The what3words Team

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Chris Sheldrick
Co-founder & CEO

Chris worked in the music business for 10 years, booking bands and managing production for events around the globe. Chris was constantly frustrated with suppliers not finding site entrances, and bands not finding their way from the hotel to their gigs. He tried distributing addresses and GPS co-ordinates for years but both failed him on numerous occasions – he was certain there was a better way: what3words was born.


Jack Waley-Cohen
Co-founder & COO

Jack led the operations of translation company Lingo24 for 8 years: during that time he led its growth from 5 home-workers to 150+ staff on 4 continents. At the same time, his passion for quizzes led to him founding QuizQuizQuiz, the UK’s largest quiz event business. Immediately prior to what3words, Jack was involved in the creation of Property Detective, a service to help people make better decisions about moving home.


Mohan Ganesalingam
Co-founder & Head of Research & Development

Obtaining the top first in the Mathematics Tripos (the ‘Senior Wrangler’) in 2001, he indulged his passion for languages and completed an MA in Anglo-Saxon, Norse & Celtic where he won a university prize for the best results in the Cambridge English Faculty. He went on to do a PhD on “The Language of Mathematics”, winning the Europe-wide E. W. Beth Prize for outstanding dissertations in the fields of Logic, Language, and Information. On the basis of this work, he was then selected as a Research Fellow at Trinity, where he spent six years studying language and cognition. Mohan co-designed the what3words system and wrote the subsequent what3words AutoSuggest algorithm. When not working on what3words, Mohan enjoys volunteering with a variety of children’s projects around Cambridgeshire.


Giles Rhys Jones

Giles has spent 20 years in advertising, the last 10 at Ogilvy & Mather Worldwide, one of the largest and most awarded agencies in the world. Specializing in global digital strategy his clients included Unilever, Dove, IBM, HP, British Airways, Cisco & Philips. With them he has won awards for ground breaking integrated, digital, mobile, social, outdoor campaigns and developed a brand inspired prime time entertainment TV show. He loves innovative new approaches helping to set up teams, divisions & agencies including, Saatchi Vision,, AgencyRepublic, Ogilvy Labs UK, Ogilvy Entertainment UK.

Clare Jones

Clare’s background is in the development and growth of social enterprises, including with London-based impact investment firm ClearlySo. Her previous experience includes setting up 2nd Chance, which helps young Londoners into work, and working with NGOs in the UK and abroad. She studied for an undergraduate degree in English, with her graduate degree in the Geography Department at the University of Cambridge. Clare also volunteers with the Streetlink project, doing health outreach work with vulnerable women in South London.


James Humphreys

Born and raised in Brussels, James has a research MSc from Durham University in AI and Computer Vision. His first role was at QAS (now Experian) working on address management systems. He has since worked at Ocado, designing and writing advanced analytics systems such as the in-house routing and mapping systems, and going on to lead the Routing Systems team. James then spent over 4 years in a hands-on role at BP, to become Head of Optimisation and Data Science. In his time at BP, he wrote global logistics optimisation engines, built up an Optimisation team from scratch, and designed machine learning models for decision analytics. James was involved in the early days of what3words (back in 2014), when he wrote the first offline implementation of the what3words system. In his spare time, James enjoys swimming and family time on his narrowboat.


Camilla Taylor

Camilla has spent 15 years involved in the development and growth of young companies, on both sides of the finance table – previously as CFO of electric vehicle tech business, Saietta Group, where she was responsible for closing over £5m in investment and grants, running a strategic acquisition, and building robust financial systems. Prior to that, she made and managed private investments for an AIM listed £300m clean energy fund. Camilla studied Biological Sciences at Oxford and holds an MBA from London Business School / Columbia NYC. She firmly believes in the role of enterprise and tech to deliver solutions to global problems, and enjoys running and nature.

Tom Mursell
Head of Growth

Tom has a wealth of entrepreneurial experience. When he left school, he founded (and later sold) the leading recruitment website for people who didn’t go to university. Since then Tom has worked with several tech companies & high profile entrepreneurs. His focus on strategic partnerships & biz dev has seen him work with a varied group of partners ranging from Alibaba to easyJet to Lloyds Bank. Tom is an alumni of the New Entrepreneurs Foundation where he sat on the alumni advisory council, and he has been awarded various accolades for entrepreneurial achievements.


