What's Next? Episode 3 Nadia Woodhouse - What's Next?

Episode 3

Published on:

8th Jul 2020

3 Nadia Woodhouse

We talk to Nadia Woodhouse, a Jakarta-based video producer, editor and writer about working under lock-down, the need for foresight as well as insight to navigate the future of video production, the impact of the pandemic on client creativity and a much-welcomed growth in the use of local production talent. We also broach the subject of the dreaded WEBINAR – can someone please come up with another name for it?

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Nadia's recommendations:

Listen: Ten Percent Happier Podcast

Watch: Trigger Warning with Killer Mike

Read: Brit(ish) On Race, Identity and Belonging, by Afua Hirsch

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About the Podcast

What's Next?
A podcast asking one simple question... Hosted by Suzy Goulding & Andrew Clark, produced by AsiaWorks
As the world emerges from the shadows of a pandemic, we're all wondering what's next? Has our experience in lockdown altered the future we expected or has it simply accelerated ongoing change?

What's in store for us over the next few years? Join Singapore-based hosts Suzy Goulding and Andrew Clark as they ask leaders across Asia working in media, marketing, communications and lifestyle one simple question: What's next?

About your hosts

Suzy Goulding

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Suzy is originally from Newcastle upon Tyne which means she has no need of a coat and can drink most people under the table. When not helping brands communicate better she can be found making cakes out of cannellini beans or binge-reading autobiographies, preferably by dead rock stars.

Andrew Clark

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Andrew is half Scottish and half Malagasy and lives in Singapore, yet sounds curiously like Daddy Pig when he chortles. Which he does frequently. When not gesticulating wildly with creative ideas for clients, he can be found playing a variety of musical instruments whilst simultaneously drinking whisky and cooking a roast. Apart from making videos and films, meat-eating is his favourite thing.