Jennette Snape

Jennette Snape
Jennette Snape is an experienced global brand specialist and creative marketing director. The portfolio of international brands she has helped (re)position and build include PONY, Tomorrowland, Mysteryland (ID&T), WeTransfer, MTV Mobile, TDK, Microsoft, Heineken, Nike (EMEA) and Emirates Airlines. Founder of creative agency, Dolly Rogers (find them also on Twitter and Facebook). Jennette is an active driver in developing Holland's creative and cultural landscape. Founder and host of 'Creative Ties & Mad Hatters' - an unconventional networking program for connecting young talent & awesome mentors.

Amsterdam’s Highest Cuisine

Let’s be frank, the Dutch are famous for far greater things than haute cuisine. Yet what happens when the capital’s creative class combines forces with artisanal pilgrims and lightly fuse some ‘ole fashioned Dutch adventure? Baked is a new haute cuisine concept with a distinct Amsterdam twist: a six-course epicurean adventure and tasting trip for experienced… More.

Nearly Not There…

In the bosom of Amsterdam’s historical center, snugly nestled between the Port of Call tattoo parlor and the Condomerie, is one of Amsterdam’s finest contemporary art spaces. Undetected by the swarms of tourists blinded by the flashing XXX lights, and locals who tend to avoid the shady goings-on of the Red Light district. W139 is a… More.


Amp.Sessions are hosted by the very fine folks at Amp.Amsterdam and these guys sure know how to mix business with pleasure, in just the right dosage. The Amp.Sessions are small, intimate lounge room concerts jam packed with some of the industry’s biggest heavyweights, both on-stage and off. Their beautiful canal side office space on the… More.

Beepocalypse now!

If you haven’t yet heard, our honey bees have been mysteriously disappearing on mass. Even Einstein knew that if they go, they’re taking us with them! Without going too far down this sulky road, know that help is at hand. Amsterdam is slowly but surely becoming part of the solution in reversing this Beepocalypse, and… More.

Take the red pill

I’d like to chaperone you to an audio visual trip of the mind, body and soul. A chamber opera for Soprano, Electric Trombone, Pilates Trapeze-table, Electronics and DJ. Kimisis is an introduction presentation by Australian Opera Director Konstantin Koukias and an entrée to the feast of original works that will follow. Hosted in one of Amsterdam’s musical and… More.

Desperate Dave’s Love Story

Sometimes the best way to respond to some silly immigration law, is to make an amusing campaign that’s just as silly. This is Desperate Dave’s Love Story – in response to being told that the only possibility for him to legally remain in the Netherlands is if he has a Dutch or European partner. Despite that… More.

I ADsterdam

This was the image that featured on the cover of UK magazine – The Drum, who recently published a 48 page supplement on Amsterdam’s advertising, design and digital industries. They spoke to some of the city’s top agencies (eh hem, including yours truly) to find out why the Dutch capital is such a hotbed for creativity and… More.

Colour me happy…it’s festival season!

I love festival season in the Netherlands – it’s the time of year when this humble land likes to cock its colourful feathers and show off its hybrid creativity and endless imagination. I must admit that I’ve spent alot of my recreational time as a Buitenlander, plowing Amsterdam’s underground habitat and basking in all its… More.

Watch out for drinkwalkers

Whenever I come back to visit my homeland, I’m always amused, surprised and somewhat cringeful at the state of social disarray reflected by the official government advertising warnings. Australia is infamously known for its dangerous species, from the great white shark to the deadly red back spider. Now there appears to be a new threat… More.

Amsterdam Light Festival

Janet Echelman’s ‘1.26’ (Photo: Janus van den Eijnden) 2012 marks the first edition of the Amsterdam Light festival. The historic city centre of our cozy little town forms the décor of the festival for a period of 40 winter days and will be enriched with illuminating art that changes the public area during the darkest… More.