Jessica Collins’ efforts over the course of the pandemic earned the VCU professor the honorary title at this year’s Richmond Show.
The team tasked with bringing Dotted Line’s creative work in-house worked together at NDP. Now they’re diving into the emerging world of non-fungible tokens.
Scott Sherman, VCU professor and coordinator of the undergraduate advertising program, discusses the recognition, what he teaches students about the creative process, and the industry from his perspective at the front of the class.
Ruth Newberry and Dave Swain discuss motion design firm Cream’s creative approach, the inspiration for an award-winning video and how they come up with their ideas.
The head of the grad school’s creative brand management track talks about his approach to branding, the one question he always asks a client, and the “colossal failure” that forever changed his professional outlook and perspective of his industry.
Organizer Tim Miller talks about what led to the Commonwealth Cycling Classic’s cancellation, and whether he thinks Richmond will host another bike race in the future.
Drummer Bruce Crump found success with Southern rock group Molly Hatchet, and now he’s rolling his experience into a growing business venture.
Tom Yeager has been in the business of college sports since the late 1970s, but he’s never seen anything like what’s happening these days.
Outgoing Media General chief executive Marshall Morton reflects on his 23 years with the drastically changed company.
An iconic Carytown music store is downsized but not out: Jim Bland describes the challenges facing his business and the opportunity that comes with his new location.