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Welcome to the SEEMO podcast! Join our host Alex Semenzato on this weekly podcast that aims to help you see more. Our mission is to seek out extraordinary people, have intriguing conversations and explore what we can learn about creativity, productivity, workflow, mental health, different points of view, side-hustles, self-improvement, grit, screwing up, cleaning up, laughing, thinking, loving and everything else that matters! Instagram: @seemo_presents

Latest Episodes

Live Panel: Culture, Collaboration and Creativity with Bacardi, Talenthouse, Trippin' & TwelveA.M

EThis week I am sharing a special episode as it is a live recording from a recent Seemo event at Shoreditch House in London. The title of the event was 'Cuture, Collaboration and Creativity' and we had a stellar line-up - including Fabio Ruffet (Regional Brand Director, Bacardi Rum Europe - OJ Deady, Creative Director, TwelveA.M - Sam Blenkinsopp CEO & Co-founder of Trippin’ and Laura Campbell VP, Global Brand Partnerships of Talenthouse) The format of the evening was to have each panellist showcase a recent campaign that was true to being authentic and representing cultures in a collaborative way. Then we sit down for an insightful discussion followed by Q&A.

68 MIN2019 NOV 28
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Live Panel: Culture, Collaboration and Creativity with Bacardi, Talenthouse, Trippin' & TwelveA.M

Unblock, Unlock, Unleash the BOOM! with Scott Morrison

EScott Morrison has fuelled his passion of creativity and culture at some of the world’s most demanding, creative and culturally diverse brands including Saatchi and Saatchi, Wieden and Kennedy, Nike, Levi’s, Activision and Diesel. Today, Scott continues to learn from some of the world’s freshest startup thinkers and leaders at brands who inspire the new, the innovative and the slightly mad. Taking all that experience, Scott travels around the world meeting with senior stakeholders to unleash the BOOM! Hosting workshops and keynotes with brands such as Starbucks, Red Bull, Absolut, TK Maxx and ITV to name a few - to think in an innovate way about their business challenges. He is not interested in the fluff - and encourages clarity of the challenge and tangible actions to move the business forward. Scott believes the right people, the right environment and the right tools deliver the best results every time. In this episode we discuss Scott’s career and some campaign highlights and learnings, the power of culture at work and how to adapt in a new job, going from agency side to client-side, rigour in business, diversity, how brands are becoming platforms for positive change and Scott’s practical tips on how we can all unlock our creativity.

70 MIN2019 NOV 14
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Unblock, Unlock, Unleash the BOOM! with Scott Morrison

Art of Empathetic Collaboration with Reuben Christian

EReuben works as a comedian, speaker, and facilitator and has over a decade's experience creating and hosting edutainment shows (live, online and podcast based) that encourage the next generation to explore their authentic potential. He's worked with the BBC, Channel 4, Virgin Media, Pearsons, and TEDX to name a few companies and hosted everything from intimate live music nights and comedy shows to larger entrepreneurial debates and festivals, whilst on this mission. Combining all his experience, Reuben now creates and host transformative experiences through Dream Rehab – helping companies and individuals achieve their goals through practical means, with a massive focus on the art of empathetic collaboration. In this episode, we discuss his career to date, being a comedian, the highs and lows of working on TV and Radio, creating a community for men's fashion, the importance of your mental health and Reuben shares his practical tips for anyone looking to achieve their goals.

49 MIN2019 NOV 5
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Art of Empathetic Collaboration with Reuben Christian

Empowering Creators with Sherry Collins

ESherry Collins founded The Pitch Fanzine in 2015, a movement challenging inequality, discrimination and the lack of diversity in the creative industries, while simultaneously showcasing outstanding contemporary talent in its publication Pitch. Published four times per year, talent such as creatives, directors, photographers, brand founders, animators, illustrators, producers and multi-disciplinary artists, are showcased in Pitch. Copies are distributed to an exclusive, hand-picked, targeted list of influencers and decision-makers in the creative industry. In 2017, Sherry launched the Pitch 100 Superwomen initiative, the yearly list of women working behind the scenes in the creative industry making things happen. Sherry also launched Pitch Futures in 2017 to inspire and educate primary school children about the opportunities available to them in the creative industry. In this episode, we learn how Sherry has developed Pitch Fanzine, we talk about the latest issue 'Pitch Cool' and the...

