What do you want to change?
I want to see people become more engaged. Not in a buzzy, digital way but in rich, authentic ways that anchor people and connect them to others. Too many of us don’t know our neighbours, or feel a part of our communities, and I think this leads to a whole spectrum of negative outcomes from social isolation to voter apathy. I want to see people count themselves in – in big and small ways – to form real human connections and actively care about each other, our communities, our cities and our planet.
What is your role at Manifest?
As the creative director at Manifest it’s my responsibility to work with and oversee the creative team to deliver on the strategy and to produce relevant, outstanding and breakthrough creative.