Lee Broom talks at Pecha Kucha for LDF2012 [podcast]
British interior and product designer Lee Broom has has designed over 40 bar and restaurant interiors across the UK, has won a whole bunch of awards, and The Times called him ‘The pin-up of British manufacturing’ not too long after he formed his own company in 2008. So, without further ado, here is the talk with the slides that he presented at PK9:
Lee Broom at Pecha Kucha London [podcast-slideshow-youtube thing]
Lee takes us through his childhood in Birmingham, dramas at the Royal Shakespeare Company, college at Central St Martin’s, having Vivienne Westwood as a mentor, undressing Kate Moss, designing bars, setting up his own design company and exhibiting at Milan. Whew!
PK9 was hosted and organised by Modus, during LDF2012. It was recorded at Deborah Spencer’s awesome Design Junction 2012 show at The Sorting Office, New Oxford Street, WC1A 1AA. Photos, audio & video: © Ken Sparkes. All Rights Reserved.
[Notes: Audio was recorded on a Zoom H1 recorder plugged direct into the desk. Audio post was done on Audacity and the bits put together in Première Pro. Thanks to Jon and Lizzie at Modus for the slides.]