Me in 30 seconds
After 10 years building a talent agency, producing parties, and traveling to gigs in Belgrade, Buenos Aires, Beirut, and other places not starting with B, I began to remix information instead of music. It all started with a workshop for teenagers in East London. But that's another story...
Today, I create environments for learning, exploration, and discovery to happen. I do this through:
- Wavetable: a creative studio producing story-driven educational content, experiences and platforms
- Consulting & Coaching: helping companies and individuals communicate and connect with humans and technology
- Speaking, hosting and teaching: at events and companies around the world
I’m also on the advisory committee at SXSW (curating tracks in Brand Experience, Creator Economy, and International Innovation), a certified professional coach, and share a whole load of articles, podcasts and videos here on this site.
Yeah... but, why?
I want to see a world where everyone has the skills, confidence and access to fulfill their potential. Because right now so much potential is hidden. Locked away. Left to waste.
This isn't just applicable to you as an individual. It’s the same for teams, communities, and brands. Think about it: assets, IP, expertise and possibility… just gathering dust. Urgh.
I'm on a mission to help bring that hidden magic out into the world.
Me in a few minutes
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What am I doing now?
Check out my Now page.
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What should you expect from this site?
I share ideas, stories, and resources to inspire and equip you to do work that matters. Topics tend to orbit around indie entrepreneurship, media & entertainment, and career development, but also extend to wherever my interest goes.
What I can promise? You'll get different lenses to see the world, real and relatable stories, inspirations from pop culture, and nothing that takes itself too seriously.
I also try to share an honest view of my day-to-day struggles and mistakes (there are many).
Tools I use?
See my gear page.
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