From BMP/DDB, AMV/BBDO and Mother to Campbell Doyle Dye, DHM and LOVE or FEAR, Dave Dye has been behind some of the world’s most amazing advertising campaigns in his 40-year career. A creative leader, Dave also runs one of the advertising industry’s most loved podcasts ‘Stuff from the Loft’ where it’s not unheard of to hear 2-3 hour long interviews with advertising royalty.

In this show, Dave discusses the art of leadership, using Tim Delaney and Alan Parker as examples. He urges the ad industry to get back to solving business problems, and why it’s important to explain the creative process to clients.

Dave’s favourite piece of work, the emotion of creativity, impostor syndrome, how D&ADs have changed, the fossil fuel addiction rabbit hole, keeping podcasting natural, Dave’s white whale, Dave Trott’s theory of jingles and new technology that works!

And Arsenal…Dave’s beloved Arsenal.

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