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Colin Beavan is a transformational coach and consultant, public speaker, author and an instigator of thought and action. He is the Executive Director of the No Impact Project, an international, environmental, nonprofit project. Beavan is also the author of No Impact Man, a book based on Beavan's attempt to live a life with zero impact on the environment while living in the heart of Manhattan. Beavan received both his Bachelor of Engineering and his PHD in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from from the University of Liverpool.


Eddie is Waggener Edstrom's Executive Creative Director. Eddie has built awarding winning sites, based on responsive design principals, for clients as diverse as the Sasquatch Music Festival, MSN Now and Patient Safe Solutions. He actively consults a wide variety of clients from Abbott Vascular to T-Mobile and UN Foundation. He has creative directed award winning videos for Honeywell and the Gates Foundation. He is a 10-year veteran of projects for Microsoft Corp., consulting with director James Cameron and Microsoft Research to develop a digital road map of high-definition stereographic production for the Oscar-winning film, “Avatar.” Eddie helmed provocative content creation for the Xbox launch and media production for Music Central, Cinemania and Sidewalk. He has led product placement positioning and market messaging to directors and producers Steven Spielberg, Jerry Bruckheimer, John Wells and Michael Bay.

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