#119: Charly Cox, Serena Guen, Lucia Wood: How To Survive & Thrive In The Creative Industry (Recorded Live in Jigsaw's Piccadilly Store)
This is a live recorded one-off episode, hosted in Jigsaw's London Piccadilly store, all about working in the creativity industries from the perspectives of three generations of creative women. I invited Charly Cox (poet, Gen Z), Serena Guen (founder of Suitcase, Millennial) and Lucia White (Head of design at Jigsaw, Gen X) to talk abut the highs, lows and lessons of getting paid to be creative.
This month, Jigsaw is launching their “creativity doesn’t discriminate” campaign, to champion women leaders in the creativity industry, through film, photography, prose and art. Government statistics show that women are still under-represented in the creative industries in the UK - there's never been a more important time to champion creative women.
In collaboration with Kodak, Jigsaw are re-launching a 125 year-old campaign – Kodak Girl – into the modern era to celebrate new creative talent. The collaboration - now called Kodak Woman (she has grown up!) - will be supported by a capsule collection of T-shirts and sweatshirts.
Check out Jigsaw's blog, where they are showcasing young female talent across the UK: https://www.jigsaw-online.com/blog
Thanks to those who came along to listen to this special in-store recording, shopped, and had prossecco!
Here are some things we spoke about:
- How does social media impact our creativity?
- How can a branded campaign stand the test of time?
- How do you deal with people who don't believe in you?
- How can we make money and still remain creatively pure?
- How can be help the younger generations to get into the creative industry?
- How commercially-minded do you want to be?
- How do you switch off from an all-encompassing creative role?
*This was event was in partnership with Jigsaw*
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