Toby Coffey is head of digital development for the National Theatre, London. He is responsible for the creative and technical development of the digital interfaces between the theatre and its audiences and develops forms of digital engagement and interaction around its productions. He has 15 years of expertise in the digital arena from creative, technical, production and social perspectives.
Lysander Ashton is a creative director at 59 Productions. He took a key role in video designing Danny Boyle’s opening ceremony of the 2012 Olympic Games in London, the internationally acclaimed exhibition David Bowie's Light Falls for the 2015 World Science Festival, and opera Dr Dee with Damon Albarn and Rufus Norris.
Oliver Lindsey is founder and director at Play Nicely—an award-winning design technology studio. Since graduating in graphic design from Falmouth in 2004, he has worked as a creative/technical director mainly focussing on the arts and culture sector—designing & developing award winning experiences and resources for events, online, and mobile. His work mixes the application of emerging technologies with more traditional platforms that reach audiences in exciting and unexpected ways.