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Barry first found music when he borrowed his sister's record collection when he was about eight and was hooked. When Caroline started it was a new beginning, and he listened to all the stations, but Caroline was his favourite by far. Later he became a singer in a band, then started doing discos when he was 18. He joined Caroline in 1977, touring the country with the Caroline Roadshow for 10 years, having great fun. Barry helped with tender trips and worked on the Ross Revenge in '84 and '85. ...
 
Going behind-the-scenes with a diverse range of innovative thinkers, to find insights that help unlock your creative potential. Creativity is a universal language that crosses the borders of race, religion, social status, age, gender and culture. To be able to imagine something and make it real is one of the things that makes us human. But against the background noise of our busy lives, how can we become more creative? James Barrow is on a mission to help people unlock their creative potenti ...
 
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Why aren’t there more creative voices in politics and what will it take to shake up the status quo? Episode 33 of the B-side is an Australian federal election edition featuring Jane Caro. An Award winning Australian columnist, author, novelist, broadcaster, documentary maker, feminist, social commentator, and advertising luminary who’s running for …
 
How can we be better listeners, and what's the difference between active and deep listening? On episode 32 of The B-side, I speak to Oscar Trimboli, a global expert on listening, author, host of the Apple award-winning podcast Deep Listening and a sought-after keynote speaker. He is a marketing and technology industry veteran, having worked for Mic…
 
Can graffiti writing and hip-hop be used as a force for good? On Episode 31 of the B-side, I speak to Matthew Peet, aka Mistery, one of Australia's most long-standing, influential, and prolific graffiti writers and a pioneer of hip-hop culture down under. Matt has been spraying walls, striking B-boy stances, spitting knowledge, and spreading the go…
 
What does innovation in the retail space look like? And how can we develop more impactful customer experiences? Hello and welcome to episode 30 of the B-side and our first episode for 2022. I'm kicking off the year with an awesome chat with Matt Newell, CEO and founder of The General store. Matt's journey started out with a degree in music and drea…
 
Some scientists believe water is conducive to creativity. I test this theory on Episode 29 of the B-side by jumping onto a boat and heading out into unscripted waters with award-winning Australian Photographer Ali Nasseri and Chief Marketing Officer Sophie Paulin. Ali is a qualified lawyer who ditched the courtroom for a camera to become a commerci…
 
What does it take to lead the merger of two agency brands into one culturally aligned and growing business force that has quickly become one of Australia's leading media agencies? On Episode 28 of the B-side, I speak to Imogen Hewitt, CEO of Spark Foundry Australia, one of the world's leading media agencies and part of the Publicis network. Imogen …
 
How do you create a brand that could outlast you? On episode 27 of the B-side, I speak to Joe Carter, Co-Founder of The Ironclad Pan Company - the only cast iron cookware made in Aotearoa, New Zealand, with a Three Generation Guarantee. Before dedicating 100% of his efforts to Ironclad, Joe worked in a variety of roles at some of the worlds most cr…
 
“We have two ears, two eyes, and one mouth, and we should use them in that ratio” is a quote attributed to Greek philosopher Epictetus. On episode 26 of the B-side I speak to a man who epitomises that saying, in Simon Lister, an internationally recognised photographer and highly awarded audio engineer based in Sydney, Australia. Simon is the co-fou…
 
What are the challenges faced by creative leaders in this volatile post-covid 19 world? And what really goes on in the C-suite of an ad agency? In Episode 25 of the B-side, I speak to Mike Spirkovski – affectionately known as 'Spirko' – Chief Creative Officer of Saatchi & Saatchi Australia. He sits on the Saatchi & Saatchi Worldwide Creative Board …
 
How can you become a more persuasive writer and public speaker, and what are the most powerful ways to convince others to champion your cause? In Episode 24 of the B-side, I speak to Mr Nyunngai Warren Mundine AO. An Australian Aboriginal leader, businessman, political strategist, media commentator, author, and advocate for empowering Aboriginal Au…
 
Has the advertising industry been so busy trying to save the world, that it has lost sight of its commercial purpose? I’m kicking the year off with what many believe is one of the major problems plaguing the advertising industry, a creative effectiveness crisis. And I had the great pleasure of discussing the issue with one of my favourite advertisi…
 
What does it take to create a truly good idea? In episode 22 of the B-side, I speak to Alex Wadelton, a creative director and author from Melbourne, with over 20 years experience in the advertising industry. Alex has created award-winning advertising campaigns for clients such as the AFL, Cricket Australia, Wrigley’s, The University of Melbourne, G…
 
How does a native from Philly become one of Tokyo’s hottest producers? In episode 21 of The B-side, I chat with Peter Grasse, an internationally recognised, multi-award-winning producer, who has helped shape the reputation of Asia-Pacific’s most dynamic production companies. Peter joined Curious Film Auckland as General Manager in 2004 and soon aft…
 
What happens when you combine a culture of creativity, with a love of the arts and a passion for technology? In Episode 20 of the B-side, I speak to Crystal Rata, a Senior Project Manager and Video Producer With over 16 years of experience working in media, digital and video production. Across the B2B, B2C, retail, music, broadcasting, law, finance…
 
How does an ecommerce based, social business create a global movement of mindful consumers, provide sanitation facilities to impoverished communities, and do a crapload of good for the environment? All while giving away 50% of their profits. In episode 19 of The B-side, I speak to Vanessa Morrish, Head of Creative and Brand at ‘Who Gives A Crap’ an…
 
