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Jack Adams

Jack Adams

Jack Adams is the Project Director at PebbleStudioLondon He oversees everything from logistics to copywriting to delivery management. Jack is an historian and has a skill set in Comparative Mythology which is highly unusual. In his work as the Director of PebbleStudioLondon, Jack engages with academics and Universities across the world to provide support, lectures, talks and consultation on a range of subjects and issues. He has worked with field leaders in Housing Policy, Pro Bono Legal Support, National Asylum Policy, Social Poverty, Miscarriage of Justice and Human Rights issues in general. He was also a Visiting Lecturer at the University of the Arts in London.

Jack has been an invited speaker for the first United Nations Conference on Public Service Broadcasting in Mexico in 2010, the keynote speaker for the Conference on Mythology at Jendouba University, Tunisia, in 2014 and has run workshops on the Grail Quest, Mythology and History, Poetry as Performance and The Business of Men.

Barrie Simpson

Barrie Simpson

Barrie is a professional with over 40 years of experience in commerce. Unusually for a man of his seniority, he has a deep understanding and grasp of web marketing, social media and e-commerce. These skills have been honed in the insurance industry where Barrie held a status as an expert witness in fraud cases. Compliance and the necessities of rigour in terms and conditions are the foundation of his approach to all tasks and in those tasks his standards are exacting. Technically, he is someone who sees sloppiness as only an excuse for laziness.

Barrie runs his own organisation, Simplink Communications, which provides a range of web based services to international businesses. He is a consultant to PebbleStudioLondon and a key motivator in the delivery of technical production.

Michael Naughton

Michael Naughton

Michael J. Naughton is an advocate of reform in the criminal justice system. He is recognised as a leading expert in the field of wrongful conviction.

Michael J. Naughton is a person who has long been a passionate advocate on reform in the criminal justice system. He is widely recognised as probably the leading expert in the field of wrongful conviction. As an academic he works at Bristol University where he teaches in the Faculty of Law and the Faculty of Sociology. Regularly he receives plaudits from his students attesting to the fact that he delivers compelling lectures and challenges their thinking.

 

Mr Ueda-san

Mr Ueda-san

PebbleStudioLondon runs educational projects with schools in the UK and abroad.  The importance of having professional educational expertise, specifically when delivering cross cultural education projects, is part of our offering. Our Education Consultant, Uedo-sensei, is a head teacher of long standing in Meguro, Tokyo.

Mr Ueda has been the Education Consultant for the DOGTokyo2017 project in Japan. He has been the prime mover in establishing the cultural exchange programme which sits behind the work. PebbleStudioLondon will be developing an ongoing cultural exchange programme between Japan and the UK during 2018 and Mr Ueda-san will be a leading player in this work.

五本木小学校長  上田秀穂
1958年   1月27日  熊本県生まれ                 1984年 日本大学卒
1988年 足立区立弘道第一小学校                   1993年 渋谷区立富ヶ谷小学校
2001年 世田谷区立瀬田小学校                       2008年 八王子市立柏木小学校 副校長
2014年    目黒区立月光原小学校長                   2016年~ 目黒区立五本木小学校長

Akane Takayama

Akane Takayama

Contemporary Art Sculptor

Akane Takayama has received two Arts Council Awards, has been shortlisted for the prestigious Jerwood Prize and granted an Asahi Shimbun Foundation Award. Living in Hertfordshire, she works as a contemporary fine artist and has been living in England for over 35 years.

Takayama has constantly been exhibiting through her career; Pomeroy Purdy Gallery, London (1992), Atlantis Gallery, London (1992), Daiwa Foundation, London (1995), Blue Gallery, London (1995), Henry Peacock Gallery, London (2001), Chelsea Physic Garden Sculpture Show, London (2002), and Domo Ball Gallery, London (2002).

She was then shortlisted for the prestigious Jerwood Drawing Prize (2002) before being asked to present a solo exhibition at one of London’s public galleries, Cafe Gallery Projects, London (2004).

Then followed exhibitions at Space Open Exhibition London (2005) and the Sefton Open, Merseyside (2006) before her major public art, DOG Sculpture Installation, Victoria Park, Clissold Park and Holland Park, London (2010).

After the success of the DOG installation, Takayama was shortlisted for the UJADF Awards, ROA Gallery, Pall Mall, London (2010).

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