Olivia Clasper
Head of Communications

Olivia spent the first 11 years of her career at Ogilvy & Mather, where she grew from a graduate trainee, to EAME digital lead, to integrated lead on key global clients such as Philips and American Express. She has a passion for all things digital and content, and was a key leader in developing Ogilvy’s innovative branded entertainment, content studio and efficient digital video production capabilities. She serves as Head of Communications at what3words, leading the operations and growth of the company’s PR and marketing efforts. When not in the office, Olivia is typically trying to cross another thing off her fittingly ambitious bucket list. That, or she’s in the gym.


Ivan Pols
Creative Director

Ivan is a Creative Director who likes to make lots of things, from logos and products, to global communication campaigns and greeting cards. He’s had the privilege of working with advertising powerhouses Ogilvy and Adam&Eve DDB, creating countless campaigns for global brands – including Dove, Audi, KFC, Philips and Unilever. He heads up the creative for communication and design across what3words, building a team of very smart people who are creating amazing user experiences across the world. Ivan runs when the sun is shining and draws cartoons when it’s not.


Anne-Claire Blet
Partnerships Director – Postal Services

Anne-Claire has spent the last eight years at the Universal Postal Union (UPU), the United Nations agency for postal services. There she helped the postal sector innovate, moving them toward more sustainable and efficient operations and ensuring the 200+ Posts rose to environmental challenges. She also fostered social initiatives that leveraged the role of postal services in our communities, using the outreach capacities of the postal network to raise awareness about health issues. She highlighted the importance of postal services when disasters strike, and advanced the tools that ensure Posts are prepared for and can recover from natural disasters. Anne-Claire’s passion is in helping business work with a purpose.


Alex Perez-Fragero
Strategic Partnerships Director

After 6 years in finance at Credit Suisse amongst others, Alex took the leap and founded his own start up. Obsessed with efficiency, he developed a European door-to-door multi-modal travel aggregator which compared Air, Rail, Ferry and Coach options. The MVP led him to be asked to join JUMIA Group in Paris to build the first flight aggregator for Africa. He also headed up Business Development for their Hotel vertical, JUMIA Travel. This involved initiating and executing on partnerships with major Pan African MNOs, Banks and Travel entities. When not working you’ll often find Alex trail running or walking his concerningly aggressive sausage dog, Wilma.


Ashley Marie Cashion
Head of Automotive

Ashley spent nearly 9 years at CNN International working from CNN’s London, Abu Dhabi and New York offices. She managed the Middle East advertising business from Abu Dhabi, then returned to London to cover Africa. She worked with some of the most prestigious and forward-thinking businesses and governments across the Middle East and Africa during her time at CNN. At what3words Ashley is focused on building out global mobility partnerships across automotive, shared mobility, autonomous vehicles, insurance, travel and tourism. Ashley is based in London at the what3words HQ but can usually be found on a plane or at a mobility event anywhere from Silicon Valley to China.


Lyndsey Duff
Country Manager, South Africa

A native Joburger, Lyndsey has spent her entire career promoting the interests of – and opportunities in – South Africa. Most recently she was responsible for inward investment at the South African High Commission UK, after stints at the Palace of Westminster and the South African Chamber of Commerce. She’s a London School of Economics alumna and a self-confessed geography geek. Ask her to name the capital of Honduras.


Uyanga Munkhbold
Country Manager, Mongolia

Uyanga spent six years working for Khan Bank, the largest commercial bank in Mongolia, following her graduation from the University of Humanities. While working with Khan Bank, she also established her own language services provider, Double Check Translation. Uyanga also completed a Master’s Degree in International Business at Brunel University London, having been awarded the prestigious Chevening Scholarship by the British Foreign and Commonwealth Office. She is passionate about establishing new innovations and developments in her home country for the benefit of Mongolia. Outside of work she enjoys socialising, meeting new people, and making the most of her time with her family.


Richard Lewis
Partnerships Director – Travel and Tourism

After hitchhiking to Afghanistan from London, via an unplanned few months in the Greek Islands, Richard had caught the travel bug. He has now spent over 35 years in travel, hospitality and service industries visiting 85 countries for business and pleasure. Senior roles have been held at Preferred Hotel Group, CNN International, Forte and Le Meridien Hotels, FPP, Best Western and JA Resorts & Hotels. He has a deep understanding of Digital Transformation and Disruptive Innovation after helping to pioneer changing travel booking patterns with WorldRes in the late 1990s and launching Clickworker’s crowdsourcing platform in the UK in 2010. Along the way, he invented a word game, launched by Hasbro as Boggle Master.


