Jacky Winter Gives You The Business

Sinopsis

Jacky Winter Gives You The Business is a weekly podcast hosted by Lara Chan-Baker and Jeremy Wortsman. As Producers at Jacky Winter — a creative production and artist representation studio based in both Melbourne, Australia and New York City — their roles put them right in the centre of the action, in between client and creative, so they get to see all sides of the process. But they want to see more. Joined by special guests from all corners of the industry landscape, they deep dive into the ideas, issues and insights driving the many moving parts of today's creative ecosystem. Shifting format from year to year, Season 8 sees them venturing outside their own industry to explore how others do it. How they conceive of, manage and produce all sorts of creative outputs — from buildings, to shoes, to plays, to documentaries, and all sorts of other things that make up our lives. It all involves production, and together they're exploring what that looks like for different people and companies and what we can learn from them. Join them each week as they highlight a different industry alongside a very special guest. It’s an ongoing exploration of what the hell we’re all doing and why and how we’re doing it.

Episodios

  • 109 - Any updates on this?

    109 - Any updates on this?

    13/03/2020 Duración: 43min

    While Lara is deep into producing our tenth season which will be a dive into the business of illustration, we’re going back to our beloved Open Tabs format for our ninth season.Loosely based on our popular event series with the same name, for the rest of our ninth season, Lara and myself will be coming together each week and going through some of our own open browser tabs, providing an insight into the creative industry from our unique points of view, as well as the google search results that offer an uncomfortably intimate portrait of our inner lives. Or at least mine.Using the internet as our lens, we hope to explore a variety of current events, opinions, and tools to provide thought-provoking conversation for anyone whose job it is to bring creative things to life, but mostly it’s a chance for us to talk a lot of jazz.Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter breaks in yo

  • Keeping that 2x energy

    Keeping that 2x energy

    06/03/2020 Duración: 38min

    While Lara is deep into producing our tenth season which will be a deep dive into the business of illustration, we’re going back to our beloved Open Tabs format for our ninth season.Loosely based on our popular event series with the same name, for the rest of our ninth season, Lara and myself will be coming together each week and going through some of our own open browser tabs, providing an insight into the creative industry from our unique points of view, as well as the google search results that offer an uncomfortably intimate portrait of our inner lives. Or at least mine.Using the internet as our lens, we hope to explore a variety of current events, opinions, and tools to provide thought-provoking conversation for anyone whose job it is to bring creative things to life, but mostly it’s a chance for us to talk a lot of claptrap.Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter bre

  • 107 - Roast potatoes for the people

    107 - Roast potatoes for the people

    28/02/2020 Duración: 34min

    While Lara is deep into producing our tenth season which will be a deep dive into the business of illustration, we’re going back to our beloved Open Tabs format for our ninth season.Loosely based on our popular event series with the same name, for the rest of our ninth season, Lara and myself will be coming together each week and going through some of our own open browser tabs, providing an insight into the creative industry from our unique points of view, as well as the google search results that offer an uncomfortably intimate portrait of our inner lives. Or at least mine.Using the internet as our lens, we hope to explore a variety of current events, opinions, and tools to provide thought-provoking conversation for anyone whose job it is to bring creative things to life, but mostly it’s a chance for us to talk a lot of claptrap.Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter bre

  • 106 - Ramekin – fantastic word, fantastic vessel.

    106 - Ramekin – fantastic word, fantastic vessel.

    21/02/2020 Duración: 33min

    While Lara is deep into producing our tenth season which will be a deep dive into the business of illustration, we’re going back to our beloved Open Tabs format for our ninth season.Loosely based on our popular event series with the same name, for the rest of our ninth season, Lara and myself will be coming together each week and going through some of our own open browser tabs, providing an insight into the creative industry from our unique points of view, as well as the google search results that offer an uncomfortably intimate portrait of our inner lives. Or at least mine.Using the internet as our lens, we hope to explore a variety of current events, opinions, and tools to provide thought-provoking conversation for anyone whose job it is to bring creative things to life, but mostly it’s a chance for us to talk a lot of nonsense.Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter bre

  • 105 - Can you go to Mexico emotionally?

