of their project La Salle.

25 MIN2017 OCT 9
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Jessica de la Chesnais on turning an 1870 chateau into the creative space of our dreams

Jody Orsborn on staying inspired... and starting a Bruce Springsteen covers band

Jody Orsborn is co-founder of The Backscratchers, a company connecting brands with the best freelancers out there. From building DJ decks with built in fridges to making human-shaped drones fly, they work with clients like Red Bull, Twitter, Spotify, Unilever and BBH.

44 MIN2017 SEP 25
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Jody Orsborn on staying inspired... and starting a Bruce Springsteen covers band

Instagram's Niran Vinod on flow, ruthless discipline, and watering the plants

As a creative strategist for Instagram, Niran works with brands and agencies to help them maximise the creative potential of the platform. Bringing together photography, design and technology for brands is nothing new for Niran - he has bridged the worlds of commerce, content and community for nearly 10 years. In this episode we talk about working at Facebook, finding flow through ruthless prioritisation and learning to ask for what we want.

29 MIN2017 SEP 11
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Instagram's Niran Vinod on flow, ruthless discipline, and watering the plants

Food photographer Joe Sarah on starting a movement, staying ambitious and learning from the best

Food photographer Joe Sarah has worked with the biggest food names from Jamie Oliver to Heston Blumenthal. We talk about resilience and ambition, Berlin as a creative canvas, and Root to Flower - the food movement Joe is establishing with artist Charles Michel.

47 MIN2017 AUG 21
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Food photographer Joe Sarah on starting a movement, staying ambitious and learning from the best

Artist Anthony Burrill on cultivating a life of inquisitiveness, optimism and joy

Graphic artist, print-maker and designer Anthony Burrill doesn't need an introduction. His bold and optimistic text-based work is held in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York. His famous letterpress poster “Work Hard and Be Nice to People” has become a mantra for the creative community around the world. Today we talk about having a creative/life partner, keeping ideas simple and the art of optimism.

36 MIN2017 AUG 7
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Artist Anthony Burrill on cultivating a life of inquisitiveness, optimism and joy

Latest Episodes

Google's Sarah Drinkwater on the power of communities

This conversation explores the leadership, power of communities, using technology for good, styles of leadership, the growth of the creative and tech community (in London and beyond), and the rise of the creative generalists who will lead the future of work.

38 MIN2018 APR 21
Comments
Google's Sarah Drinkwater on the power of communities

AngelList's Philipp Moehring - Berlin over London

For the last three years, Philipp has been running all things Europe at AngleList. AngelList is the tech community’s favourite platform where companies can raise money, investors can find startups and people can find jobs at startups around the world. I met Philipp five years ago when he was Principal at Seedcamp - Europe’s best known seed investment fund. This time we meet in Berlin where I was attending Tech Open Air - a great technology conference taking place very year in Europe’s new favourite destination. We talk about work and life in Berlin (in comparison to London), designing a healthy lifestyle and our community's shared responsibility when it comes to reducing the cases of harassment in tech.

35 MIN2018 MAR 6
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AngelList's Philipp Moehring - Berlin over London

Travis King from Remote Year on having the best job in the world

This is the last episodes of the Chateau La Salle series recorded in Burgundy this October. Travis and I are sitting on the floor of one of the oldest libraries we’ve been in, drinking coffee and chatting about what it’s like to live your dream life. Travel and adventure have always been a huge part of Travis’ life. He lived the Caribbean, worked as a kayak guide in Alaska, worked at world’s largest dragon fruit farm in Hawaii and ended up joining Remote Year. Remote year is a company allowing you to travel the wold for a year spending each month in a different city while working and living with 70 other professionals. Travis joined the company when it only had seven employees (now they are more than 150). He was flown to Ko Pha-Ngan for an interview, then to Japan for his training and is been having the best job in the world for the last two years. Travis is Remote Year's Manager of Community Development - he takes care of community dynamics and makes sure people have the best ...

