Miami Ad School – Brooklyn Campus


In addition to our college lectures, where 2-Tone and I discuss the parallels and similarities between jazz culture and hip-hop culture, we’ve begun to diversify our discussions, thanks to a suggestion by a friend of mine and sought after trend research expert Jody Turner (Culture of Future),  where we talk about creative development from three specific areas: creative content development, creative cultural engagement development, and creative branding development (essentially discussing the concept of trans-media); with the frame work of our talks being SHAOLIN JAZZ.

As with our cultural based discussions, this new set of talks are conducted at colleges and universities but specifically at those schools with marketing programs and will also include advertising and design schools, agencies, and brands.

We conducted our first talk at the  Miami Ad School’s Brooklyn campus (which took place prior to our COLOR of SOUND NYC event) as apart of their “Industry Hero Series.”   Thanks to Eva for inviting us as well as all of the students that attended.

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About gmoney77

My name is Gerald Watson and I do lifestyle marketing for various companies/agencies. The purpose of this blog is to highlight the people I work with, the work I do as well as the shit I see on the regular.

Posted on January 23, 2013, in Uncategorized and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Awesome pics! I love the gorilla sculpture! I just created a blog for our Michigan-based company TentCraft, and we are in the business of helping companies build their brands. We specialize in custom branded pop-up tents that have helped many business achieve their marketing goals. It’s pretty cool to think about all of the creative ways that people choose to market their product. If you have a sec, take a look at our blog:

  1. Pingback: COLOR of SOUND – BROOKLYN WILDLIFE + SHAOLIN JAZZ – NYC 2013 – Recap « New Ish

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