Paul, CEO of BlueTech Research, is an environmental visionary looking to redefine the general public’s relationship with water. Paul is the main protagonist for the documentary, both on and off screen, while his reputation as an industry expert with over 20 years water experience shapes his additional role as content advisor.
Tim is a Director and Cameraman and founder of Prospect Arts, an award-winning production company. Familiar with both non-profit sector and corporate work, Tim’s feature project credits include: ”The Next Olympic Hopeful" (dir) for the United States Olympic Committee, NBC (2018); “Opioids: The Final Fix” (co-dir. with Norman Stone, Spring 2019): and 58 (dir. 2011), his first full-length doc, which explored ways to end global poverty and was released at The White House. He brings a wealth of experience, a stellar team and an audacious belief in film’s power to move and motivate hearts and minds.
Working for 18 years as a visual creative, initially as a documentary photographer, covering the HIV crisis and street children in Brazil, and with 2 exhibitions, front page national newspaper coverage and 75 centres visited, He joined forces four years ago as creative film-maker on the Prospect Arts team. Alexander has many successful projects in his portfolio. Current clients include: World Vision, Coca-Cola, Macmillan, and Medical Teams International. His films that have made a substantial impact on not only brand recognition but also on lives.
Aoife, an environmental scientist from Trinity College Dublin with a diverse background in field, laboratory and desk based research. She takes a lead role in the Brave Blue World Documentary by reviewing and analysing the most innovative global water technologies on the market. In addition to this her background in Scientific communicatons enables her to act as content creator for the Brave Blue World Online Platform.
Tom, an award-winning journalist, oversees all media and communications surrounding the Brave Blue World documentary. He also advises on content creation, while his experience within the water industry enables him to help guide the direction of the documentary. Tom is founder and director of Atlantean Media, which delivers premium content for the environmental engineering industries.
Dr. Glen Daigger has more than 30 years of experience in Wastewater Treatment, Biosolids treatment and Nutrient removal. As a water technology expert, Glen is a trusted content advisor for the documentary.
Mark, a Professor at Delft University of Technology, is water technology expert with specialisation in research related to Environmental Biotechnology, Resource Recovery and Water and Wastewater Technology Process development.
As Malozemoff Professor at the University of California, co-director of the Berkeley Water Center, and deputy director of the ReNUWlt, David brings his extensive experience of water systems to the advisory board of this documentary. He is the 2014 recipient of the NWRI Clarke Prize, and author of Water 4.0.
Kimberly is the Global Lead Sustainability, Advocacy & Communications at DuPont Water Solutions. Her experience and skills in strategic marketing, digital marketing, business strategy, marketing and communications, enables Kimberly to act as a valuable content advisor for the documentary.
Dr. Liner is the CTO and Director of Water Science & Engineering Center, Water Environment Federation (WEF). As leader of WEF’s Innovation Initiative, covering topics ranging from intelligent water systems to nutrient management to the water-energy nexus, Dr. Liner’s experience will be a valuable asset in his role as content advisor for the documentary.