Journalist, author and editor of Tatler, Kate Reardon. Having started her career as US Vogue’s youngest ever fashion assistant; Kate quickly rose to become the (youngest ever) fashion director of Tatler, at the age of 21. Her stellar career flourished in 1999, as she became a founding advisory board member of Net a Porter; and also an editor at Vanity Fair.
In 2007 Kate Reardon founded her own tech start up TopTips.com, which is a multi platform success, creating significant advertising revenue. Writing a column in The Daily Mail, a regular slot on ITV Breakfast and two best selling books. She was made editor of Tatler in 2010. Kate has also written in most of the UK’s national papers; including writing three columns in The Times, who named her one of Britain’s best writers.
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“As someone who has been obsessed with the creative process his entire adult life, I found Kate’s presentation at Wilton Park’s forum in Los Angeles to be not only compelling, but fun as well. Which was, of course, the whole point: creativity starves unless it’s richly endowed with the frivolity and warmth required to unlock the kind of risk taking that yields truly new ideas. Kate’s brilliant articulation of this important principle to some of the most creative minds on the planet was enthusiastically received.” US Admiral Sandy Winnefeld, ex-Vice Chair of the Joint Chiefs of Staff
Matthew Willetts MA is the Director of Comicus who has over 35 years experience in television, film, theatre, and comedy club/cabaret entertainment, working as a performer, screenwriter, producer and agent. He lectured at Southampton Solent University in Comedy, Screenwriting, Television, Theatre & Radio. Matthew can sometimes be seen and heard on TV & Radio and often quoted in the national press and media publications. As well as speaking regularly at festivals and industry conferences, he has been a judge at the Edinburgh Fringe Festival and the Montreux Television Festival.
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