    105 - Can you go to Mexico emotionally?

    14/02/2020 Duración: 24min

    While Lara is deep into producing our tenth season which will be a deep dive into the business of illustration, we’re going back to our beloved Open Tabs format for our ninth season.Loosely based on our popular event series with the same name, for the rest of our ninth season, Lara and myself will be coming together each week and going through some of our own open browser tabs, providing an insight into the creative industry from our unique points of view, as well as the google search results that offer an uncomfortably intimate portrait of our inner lives. Or at least mine.Using the internet as our lens, we hope to explore a variety of current events, opinions, and tools to provide thought-provoking conversation for anyone whose job it is to bring creative things to life, but mostly it’s a chance for us to talk a lot of nonsense.Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter bre

  • 104 - Energy drink aesthetic

    104 - Energy drink aesthetic

    07/02/2020 Duración: 29min

    As I teased in the first episode, Lara is beavering away at our tenth season which will be a deep dive into the business of illustration. It’s a pretty fun and ambitious project, but it sadly means we don’t have the time to do the hard-hitting investigative production and research that we normally have the resources to do, so therefore we’re going back to our beloved Open Tabs format for our ninth season.For the next few months as Lara and I put together this new project, we’ll be coming together each week and going through some of our own open tabs, providing an insight into the creative industry from our unique points of view.Using the internet as our lens, we hope to explore a variety of current events, opinions, and tools to provide thought-provoking conversation for anyone whose job it is to bring creative things to life, but mostly it’s a chance for us to talk a lot of shit.Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you c

  • 103 - Step, plant, and kick.

    103 - Step, plant, and kick.

    24/01/2020 Duración: 37min

    Happy beginning of Season 9! For anyone who’s listened to the show from the early days, you’ll know that the format often changes from season to season, as we tackle new topics and get excited about new things.We’re taking a bit of a lighter approach to this season, and going to be going back to our Open Tabs format. Based on a series that we’ve run across two different countries now, Open Tabs is basically a private event that we take to our ad agency clients and run in house. We get four amazing speakers to plug in their laptop and literally go through their open browser tabs. Each speaker gets one minute per tab and a maximum of ten tabs, and it’s a bit of a mashup between pecha kucha and creative mornings, and a whole lot of fun.This season however, with Lara doing a deep dive for our next season, I’m super excited to announce my new co-host for the Season, Rachael Kendrick. Rachael is a London based creative copywriter who’s worked all over the place, including Wieden + Kennedy, AKQA, Huge, Ogilvy and Go

  • 102 - Lost Episode Explanation / End Of Season 8

    102 - Lost Episode Explanation / End Of Season 8

    17/12/2019 Duración: 14min

    Before we get into it – I have two sad things to announce. The first is that this is the last episode of season 8. And what a season it’s been! We’ve learned a lot, and we hope you guys have too.The second thing, which is significantly sadder, is that this short recording you’re hearing today is not what we originally had planned as our season closer. In fact, a few weeks ago we recorded a wonderful interview with a brilliant music producer, Dave McClain, while he was visiting here from New York. Now look, there’s only one way to put what happened next… something fucked up. We don’t know what, who, how or why, but the audio file from that interview was completely ruined. We’ve spent a long time trying to recover it, but the tech gods were not looking out for us. My guess is that Jeremy secretly sabotaged it so I wouldn’t outshine him. All we know is that the interview is gone, Dave is back in New York, and with Jeremy and I both about to take off on summer holidays, there isn’t a huge lot we can do.Except! We