Georgina Edobor
Head of People

With almost 10 years in HR, Georgina has spent the last 5 years of her career working in advertising for one of WPPs most prominent agencies. Whilst at university, Georgina took a year out and assumed the role of General Manager at her family’s nightclub in London. She has developed a natural passion for all things business and innovation, particularly where people are concerned. Away from her role at what3words she is fuelled by fast moving objects and seeing the world.


Jamie Brown
Head of Languages

Jamie is a Masters graduate in Applied Linguistics, and has previously worked around the world on linguistic, translation and project management contracts, including in Brazil, Kenya and Uganda, as well as coordinating large datasets and editing journal submissions for international research. Time spent away from what3words commonly includes a combination of tennis (playing/watching), music (playing/writing) and camper van travels.


Amanda Sears
Head of Commercial Finance

Amanda graduated from the University of Cambridge with a degree in Natural Sciences before studying to be a chartered accountant within audit. Since qualification she has worked in rapidly-growing technology start-ups, including being one of the early employees at SwiftKey which she saw through to its acquisition by Microsoft. Outside of work Amanda enjoys running, badminton and visiting far-flung areas of the world to scuba dive or see wildlife.


Josh Wigmore
Product Lead

Josh is an Electronic Engineering graduate and spent over 6 years with Apple in a number of countries and functions, with the majority spent in Product Marketing managing product functions such as launch, strategic planning, internal software development, government policies and pricing. Other than wanting to create world changing products, he enjoys all technology, cars, writing and making music.


Imogen van Zaane
Integrated Producer

After a Masters degree in Publishing, Imogen spent 6 years in the weird and wonderful world of fashion quarterly and creative agency TANK magazine producing all things print, digital and video. Two years as Creative Production Director at eg+ worldwide followed and led into the most recent 2 years as Workflow Director at ELLE UK. Throughout the years, the digital revolution within publishing and advertising and the fast-paced fashion industry in constant flux grew her interest in innovation and its ability to contribute to society. In her spare time she loves to invent recipes, roam around museums, binge-read news, run, and tinker on new projects.


Miriam Frank
PR Manager

Miriam helps startups develop their narrative and tell their stories to the world. With an appetite for disruptive tech, most recently Miriam worked on strategy and creative campaigns for world-renowned brands and emerging fast-growth companies alike. Prior to this, Miriam was one of the first team members at start-up Velocity – a concierge reimagined for the digital age. In her time there, she worked alongside a small, dynamic team to develop the brand’s identity and voice from conception to raising more than $30m in venture funding and launching in the U.S. Fun fact – #ThisGirlCodes. Miriam recently completed a coding course at Twitter’s UK HQ.


Lily Christensen
Senior Partnerships

Lily comes from the world of SaaS startups, working for a company that improved digital user experiences for brands such as Air Canada, LATAM, CNN & Originally from Sausalito, CA her studies in International Relations & Geography and career in tech have taken her from St Andrews, Scotland to Amsterdam, New York City and finally London. She’s a keen language learner speaking Spanish and Dutch and a geo nerd with the nickname LPS for her compass-like sense of direction. If she had been born a few hundred years ago, these talents would have been highly valuable, but in the modern digital landscape she’s using her skills to help people locate beautiful and unique travel destinations via what3words.


Pierre Francois
Senior Partnerships

After his studies at Sorbonne and EDHEC, Pierre spent the following 3 years in Africa. After a stint at the French Trade Commission in Johannesburg as a trade adviser, he then joined the Jumia Group for more than 2 years, working for Jumia Travel in Kenya as a business developer and then leading Jumia’s classifieds businesses in Tanzania and Morocco. This allowed him to develop a strong understanding of e-commerce, customer experience and operations in complex environments. Besides of work, Pierre enjoys playing the drums and refining his cooking skills.


Tom Blaksley

Tom graduated from Cambridge University where he read Arabic with French and Spanish. During this time he spent a year living in Oman, writing his thesis on Islamic Finance. He has since dabbled in a range of industries, comprising stints in asset management, political consultancy, corporate intelligence, and a period on the British Council’s Middle East desk. Having taken every opportunity to backpack his way around the world and having spent the majority of these trips hopelessly lost, Tom felt he had no choice but to join the what3words team.


