Phil Campbell is a social video pioneer, having been part of the original Seesmic, Qik and 12-seconds communities, becoming an early Nokia advocate for their mobile video influencer program, and helping many companies in the UK get online with their social/online video programs. he won an award at the vloggers in 2006 and went on five years later to help out the town of phil campbell, alabama after a tornado. he is a brand advocate for watch.tv (verisign)
Phil’s current projects include meetdotdot and meetcellbee – his experiments with electric transport, refitting the cellar54.tv studio with new sets and solidifying funding for his Citydeal project, which would enable young people (under 25) to get back to work using cellar54 as a media-making space to create content for remote working via the web. Recently, Phil spoke at TedX Nottingham in the UK.
Also after seven years of experimenting in social media sold the domain name asset me.dm to twitter during the opening ceremony of the olympic games which made him very very happy for at least a few years and allowed him to leave a trust fund for his daughter!
Marsha Smith opened up The Secret Kitchen Cafe; a social eating enterprise to expand her experiences around food sharing, food appreciation and food foraging.
As well as having fun feeding people, she teaches ‘no weighing, no measuring’ cooking classes.
She also advises on food poverty and is currently setting up family cafe spaces where people can access the healing frequencies that communal eating generates.