  • 101 - Producing Magazines with Sophie Kalagas

    101 - Producing Magazines with Sophie Kalagas

    29/11/2019 Duración: 38min

    This week, it’s all about Producing Magazines, and I’m thrilled that we’re joined by the absolutely fabulous Sophie Kalagas.Sophie is the Editor of Frankie Magazine – an international, bi-monthly publication based right here in Melbourne that celebrates, inspires and empowers a community of creatively inclined, curious and kind-hearted readers. It covers all sorts of topics across design, art, photography, fashion, travel, music, craft, interiors and real-life stories, and Sophie is responsible for bringing it all together. For Editors, it seems there’s actually a lot of production involved, artfully managing teams of writers, photographers, designers, art directors, and all sorts of other talents, carefully kneading it all into a publication that truly stands out amongst a sea of other titles each and every month – something Sophie does with extraordinary skill. It’s crazy to think that Frankie has been on stands for 15 years now. For a whopping 7 of those, Sophie has been an integral part of making Frankie

  • 100 - Producing Theatre with Michelle Law

    100 - Producing Theatre with Michelle Law

    22/11/2019 Duración: 45min

    This week, it’s all about Producing Theatre, darling, and I’m so excited that we’re joined by the phenomenal Michelle Law.Michelle is a writer and actor based in Sydney. Her talents are amazingly diverse, writing for print, film, television, and theatre. So, just a few reasons why she’s fabulous – Michelle wrote the fantastic play Single Asian Female, which had sold out seasons across Australia; she’s the co-creator, co-writer and co-lead of the SBS series Homecoming Queens; and her writing has been anthologised in numerous books including Women of Letters, Best Australian Comedy Writing and Destroying the Joint. For her incredible work she’s received various awards, including two Australian Writer's Guild AWGIE awards, an Equity Ensemble Award, and the Queensland Premier's Young Publishers and Writers Award. To bring things full circle, several years back Michelle co-wrote the book Shit Asian Mothers Say alongside her brother Ben Law (who was on our show a few seasons ago) which was illustrated by Jacky Wint

  • 099 - Producing Architecture with Imogen Pullar

    099 - Producing Architecture with Imogen Pullar

    15/11/2019 Duración: 45min

    This week, it’s all about Producing Architecture, and I’m delighted to say that we’re joined by the excellent Imogen Pullar.Imogen is an architect based right here in Melbourne. For the better part of a decade, she worked at Nest Architects, which is where we met her while she was working on our, at the time, new Jacky Winter offices! There she was running large-scale projects for government and educational institutions, as well as homes for private clients. Around three years ago, she became a mother and, needing more flexibility in her life, she started her own solo practice. With a particular interest in housing and projects that nurture community and the environment, working on her own practice allows Imogen to focus on the things that are truly important to her, such as having an inclusive design process that broadens the accessibility of architects for all sorts of people; having an ethical approach to her designs, suppliers and materials, to work towards a healthy future for the inhabitants and the wor

  • 098 - Producing Shoes with Vanissa Antonious

    098 - Producing Shoes with Vanissa Antonious

    08/11/2019 Duración: 39min

    This week, it’s all about Producing Shoes, and I’m stoked to say that we’re joined by the remarkable Vanissa Antonious.Vanissa is the co-founder and creative director of the UK-based women’s footwear brand NEOUS, which she launched in 2017. Leading up to that, she spent eight years as a fashion stylist for Harper’s Bazaar Australia and UK, as well as doing freelance styling and consulting. Taking what she’d seen and learnt throughout her successful career, Vanissa knew she could create something unique that women were craving – and let me tell you, I’ve been craving these shoes since she put her first lookbook out. They are stunning and I’ve never seen anything else quite like them. All made in Italy, these shoes are all about accessible, durable, comfortable luxury. Vanissa also happens to be the partner of Jacky Winter artist, Timba Smits, and the two recently collaborated to create the most beautiful printed boot for the new collection. Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen

