Truth Is Golden looks at renowned creatives and their work with a critical eye, aiming to ask deep questions in order to peel back the layers of marketing, clever one-liners and sexy branding. The goal is to show the world what it truly takes for genuinely creative forces to find their own voices and make a career at it. This podcast explores the successes, the failures, the inspirational stories and the lessons gleaned from all of it.

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About the Presenter

An architect by training, Arnaud Marthouret is a culture, communications and media pioneer for the architecture and design industry. He was born in Grenoble, France, where he lived until his early twenties. Growing up surrounded by grandiose mountains in the Northern French Alps, he developed an idiosyncratic love for nature, which nurtured his early creative and adventurous spirit. These are character traits that he still cherishes and nurture to this day, as they allow him to see things from a different perspective. He has an unending love affair for two-wheelers, particularly motorbikes. The overwhelming feeling of freedom that one experiences riding, provides an ideal form of focused escape from this over-connected life.

Recent Posts

Ep. 202 – We’re All Going To Die w/ Stefan Hunt

Stefan Hunt recounts his (short) life story, from a typical western childhood in New South Wales, Australia, to his early foray into filmmaking, crossing the U.S. at 18 with no money, a Bieber haircut and a drive to surf all 48 states,…

Ep. 106 – The Milk That Never Spoils w/ Jaime Derringer

Nothing in her early life foreshadowed Jaime Derringer’s rise as a champion of contemporary design, through the development of her wildly successful design blog Design Milk and its sister sites, Dog Milk and Adorn Milk. A passion project if…

Ep. 105 – Revolution Not Evolution w/ Matthew Rosenberg

Architect Matthew Rosenberg grew up in Saskatoon in an environment that did not predestine him to become the daring creative force he is today. A quiet suburban life and (admittedly overly) caring family was more likely to be conducive to a…
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