Bryan Mathers
Visual Thinker

Bryan creates pictures to explore and engage others in ideas, concepts and messages. 
Sample his work here: www.visualthinkery.com

Originally a Software Engineer, Bryan has co-founded a number of tech startups - one of which, Learning Assistant, was acquired by City & Guilds. As a result, he headed up Learning Technology Innovation within City & Guilds. He currently works as a consultant for City & Guilds, focusing on emerging technologies especially within Vocational Education. Bryan co-founded the Think Out Loud Club, a forum for facilitated discussion with regards to disruptive technology within FE. Bryan’s current focus is Open Badge Strategy.

Bryan represented City & Guilds on Further Education Learning Technology Action Group (FELTAG) and Education Technology Action Group (ETAG) set up by the UK Government’s Department for Education and Department for Business Innovation and Skills.

Bryan is also the founder of Wapisasa, a non-profit digital agency focused on the mentoring and skills development of creative young people who didn’t suit an formal academic education, but who have the potential to be digital dynamite. 

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