Our January 2012 meetup was an open mic night, with lots of CamCreatives getting up and sharing news about their latest projects. Some of which are up and running, and others which don’t yet have a name.
Here’s some info on what was presented in case you couldn’t join us on the night, or if you want to get involved with any of the projects.
Chris Arnold from Percollate is particularly interesting in finding UI experts who will be able to create a customer-friendly interface.
Ale Caggiano from CUTEC needs help with a new venture relating to event management in Cambridge.
Alan Cooke from NACSound would love some feedback on their new product Geminos, speakers which finally do justice to the creative genius of the music! You can also follow them on Facebook and Twitter.
James Cotton from OneSpaceMedia on the big changes in 2011 and how he’s going to push things forward in 2012.
George Fairbairn from George Fairbairn Photography gave us an insight into his business, specialising in photography for music, fashion and advertising.
Ann Hawkins from the thriving Inspired Group says she always need speakers.
Lina Orsino from Liquid Photo explained that they want to do more corporate event photography this year so get in touch if they can help your business. She also wants to encourage everyone to come to Cambridge Darkroom, and on a separate issue, wonders if anyone can foster a cat! Contact her through the website.
Dominick Reed, AKA Mr Flibble, told us about his two-year project to take a photo of himself every day and the challenges that presented. ‘To look this idiotic is not easy…’ Take a look at the results on Flickr.
Paul Smith filled us in on Eventility, the new events listing site founded in Cambridge
Nick Welsh from Mono Industries has been mulling over the concept of the entrepreneur and why everyone wants to call themselves one nowadays!
Yvette Chivers from NE Excuse runs a music marketing network for live bands and producers, specialising in electronic music and visual performance.
Hanna Longstaff spoke about ageLOC, the new anti-ageing technology. She’s looking for partners who can help her expand the business.
Adam Hawkins says help is wanted to run a film tent, storytelling tent, live photo wall and other entertainments at The Curious Yellow Weekend – a boutique festival with a carnival feel for 1,000 people. Running from 6th -8th July at a site north of Cambridge. Facebook or email Adam at firstname.lastname@example.org
Edward Cearns from Cearns & Co sent us this follow-up: Cearns&Co is a creative company that enables community and social enterprise projects to achieve their goals.
- Enabling the faith communities of Cambridge to be involved in the design and delivery of community facilities on the major new development by Cambridge University on the North West edge of the city.
- Working with community projects in Kennigton, London that are delivering services for ex offenders and those at risk of offending- to provide them with a phased and supported return into the wider community
- broaden my creatives network
- find potential creative collaborators in the built environment field
- new clients in the community and social enterprise areas