Geordie Palmer
Local Market Programme Manager

After graduating from Bristol University in French and Spanish, the first thing Geordie did was drive to Mongolia. He got as far as Kazakhstan. Not disheartened by the adventure, he went on to found and sell a backpacking app providing off-the-beaten track suggestions and tips. Prior to joining what3words, Geordie worked at a VC firm uncovering some of Europe’s future technology giants.


Zolzaya Chultembat
Local Partnerships Manager – Mongolia

Zolzaya joined what3words after finishing her undergraduate degree at Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific University in Japan. Whilst at university she worked on the first international business case competition in Japan, and has also been an action plan executor to tackle UN Sustainable Development Goals at World Merit. In her spare time she likes to listen to podcasts, practice yoga and hang out with her grandmother.


Gigi Etienne

Gigi is half-Colombian, half-French and studied Politics and International Studies at the University of Warwick, UK (with one-year at the University of California, LA). Gigi started her career in tech by co-founding a Fashion startup aimed at helping emerging fashion designers launch their first collections. She also worked as an early-stage crowdfunding investor at Seedrs and graduated from the New Entrepreneurs Foundation in 2017. In her spare time, Gigi likes cycling, travelling, going salsa dancing, hugging dogs and practicing the capitals of the world.


Will Johnston

After graduating from Oxford University, Will threw caution to the wind and set off to cycle around the world. Over 2 years, 30000 miles, 42 countries and countless punctures later he returned home, legs aching, to dive into the London tech scene. He worked for 2 years leading the expansion of a fast-growing travel start-up before moving on to join the what3words team. Besides work, Will enjoys almost every kind of outdoor activity and hopes to adventure in South America some time soon.


Jo Clark
Account Manager

After seven years producing programming for leading UK and International broadcasters, Jo made the jump to the non-governmental sector where she headed up the marketing and communications for Street Child United – using sport to challenge the negative attitudes and behaviours towards street-connected children and homeless youth around the world. Outside of work, you’ll often find Jo enjoying running, playing football, travelling and walking her dog, Moomin.


Harry Ryder
Business Development Assistant

Harry studied Anthropology at Durham University and joined what3words only a few months after he graduated. By the end of his degree, and partly thanks to Anthropology’s focus on international development, Harry decided he wanted to be part of something world-changing. Having always been a keen traveller and experiencing the problems of with location and addressing firsthand after backpacking around Africa, what3words seemed the perfect fit. When not working, you’ll often find Harry out on a run or attending a concert to watch one of his favourite bands.


James Cochrane
Business Development Assistant

James finished studying History at Bristol University with a strong desire to work abroad and keen to be involved in impactful business. He first came across what3words that summer while driving around Tanzania and knew it was the company for him. Having dropped his previous plan to move to Chile, he started at what3words in January 2018. Besides work, James enjoys being outdoors at home in Scotland, travelling, and struggling to play his bagpipes.


Khulan Bat-Erdene
Local Marketing Manager – Mongolia

Khulan is a creative thinker, who is always learning. She holds an MBA from the Graduate School of Business, Ulaanbaatar. After completing her studies at the Technical University of Dresden, Khulan began her career as an Project Coordinator at an international trade fair organisation in Mongolia where she became a problem solver for clients. Plagued with having a poor sense of direction, Khulan feels she has found the perfect role at what3words. Away from work Khulan likes to spend her time with family and friends, and enjoys binge watching tv shows. She is also a keen karaoke singer and basketball enthusiast.


Simon Sothcott
Head of Media

With over 10 years experience in media, Simon brings a depth of industry knowledge to the team. His last 5 years have been spent in the Middle East advising brands on their approach to digital transformation. He has worked for agencies in London, Dubai and Qatar, developing integrated strategies for global clients like Disney, Vodafone, Toyota, Rakuten and Starwood Hotels. Simon is keen to experiment with the latest innovations and explore how these can have a be positively applied to what3words. He holds a Masters degree in International Management, has a passion for the outdoors, motorbikes and strong coffee.


