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Thanks to everyone who participated in Learn Do Share LONDON. See you next time!

Learn Do Share is a FREE two-day event that will focus on how bringing together storytelling, design thinking and technology can lead to audience engagement and social innovation. 

Learn Do Share is coming to the UK for the first time ever, hosted by Ravensbourne on 5th-6th September 2014. Participants will learn and play together in a collaborative and experimental environment. Our programme is structured into three main acts: Learn (keynotes and case studies), Do (workshops, labs and hacks) and Share (networking and collaboration).


Why attend?

Learn Do Share LONDON will give you the chance to:

  • –  Learn how create impactful stories by using the right technology and tools;
  • –  Hear first hand from the world’s leading experts about the latest technical and creative innovations;
  •  Experiment with new ideas and get hands-on experience through our practical labs and workshops;
  • –  Get inspired to develop your own creative projects – and pick up tips on how to fund and distribute them;
  • –  Meet potential new collaborators through invaluable networking opportunities – and make new and diverse connections;
  •  Explore how storytelling can influence technology  – and vice versa.


Who should attend?

Learn Do Share LONDON will bring together people from the creative, product development and entrepreneurial worlds to share ideas and form new collaborations. It is a must-attend event for:

Filmmakers / Writers / Directors / Producers / Games Designers / Apps Developers / Entrepreneurs


  • Alex Fleetwood Keynote

    Alex Fleetwood founded and directed Hide&Seek, a game design studio dedicated to inventing new kinds of play. The studio occupied a unique position in the UK, creating innovative games, installations and events with organisations including Film4, Tate Modern, Warner Bros, Gâité Lyrique, Nike, Sony, the Royal Opera House and Kensington ...

  • Matt Ratcliffe Keynote, Workshop

    Matt Ratcliffe is co-founder of creative studio Masters of Pie who also happen to be an incubation company at Ravensbourne. He has over a decade of experience in creating 3D experiences across a variety of platforms along with a keen interest in how narrative can be augmented, applied and enhanced with new bleeding edge technology....

  • Liz Rosenthal Keynote

    Liz Rosenthal is founder and CEO of Power the Pixel (PttP), an organisation helping international film and media businesses adapt to stay relevant to digital and changing audiences. PttP helps creators and businesses to create, finance and distribute stories that engage audiences across multiple platforms. PttP’s services include: project ...

  • Emily Memarzia Keynote

    Emily Memarzia works as a consultant at the grass roots of Tech City in London, helping start-ups on their journey to commercialisation, and facilitating partnerships between talented innovators, investors and brands. She discovered her own entrepreneurial spirit when bringing Digital Shoreditch (www.digitalshoreditch.com) to life as Festival ...

  • Paula Zuccotti Keynote, Workshop

    Paula Zuccotti is the founding director of The Overworld. She works across film, storytelling and design and has a unique eye for spotting emerging behaviours which she translates into insights and opportunities for new products and services. Formerly Director of Futures at Seymourpowell, where she created and developed their renowned ...

  • Lance Weiler Keynote, Workshop

    Lance Weiler is a storyteller, entrepreneur and thought leader. An alumni of the Sundance Screenwriting Lab, he is recognised as a pioneer because of the way he mixes storytelling and technology. WIRED magazine named him “one of 25 people helping to re-invent entertainment and change the face of Hollywood.” Always interested in experimenting ...

  • Michael Webster Keynote, Workshop

    Mike Webster is a director of The Overworld. He is an industrial designer with nearly 20 years of experience in product design and innovation and has worked across many different categories, ranging from consumer electronics and healthcare to FMCG and transport. He works with clients designing the ‘next big thing’, be that a new product...

  • Chris Sizemore Keynote

    Chris Sizemore is Executive Editor of the BBC’s Knowledge & Learning product, the online home of the corporation’s education and factual content. BBC iWonder, the product’s flagship, has recently launched. Chris’s background is in content strategy at (AOL) Time Warner in the States, and he has been with the BBC now ...

  • Francesca Panetta Keynote

    Francesca Panetta works as a multimedia special projects editor at the Guardian, leading on innovation in storytelling and new platforms. Works include Firestorm, The Shirt on Your Back and View From the Shard and all strive to combine film, audio, text, stills and data in new ways. What is Francesca talking about at Learn Do Share...

  • Emer Coleman Keynote

    Emer Coleman is the Business Development Director for TransportAPI a UK based SME powering change and innovation in transport. She is also the Founder of DSRPTN an open data and technology consulting firm. Prior to joining TransportAPI she was the Deputy Director for Digital Engagement with Government Digital Services in Cabinet Office. She ...

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