“It is our beliefs that are the fuel for our practice. We believe that you need a cohesive team with the same approach so that you’ve got an anchor.”
Kimberley Crisp, The Nest.
“You need to take photographs for yourself and set goals and challenges to yourself so you can learn from each picture, whether it be good or bad, you can learn something.”
Richard Brimer — Photographer
“You can look ahead and do research and find out what you’re going to come up against, but in reality you face new challenges pretty much on a weekly or monthly basis and you just have to figure them out yourself or talk to other people who have been through start-up businesses and get some help.”
Chris Ormond — Giant Brewing Co.
“I believe that if you’re passionate about doing something that you are going into business about, the chances of success are hugely increased over what they would be if you didn’t care about the product.”
Gareth Hughes, CEO Dub Pies New York.
Feeling The Fear
“It makes me feel nervous now, anxious to think about what we were doing at the time and actually doing it and putting your balls on the bloody chopping block and actually quitting your job and doing it is a big deal, it was pretty nerve wracking.”
Benjamin Fernandez, Georgia on Tennyson.
“Mentally, that’s probably the biggest aspect for people involved in business. If you’re stressed, you have that flight or fight response. Taking that time out for yourself is probably one of the biggest things.”
Brandon Campbell Training
“What you do is original because you are original by default. You don’t have to find originality by cleverness or by gimmicks.”
David Trubridge, Designer & Artist
“We all sign off. There’s not any friction. We trust each others judgement and it just works like that. Maybe for some reason it just works for us.”
Emma & Kate Bradshaw — Maison Therese