WoD Lecture 4
Work Mates


Mon 4th May, 2020


Zoom Conference


This event is open - bookings are not available.

Event Partners

Public Journal B&W
WoD Lecture 4 AGDA x RMIT
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Business owners, independent creatives and suppliers speak from their letterpress workshops, photography studios, light boxes and code rooms about nerding out with designers and the value of process and good relationships.

We are particularly interested in the business side of collaborations and how smart systems and processes can support these working relationships.

WoD is where you are! Isolated, taking care of humanity and flattening that curve like a pro. Register now to find out how these talented individuals have worked with designers and what tips, tricks and inspiration they have to share.

What is WoD?

WoD is the RMIT Communication Design 'Whole of Discipline' lecture series, proudly supported by AGDA and Public Journal.

The series has been designed as an interactive webinar via Zoom with industry case studies and Q&A with the audience. Please join in asking questions on Zoom and we’ll pick out some to answer.

'Whole of Discipline' is industry inclusive and encourages reciprocal knowledge sharing between emerging and existing designers.


Register directly via Zoom

This event is free, but please register to receive your video link. Please contact [email protected] if you need help!

Local Start Times

Due to a fantastic response for the recent virtual lecture, not only nationally but internationally, we're trying to include some local timezones to make it easy for people to tune in.

Australia & New Zealand — Monday

3.30pm - New Zealand
1.30pm - Canberra, Hobart, Melbourne, Sydney
1.00pm - Adelaide
1.30pm - Brisbane
12.00pm - Darwin
10.30am - Perth

UK — Monday

2.30am - GMT

North America — Sunday

11.30pm - ADT
10.30pm - EDT
9.30pm - CDT
8.30pm - MDT
7.30pm - MST, PDT

Portrait of Jeremy Wortsman

Jeremy Wortsman

Jeremy Wortsman is the Founder and Director of The Jacky Winter Group, Australia’s leading creative services agency, its associated gallery space, Lamington Drive, and artist residency, Jacky Winter Gardens. He is also the host of the Melbourne chapter of Creative Mornings, a founding member of The Contemplary, and serves on the board of directors for Craft Victoria. In a previous life, he was the co-founder of the design practice, Chase & Galley, as well as one of the founding publishers and designers of Is Not Magazine.

Portrait of Andy Matsinos

Andy Matsinos

Andy Matsinos is Co-Founder and Front-end Lead of Bone Digital, a Melbourne-based web development studio. He has spent the last decade working to establish and refine Bone’s position and offering within the Australian design community. Working with a small, highly skilled team, Andy has had the opportunity to work on a wide range of projects for small to large organisations, spanning many industry sectors. Working with everything from boutique hotels to national fast food franchises, he understands the importance of staying creative, honest, and striving to push the boundaries.

Bone Digital is constantly iterating on it's business, service and approach. Always looking for ways to better serve and support the extremely talented creatives in the Australian design industry by helping bring their ideas to life. 


Portrait of Hilary Walker

Hilary Walker

Hilary Walker is a freelance photographer who's been working in the industry for over 15 years. She began her career shooting book covers for publishers in London and is now working from a co-working space in Brunswick East Nicholson Street Studios, which she runs with her husband Ben. Hilary loves shooting for clients that are doing good in the world. She documents products, people and places with a natural and informal aesthetic shooting both commercially and editorially.


Portrait of Jenna Hipgrave

Jenna Hipgrave

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Jenna Hipgrave is a designer who understands production and a printmaker who understands the creative process. Co-founder and director at the Hungry Workshop, a design and letterpress printing studio based in Melbourne, she creates tangible objects, collaborating with creators, designers, makers and tinkerers. Jenna, and the exceptional team at the Hungry Workshop, foster a creative dialogue to reach a finished product that is true to the vision, maximises value and minimises waste.

With an acute attention to detail, Jenna's knowledge of paper borders on encyclopaedic and her love of colour ensures the work always involves an ingenious consideration of production. The Hungry Workshop celebrates the creative community — a community who strives to push boundaries, ask questions and take risks.