AdAge (recognized as the leading global source of news, analysis and inspiration for the marketing and media community) picked up on the success we have had off the back of the “event in a box” program we created at Replicon[…]
Tag: Social media frenzy
Interviewed. Success perks.
- LOCATED IN Marketing., News., Personal.
After some amazing success, LinkedIN decided to interview me and one of my team a couple of days ago. Here is the published version of what was a hilarious chat.
You have all most likely heard of Daniel Easterman. He is the author of at least 10 novels. You might have also heard of Jonathan Aycliffe. He is the author of about 9 or so top selling novels. What you[…]
- LOCATED IN Rant.
I’m not sure where to spend all my time posting now. Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn or Tumblr. All these sites, so little means for aggregation. One of these mistresses is sure to get upset and affect my real life.
Zombies Take Sydney.
Sydney was invaded by zombies. I followed them around. What a day. It was a slow march across town - zombies apparently can't walk that fast you see.
Sydney @ Night.
This was my first night shooting in Sydney. I had never worked with a trigger before so this was a steep learning curve. Loads of fun.
One Day In Washington.
I was lucky enough to Visit Washington DC for work. What a place. I hope to get back there some day and spend more time. What a place.
I hadn't ever been to a conference of this type before. I was blown away by the effort, thought and awesomeness of the people in attendance. If you get the chance or are curious, get out there and visit one of these days.
Can’t Be Categorised.
Sometimes things just cant fit into one sweet little package. This album is an homage to those things that just don't otherwise fit.
A friend and I 'snuck' into an abandoned factory. We wanted to see what the local riff raff got up to in there. We had heard all sorts of things about the place. It was eerie and quiet but a photographers dream. I am not a photographer so it was a nightmare - the light changed frequently and there were load of dark patches that just couldnt be lit. But what a day!
© Brett Chester 2016