Chris Terrill (Al. 1965-70) has been executive producer on a new Channel 4 film: War and Justice: The Case of Marine A.
News from OBs
Bella Lack (Se. 2020-22) has released her first book The Children of the Anthropocene on Penguin books.
Singer-songwriter, Max Pope (Le. 2008-11), has released his first album 'Counting Sheep', with Piccadilly Records.
Meraj Huda (Ch. 1980-84) wanted to work for NASA or be a pilot growing up. He leaves in Australia now, and has worked in technology for most of his career. He loved sports at school, and is currently studying for a second masters degree.
Artist Min Woo Nam (Ab. 2011-13) will be featured in this year's Summer Exhibition at the Royal Academy.
Laura Coppinger (Se. 2010-14) is a finalist in the Sussex Young Musician of the Year award.
In April, the Old Brightonian Golf Team completed their annual pilgrimage to Kent (Deal and Sandwich) to compete in the Halford Hewitt Cup which is a scratch foursomes event for teams of 10 former pupils of 64 public schools. We were without Ben Roberts (Al. 2009-11), Freddie Pett, (Ha. 1999-2004) and Mike Mudie (Ha. 1998-2001) from the previous year, but welcomed back Riaz Rattansi (Ch. 1985-90) and Mark Budd (Du. 2004-09).
Brad Vanstone's (Sc. 2004-09) vegan cheese startup, Wilicroft, has raised €2 million to fuel growth across Europe.