Konstantina Voulimenea has worked in the field of creative marketing communications since 2004. Both client and agency side Konstantina has collaborated with fashion, lifestyle and FMCG brands such Head Sportswear, ellesse (Pentland Brands), Issa, Diet Coke, Moet Hennessy, Pilsner Urquell and B.A.T. She holds a BSc in Operational Research and Marketing from Athens University of Economics and Business and and MA in Creative and Media Enterprises from Warwick University.
Chrysostomos Tsimourdagkas is an architect and visual communication designer. He has worked for several firms including John Wiley & Sons Publishers, Transport for London and Zaha Hadid Architects. His work has been published widely and presented through lectures and exhibitions in Athens, Helsinki, Berlin, London, Chicago and New York. He holds a MArch from the Architectural Association and a PhD in Architecture and Visual Communication from the Royal College of Art.
Dave Kennard is a full stack developer, working on everything from adjusting basic styling of a page up to compiling and configuring web server software. Entirely self-taught, Dave has a focus on standards, semantics, performance and usability. He believes that code should always be clean, well commented and understandable to avoid vendor lock-in – the client should come back because of the good service offered, not because the developer is the only one that can understand the spaghetti code they’ve written.
Motion Graphics Designer
Alexandra Papagianni is an architect and animator with an MA in Digital Moving Image by the Sir John Cass Department of Art, Media and Design of London Metropolitan University. She has participated in several festivals, such as the Brighton Fringe Festival and the Encounters Short Film Festival in Bristol, U.K. She combines different art and design expressions through her work.
Daniel Papadamantiou is an expert in the field of technology operations. He has worked for both small start-ups and large telecom companies (IDT Global, Colt and Nexmo) starting off from engineering before transitioning to commercial operations. Telephony, SMS as well as Unified Communications and APIs are some of his key areas of interest. He holds a BSc in Digital Signal Processing from University of Westminster.
Mandy Ben Ari has considerable experience in international business development and marketing strategy, with a strong focus on insights, research and sales within the FMCG and online industries. Previous clients include the likes of Moët Hennessy, SAB Miller, American Express Centurion, Royal Bank of Scotland and Rolex. Mandy graduated from Nottingham Trent University with a BSc in Computer Science.