Silas Amos, CD, JKR:
International eXcellence Yachting
"I have the simplest tastes. I am always satisfied with the best." Oscar Wilde
"Next to excellence is the appreciation of it." William Makepeace Thackery
"If I cannot do great things, I can do small things in a great way" Martin Luther King Jr.
"I do the very best I know how, the very best I can, and I mean to keep on doing so until the end." Abraham Lincoln
"We don’t get a chance to do that many things, and every one should be really excellent. Because this is our life." Steve Jobs
Silas Amos, CD, JKR:
Stuart Dickinson, CD, FutureBrand London:
Suzanne Dean, CD, Random House:
Rodchenko wrote: "One has to take several different shots of a subject, from different points of view and in different situations, as if one examined it in the round rather than looked through the same key-hole again and again."
Tom Evans, CD, Sapient Nitro:
Keep it simple
Trevor Chambers, Executive CD, Start Creative:
Victoria Gallardo, Founder & Creative Partner, Creative Orchestra:
In advertising they say the pen is mightier than the sword. I'll take on anyone armed with a pen. And watch them run!
New market index reveals Mercedes are classic performers Classic Mercedes-Benz models perform as strongly in the market as they do on the road, according to an international research organisation that has just released the first ever index to comprehensively measure the brand’s value progression.
Jon Norton, Senior Designer, Southbank Centre:
It's funny being in front of the camera. Uncomfortable really. I'm usually happiest solving problems and directing others to do the same. Anticipating the potential suffering, I simply decided to sit somewhere I'd feel at ease.
Justin Cooke, CEO, Fortune Cookie and Chair of British Interactive Media Association:
They say that every dog has its day. This was mine.
Marcus Mustafa and Sarah Morris, User Experience Architects, Lost Boys International:
Jackie and Frank – The Outtake (Series 1)
Andy Hunns, CD, Small Japanese Soldier:
Deborah Dawton, Chief Executive, Design Business Association:
Geoff Nicol, MD, Navy Blue Design Group:
I'm fascinated by boxing - to me it’s about confronting fear, controlling adrenalin, discipline of mind and body and total commitment. Although until now I've never had to think about it too much. I just knew I wanted to have a go.
Harry Pearce, Partner, Pentagram:
Jamie Bell, CD, CMW:
The Internet of Things is quickly becoming a reality as manufacturers are increasingly linking “things”, such as smartphones, appliances, cars and machines, to the Internet and to each other.
Yves de Contades interviews:David Murrin a leading market analyst and fund manager who lectures widely on financial markets and appears regularly as a keynote speaker on CNBC, at international conferences and on company boards and is the author of Breaking the Code of History
BBC journalist Maggie Philbin says crisis-driven thinking is breeding a generation of lost business opportunities (but technology could help to turn that around. The recession has made many British businesses depressed and inward-looking, and a leading journalist says short-term thinking is not only stifling recovery, but threatening to blight the prospects of the coming generation.
Yves de Contades interviewed Mr Lahcen Haddad, the Moroccan Tourist Minister and he has many fascinating things to say about the new developments and changes in that stunning country. Morocco has a superb balance of the old and the new. They are embracing new technological advances whislt retaining their best traditions. The aim is to create a country that remains unspoilt and build a lasting tourist industry with a focus on luxury and sutainability.
This must surely have been the most glorious Goodwood Revival Ladies day ever. The sun blazed down on the biggest collection of classic cars, planes and motorbikes in the world, keenly admired by thousands of vintage fashion coiffed and attired revellers.
The 2012 edition of Panerai British Classic Week, an annual highlight of the global regatta calendar, saw a record entry of 83 yachts.
Silver & Light Ian Ruhter takes his life and his savings on the roads of America.He converted a truck into a giant camera to photograph people and landscapes across the States.He employs an old wet plate photographic technique that is simply timeless. These are stunning unique images and each is created straight in the truck. True one off's.Beautiful.See a part of his journey in this video