Table 19’s Kieran Child (Art Director) shares his thoughts on being a single creative and why it's not a necessity to have a creative partner to land a job.
Kieran goes onto mention that even if you’re still looking but haven’t found a creative partner by the time you’ve finished your course, there are still plenty of opportunities to find a partner at events and online.
Watch the full interview with Kieran Child where he discusses:
- Becoming a creative
- Why choose Falmouth University to study advertising?
Time at Falmouth University
Getting into the advertising industry
Finding a creative partner
Pitching a creative portfolio to agencies
Where Kieran finds inspiration?
For more advice, tips and information about advertising, take a look at our guide to the advertising industry.
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