DesignStudio Sydney – Glug x CANNT

Join DesignStudio for DesignStudio Sydney – Glug x CANNT!

Studios in cities all over the world will be hosting events on the same evening – to celebrate creativity, join forces, be together, share ideas, experiences and embrace a ‘default: open’ attitude. The theme for the evening is people who are making a meaningful difference with their work. Speakers are Oli Hammerton and Andy Wright.

Oli Hammerton
Working for some of the top production companies in London, Blink Productions, Epoch Films and Stink, Oliver’s focus was to elevate these companies to lead the way in creative talent. He moved on to become creative and commissioner at EMI Records London, commissioning work for both Virgin and Parlophone records, where he worked on album campaigns for Blur, Graham Coxon, The Pet Shop Boys, Swedish House Mafia, Bat for Lashes and more. More recently Oliver was an Executive Producer at Exit Film working on many award winning campaigns for Google, Tiger Beer, Anchor, Samsung and Skoda to name a few.

Now, as creative and partner of Warren, a growing network who’s work challenge the notions of traditional branding, Oliver is able to explore creative problem solving by means of connecting a diverse and creative network.

Andy Wright
Andy has been working in the creative industry for many years. From running the local offices of global agencies like Interbrand and R/GA, he was also one of the original co-founders of For The People in Sydney.

Andy’s run successful and award-winning projects for GOMA, Australia Post, Telstra and Streamtime. It’s the latter where Andy now spends his time driving the growth and innovation of project management software in the creative industry as Streamtime’s Managing Director as well as having recently started the Creative Community, Never Not Creative.

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Tuesday, 19 June at 6:00pm in Sydney

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