28th July 2022
Creative Director, writer, and chainsaw enthusiast, Cameron has been crafting ads and shape-shifting brands for over thirty laps around the sun.
Pile your paper plate high with topics including the influence of his father Guy Day (of Chiat/Day), writing his Advertising Survival Guides, hiring the quietest person in the room, patience, jargon, trying to pitch a naked lady ad, and tons more.
And the icing on the cake is a side-splitting story involving a power cut, an unfinished joke, winning the Land Rover account, too much sushi, and a fart that nearly brought down a plane. Party on.
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Here’s his interview with Luke Sullivan, David Baldwin, Thomas Kemeny and Nancy Vonk
Cameron’s Advertising Survival Guides
(02:06) - Quick fire questions
(03:20) - First ever job
(06:32) - How his dad, Guy Day, influenced his decision to go into advertising
(15:49) - Why he’s never tried to prove himself because of his dad’s name
(18:27) - His experience of big versus small agencies
(21:42) - Writing his Advertising Survival Guides
(26:43) - Why it’s so hard for creatives to leave work on time
(30:17) - Spittin’ Chiclets
(34:38) - Cameron’s disaster story that’ll leave you in stitches
(43:37) - Pitching a naked lady ad
(46:00) - Listener Questions (including one from Luke Sullivan)
(55:46) - 4 Pertinent Posers