other side of my brain :-)
to one of my personal pages for stuff that I haven't had time
to put elsewhere!
more work oriented, page maybe found at my "Graham
Brown-Martin" bio page.
of my working time these days is spent running my company,
Learning Without Frontiers (LWF).
LWF is a disruptive, activist organisation that brings together global thought leaders from the education, entertainment and electronics world to explore new ways of improving learning and personal opportunity. As part of this mission we host large international conferences and online communities, publish and distribute valuable resources and initiate programmes to identify and celebrate new talent. I
started this company in 2004 after returning from working in
the Caribbean and it has brought be back to where my career started,
before I took a detour
into the world of entertainment, i.e. the educational and electronics
sectors, and has allowed me to combine my interests in all of these areas as an active social entrepreneur.
I'm not working on the above I enjoy freelance journalism and
writing. I've edited the biographies of two well known names
and have written a book of my own. My book is a "warts and
all" story about a year my family and I spent living in
Jamaica that turned out like a dub version of "A Year in
Provence" (supported with, as yet, unreleased "fly
on the wall" video and audio recordings) - we went to discover
good vibes and one love but found something entirely different!
that between raising a family, working and writing there's much
spare time but every now and again I also get involved in a bit
having directed videos and epks for The
Tank, FSoL, Zoe and Geejam.
I also worked with Buggy
G Riphead to design the ships
computer for the feature film "Lost In Space".
resist the challenge of designing a human computer interface
set 5,000 years into the future?
get a real buzz out of writing and working in the creative fields
where I've found that there's very little difference between
artisans, scientists and inspired entrepreneurs. So in a nutshell
it's a great excuse to meet some truly amazing people.
is a collection of some of my past efforts in journalism, if
you hate them then keep it to yourself but if you like them tell
others, especially commissioning editors!