  • 097 - Producing Live TV with Anna Reeves

    097 - Producing Live TV with Anna Reeves

    01/11/2019 Duración: 45min

    This week, it’s all about Producing Live TV, and I’m very happy to say that we’re joined by the brilliant Anna Reeves.Anna is co-creator and showrunner of That StartUp Show, the award-winning live online TV series focusing on the fast-growing entrepreneurial boom and the culture that surrounds it. Before all that, Anna began her career as a lawyer, working with Australia’s leading media production houses. From there she followed her belief in the power of story, technology and business to be forces for change, working as Campaign Director and Partnerships Manager for various charitable projects. Anna has also worked on company culture transformation programs as a writer and producer, with global organisations such as Qantas, Westpac, KPMG, and Vodafone. Adding even more to her incredible list of accomplishments, Anna recently associate produced her first feature film, The Space Between, which was selected as the Australian entry for the Best Foreign Language Film at the 90th Academy Awards. Alongside That Sta

  • 096 - Producing Video Games with Trent Kusters

    096 - Producing Video Games with Trent Kusters

    25/10/2019 Duración: 52min

    This week, it’s all about Producing Video Games, and we're jazzed to say that we’re joined by the masterful Trent Kusters.Trent is the co-founder and production director of Melbourne-based game developers League of Geeks, responsible for digital role-playing strategy board game and international success story, Armello. He is also on the board of Freeplay (Australia's largest and longest running independent games festival), the chair of RMIT's Program Advisory Committee, a former lecturer at the Victorian College of the Arts, and an industry advisor to DiGRA Australia. A frequent name on the numerous 30 Under 30 lists — by the likes of MCV, Develop, Triple J, the Melbourne Writers Festival, and (the big one) Forbes — Trent is heavily invested in the future of video games as a medium; fostering and mentoring young and under-represented developers, and contributing to the community wherever possible. To cap things off, he’s also currently gamerunner on the studio’s ambitious next game, which is set to be one of

  • 095 - Producing Fashion Photography with Eliza Hoyland

    095 - Producing Fashion Photography with Eliza Hoyland

    18/10/2019 Duración: 33min

    This week, it’s all about Producing Fashion Photography, and I’m chuffed to say that we’re joined by the fabulous Eliza Hoyland.Eliza is an Australian Producer and Photographer, living and working in New York. Whilst producing for some of the highest fashion industry brands and magazines like Vogue, Fenty, Harpers Bazaar, Alexander Wang and Moncler you’ll find her running around set with a big red lipstick smile, dealing out instructions or dancing around with the celebrity talent. Now, Eliza and I met on a train around ten years ago and have been friends ever since, so it doesn’t surprise me whatsoever that her speciality of creating instant personal connections with clients and artists has built her a reputation as a truly "one of a kind" producer. And since moving to New York 6 years ago, Eliza’s tales about the insane world of fashion photography production have given me life.Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you c

  • 094 - Producing Software with Virginia Murdoch

    094 - Producing Software with Virginia Murdoch

    11/10/2019 Duración: 34min

    This week, it’s all about Producing Software, and we're over the moon to say that we’re joined by the fantastic Virginia Murdoch.Virginia is the Director of Product at Culture Amp — a Melbourne HR startup that provides employee feedback technology that helps their 2,500 customers in 47 countries transform, maintain and scale positive company culture. Founded in 2009, Culture Amp has since expanded its offices to San Francisco, New York and London, with 400 staff members globally, and just this past September they raised $82 million US dollars in Series E funding. Impressive. Just as impressive is Virginia herself — now 3 years in at Culture Amp, she previously ran her own web agency, Inventive Labs, which along with doing lots of work for local booksellers and publishers (like Readings and Scribe), also created a number of the early iterations of the Jacky Winter website! She and her team built Book.ish, a product that allowed people to read ebooks in their web browsers, before selling the company to OverDriv

