'Talk Story with Jeni' and Steve Morris

podcast Jeni Herberger

'Talk Story with Jeni' and Steve Morris
  • Language: eng
  • Published: 9 Sep 2010
  • Duration: 01:02:00

Talk Story ('olelo Kama'ilio) is the casual yet deliberate sharing of ideas and opinions, stories and history. It is two or more people taking time out of the day to slow down and talk. This is what good friends do on a lazy Kona day, just get together and talk story. Talk Story with Jeni is a series of weekly conversations with old friends and new. It’s a chance to share the backstory of folks in the design industry, people who inspire us because they took life to the next level and made something rockin’ cool of it. Join me and allow me to invite you into the conversation! My guest is Steve Morris, principal for MORRIS, the leading young adult branding firm in the US. His firm creates cross-media strategy and brand expression for clients including Sony Electronics, San Diego Chargers, San Diego Padres, ESPN, Sharp Electronics and Mattel. They communicate with young consumer audiences (18-35 year olds) across all media touch-points including web, print, advertising, packaging, retail, promotions, video, motion, mobile and interactive. Talk Story ('olelo Kama'ilio) is the casual yet deliberate sharing of ideas and opinions, stories and history. It is two or more people taking time out of the day to slow down and talk. This is what good friends do on a lazy Kona day, just get together and talk story. Talk Story with Jeni is a series of weekly conversations with old friends and new. It’s a chance to share the backstory of folks in the design industry, people who inspire us because they took life to the next level and made something rockin’ cool of it. Join me and allow me to invite you into the conversation! My guest is Steve Morris, principal for MORRIS, the leading young adult branding firm in the US. His firm creates cross-media strategy and brand expression for clients including Sony Electronics, San Diego Chargers, San Diego Padres, ESPN, Sharp Electronics and Mattel. They communicate with young consumer audiences (18-35 year olds) across all media touch-points including web, print, advertising, packaging, retail, promotions, video, motion, mobile and interactive.