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Jon Hillier is currently a Planning Fellow at Ogilvy, London

Ogilvy Fellowship Reading List

               

Exciting times at Ogilvy towers – we’re recruiting for a new year of Ogilvy Planning Fellows. Junior roles in planning are few and far between – this is a really coveted route into the ad industry. (You should probably apply.) So to celebrate, Ogilvy Fellows past and present got together to start you off with […]

Anonymous Toil

         

Only gradually do you come to appreciate that the occupation you aspire to is harder than you thought, that the supply of other young, self-anointed apples of their own eyes is inexhaustible, and that you’re not as uniquely gifted as you’d thought,” she says. Far better to spend ten years “fetching lattes” than fall victim […]

Stay On The Fucking Bus

      

“There are two dozen platforms … from each of which several different bus lines depart. Thereafter, for a kilometre or more, all the lines leaving from any one platform take the same route out of the city, making identical stops. “Each bus stop represents one year in the life of a photographer,” Minkkinen says. You […]

No Big Bang

         

For nearly three years now I’ve wanted to make some work about the death of Keith Vaughan, a brilliant British figurative painter who endured a lifetime’s struggle with his sexuality. Vaughan committed suicide on 4th November, 1977 and wrote a poignant last diary entry as he waited for a cocktail of drugs to take effect. […]