Jamish Vekeria
Product Growth Manager

Jamish is passionate about building products that can improve lives and enhance our experiences. Whilst reading Economics at university, he developed the app ‘Who’s Out?’ to digitalise student nightlife before combining his interests in sport and technology to help launch the fantasy football app ‘SportHero’. Since then he has launched and scaled Uber across the South Coast and went on to become the Head of Safety for their UK operations. Jamish is an alumni of the New Entrepreneurs Foundation and enjoys mentoring students hoping to begin their careers at start-ups.


Hugo Winn
Growth Analyst

Hugo studied at Durham University and has a Masters from The London School of Economics. He is passionate about technologies that radically improve people’s lives. Prior to joining what3words Hugo was an advisor to the CEO of a major communications firm working in London and Washington DC. He is a contributor at the Huffington Post and has written for LSE Business Review, New Statesman and CapX. In his spare time Hugo is a keen saxophonist and cyclist.


Davide Piasentin
Growth Data Analyst

Davide has a masters in Computer Science from ParisTech and, after living in Brazil and working in Germany, has since settled down in London. Passionate about language and travel, he always wanted to work in a disruptive industry. Prior to what3words he worked in the AdTech industry for three years where he learned how to transform billions of logs into actionable insight, advising App clients such as Spotify and Careem. When he is not in the office he is most likely to be found somewhere in the world climbing mountains.


Cornel Riviere
Technical Support

From a young age, Cornel enjoyed breaking down computer hardware only to fix it again and recalls his first OS being MS-DOS and being able to access basic games without a GUI. After gaining a degree in Multimedia Technology, Cornel joined startup company Flubit where he established his status as the ‘go to’ for all things technical. He joins the what3words team as our in-house Technical Support expert, where he is keen to explore his passion for hardware configuration, infrastructure and technical problem-solving. In his spare time, Cornel enjoys playing football and dabbling in cryptocurrency, which he believes to be the future!


Andy Currie
Product Owner

Andy has spent 10 years working in the Geospatial field after studying for a Masters in GIS at the University of Leeds. During the last 7 years, he has focussed on the development and product management of numerous exciting and cutting-edge web mapping apps. Andy worked for Newgrove for 5 years first as a developer before moving into product management of their core product Periscope. More recently, Andy has been working at Atkins as a Product Manager within their digital engineering team. When not playing with technology and maps, Andy loves playing racket sports, running and cycling.


Maddalena Andriolo
Management Accountant

Maddalena has been working in accountancy for the last 5 years, with both UK SMEs and corporates, having spent her early career in Italy working with a local bank. She has a first class honours degree in International Business Studies, and is currently completing the ACCA qualification. She is excited about the opportunities to incorporate what3words in daily life. In her spare time she loves roller-skating with her daughter, and getting beaten by her sons at football!

Chloe Day
Operations Project Manager and Accounts Payable

Chloe has been working for what3words since November 2013, and in her years with the company has performed a dizzying array of tasks for the operations and marketing departments. Currently her role focuses on keeping many of the core aspects of the business running smoothly: from day-to-day accounts to customer support, translation requests to helping ensure the team are a set of happy campers. She holds a Master’s degree in Chinese history, and enjoys horse riding and reading all the books.


Gemma Higgins
Executive Assistant

Having worked in a number of client-facing support and operations roles, Gemma is passionate about collaborative cultures and delights in improving efficiencies and solving problems. Fascinated both by the power of words, and technology’s potential to make a meaningful impact on global communities, she believes that true innovation is routed in purpose. An avid reader, audiobook and podcast listener – typically psychology, society, science and tech (or anything with footnotes!), she studied Fine Art with a specialism in paper cutting and still likes to retreat to her studio for a bit of solace.


Arnaud Ferrand
Lead Software Engineer

Arnaud has a Master degree from Toulouse University in Information Systems, and has spent his career working for major integrators gaining experience in project management and software architecture across a range of industries, including telecoms and mapping. He fuelled his passion for maps working as a software architect for Esri France, before joining what3words. When away from his keyboard, he can often be found rock climbing, or travelling and hiking with his family.


Simon Barnett
Lead Software Engineer

After completing his Computer Science degree at Kent University, Simon joined BT as part of their graduate intake. Over the course of six years he worked in several areas of the business, however, the majority of his time was spent in the field of test and diagnostics. Simon developed numerous analytics systems for the detection and classification of line faults, two of which resulted in patents. Simon then spent three years at digital solutions provider, NetXtra, where he initially undertook the role of Senior Developer, before going on to become their hands-on Head of Development – leading their team of developers and project managers. Outside of work Simon spends his time following Charlton Athletic, and walking Rory his Jack Russell Terrier.


