Questions worth askingSolve your biggest

Encourage inspired curiosity with two unique workshops powered by the Engine of Creativity to excel in a culture of constant disruption.

How can the innovators of today better imagine the world of tomorrow?

Working collaboratively in open workspaces, sharing ideas globally with other thinkers, todays innovators need to link the unlink-able.

Solutions worth discovering

They must be willing to try many combinations before finding the right answer. They need to be comfortable with concepts that they can play with in new ways.

Visionary creativity for
STEM workflows

The Engine of Creativity is my proprietary approach to facilitating ingenious creative practises. More than simply expert-led instruction, the Engine of Creativity is a personalised, student-centred learning framework for delivering breakthrough training and enriching STEM organisations and workflows with transformative visual thinking processes.

For leaders


When it comes to developing a clear vision, many organisations are simply iterating topically.

In order to drive innovation, decision makers need to diverge away from employing established conventions that are only relevant to right now. Propel your organisation forward by applying the creative visual thinking techniques that visionary artists have practised for centuries.

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For teams


For enterprising practitioners to truly thrive, they need to focus on uncovering unique questions rather than seeking established answers. Master your craft by incorporating the two distinct modes of operation that imaginative creatives have utilised for generations.

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Learn your wayInnovation doesn't
occur in a vacuum

In order to advance traditional approaches to solve your biggest challenges, organisations need to employ a transformative framework for thinking, reflecting and observing to explore STEM practises in a more holistic manner.

How my workshops can help you

Innovate and Thrive are not simply programs for learning mechanical, creative skills. They are modular, interconnected workflows for facilitating interdisciplinary, student-driven learning through authentic, real-world tasks.

I'll teach you how to utilise the cognitive skill of visualisation to form more concise mental images, and then demonstrate how you can use this process to guide future actions, problem-solving and, most importantly, problem-discovery.

Through a range of creative visual-spatial exercises, you'll learn how to apply a more sophisticated visual literacy to support, and enhance, established models of STEM thinking. This collaboration is vital, because every engineer who formulates a new innovations exhibits far more than simply tech, engineering and math excellence. They also need to practise design-thinking, creativity, communication and artistic skills to bring these innovations to fruition.

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Workshop features

for you

No two teams are alike. The most effective learning program is one that is designed to address your specific needs.

While the framework powering Innovate and Thrive is global, the content and outcomes are unique to your organisation. This encourages your team to transfer their learning to familiar experiences through assimilating and connecting knowledge from both unfamiliar sources and unexpected practises.


Most expert-led instruction often guides learners to target goal-specific outcomes in both professional and personal development.

Favouring a process-led approach, Innovate and Thrive intricately interweave both practise and principle, and their richness of methods and delivery strategies focus students first and foremost on systems to learn how to learn better.


Facilitate authentic, deeper learning and higher order thinking with Engine's learner-centred framework.

Innovate and Thrive are student-driven, presented in real time and have been designed from the ground up to be optimised for remote delivery. This encourages real and substantive conversations, increasing learner participation and engagement while promoting shared sense-making through collaboration, discourse and reflection.

Featured clients

BBC Worldwide

Sydney, Australia

BBC Worldwide broadcasts 11 international channels, including BBC AMERICA and BBC Canada. Their creative team oversees the production art of numerous global media properties. Their work is seen by millions of people in print, outdoors, online and on-air. M. Seth Jones created and delivered a 32 hour training program for their production artists to ensure the highest standard of finished output.

RMIT University

Melbourne, Australia

Founded in 1887 and ranked 16th in the world for art and design, RMIT University is the leading art and design school in the Southern Hemisphere. M. Seth Jones created and delivered the 78 hour, 26 week core Imaging Technologies to more than 100 students, including instigating and developing an all new online component of the course.

Ogilvy Australia

Sydney, Australia

Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide is one of the largest marketing communications networks in the world, currently employing over 10,000 people across 450 international offices and 120 countries. Founded in 1977, Ogilvy Australia’s clients include IBM, Coca-Cola, KFC and American Express. M. Seth Jones created and delivered eight hours of training to senior creative directors.

Australian Centre for Photography

Sydney, Australia

Founded in 1973, the Australian Centre for Photography is the leading Australian organisation dedicated to photography and new media. M. Seth Jones created and delivered a series of 48 hour, 16 week workshops for their staff and students.

Adelaide University

Adelaide, Australia

Established in 1874 and a member of the Group of Eight, Adelaide University is the third oldest university in Australia and is associated with five Nobel leaureates. For over 130 years, its Faculty of Arts has educated generations of students in the humanities, social sciences and creative arts. M. Seth Jones designed and delivered two 39 hour, 13 week core visual media programs to first and second year Photography students.

Australian Broadcasting Corporation

Sydney, Australia

Founded in 1929, the Australian Broadcasting Corporation is Australia's national broadcaster, playing a leading role in the nations journalistic independence. Their creative team oversees the production artwork of 5 national television channels, and their work is seen in print, outdoors, online and on-air. M. Seth Jones created and delivered a 48 hour tailored video training program for their production art studio, focusing on visual media techniques and applications to increase the standard of their finished output.

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Contact meStart solving your biggest challenges

I've taught over 1000 students from 35 different countries about the art of visual thinking.

My workshops are available to anyone, anywhere in the world. They are delivered in real time, and are optimised for remote delivery. Email me to learn how your organisation can incorporate these creative techniques to link the unlink-able and discover new solutions to your biggest problems.

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