Congratulations to Adam and Dan, whose book full of nifty digital shizzle earned them a one month placement here at Brave. Check them out at adamanddan.com
As a very busy and rather stressful Tuesday drew to a close, something brilliant happened. We were skyped by Julia and Gav, a junior team calling from Julia’s garage in Bromley, who proceeded to entertain us with a full Avenue Q-style comedy act, complete with extras, set design and live music. Thanks Julia, thanks Gav and thanks Holly, who is too young to work at Brave, but surely has a future in showbusiness waiting for her.
Thanks to everyone who’s sent in their CVs so far. The first Skype Crits will be held next Friday 2nd April, and we’re very much looking forward to them. But there’s plenty of time for more creatives to get involved, so if you’re feeling Brave enough, drop us a copy of your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org
The interview is so 2009.
We’re looking for the best junior team in the country. When we find them, we’re giving them a one month paid placement and the chance to earn a full time job at one of the UK’s fastest growing creative agencies. (That’s us, in case you hadn’t guessed.)
But there’s a catch. We don’t just want you to come in and show us your book. We’re a new kind of creative agency, and we’re proposing a new kind of book crit. Once we’ve had a quick butcher’s at your CV, and if we like what we see, we’ll send you an email with a time and date for you to tell us why you should get the gig – via the power of something called “the internet”.
We’ll give you our Skype address so you can present your best piece of work from anywhere you like (well, anywhere with broadband and a webcam, that is).
Your bedroom, your local pub, the nearest tanning salon – it’s entirely up to you. You’ll be judged not only on the work you present, but the originality of the presentation itself.
Use props, extras, costumes, scripts, stunts – anything you think will entertain us and give us a glimpse of your creativity. And if you think your work speaks for itself, use nothing at all. Perhaps even have a look at some of YouTube’s ChatRoulette footage for inspiration.
If you’re interested, email your CV to email@example.com and we’ll get back to you.