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Michelangelo Zampogna
UX & Product Designer

Hailing from Rome, Michelangelo is a 360° UX & Product Designer / Digital Art Director who specialises in conceptualising and brainstorming project ideas and bringing them to life in their truest form. Having worked for the likes of the BBC, The Saville Row Company and Squawka Ltd, Michelangelo has a passion for Branding, Digital & Digital Products and loves to work on projects which test his creative know-how and enable him to be flexible in his approach. In his spare time, he enjoys spending time with his family.


Iannish Posooa
UI/UX Designer

Iannish has lived and worked in 5 different countries. He has 9 years of design experience accumulated from multiple large broadcasters to include ITV and the BBC. He also has experience in smaller start up environments, including agencies and the music space. Before joining what3words Iannish led the Commercial Design team at Time Inc. In his spare time, he enjoys bouldering, tennis, attempting to play the guitar and designing obscure indie games.


Sunny Bhogal
UX Designer

Sunny moved from Birmingham to London for his post graduate in Critical Thinking and Media Communication. Before joining what3words he worked with the Illusionist Derren Brown promoting his Trick or Treat series and brands like T-Mobile, The Savile Row Company and Squawka LTD. Sunny has a passion for all things design, technology, International Relations, reading and boxing.


Rachael Holborn
Language Project Manager

Rachael has a First Class Master’s degree in Theoretical and Applied Linguistics from the University of Cambridge. Having focussed on the semantics and pragmatics of language, her research and resulting theory of politeness lead to a key note speech at a recent linguistic conference in New York. Outside what3words, she typically spends her time running and watching documentaries.

Maiju Nurminen
Language Project Manager

Maiju’s background is in project planning and coordination, and before moving to London she had a key role as the coordinator of a major educational reform project in the University of Helsinki, Finland. A keen language geek, Maiju is armed with a Master’s degree in English Philology from the University of Helsinki where she also studied Communication and Social Psychology. Outside of what3words Maiju enjoys long walks and talks, aerial acrobatics, and spoiling her friends with good food.


Ria Hearse

Ria has worked as a Graphic Designer for 4 years, gaining experience working in top Design studios in Hong Kong and Australia. Prior to her design career Ria worked as a leader in one of Australia’s leading general insurance companies. Whilst completing her diploma in Design Ria found time to pursue her love of  the great outdoors and photography. Recently Ria moved to London keen to tackle a new creative challenge, which she is keen to explore at what3words.


Maddie Taylor

Maddie has a BA in History and Spanish and an MA in Creative Advertising. She has followed her passion for words, languages and creativity to places as far-flung as Morocco and Guatemala, working in tourism, education and NGOs. Maddie joined what3words after three years as an advertising creative and is the only team member without an address (she lives on a canal boat).


Adriano Sganzini
Junior Designer

After gaining qualifications in Photography and Creative Advertising, Adriano began working in the advertising industry. He then followed his passion for new experiences and joined the what3words team. During a six week internship at what3words, Adriano has been working in a variety of different areas, from Design to Editing, Photography to Film. He is now excited to continue developing his talents in these areas, and cultivate his skills for realising new ideas at speed. Outside of work Adriano lets his mind travel and challenges himself every day by exploring different ideas and experimenting with new tools.


Edwina Khayat
Junior Copywriter

Edwina moved to London from Lebanon to study Anthropology at UCL. A lifelong voracious reader, she wrote her dissertation on Singaporean ghost stories, then went on to work in creative agencies across Europe. Edwina believes in the power of good ideas and is thrilled to be part of what3words’ journey to change the world. To find her, follow the trail of books.


Ken Coy
Senior Motion / Video Designer

When Ken watched the Stanley Kubrik masterpiece Space Odyssey as a boy, he knew what he wanted to do – fast forward and he’s created Motion Graphics with and for The BBC, Sky Media, ITV, Channel 4, Sony Entertainment, ROH, Bloomberg TV and most of London’s top West-End shows, galleries and museums. He says ‘video is the new vernacular’, so combining his love of graphics with engaging narrative storytelling for what3words is his new passion. A keen tennis player and overall fitness enthusiast who winds down with Jazz from that pivotal era of the late fifties.


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