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Dan Axson – Dan is acting as our project coordinator and managing our web presence. Dan is a Learning Technologist at the University of Sussex. Obsessed with technology, running and pizza. He loves nothing more than collaborating with as many people as possible on all the things. Not one to have his feet firmly planted on the earth, he luckily has a great number of people around him ready to keep him grounded. Dan relishes working with others to solve problems and bring the world together one project at a time. Can often be heard saying “So, I had this idea….”.
Matt Pike – Matt is a music producer & sound designer with an interest in interactive audio experiences. From a background of working in various musical styles and environments, including a focus on live electronic music performance, he has in recent years been involved in facilitating live sound design and audio interactions as part of Exploring Senses ‘Young Inventors Centre’ projects, helped design audio story tales with Same Sky for their ‘Otherworld’ installations and created audio for street theatre performances as part of SprungDigi festival.
Louis D’Aboville – (awaiting bio)
Charlotte Dearing – Charlotte is a Brighton born and raised theatre practitioner who trained At Rose Bruford College of Speech and Drama on the American Theatre Arts BA. She has worked both in the UK and USA with performance and production credits. She has taught drama classes with varying Youth Theatre Groups and directed and assistant directed shows with Bird Studios including, Grease, RENT and Beauty and the Beast. She made her own professional directing debut in 2014 as a part of Brighton Fringe Festival with Nights at the Music Hall; a piece she wrote, produced and acted in as well. This was named as the music choice for The Latest Music Bar by Fringe Review and received a 4 star review by Broadway Baby. Charlotte is currently teaching drama at St Johns College in Brighton. Charlotte continues to work on her own projects outside of work and is thrilled to be a part of this project.
Gabrielle Woerndl – Gabrielle is a multi instrumentalist, multi talented and very creative musician. Currently teaching music at St. John’s College, Gabrielle lives and breathes musicality. Able to instil a sense of fun and intrigue into the process of making music. When not teaching Gabrielle has her own musical side projects.
Guy Sigalov – Since graduating from the London College of Music, studying classical guitar, piano and composition, Guy became part of the first generation of music technologists and for this he considers himself fortunate. He set up a recording and production studio, composing music of all genres for Film, TV and education, building an impressive client base. Such experience lead to the invention of OptiMusic – interactive light beam system – originally a musical instrument for dancers that found a powerful niche within both the entertainment industry and mainstream and special education. Here he could combine his technical and musical knowledge – what he says is the secret to positivity and fulfilment. Guy’s philosophy is simple: ‘Music is an art form painted by frequencies, it has no boundaries or limitations. It embraces us with a magnificent collage of sounds.