The only thing better about the ambition and drive of these two creatives is their ability to consistently make great work while staying humble and honest.
"Keats’ work is informed by the belief that most people just don’t like ads, plain and simple. 'So the least you can do is try to make something interesting. Anything less and you’re just wasting their time,' he says.
Miller’s advice to fellow creatives is succinct: 'Be hungry, be a student, be a sponge, and most importantly, be humble.'"
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