Can indigenous thinking save the world? In episode 18 of The B-side I speak to Tyson Yunkaporta. An academic, art critic, researcher, and author who belongs to the Apalech Clan in far north Queensland. Tyson and I discuss his new book 'Sand Talk'. A truly, remarkable, mind-bending, two-way, learning experience, that provides a template for living, …
 
How can children's books inspire and empower a future generation of leaders? In episode 17 of The B-side, I speak to Beck Feiner, an illustrator, designer and author from Redfern, in Sydney, Australia. Beck and I talk about what goes into creating a successful children's book. How she got started, her unique illustrative style, and how she landed h…
 
How can we combine two seemingly different passions into one successful career? In episode 16 of the B-side, I speak to award-winning chef, and co-host of ‘My Kitchen Rules', Manu Feildel. Manu is one of the most popular personalities on Australian television, besides his work on MKR, he’s appeared on Boys Weekend, Ready Steady Cook, Dancing with t…
 
How can we create advertising that transcends the world of commerce into culture? In episode 15 of The B-side, I speak to Adam Lock, Group Creative Director at VaynerMedia from his home in New York. Originally from Sydney Australia, Adam has over 15+ years of experience as an integrated creative. And a career that’s seen him work across three conti…
 
How well do you know yourself? It is said we are but a collection of memories, interactions and an ego. But does the way we are experienced by others align with our view of ourselves? In episode 14 of the B-side, I discuss this topic with Joe Hart. An organisational psychologist with a passion for understanding what makes us tick, our motivations, …
 
What is the perfect recipe for launching a successful new startup? In episode 13 of The B-side, I speak to Michael Fox, CEO and Co-founder of Fable Food Co. An exciting new Australian company that has entered the fast-growing plant-based meat alternatives market, with the likes of Impossible Foods, makers of the 'Impossible Burger' and Beyond Meat.…
 
Would you recognise an actor who has starred in the Avengers films, Thor, and Captain America. Three Bond movies, two Star Wars films, Harry Potter, Game of Thrones, and Batman? In episode 12 of the B-side, I speak to the Bobby Holland Hanton, one of Hollywood’s most in-demand stuntmen, who you've seen perform in the biggest action films of the las…
 
How do shifts in cultural and societal behaviours set the course of our institutions, businesses and Government? In episode 11 of The B-side, I speak to Nicky Bryson, Director of Brand & Consumer Insight at PWC and Founder of The Trenches. Nicky is a brand, marketing and cultural strategist with a foundation in business, psychology and research. He…
 
How can we use movement and mindfulness to help improve our potential as professionals, and in the way we live our lives broadly? In Episode 10 of the B-side, I speak to Tony Clement, Data Strategy Consultant, and Founder of The Dojo. A Human Performance Consultancy which aims to help people achieve their professional bests, through personal growth…
 
How can we become better at thinking strategically and creating meaning from the mess that life throws at us? In episode 9 of the B-side I speak to Sydney born, New York based, hip-hop journalist-turned-strategist Mr Mark Pollard, Strategy CEO of Mighty Jungle. Strategy CEO is a made-up title, but according to Mark, people don’t listen to him unles…
 
When is the right time to turn your passion into a profession? In episode 8 of the B-side with James Barrow, in the house sessions, I speak to World Champion Muay Thai fighter, and award-winning graphic designer, Ognjen Topic from his home in Brooklyn New York. Ognjen graduated from William Paterson University with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree. H…
 
How can strategic design help solve today's business challenges? In episode 7 of the B-side with James Barrow, in the house sessions, I speak to Marque Kabbaz, Director of Strategic Design at Isobar, in Sydney. Marque has nearly two decades of experience as a strategy and business design lead, building both brands and businesses for some of Austral…
 
How can emotional resilience, community and compassion help us in times of uncertainty? In episode 6 of the B-side with James Barrow, I speak to Rebecca Yik, founder and CEO of Hatch, and head of brand experience for Lucy from her home in Bali, Indonesia. Rebecca has over 20 years in creative and digital strategy across five countries - Australia, …
 
How can we unlock our creative potential in a COVID-19 world of work from home lockdowns? Starting this week on the B-side with James Barrow podcast, I’ll be launching the ‘In the house sessions’ where I speak to guests remotely from home, and discuss all things I would typically, along with how they’re responding to the changes brought about by th…
 
What drives your creativity? In episode 4 of the B-side with James Barrow podcast James speaks to graphic designer, art director and DIY electric car hobbyist, Oliver Kendal, who works at Macquarie University’s Group Marketing department, in Sydney Australia. Oliver’s career started 18 years ago in England, before venturing to the southern hemisphe…
 
Can chaos benefit creativity in a world of digital perfection? In episode 3 of the B-side with James Barrow podcast James speaks to Photographer, Director and Documentary Producer, Christopher Ireland, member of The Pool Collective, an integrated production company and pool of creative resources. Christopher Ireland is an observer. His sensitivity …
 
How do you help start a startup? In episode two of the B-side with James Barrow podcast James speaks to global branding director and startup advisor Glen Barry, Partner at Moonsure Ventures, an innovation consultancy that helps leading Startups create, develop and take their ideas to market. Glen Barry’s career spans 25 years, where he worked with …
 
Creativity is a universal language that crosses the borders of race, religion, social status, age, gender and culture. To be able to imagine something and make it real is one of the things that makes us human. But against the background noise of our busy lives, how can we become more creative? James Barrow is on a mission to help people unlock thei…
 
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