Kourosh is a graduate cultural analyst for Space Doctors. He graduated in Philosophy, Politics and Economics from the University of Warwick focusing on aesthetic theory. Fascinated by the emergent digital landscapes, music and literature, he's committed to translating his passions and research into brand strategy. He draws inspiration from his British grandfather who travelled to Iran in the 1960s to build roads and his Iranian grandfather who resisted the Shah in 1979.
Dan set up creative practice Not Actual Size back in 2007. The earlier part of his career included a stint as Head of PR at Sony Interactive Europe where he handled the Playstation launch, and 5 years as a board director at the global PR giant Hill & Knowlton where he ran the global Adidas, Carlsberg and Gillette business. He is also a regular speaker and judge on award juries for both the advertising and PR industries (including D&AD, and PR Week).
Malcolm Evans is
an independent consultant and pioneer in applying semiotics to brand strategy and communication. Malcolm specializes in helping brands communicate more honestly and effectively in the context of today's dramatic changes in values, technologies and behaviours. Author of numerous articles, conference papers and Signifying Nothing, one of the first books to apply semiotic thinking to an understanding of Shakespeare’s work in its cultural contexts.