Who are the Brightonians organising WordCamp Brighton 2016? Find out right here:
Tom is a Team Leader at Pragmatic and has been working on WordPress projects for 6 years. Since joining Pragmatic, Tom has loved getting more involved in the WordPress community locally, and is a massive advocate for all that Brighton has to offer. When not WordPressing, Tom is part of the Pragmatic in-house band, and loves getting out in the South Downs on his vintage racing bike.
David Lockie is the Founder & Director of WordPress specialist agency, Pragmatic. David’s been involved in the WordPress community for the last six years, having worked as a Freelance WordPress Developer in Brighton before starting up Pragmatic in 2012. Over the years, he’s employed local WordPress professionals (many he’s met through WordCamps!) to build his friendly, WordPress-nuts, in-house team. David co-organises the local WordUp Brighton events and when he’s not working with WordPress he can be found spending time with his family or out in the countryside cycling.
Tom is a Team Leader at Pragmatic. He’s been designing and developing in WordPress for around 10 years now. If you’re coming to WordCamp Brighton, you may get to meet his awesome dog, Bear.
Sarah is the Digital Marketing Specialist at Pragmatic and owner of handmade crystal jewellery brand Moon Tide Jewellery. Sarah’s worked with WordPress since 2012 as a Content Marketer. At Pragmatic, as well as regularly updating their WordPress website, she frequently blogs about how business owners and marketers can get the most out of their WordPress websites by leveraging its power and flexibility.
Sarah has enjoyed being a part of the WordPress community since she started helping organise the local WordUp Brighton events last year. She’s looking forwards to supporting the other WordCamp Brighton organisers to make sure the first WordCamp in Brighton can be the best it can be!
Elliot is a local WooCommerce Expert and WordPress developer. In 2015 his agency Raison launched an ecommerce analytics tool called YoGrow, a SaaS built upon WordPress. Elliot co-organises the WooCommerce London Meetup, speaks at WordCamps, listens at WordCamps and spends a lot of his time WordPressing in one way or another!
Alice is a digital copywriter at Unramble, and co-founder of the local Brighton Digital Women meetups. She can be found writing anything, anywhere, anytime, but specialises in tone of voice and website copywriting – often for WordPress websites. Aside from words, Alice loves the seaside, sampling Sussex ales and ciders, and hanging out at cafés. This will be Alice’s fourth WordCamp but first time as an organiser.
Tammie works at Automattic, the company behind WordPress.com. She has a varied background including psychology, design, front end development and user experience. She is a contributor to WordPress and passionate about Open Source.