Interview with Ross Barber Smith - founder of Electric Kiwi & Co-host of Bridge the Atlantic.
"I want to see something that immediately gives me a good indication of the artist’s vibe and what they’re all about. I want it to feel professional, like they’re someone who is invested in their career. And If I’m visiting in a professional capacity I’ll immediately want to read their bio, and see what press are saying about them." @Ross Smith
Last week we had the chance to chat with Ross Smith - founder of Electric Kiwi & co-host of the Bridge the Atlantic video podcast.
Ross has a unique connection with the music world, from helping brands and musicians design the perfect website to creating valuable online resources to educate artists worldwide.
It was truly inspiring to pick his brain about music, design and everything in between.
Can you tell us a bit about yourself?
Eek, why is this the hardest question to answer?! I’d describe myself as a music lover and awesomeness aspirer. I have a massive love for Eurovision, sausage dogs, and chocolate. I’m fueled by coffee and determination, and was raised on a musical diet of Mariah Carey and Michael Bolton (before finding my own love of all things Pop Punk, Emo and Post Hardcore in the early 2000s).
How/why did you start Electric Kiwi?