Brian Quinn has a BFA in Jazz from the New School, managed musicians and produced concerts for almost 10 years, co-founded The Noble Rot underground supperclub in 2009, writes cocktail articles for FoodRepublic, and also served as Director of Programming for Social Media Week for 2 ½ years. He joined the CreativeMornings team in March 2015 and helped to launch their exciting FieldTrips events in NYC.
creating events, mixing cocktails, rhythm, and thrift shopping.
finding a band, doing my taxes, and travel hacking.
Believe in yourself. (From my amazing wife).
Those who give themselves selflessly to help others. It takes a certain kind of mind to only see what others need and put their own needs last.
moving to a beach town and painting murals, while making cocktails by day for tourists on the beach.
things that I've smelled
how to shake up a great cocktail
Brian’s CreativeMornings activity
Dave Brown Love Your Work, Work Your Love
Jonathan Harris [Short] "Men at 30"
Ping Fu Bend Not Break
Slow Cooker Chicken Tacos.
How to handletter using a projector
Wilson Miner "Steal This Talk"
Ben Pieratt Failure is a Matter of Perspective
Without self-awareness, you can't experience pleasure. Without candor, you can't express and obtain your needs. Without trust, you can't connect. Without failure, you can't learn. And without fun, the qualities of life are diminished.
Jesse Hertzberg A Founder's Lieutenant
Purpose is the new bottom line.
Casey Gerald Purpose is the New Bottom Line
Don't give someone a cup of coffee if you need a favor back, just ask them for the favor. It builds trust.
Paula Scher Ephemeral or Indelible?
John Forté Spread Love
The best way of doing it, is showing it.
One nice thing about failure is when you go through it at the end you can sort of take stock and say "OK, that was a failure. And it wasn't that bad."
The best way to predict the future is to invent it.
The more innovative you are, the sharper you are, the smarter you are, the more courageous you have to be.
Elle Luna The Crossroads of Should and Must
Ben Chestnut Do What You Love