45 MIN2019 OCT 24
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Empowering Creators with Sherry Collins

Challenging the Stereotype with Sara Samra

ESara Samra is an artist and fashion designer of the emerging brand Askaris, that is changing the narrative of Muslim women and making a stance for the fearless. In this episode, we discuss how Sara has been inspired by the history of Eritrea and the fearlessness of the women, why it’s important to educate the new generation on how to break down the stereotypes, why you just have to start with your idea and how Sara plans to empower women through a series of events, exhibitions and school workshops.

33 MIN2019 OCT 17
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Challenging the Stereotype with Sara Samra

Micro-Dating & Guerrilla Marketing with George Rawlings

EGeorge Rawlings is CEO & Co-Founder of Honeypot - the “worlds first micro-dating app”. It’s dating done differently. Check-in to areas known as Honeypots and meet people there and then for a short date. This new geo-fence dating app connects singles in person, meaning it only works when you're inside a specific area aka the honeypot. George has recently been going viral on LinkedIn in the London area with his very cost-effective guerrilla marketing tactics that have dramatically generated awareness and increased app downloads whilst putting a smile on peoples faces! In this hilarious episode, George describes his career to date, where the idea for Honeypot came from, how he has evolved the brand with his co-founder, the importance of cutting through the noise and the strategies behind the guerrilla marketing tactics and what the future beholds.

52 MIN2019 OCT 10
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Micro-Dating & Guerrilla Marketing with George Rawlings

GUAP - Creative Youth Platform with Ibrahim Kamara

Ibrahim Kamara is a digital entrepreneur and co-founder of GUAP, which has grown from the world’s first video magazine to becoming a multi-platform youth media brand, covering all aspects of creativity and culture. In the last few years, he has become an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker and investor. Some achievements include being honoured as a “Digital Pioneer” by The Mayor Of London for his work in entrepreneurship in digital media and also named in the top 100 most influential BAME leaders in the UK Tech Sector published in the Financial Times. GUAP has partnered with major brands including Nike, Adidas, The Evening Standard, NME, BBC 1xtra, ICA & many more. In this episode we learn about how GUAP was founded and how it has evolved, the importance of creative collaboration, representing communities and culture in an authentic way and how to keep your mind level as an entrepreneur.

43 MIN2019 OCT 3
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GUAP - Creative Youth Platform with Ibrahim Kamara

Increasing Diversity and Inclusion with Sereena Abbassi

ESereena Abbassi is the Worldwide Head of Culture & Inclusion at M&C Saatchi Group and is committed to creating organisational transformation that is grounded in creative and strategic thinking. Sereena is of the firm belief that the advertising industry has the power to transform and inspire a more connected world; as the industry is in a unique position that allows space for all of our individual and collective experiences to be brought together and shared, and where all our distinct nuances have the opportunity to be celebrated. Last year, Sereena was nominated as one of Campaign's 50 Trailblazers of the Future and Stars of 2018, Pitch Magazines 100 Creative Superwomen, and The Dots 100 top Black Creatives. In this episode we learn about Sereena’s current role, her upbringing, living abroad, the importance of culture, diversity and inclusion, her tips for anyone looking to set up inclusive initiatives in their own business and why happiness is key.

44 MIN2019 SEP 19
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Increasing Diversity and Inclusion with Sereena Abbassi

Building a Fashion Brand with John Homme and Fahi Islam

EJohn Homme and Fahi Islam are Co-Founders of Apollonia Studios, an independent fashion brand that also serves as a contemporary design studio to create and produce pieces that are ethically sourced, high quality, long-lasting and slot nicely into the wardrobe of those that desire something a little less ordinary. They started with simple graphic t-shirts printed on high-quality organic cotton, to outerwear and accessories for both men and women. In this episode, we discuss the steps to take when building a fashion brand, why it’s important to extend beyond the product and create a holistic approach to your brand, the process of production, where they find their inspiration and how to keep motivated when doing your side hustle.

59 MIN2019 SEP 12
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Building a Fashion Brand with John Homme and Fahi Islam

Mapping Your Art Career with Chase Langford

EChase Langford is a Los Angeles-based painter, having studied cartography at UC Santa Barbara, earning a BA in Geography. Chase has invented a distinctive visual language that is grounded in the natural and built environment. His impactful work recalls maps and aerial photography of sea coasts, mountains, farmland and cities through a calculated execution and craftsmanship. In this episode, Chase shares a lot of insight into how he became an artist, how he managed the duality of his lifestyle, the process of getting recognised and represented by art galleries and how sometimes the best way to start out is to just host a few parties in your living room!

