In this edition of Workflow, we have Rich Harley, the Creative Director at littleBIG Marketing & PR and partner at Melbourne Cocoa.
Describe what you do: I create confidence for brands through creativity. I’m a husband and father of two. I’m the Creative Director at littleBIG and am a partner in Melbourne Cocoa – Australia’s best chocolate by far, made by hand in the Yarra Valley.
How do you like your coffee: Hot with almond milk and paid for by someone else.
Device(s) you use: Mac everything and grammerly… grammerely… i mean Grammarly.
Describe your working style in one sentence: Collaborative, energetic and perhaps a touch erratic at times.
What does your workspace look like: A newly refurbished double garage consisting of Macs, guitars, punching bags, photography lighting, basketball ring, plants, rugs, a few prints and a retractable garage door that makes it feel very Steve Jobs circa 1976.
How does your workspace affect your creative process: It affects it in every way, shape and form. It needs to be clean (not just due to COVID) and organised with good lighting. Feeling comfortable obviously helps me relax, which in turn it helps me think, focus and execute.
Do you have a favourite playlist for work: Spotify’s Made For You. Consisting of all sorts of genres from Baynk and Tycho to Mariah and Whitney. Whatever I’m playing usually matches my moods or how I feel about a client I’m working on.
Who would you like to nominate for the next workflow interview: Kate Thompson – Marketing Strategist and Co-General Manager of littleBIG.
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