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Arrest All Mimics Podcast: Animation, Film and Video Production with Flow

Ben Tallon is joined by founder and Creative Director of Flow.

Written by Ben Tallon

Flow is a creative agency specialising in animation, film and video production. I'm joined by founder and Creative Director Karl Doran who shares a great story of yet another unconventional, longer route into the arts. Karl discusses the recent run of awards, how the work of Barney Ibbotson in the studio windows brought in a crucial job for Arts Council England and why it's essential to create a dynamic environment of respect for all staff at an agency, with space for individuality and ideas breeds great results. We also discuss the current Manchester creative scene, the city's transformations over the last decade and why growing up on formerly Europe's largest council estate, Wythenshawe wasn't such a bad thing.

Get your thoughts over on social media @arrestallmimics and tell us how you deal with the awkward scenario of not recognising someone you chat to on social media, in real life!

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