58 MIN2019 SEP 6
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Mapping Your Art Career with Chase Langford

Latest Episodes

Live Panel: Culture, Collaboration and Creativity with Bacardi, Talenthouse, Trippin' & TwelveA.M

EThis week I am sharing a special episode as it is a live recording from a recent Seemo event at Shoreditch House in London. The title of the event was 'Cuture, Collaboration and Creativity' and we had a stellar line-up - including Fabio Ruffet (Regional Brand Director, Bacardi Rum Europe - OJ Deady, Creative Director, TwelveA.M - Sam Blenkinsopp CEO & Co-founder of Trippin’ and Laura Campbell VP, Global Brand Partnerships of Talenthouse) The format of the evening was to have each panellist showcase a recent campaign that was true to being authentic and representing cultures in a collaborative way. Then we sit down for an insightful discussion followed by Q&A.

68 MIN2019 NOV 28
Comments
Live Panel: Culture, Collaboration and Creativity with Bacardi, Talenthouse, Trippin' & TwelveA.M

Unblock, Unlock, Unleash the BOOM! with Scott Morrison

EScott Morrison has fuelled his passion of creativity and culture at some of the world’s most demanding, creative and culturally diverse brands including Saatchi and Saatchi, Wieden and Kennedy, Nike, Levi’s, Activision and Diesel. Today, Scott continues to learn from some of the world’s freshest startup thinkers and leaders at brands who inspire the new, the innovative and the slightly mad. Taking all that experience, Scott travels around the world meeting with senior stakeholders to unleash the BOOM! Hosting workshops and keynotes with brands such as Starbucks, Red Bull, Absolut, TK Maxx and ITV to name a few - to think in an innovate way about their business challenges. He is not interested in the fluff - and encourages clarity of the challenge and tangible actions to move the business forward. Scott believes the right people, the right environment and the right tools deliver the best results every time. In this episode we discuss Scott’s career and some campaign highlights and learnings, the power of culture at work and how to adapt in a new job, going from agency side to client-side, rigour in business, diversity, how brands are becoming platforms for positive change and Scott’s practical tips on how we can all unlock our creativity.

70 MIN2019 NOV 14
Comments
Unblock, Unlock, Unleash the BOOM! with Scott Morrison

Art of Empathetic Collaboration with Reuben Christian

EReuben works as a comedian, speaker, and facilitator and has over a decade's experience creating and hosting edutainment shows (live, online and podcast based) that encourage the next generation to explore their authentic potential. He's worked with the BBC, Channel 4, Virgin Media, Pearsons, and TEDX to name a few companies and hosted everything from intimate live music nights and comedy shows to larger entrepreneurial debates and festivals, whilst on this mission. Combining all his experience, Reuben now creates and host transformative experiences through Dream Rehab – helping companies and individuals achieve their goals through practical means, with a massive focus on the art of empathetic collaboration. In this episode, we discuss his career to date, being a comedian, the highs and lows of working on TV and Radio, creating a community for men's fashion, the importance of your mental health and Reuben shares his practical tips for anyone looking to achieve their goals.

49 MIN2019 NOV 5
Comments
Art of Empathetic Collaboration with Reuben Christian

Empowering Creators with Sherry Collins

ESherry Collins founded The Pitch Fanzine in 2015, a movement challenging inequality, discrimination and the lack of diversity in the creative industries, while simultaneously showcasing outstanding contemporary talent in its publication Pitch. Published four times per year, talent such as creatives, directors, photographers, brand founders, animators, illustrators, producers and multi-disciplinary artists, are showcased in Pitch. Copies are distributed to an exclusive, hand-picked, targeted list of influencers and decision-makers in the creative industry. In 2017, Sherry launched the Pitch 100 Superwomen initiative, the yearly list of women working behind the scenes in the creative industry making things happen. Sherry also launched Pitch Futures in 2017 to inspire and educate primary school children about the opportunities available to them in the creative industry. In this episode, we learn how Sherry has developed Pitch Fanzine, we talk about the latest issue 'Pitch Cool' and the...

45 MIN2019 OCT 24
Comments
Empowering Creators with Sherry Collins

Challenging the Stereotype with Sara Samra

ESara Samra is an artist and fashion designer of the emerging brand Askaris, that is changing the narrative of Muslim women and making a stance for the fearless. In this episode, we discuss how Sara has been inspired by the history of Eritrea and the fearlessness of the women, why it’s important to educate the new generation on how to break down the stereotypes, why you just have to start with your idea and how Sara plans to empower women through a series of events, exhibitions and school workshops.

