The Drum recently caught up with Momentum’s chief creative officer Omid Farhang to find out what he thinks it takes to be a great creative.
Farhang thinks that creatives who do well in this business are often the ones who are able to maintain their confidence and stand by their convictions while staying humble and open to criticism at the same time.
“To succeed in this business is to constantly be reconciling this contradiction between faith and belief in yourself and faith and belief in a larger creative process that you’re a part of,” he said. While he acknowledges that this reconciliation is not always an easy road to navigate, he believes that it is a key ingredient for success.
Throughout his career, Farhang has held creative positions at agencies including Narrative and Creative Artists Agency. He began his career at CP+B, rising from intern to group creative director and creating work for Volkswagen, Burger King and the Gap.