We are a team of architects, artists, illustrators, engineers, coders and inventors that have first hand experience in our industries. We dedicate part of our week to teaching children, giving them insights into our fields. Alongside our teachers we have access to a broad range of specialists, from software developers to structural engineers, who all contribute to our course content. We hope to inspire the students we work with to pursue their own dreams and interests.
We are always excited to have new members joining our team, please click the link below to fill out our online application form.
Paul is an engineer, musician, and teacher interested in the intersection of technology, design, and science fiction. He has a degree in Electrical Engineering from the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor, where he taught lab modules in digital music synthesis, circuit design, and robotics. He is currently studying Comparative Literature at King's College London.
Helen studied Fine Art at the University of Westminster where she incorporated ideas of chance and humour using art, science and technology. She also began to understand ways in which we can engage and inspire curiosity, particularly when working with children which has progressed onto innovating, designing and leading workshops.
Lynn is an arts practitioner, educator and researcher. She is passionate about creating learning encounters that inspire a spirit of enquiry. Lynn is currently studying her Masters in Arts and Learning at Goldsmiths University.
Emma has a background in Architecture and large-scale installation design. She is passionate about equipping young people with the tools to be adaptable in an ever-changing world. For her, 'design meets tech' is where the magic happens. She is the founder and head designer at ec-space.com
Yazmin is a Python learner, photographer and designer. She has spent time working with the Canadian organisation Right To Play and has a wealth of experience with helping to shape young minds.
Jake is an artist/designer/chess player. He founded Mindful Chess which is an extra-curricular programme to teach students chess in a fun & engaging way. He is passionate about inspiring young people to play and create without fear of 'getting it wrong'.
Farrah is a writer and translator. She is interested in culture, displacement and narratives in the Middle East, especially in Arabic literature. She also translates documentaries focused on culture and social progression, some of which have premiered at Toronto Film Festival. She is a Lego enthusiast and is passionate about creating space for students to find their passions and joy.
Rebecca Travers - Spencer
'Rebecca is a driven learner with a keen DIY Fine Art eye. Rebecca is inspired by animals, animation, community and friendship. Using different kinds of knowledge, communication and play, she enjoys exploring what we count as being meaningful. She studies the pavement before stepping.
'Nick hails from a Literature and History background, maintaining an interest in issues of culture at large -- particularly education and Humanities curricula, and how young people can find confidence in their powers of reason to engage perennial themes: human relations and emotions, ideals worth living, misuse of authority et al. He is exploring the intersections between technology and learning, especially the late Jerome Bruner's work. Currently, he is studying at the Institute of Education.'
Jazmin works in digital arts and engagement. Her personal practise focuses on the complexities within simulating culture and identity through virtual games and experiences. Technology is used as a creative toolset to respond to predetermined ideologies and cultural and political theory. Jazmin works across institutions around London focusing on alternative STE(A)M education for diverse groups of people.
Tim Wheatley is an Illustrator and Animator. He has spent the last 6 years working in the animation industry as both an animator and a director. Tim has worked on many children’s TV shows including Peppa Pig, Poppy Cat and The Night Zookeeper. He has also directed a TV pilot, short films and music videos. He is currently working on his first children’s picture book.
Anna is a philosophy graduate about to embark on postgraduate studies in political philosophy. She is incredibly passionate about critical thinking, especially in the fields of morality and ethics, and its importance in society today. She loves working with children as she is interested in improving children’s social and communication skills through philosophical reasoning.
Amy studies Philosophy at King’s College London. She has advanced analytical skills and her main interest is logic. She has a wealth of experience in patience, explanation and empathy. She is highly curious about the world, logic, physics and maths. I am eager to share this wonder with my students.
George is a roboticist who loves to explore how cutting-edge research in physics can make our lives better. He enjoys travelling and so far lived in London, New York, Prague and Munich, expanding his knowledge of helpful technology by working in new startups, collaborative maker spaces and pursuing a wide-range of innovative personal projects.