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Tag Archives: Martha Tolosa

Ideas from another side of the office

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Dec
27,
2011
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I have been working as a Copywriter for different agencies, which means thinking of ideas and writing down concepts every day, also getting the chance to be involved in filming, photography, radio, digital and different media. I love my job. … Continue reading

Nicky Bullard: Hard work & Intuition

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Nov
15,
2011
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I was very excited when I got the task to interview Nicky Bullard, Creative Director at LIDA/M&C Saatchi. After checking her profile online to look at some pictures and read about her career achievements, I must say WOW! What a … Continue reading

The first AdWoman

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Oct
6,
2011
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I started wondering last night who she was. Every day we read interviews and get the latest news about talented AdWomen so we keep updated. But what happened to the early ones? Keeping up to date also means knowing the … Continue reading

Women, chocolate and advertising

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Sep
13,
2011
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Women love chocolate, chocolate loves advertising and advertising loves women. It is a chain like all chains of love. Why women love chocolates? Because we love feelings and chocolate brings sensations, be it white, dark, milk chocolate, in a box, … Continue reading

The crazier the better, maybe not

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Aug
30,
2011
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August 19th was an important day: My Graduation. Usually good things happen to me on the 19th, no matter the month. I don’t keep looking forward on the 18th to see what will happen the next day, but when the … Continue reading

What the h*%# is happening in London?

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Aug
11,
2011
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It is easy to get distracted from writing with all the riots that have been happening in and around London. You end up with a bad feeling when you watch the news. You feel sorry for others, you feel bad … Continue reading

Mum, I got a job in an agency

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Aug
4,
2011
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I was about to finish my article for WFCD when I realized that I was talking about the same advices that Creative Directors usually give to people but using different words. Wait a second…I’m not yet a WFCD! So I … Continue reading