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Hosted by Omid Farhang, Chief Creative Officer at Momentum, this bi-monthly show is Omid’s selfish excuse to get the marketing industry’s most admired leaders to share advice, reveal process and routines, maybe tell a few stories, hopefully uplift a few cynics, and divulge secrets to a fulfilling career. In partnership with The One Club, and JSM Music.

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Season Finale: David Droga

David Droga is Founder and Creative Chairman of Droga5, one of the most successful and influential agencies of the past decade. To date, Droga is the most awarded creative of all time at Cannes, with over 70 Lions, and six Grand Prix wins. He is the youngest person ever inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame. In 2017, he received the Cannes Lifetime Achievement Award, the Lion of St. Mark. At 18, Droga began his career in the mailroom of Grey in Sydney. By 22, he was partner and ECD at OMON, winning Australian Agency of the Year twice. By age 29, he was ECD of Saatchi & Saatchi London, earning Agency of the Year honors from Cannes, Ad Age and Adweek. In 2003, he moved to New York City to become the first-ever Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of the Publicis Network. In 2006, David launched Droga5. Just over a decade later for clients including Under Armour, Chase Bank, The New York Times, Cover Girl, Prudential and Hennessy, Droga5 has been named Agency of the Year multip...

80 MIN2018 NOV 13
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Season Finale: David Droga

Justin Gignac

Justin Gignac is co-founder of Working Not Working, the preeminent networking site where freelance creatives and companies go to connect. It has become an essential and transformative tool for thousands in the freelance community. Hundreds of companies now use Working Not Working to source talent, including Apple, Google, Droga5, Wieden+Kennedy, Airbnb, Kickstarter, IDEO, The New York Times, and Momentum. Prior to starting Working Not Working, Justin was an award-winning Art Director best known for helping create the legendary "Elf Yourself," unleashing the world's elf fetish, with over 1.5 billion elves created since 2006. He also gained notoriety for his various art projects, including "NYC Garbage." He's been named to the Creativity 50, and featured in publications including AdAge, Time and Fast Company.

58 MIN2018 OCT 24
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Jeff Kling

Jeff Kling was Chief Creative Officer of Fallon until May of 2018, when he resigned his post. Jeff joined Fallon in 2012, where he led successful campaigns like "Get Your Taxes Won" for H&R Block starring John Hamm, and Arby's "We Have The Meats." Prior to Fallon, Jeff was ECD at Euro RSCG (now Havas), where he created the now mythic "Most Interesting Man Alive" campaign for Dos Equis. From 1996 to 2003 Jeff worked at Wieden+Kennedy, where he authored the famed Miller High Life campaign shot by Errol Morris. He later returned to Wieden as ECD of Amsterdam, where he helped create Nike "Write the Future." Jeff has received every major industry award. He was named "Copywriter of the Year" three times by the AICP. Last year, Forbes featured him in a piece titled "14 Creative Directors You Should Have on Your Speed Dial."

78 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Latest Episodes

Season Finale: David Droga

David Droga is Founder and Creative Chairman of Droga5, one of the most successful and influential agencies of the past decade. To date, Droga is the most awarded creative of all time at Cannes, with over 70 Lions, and six Grand Prix wins. He is the youngest person ever inducted into the Art Directors Club Hall of Fame. In 2017, he received the Cannes Lifetime Achievement Award, the Lion of St. Mark. At 18, Droga began his career in the mailroom of Grey in Sydney. By 22, he was partner and ECD at OMON, winning Australian Agency of the Year twice. By age 29, he was ECD of Saatchi & Saatchi London, earning Agency of the Year honors from Cannes, Ad Age and Adweek. In 2003, he moved to New York City to become the first-ever Worldwide Chief Creative Officer of the Publicis Network. In 2006, David launched Droga5. Just over a decade later for clients including Under Armour, Chase Bank, The New York Times, Cover Girl, Prudential and Hennessy, Droga5 has been named Agency of the Year multip...

80 MIN2018 NOV 13
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Season Finale: David Droga

Justin Gignac

Justin Gignac is co-founder of Working Not Working, the preeminent networking site where freelance creatives and companies go to connect. It has become an essential and transformative tool for thousands in the freelance community. Hundreds of companies now use Working Not Working to source talent, including Apple, Google, Droga5, Wieden+Kennedy, Airbnb, Kickstarter, IDEO, The New York Times, and Momentum. Prior to starting Working Not Working, Justin was an award-winning Art Director best known for helping create the legendary "Elf Yourself," unleashing the world's elf fetish, with over 1.5 billion elves created since 2006. He also gained notoriety for his various art projects, including "NYC Garbage." He's been named to the Creativity 50, and featured in publications including AdAge, Time and Fast Company.

58 MIN2018 OCT 24
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Justin Gignac

Jeff Kling

Jeff Kling was Chief Creative Officer of Fallon until May of 2018, when he resigned his post. Jeff joined Fallon in 2012, where he led successful campaigns like "Get Your Taxes Won" for H&R Block starring John Hamm, and Arby's "We Have The Meats." Prior to Fallon, Jeff was ECD at Euro RSCG (now Havas), where he created the now mythic "Most Interesting Man Alive" campaign for Dos Equis. From 1996 to 2003 Jeff worked at Wieden+Kennedy, where he authored the famed Miller High Life campaign shot by Errol Morris. He later returned to Wieden as ECD of Amsterdam, where he helped create Nike "Write the Future." Jeff has received every major industry award. He was named "Copywriter of the Year" three times by the AICP. Last year, Forbes featured him in a piece titled "14 Creative Directors You Should Have on Your Speed Dial."

78 MIN2018 OCT 10
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Jeff Kling

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