Jack Morgan, Designer
Designer and marketer, Jack Morgan shares his journey into advertising at just 17 years old, his daily routine, places he finds inspiration and how to land a job in the industry.
What was your first ever job?
I got my first job when I was 13, working as a Kitchen Porter in a pretty large old pub in the arse end of nowhere. That meant arriving for work around midday, just before the lunch-time rush kicked in and spending the next eight hours running backward and forward between serving meals, tackling a never-ending pile of washing up and smoking roll-up cigarettes.
“Stop fantasising about your future and start building it.”
It was exhausting (the tobacco probably didn't help) but strangely fun. We called it a 'family pub', but none of us were actually related, we just all got on really well.
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