Episode 56 with talented director and designer Ash Thorp

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Episode 56 with talented director and designer Ash Thorp


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Ash Thorpe is a director, illustrator and creative director – who has worked on countless feature films and other creative projects. Some of his projects include Dawn of the planet of the apes, Mission Impossible – Rogue Nation, James Bond Spectre, Call of Duty, Prometheus, Iron Man 3, The Walking Dead and dozens of others.

He also has a podcast ‘The Collective’ which interviews many creatives and I highly recommend it. Ash also runs his own online school ‘Learn Squared’ and his various personal film projects in the works.
This is a fantastic episode that covers a lot of insights into working, life balance, keeping your creative drive, and so much more. Ash is as insightful as he is talented and shares a lot of really vital information that any creative in the industry should benefit greatly from.


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The website of Ash Thorp

The Collective

Our episode of The Collective – episode 13

More information on Lost Boy

Learn Squared

Ash’s Twitter

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  1. Marcus says:

    Great episode. It was very insightful listening to Ash talking about how he gets into the industry. Specially the fact that he has two kids like I do. Managing your own carrier together with a family is definitely a challenge of his own kind. Maybe also a nice subject for a podcast in the future. So all thumbs up. Love your podcast. Thank you so much. Take care.

  2. George says:

    Great episode! Didn’t realize this guy lived in my neck of the woods. Keep up the great work.

  3. Denis says:

    Thanks. Text version is available?

    • amckay says:

      Hi Denis, do you mean as a transcription of the conversation? Let me know, if it’s something a lot of people will gain from I’d be happy to do it

  4. Evgeny says:

    Great episode, thx! And text version is a good idea

  5. Chris says:

    Great episode! Very excited to have discovered your podcast! Any idea when the rest of the show notes will be available? Mostly curious about the info on the books mentioned, I guess I could just listen again though. Thanks for doing the podcast :)

    • amckay says:

      Thanks Chris! Hoping to do more episodes soon, fell behind lately so much going on! Another week hopefully I’ll be back on track! :)

  6. Shahnam says:

    Haven’t been able to keep up with your podcasts lately. What a great convo you two had. Loved every second of it!

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