In 1951, Rod Serling left the security of his full time job to become a free lance storyteller. His medium was primarily television – which, at the time, was in its very early stages. Storytellers, advertisers and the FCC were in a battle to determine the boundaries in which television would operate. Read More
Innovation rarely comes from looking like we have it all together. By the time companies are large enough or people are well known enough that they SEEM to have it all together, their primary concern isn’t innovating. Their primary concern is maintaining an image. Read More
Growing up in a small Baptist church helped me learn something at an early age : Our gatherings as the church tend toward formula. There are lots of reasons for it. Read More
There are several sections of uncoverthecolor.com. In this video, Cole talks about the philosophy behind the primary initiative of Uncover The Color – the art section.