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Connecting Liverpool's Creatives
  1. kin meets Alison Appleton

    A ceramicist specialising in luxury teaware, Alison Appleton’s work has sold in many household name stores since she started up her own studio in 1988 - including John Lewis, Harrods, Zara Home, Marks & Spencer, Selfridges, and Fortnum and Mason....
  2. kin meets Craig Pennington

    Craig Pennington is the Director of Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia: established in 2012, and named ‘Best Small Festival’ at 2015 NME Awards, it is an annual event in the Baltic Triangle that celebrates the vibrant genre of psychedelic music...
  3. kin meets Paul Johnson

    Paul Johnson is the Principal Consultant at and co-founder of big data management company VLDB Solutions, based on Fleet Street in Liverpool. Starting up the business in 2008 with David Agnew, VLDB specializes in high-end, Massively Parallel Processing (MPP) database...

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  1. kin meets Annie O’Toole

    25-year-old, Liverpool-born Annie O’Toole is the founder of JUXDIT: an exclusive marketplace for successfully crowdfunded products. A business student from Liverpool John Moores University, she has this year been named National Association of College and University Entrepreneurs (NACUE)’s Young Entrepreneur...
  2. kin meets FACTLab

    Radamés Ajna and Thiago Hersan are Brazilian technologists, artists and researchers currently in residence at FACT (Foundation for Art and Creative Technology), Liverpool. Running a temporary workshop, educational and skill-sharing space there since last October, their classes have included Hack...
  3. kin meets Liverpool Girl Geeks

    Rebecca Jones founded Liverpool Girl Geeks with Chelsea Slater in 2013; inspiring women from all communities to learn more about technology, gaming, digital design and programming. Their 500-strong (and growing) gang of Girl Geeks travel from across Wirral, St Helens,...