  • 093 - Producing TV Dramas with Eric Calatayud

    093 - Producing TV Dramas with Eric Calatayud

    04/10/2019 Duración: 32min

    This week, for our very first episode of Season 8, it’s all about Producing TV Dramas, and we’re joined by the wonderful Eric Calatyud.Since his studies at RMIT here in Melbourne some time ago, Eric has come a long way. Now based in New York, he’s currently working as the Second Assistant Director for the CBS political drama Madam Secretary. A member of the Directors Guild of America, Eric has worked on all sorts of shows across the US and Mexico, including two of our office favourites, Sense8 and Law & Order.Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter breaks in your player while you listen.Featured links from our discussion - Want to get these in your inbox every Friday? Sign up for our text-only tinyletter at tinyletter.com/jackywinterJeremyThe meaning of tracksuitshttps://www.newyorker.com/culture/annals-of-inquiry/the-meaning-of-tracksuitsEricSitka Salmon Shareshttps:/

  • 092 - Your call is important to us

    092 - Your call is important to us

    23/08/2019 Duración: 39min

    For the final episode of season 7 we go through our open tabs and discuss potential fixes for two broken things: email and social media. Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter breaks in your player while you listen. Featured links from our discussion - Want to get these in your inbox every Friday? Sign up for our text-only tinyletter at tinyletter.com/jackywinter Jeremy Your Email Could Be Better https://youremailcouldbebetter.com/ Product Hunt https://www.producthunt.com/ Lara The Margins’ 5 Point Plan To Fix Social Media https://themargins.substack.com/p/the-margins-5-point-plan-to-fix-social Josh Hawley’s bill to limit your Twitter time to 30 minutes a day, explained https://www.vox.com/recode/2019/7/31/20748732/josh-hawley-smart-act-social-media-addiction Have smartphones really destroyed a generation? We don’t know. https://www.vox.com/science-and-health/2019/2/20/

  • 091 - Spicy Moon

    091 - Spicy Moon

    16/08/2019 Duración: 37min

    This week! We’re going through our open tabs and will be discussing the art of creatives working with creatives and what dogsledding can teach us about managing creative projects. Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter breaks in your player while you listen. Featured links from our discussion - Want to get these in your inbox every Friday? Sign up for our text-only tinyletter at tinyletter.com/jackywinter Intro Spicy Moon restaurant http://spicymoonnyc.com/ Jeremy Leta Sobierajski Tweet https://twitter.com/letasobierajski/status/1157330154072543232 Wade and Leta https://wadeandleta.com/studio Anna Fine Tweet https://twitter.com/somefinetweets/status/1157331244595798019 Jason Curtis Tweet https://twitter.com/howard_iv/status/1157625071613071360 Anna Fine Tweet https://twitter.com/somefinetweets/status/1157644925456060417 Jeremy’s Twitter https://twitter.com/jwortsman Kev

  • 090 - Impotence, fear of motorways, and desire to embalm

    090 - Impotence, fear of motorways, and desire to embalm

    09/08/2019 Duración: 37min

    This week! We’re going through our open tabs and will be discussing whether reading can make you happier and why you procrastinate! Remember! We are now an ENHANCED podcast. That's right - If you listen to our podcast in Overcast or Pocket Casts, or Castro, you can get super special images, links, and chapter breaks in your player while you listen. Featured links from our discussion - Want to get these in your inbox every Friday? Sign up for our text-only tinyletter at tinyletter.com/jackywinter Intro The Commodore https://www.instagram.com/thecommodorebar/?hl=en Jeremy Can Reading Make You Happier? https://www.newyorker.com/culture/cultural-comment/can-reading-make-you-happier The Novel Cure https://www.textpublishing.com.au/books/the-novel-cure Lara Why You Procrastinate (It Has Nothing To Do With Self-Control) https://www.nytimes.com/2019/03/25/smarter-living/why-you-procrastinate-it-has-nothing-to-do-with-self-control.html?source=post_page--------------------------- Shape Up Stop Running in Circles and

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