Sure, we’re Fairfield County locals. Most of us have grown up here, occasionally spirited away, but ultimately returned. There are some outliers (and even the one Brazilian wizkid) who give our agency a smidgeon of international flare. That being said, we often find ourselves working on projects that require local expertise, in other cities, towns, … Continue reading Non-Local Natives
This is not as lamentable as losing the radio star, but a mournful situation, nonetheless. If you’ve been part of a memorable client kick-off meeting, then you likely remember it was more about the conversation and the getting-to-know-you experience, than the bulleted meeting agenda. We’re not speaking disparagingly of agendas, briefs, or being organized for … Continue reading How The Agenda Killed The Kick-off Meeting
I’ve been saying this for a decade, or more. This week, it came true. Now I can ride a bicycle to work: roughly a mile. This is significant for so many reasons. Reason Number 1 I’ve spent over an entire year of my life: every second, of every minute, of every hour, of every day, … Continue reading One Day I Will Ride a Bike to Work
As I look out from my desk, down the sunlit hallway of our new Westport office, I can’t help but feel like we’re “home.” I grew up on Bridge Street, just over the Saugatuck river. I started washing dishes at Mario’s, as a Bedford 8th grader. I later bagged groceries at Peter’s Market, bussed tables … Continue reading Honey, We’re Home!