PSFK Announces Speakers For PSFK LONDON 2013

PSFK Announces Speakers For PSFK LONDON 2013

Four speakers from advertising, architecture, design and gaming revealed for October 10 event.

  • 22 september 2013

We are looking forward to our return to London later this autumn. On 10th October, the team behind will host a morning of ideas and inter-mingling on in the Purcell Room at the Southbank Centre. This informal and relaxed event connects readers and local creative professionals together over a series of short talks by inspirational speakers. We are excited to confirm the first four speakers for the event:

Adam Powers

adam powers - bbh london

Adam has enjoyed a successful design career, now spanning 20 years. Over a decade of which he spent designing and leading digital user experience & design (UX&D) across the BBC’s desktop, mobile and IPTV digital services. Having joined multi-award winning agency BBH in 2011, Adam now brings his skills to its formidable roster, including Google, Barclays Bank and RedBull and across various offices in the US and Asia. Adam’s primary objective is to create powerful, credible and rewarding experiences, whatever the brand touch point.

Alex Fleetwood


Alex Fleetwood pic(1)

Alex Fleetwood founded Hide&Seek in 2007 and has led the studio since then. Key projects include: Dreams of Your Life (Film4, 2011), Hinterland (Forest Fringe, 2011) and The Building Is… (Gâité Lyrique, 2012). Prior to H&S Alex produced projects including The Eternity Man, a film opera for Channel 4 / ABC Australia. The film reached a global audience of half a million people and won the Rose d’Or, one of the most prestigious awards in television. He is a fellow of the RSA, and speaks on game design and cultural leadership at events around the world.

Jason Bruges



Trained as an architect at Oxford Brookes University and the Bartlett School of Architecture, (UCL), Jason brings environmental awareness and technical skill to his creative projects. He worked with Foster + Partners for three years before moving to Imagination to become a Senior Interactive Design Consultant. Jason set up his own practice is 2002 and now works with a talented team of people to develop and deliver interactive projects worldwide. The studio comprises an experienced team of architects, lighting designers, interaction designers, and visualisers as well as specialists in electronics, programming and project management.

Eoin Billings



Eoin is a director and founding partner of Billings Jackson Design and is based in the London office, where he is responsible for architectural project work. He has a proven track record of delivering high quality systemised components efficiently and on budget and for developing commercially successful products with architectural partners. The firm has won an international reputation for the product design it has done for manufacturers and for its expertise in delivering detail design solutions for architects.

Get your tickets today, don’t miss out on this fantastic event. RSVP below or directly on Eventbrite.


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