40 MIN2018 JAN 16
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Travis King from Remote Year on having the best job in the world

Seb Camilleri and Duncan Woods on making mindfulness magazine SATORI

SATORI is a printed journal which aims to be a place for quietness, contemplation, and inspiration. The magazine is filled with thought provoking articles and breathtaking imagery that aim to improve the reader’s mental wellbeing. Victoria sits down with Seb and Duncan, the co-founders of the magazine to find out more about the process and philosophy behind it.

34 MIN2017 DEC 28
Comments
Seb Camilleri and Duncan Woods on making mindfulness magazine SATORI

Will Mercer: Why I left London to renovate an 1870s chateau in Burgundy

A scientist by education and strategist by training, Will just left his stable London life behind to move to an 1870s chateau in Burgundy, France. For those who listened to the previous episode with Jessica, Will is the other founder of La Salle, a space to relax, recharge and meet interesting people. Hear Will’s story from starting a club night with a drug dealer to following the corporate route at Lloyds bank and from running strategy for coworking group the Trampery to quitting his job to move to a village in France.

30 MIN2017 NOV 8
Comments
Will Mercer: Why I left London to renovate an 1870s chateau in Burgundy

Jessica de la Chesnais on turning an 1870 chateau into the creative space of our dreams

Jessica de la Chesnais is the co-founder of La Salle, a stunning space designed to nurture creativity. When London life got too busy and overwhelming, she decided to spend some time in the chateau her family built five generations before her. The chateau had been empty for 15 years and Jessica went there looking for stillness, space and silence. She spent months completely by herself drawing, dreaming, dancing and rediscovering what really moves her and excites her. This how Jessica found her true voice and mission. She decided to not only relocate to Burgundy indefinitely, but to renovate the 1870 chateau and turn it into a space for people to relax, recharge and meet interesting people. In October 2017, Jessica and her co-founder William Mercer invited 80 people - dancers, producers, investors, designers, chefs, strategists, artists - experience and community designers who could help them shape the future of their project La Salle.

25 MIN2017 OCT 9
Comments
Jessica de la Chesnais on turning an 1870 chateau into the creative space of our dreams

Jody Orsborn on staying inspired... and starting a Bruce Springsteen covers band

Jody Orsborn is co-founder of The Backscratchers, a company connecting brands with the best freelancers out there. From building DJ decks with built in fridges to making human-shaped drones fly, they work with clients like Red Bull, Twitter, Spotify, Unilever and BBH.

44 MIN2017 SEP 25
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Jody Orsborn on staying inspired... and starting a Bruce Springsteen covers band

Instagram's Niran Vinod on flow, ruthless discipline, and watering the plants

As a creative strategist for Instagram, Niran works with brands and agencies to help them maximise the creative potential of the platform. Bringing together photography, design and technology for brands is nothing new for Niran - he has bridged the worlds of commerce, content and community for nearly 10 years. In this episode we talk about working at Facebook, finding flow through ruthless prioritisation and learning to ask for what we want.

29 MIN2017 SEP 11
Comments
Instagram's Niran Vinod on flow, ruthless discipline, and watering the plants

Food photographer Joe Sarah on starting a movement, staying ambitious and learning from the best

Food photographer Joe Sarah has worked with the biggest food names from Jamie Oliver to Heston Blumenthal. We talk about resilience and ambition, Berlin as a creative canvas, and Root to Flower - the food movement Joe is establishing with artist Charles Michel.

47 MIN2017 AUG 21
Comments
Food photographer Joe Sarah on starting a movement, staying ambitious and learning from the best

Artist Anthony Burrill on cultivating a life of inquisitiveness, optimism and joy

Graphic artist, print-maker and designer Anthony Burrill doesn't need an introduction. His bold and optimistic text-based work is held in the permanent collections of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London and the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in New York. His famous letterpress poster “Work Hard and Be Nice to People” has become a mantra for the creative community around the world. Today we talk about having a creative/life partner, keeping ideas simple and the art of optimism.

36 MIN2017 AUG 7
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Artist Anthony Burrill on cultivating a life of inquisitiveness, optimism and joy
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