Self-Discovery for Creatives: Expert Career Advice with Michael Pollock
Let our expert take you on a journey of creative self-discovery
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Are you a creative professional who is thinking about the next step in your career? Sit down for a quick virtual career counseling session with expert Michael Pollock, and you'll get inspired, refreshed, and motivated to discover your creative strengths.
Michael Pollock (www.pollockspark.com) is an executive coach who specializes in helping creative professionals to develop their careers and businesses. His clients work in film, TV, advertising, marketing, design, music, PR, and other creative fields. Michael has produced high-profile TV commercials in London and New York for clients including American Express, IBM, PepsiCo, and Burger King. He has built and grown film production and design boutiques. He has been a web site Creative Director at marketing agency Digitas, Head of Production at ad agencies TBWA and JWT, and copywriter at one-time agency DMBB. His experience gives him a unique perspective for helping his creative clients to evolve their careers.
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Michael Pollock is president of Pollock Spark, where he works with clients in film, TV, advertising, marketing, design, music, PR, media, architecture and other creative fields to help develop their careers and businesses. Prior to this, Michael produced high-profile TV commercials for American Express, IBM, PepsiCo, and Burger King. He has built and grown film production and design boutiques and has been a website creative director at Digitas, head of production at TBWA and JWT, and a writer at DMB&B.
Testimonials"Michael's techniques for engaging the group were stimulating and effective. The supportiveness of the participants made his class a pleasure." -- Fay Torresyap "Michael's class was fantastic and I now know the direction I want to head in my publishing career. I recommend Michael's workshop to anyone looking to make a career change or take their current career in a new direction." -- Ira-Neil Dittersdorf