Creative Inverclyde Launches Assembly #01
Creative Inverclyde has announced its next event under a new format - Assembly #01.
From music and architecture to art and film, Inverclyde has always had an incredibly creative community. To further support this, Creative Inverclyde has developed 'Assembly', a series of talks and events from amazing creatives based in or from Inverclyde with inspiring stories to tell.
Designed to encourage discussion, share ideas and foster collaboration, Creative Inverclyde aims to champion the creative community and make people aware of the undoubted creative talent hailing from Inverclyde who are making a difference to the local community and on a global scale.
Assembly is blending together art, television, broadcast, event architects, production and film in one program of three very talented creatives based or from Inverclyde.
The guest speakers are:
David Tanner is one of the UK’s most accomplished broadcasters, instantly recognisable as a live football TV presenter and with a growing reputation as one of the best event hosts on the circuit.
Having grown up in Gourock, David has led live coverage of UEFA Champions League football, Scotland international fixtures and Scottish domestic league and cup matches for nearly 20 years at Sky Sports, interviewing and rubbing shoulders with some of the biggest names in the sport in the process – including Ronaldo and Messi.
He hosts "In Conversation With David Tanner", a sports chat show for BT Sport, “The Scottish Football Show” on TalkSPORT radio and presents a variety of social media programmes and associated content for corporate clients, including Ladbrokes and Coral.
A consummate and reliable host of events and conferences in the worlds of business, sport and charity, David is also experienced in delivering voice over work, podcasts, corporate videos and other sponsored content.
Since graduating from Strathclyde University with an honours degree in Pure Physics, Steven has gained experience in various departments within the BBC, as well as working for independent production companies in both film and television, such as Sigma Films.
Steven left Sigma Films to enter the freelance market as a production coordinator and went onto line produce projects such as Waterloo Road and Eve.
Over the past few years, Steven has focused his development on producing by setting up his own production company, New Light Films which debut feature film Matriarch sold internationally as well as joining Blazing Griffin as a Senior Producer after the success of co-producing Anna and the Apocalypse.
In 2018, Steven was accepted onto the prestigious Trans Atlantic Partners (TAP) producer programme.
Louise is the founder and driving force behind Summerhouse Media, a bespoke creative and international events company.
Louise founded Summerhouse Media in 2007 having built an impressive portfolio during her eighteen years with the Financial Times as Regional Director for Africa, the Middle East and the Indian Sub-Continent and latterly as Global Director of Conferences.
Clients have included The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, The Times and Sunday Times and the London Evening Standard.
Louise developed The Festival of Education, which has grown to become one of the most highly-regarded events in the Education space, so much so that Bob Geldof called it “Swots Glasto”.
She has worked with many names, from politicians to artists to celebrities; has transformed a pumphouse into the bow of the Titanic, hoovered the sand out a Bedouin tent after a sandstorm (yes really!) and transformed a swimming pool into a stage set to name a few challenges.
Louise feels enormously privileged to have worked and travelled in some very difficult countries, witnessed historical moments first hand. Her mantra is “never forget you have a choice”. Having lived away for the past 30 years, Louise has now returned to live full time in Gourock and is one of the co-founders of Creative Inverclyde.
This event is free to attend, taking place on Thursday 7 March 2019 at The Albany in Greenock, Inverclyde.
The event opens at 7.00pm for a 7.30pm start and will finish at 9.30pm.
Spaces are limited to 130 and free parking is available around the building for attendees. Refreshments will also be available for attendees.
To book your place, click here.
Please contact the following if you have any questions:
Andrew Bowman - email@example.com
Louise Hunter - firstname.lastname@example.org
Craig Black - email@example.com
Published: 24 January 2019