Matt's career has been defined by finding creative, elegant and impactful ways to communicate complex concepts to huge audiences.
He has been nominated for a BAFTA for Digital Creativity, won three Webby awards, two Lovie awards, and a host of national and international digital awards, nominations and honouree mentions. His work has twice been voted the Best Science website on the internet.
A senior editor for twenty years at New Scientist magazine and the BBC, his work has reached more than half a billion people. Accolades include producing the highest-rated BBC app, the most shared story across BBC online, and some of the most-read content on the BBC websites, across a range of factual genres.
Matt is the author of three novels. He is a keen cyclist, having ridden two L'Etape de Tours, the length of the UK, known as the 'End to End', and is about to embark on a 1000-mile race to circumnavigate the Netherlands.
Specialising in digital project management and business analysis, Catherine has delivered some of the largest public sector and commercial web projects in the UK.
Her projects include managing the delivery of the iconic and BAFTA-award winning BBC iPlayer, corporate websites for Lloyds Banking Group, launching websites for Landrover and Yodel, and strategic web builds for the UK Department for Education.
She has fifteen years experience of client-side and agency-side work with some of the UK's largest brands.
Catherine is also a qualified yoga teacher.