UR, Going To Be Ok - A Conversation With Josh Mellor
January 16, 2020

Creativity fosters better leadership, problem solving and promotes teamwork.

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We're back and starting the new year, no- decade off with a new podcast! This one is special, as we got to finally meet up with our new friend, Josh Mellor. Josh is a multidisciplinary artist and creative living in Manchester with his wife, Estee. His day-job involves working as a film producer at Hope For Justice—a global non-profit organization which aims to end human trafficking and modern slavery— but he is also involved in several side projects, each of which have garnered attention over the past few months. UR, is a clothing company that exists to communicate important messages surrounding self-worth and positive mental health amongst other things. Josh is the brand’s, Art Director and together with Dillon Wilson, UR’s, Creative Director and founder, the pair of them have worked together to forge the beginnings of what seems to be an effective vehicle for the kind of message desperately needed by the youth / creatives of today. Additionally, he’s also curated and built an online community of 17k followers via his IG magazine, Neon Lime.

We love Josh and we know you will too! Take a listen to hear Tres and Josh talk about personal experience in the church + creative culture and their thoughts on what creatives should do to prepare themselves for working with a church. Out now on all streaming platforms! Also check out what Josh (@manlikemels) and Dillon (@dillonscottwilson) are up to with UR, (@youarecomma)