Rawle Murrell

In this episode, we chat with Rawle Murrell. He shares his humble beginnings, finding his creative self in a box of his mother’s scraps of cloth. Then stumbling into the world of art and design through his love of cars. Using feedback as fuel and learning to trust in the process.

If you’ve never come across the book How to Become a Creative Director, you’re not alone. That’s because it doesn’t exist.

I've always loved that quote. I don't think any of us as kids said "when I grow up I want to be a Creative Lead yet here we are. I've been immersed at different levels of the creative space since 1995, providing solutions to creative issues and projects, collaborating with some of the industry's greatest creative think tanks, mentoring young minds, and always thinking of getting the "hashtag868" on the global stage. What about you?

A huge thanks to Rawle for taking time out to share with us, check out wha he’s up to on Instagram @rawlinzai.

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A Creative Professional with over twenty years experience. Which he gained during his time spent at a few of Trinidad’s top advertising agencies. Then functioning as the Regional Creative head of the Caribbean’s largest retailer. Contributing to the development of the group’s regional marketing strategy. Forming the regional Design Strategy. Conceptualisation and execution of all creative, marketing and advertising communication for the group’s brands. With oversight of regional and local creative teams and creative processes. He continues to sharpen his creative edge. A passionate, twenty-four hour creative junky. Admirer of sexy typefaces, lover of words and aspiring life long learner. He is also the founder of A BigBox Of Crayons. An online and offline community for creative thinkers + makers in Trinidad & Tobago.