A campaign of this size is only possible with a large team beavering away in the background. Luke and Jamie are being supported by a huge group of family, friends and professionals.
Anthony Agar is the founder of INFOTEX, a web design and marketing agency. Anthony’s previous experience in the expeditions world no doubt played a part in the appointment of INFOTEX to be the DIGITAL GUIDES for Sir Ranulph Feinnes’ ‘The Coldest Journey‘.
With guidance from INFOTEX, 2 Boys in a Boat will be maximising the power of web-based media for fundraising and awareness throughout the build up to the race and of course during it.
Ian Couch is a World Record holding Ocean Rower with two Atlantic and one Indian Ocean crossings under his belt! This experience plus 18 years as an Army Officer have ensured that the importance of preparation and teamwork are deeply engrained in every fibre of his being! His training organisation Adventure Hub is giving vital training, logistical, safety and nutritional support to Luke and Jamie.
Jamie Cameron has worked for over 20 years as a reporter, news editor and producer of news and current affairs documentary programmes for both television and radio, as well as numerous corporate video projects.
For the past twelve years he has also worked as a freelance media trainer and has helped a wide variety of corporate clients with their media interviewing and presentation skills.
Jamie wrote and directed Luke and Jamie’s promo video and his media training will ensure that Luke and Jamie maximise the impact of any interviews or filming they are offered.
Amy Claridge’s Agency Precursor PR has a track-record of generating press and broadcast coverage for a wide variety of clients spanning consumer goods, tourist attractions, charitable causes, special events, food and retail. Amy is coordinating press releases and contact for 2 Boys in a Boat and will ensure maximum publicity across print and broadcast media both Nationally and Regionally
Caroline Barkham of Smyth Barkham solicitors.