Regarded by Campaign magazine as one of the best creative minds of his generation, Steve Harrison is a bit of a big name in the industry.
Naturally, he did time back in the day for Ogilvy & Mather…
Yes, he’s flirted with the Cannes lot, even becoming the first creative director to be appointed to the jury…
And legend has it there’s a stick of rock with his name running through it on sale back in his hometown of Blackpool.
OK. That last bit I made up.
But the fact still remains…
Steve is prettyyyyy, prettyyyy good.
So, it was an absolute pleasure to spend the afternoon with him down in London (before all this corona madness kicked off) talking copy for EP.30 of The All Good Copy Podcast.
We got quite philosophical…
A bit political…
And even managed to say a ‘piffle’ a few times too.
It all makes for a fine ending to this third series of the podcast.
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NOTES ON THE PODCAST
Steve Harrison is an author, speaker and copywriter. He started our writing copy at Ogilvy & Mather before founding his own successful agency. He is regarded by Campaign as the most important direct marketers of his generation. His new book Can’t Sell, Won’t Sell is published in April.
Glenn Fisher is an author, copywriter, podcaster, and speaker. His first book, The Art of the Click is an Amazon bestseller and was shortlisted for the Business Book Awards 2019. It’s published by Harriman House and available now on Amazon here.
How To Write Better Copy by Steve Harrison is available on Amazon here.
Old School by Tobias Wolff is available on Amazon here.
Catch up on The All Good Copy Podcast here.