I focus on the design and implementation of strategies compatible with an accelerating future.
The International Genetically Engineered Machine (iGEM) competition is coming to our corner of the world.
The Inaugural Falling Walls LAB is set to take place in September 2018.
A 10-city tour of New Zealand sponsored by the Royal New Zealand College Of General Practitioners is taking place this year.
In May 2018, I designed and facilitated a workshop for the Pacific Business Trust as part of a long term collaboration.
In April 2018, I was invited as Panel Moderator for the “What’s next? Looking 20 years into the Future” session.
In February 2018, I conducted high-level strategy, frameworks and foresight consulting work of what learning can be for all 4,500 GPs of New Zealand.
In February 2018, I am participating as a Mentor for Fishhackathon 2018.
The insights from this project will underpin the emerging Be. Lab – Aotearoa’s first centre of access innovation.
In 2017, I completed the Be.Accesible Leadership Programme.
In November 2017, I gave the Opening Keynote for the Digital Summit 2017 with a focus on the paradigm shift of Lifespans to Healthspans.
In August 2017, I was invited by Autodesk to share my perception of the future of Manufacturing and Generative Design.
In May 2017, I was the Closing Keynote Speaker for PRINZ 2017 in Christchurch, New Zealand.
I was an independent curator for over 200 national events.
In March 2017, the Tactile Education team shared the journey of building new educational experiences through accesible technologies in Tasmania.
I am developing Tactile Astronomy to teach Astronomy to blind youth. It is time to open the final frontier for all.
In November 2016, I was interviewed by The Spinoff about Tactile Astronomy and my perspective on innovation in NZ Inc.
In October 2016, the volunteer team working on Tactile Astronomy got together in Tauranga at the iimaginarium.
In November 2016, I participated in Startup Weekend Auckland and represented MESHED.
In November 2016, I secured patronage for a group of 10 participants from Manurewa High School to attend the SU NZ Summit and spark their potential to solve New Zealand’s grand challenges.
Make a New Zealand GST-deductible charitable donation to support teaching Astronomy to blind youth.
In October 2016, Tactile Astronomy was featured on This Way Up! from Radio New Zealand.
Since September 2016, I am a registered volunteer for Marine Mammal strandings in New Zealand. You can learn more about Project Jonah here: Project Jonah – Marine Mammal…
Tactile Sound is the Open Source Engine to make IoT beacons playback audio through a Raspberry Pi. It was developed at the Open Source Open Society 2016 Hackathon.
In August 2016, I participated in the #OSOS16 Conference and represented MESHED, a collective of volunteers and organizations that develop STEAM projects for youth and community in South+ West Auckland.