Meet the TEDxBrighton Team
Natalie Lloyd (@natalie_l_lloyd)
Natalie is a digital consultant, editor and journalist working within the photographic industry. She was wide-eyed enough to take on the role of Producer for TEDxBrighton.
Marc Koska (@marckoska)
In 1984 Marc first read a newspaper article predicting the spread of HIV through re-using syringes, 27 years later his solution the K1 syringe can be accredited with saving millions of fatal infections/lives. In 2006 he established The SafePoint Trust, a holistic approach to converting the supply and demand infrastructure to only accept safe injections.
Production / Event Management
Ru Harper (@ruharper)
Ru is TEDxBrighton’s fabulous Stage Manager, she’s also one of NixonMcInnes’ newest Consultants.
Marketing / Promotion
Digby Killick (@dogby52)
Digby is a digital marketer & strategist. He’s responsible for the marketing of TEDxBrighton including the site, social & newsletter and, most importantly, ensuring the lanyards are put together to the highest quality.
Vicki Hughes (@vickih)
Vicki Hughes and the Fugu team offer a fresh approach to communications and PR from its team based in Brighton, as well as from an extended network of senior consultants across the country.
Lalage Wordsworth (@LalageW)
Lalage is key member of the Fugu PR team with a background in journalism and SEO copywriting. She’s also knitter committed to the beautification of bodies and Brighton spaces.
Adam Tinworth (@adders)
Adam is a content consultant, journalist, veteran blogger, university lecturer and believer in portfolio careers. He’s responsible for the content strategy of the TEDxBrighton and blog and provides real-time blog coverage of the conferences.
Formerly a puppeteer in Spitting Image, Richard set up Brighton Science Festival in 2005. Now, an internationally renowned author, Richard is a seeker after truth.
Dr David Bramwell
Dr Bramwell is creator of Cheeky Guides Books, Sing-a-long-a-Wickerman! and host of Brighton’s long-running conversation night, the Catalyst Club.