33 MIN2019 OCT 17
Comments
Challenging the Stereotype with Sara Samra

Micro-Dating & Guerrilla Marketing with George Rawlings

EGeorge Rawlings is CEO & Co-Founder of Honeypot - the “worlds first micro-dating app”. It’s dating done differently. Check-in to areas known as Honeypots and meet people there and then for a short date. This new geo-fence dating app connects singles in person, meaning it only works when you're inside a specific area aka the honeypot. George has recently been going viral on LinkedIn in the London area with his very cost-effective guerrilla marketing tactics that have dramatically generated awareness and increased app downloads whilst putting a smile on peoples faces! In this hilarious episode, George describes his career to date, where the idea for Honeypot came from, how he has evolved the brand with his co-founder, the importance of cutting through the noise and the strategies behind the guerrilla marketing tactics and what the future beholds.

52 MIN2019 OCT 10
Comments
Micro-Dating & Guerrilla Marketing with George Rawlings

GUAP - Creative Youth Platform with Ibrahim Kamara

Ibrahim Kamara is a digital entrepreneur and co-founder of GUAP, which has grown from the world’s first video magazine to becoming a multi-platform youth media brand, covering all aspects of creativity and culture. In the last few years, he has become an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker and investor. Some achievements include being honoured as a “Digital Pioneer” by The Mayor Of London for his work in entrepreneurship in digital media and also named in the top 100 most influential BAME leaders in the UK Tech Sector published in the Financial Times. GUAP has partnered with major brands including Nike, Adidas, The Evening Standard, NME, BBC 1xtra, ICA & many more. In this episode we learn about how GUAP was founded and how it has evolved, the importance of creative collaboration, representing communities and culture in an authentic way and how to keep your mind level as an entrepreneur.

43 MIN2019 OCT 3
Comments
GUAP - Creative Youth Platform with Ibrahim Kamara

Increasing Diversity and Inclusion with Sereena Abbassi

ESereena Abbassi is the Worldwide Head of Culture & Inclusion at M&C Saatchi Group and is committed to creating organisational transformation that is grounded in creative and strategic thinking. Sereena is of the firm belief that the advertising industry has the power to transform and inspire a more connected world; as the industry is in a unique position that allows space for all of our individual and collective experiences to be brought together and shared, and where all our distinct nuances have the opportunity to be celebrated. Last year, Sereena was nominated as one of Campaign's 50 Trailblazers of the Future and Stars of 2018, Pitch Magazines 100 Creative Superwomen, and The Dots 100 top Black Creatives. In this episode we learn about Sereena’s current role, her upbringing, living abroad, the importance of culture, diversity and inclusion, her tips for anyone looking to set up inclusive initiatives in their own business and why happiness is key.

44 MIN2019 SEP 19
Comments
Increasing Diversity and Inclusion with Sereena Abbassi

Building a Fashion Brand with John Homme and Fahi Islam

EJohn Homme and Fahi Islam are Co-Founders of Apollonia Studios, an independent fashion brand that also serves as a contemporary design studio to create and produce pieces that are ethically sourced, high quality, long-lasting and slot nicely into the wardrobe of those that desire something a little less ordinary. They started with simple graphic t-shirts printed on high-quality organic cotton, to outerwear and accessories for both men and women. In this episode, we discuss the steps to take when building a fashion brand, why it’s important to extend beyond the product and create a holistic approach to your brand, the process of production, where they find their inspiration and how to keep motivated when doing your side hustle.

59 MIN2019 SEP 12
Comments
Building a Fashion Brand with John Homme and Fahi Islam

Mapping Your Art Career with Chase Langford

EChase Langford is a Los Angeles-based painter, having studied cartography at UC Santa Barbara, earning a BA in Geography. Chase has invented a distinctive visual language that is grounded in the natural and built environment. His impactful work recalls maps and aerial photography of sea coasts, mountains, farmland and cities through a calculated execution and craftsmanship. In this episode, Chase shares a lot of insight into how he became an artist, how he managed the duality of his lifestyle, the process of getting recognised and represented by art galleries and how sometimes the best way to start out is to just host a few parties in your living room!

58 MIN2019 SEP 6
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Mapping Your Art Career with Chase Langford
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