Find out more about the speakers from the arts, business and creative industries that have presented at CamCreative.
Robert Good: The design process from the first scribble to the final flourish.
Mark Clark from jfdi : How can you win more business, more often?
Mike Dicks: Who Wants To Make A Movie?
Massimo Gaetani from MaGa Coaching: Grow your business with a coaching group
Brand Digital & Creative Recruitment: How to put together a killer CV.
Caroline Hyde: Creative Front, the umbrella network for creative businesses in Cambridgeshire.
Nick Welsh from Mono Industries: Host of the Designers vs Developers debate.
Film and video
Chris Mizsak from Cambridge Super 8 Group: how Super 8mm film transformed from an amateur home movie format in the 1960s and 70s into a cult arthouse film medium.
Bill Thompson: Guardian technology critic on the Cambridge Film Festival and more
Jake Gordon and Dan Smith from All Yearbooks: Presenting Mr Yearbookman, or how make a corporate video interesting.
The team from TEDxGranta: Telling Stories
Photography and video
Dominic Reed: Cambridge-based photographer talks about his work and blog I Drink Lead Paint
Jonathan Glazier from Pepper Rafferty: Brand New Video, how an old format learned new tricks!
Sue Keogh and Dill Hill: Informative graphic novel The Entrepreneurs: Dividing Equity.
Tom Alex Buch and Adeline Darling: Web-comic The Square
Fuzz from Fuzz Illustration: Making an iPhone e-book for kids.
Nick Ellis: The story of Pirate Jenny, the first interactive cartoon musical.
Lindsay Abbott: Voiceover artist talks about her work on commercials, corporate videos, training, games and ebooks.
Web and tech
Adam Maltpress: WordPress – it’s more than just a blog!
Eric Swain from Spice: the latest trends in social media.