- Founder2011 to present London, United KingdomSilicon Junction – a place that right now exists free of definition and constraint. Should we be pressed on expressing a Mission Statement, we might say that we’re looking to provide the Creative and Digital Community in and around Battersea’s Clapham Junction in Wandsworth with a lobbying voice and a platform from which to launch initiatives and large agency-type pitches in the “Real World”.
- DirectorOctober 1998 to present London, United KingdomMy experience over a number of sectors & verticals spans CRM, SEO, website strategy, design and build, social media strategy, online and offline advertising, TV, direct, data, and brand. I particularly enjoy people development, building teams and developing client accounts. The bulk of my experience over the last 10 years has been in servicing the Digital Marketing needs of the Event, Education & Entertainment industry sectors, delivering key projects that enlarge and enable their Digital profile across Social, Open Source & Proprietary platforms.
- Alex's most passionate interests include Motor Racing (Alex raced for a short time in 1986 and 1987 in Formula Ford and Formula First before parking his shiny racing car in an inappropriately violent manner half way down the main straight at Brands Hatch), Boxing (which he is delighted never to have participated in), Music (Alex is hysterically tone-deaf - but loves attending live gigs), Movies, Manchester United (and no, he's not from Manchester...), Skiing, his 2 cats, beautiful wife, adored son & daughter...
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- "I don't want to achieve immortality through my work... I want to achieve it through not dying" Woody Allen
Woman: "I've never been so insulted in my life."
Groucho Marx: "Well, it's early yet."
"As you get older, three things happen: The first is your memory goes, and I can't remember the other two." ~Norman Wisdom.
It is better to be a flamboyant failure than any kind of benign success