Movingsounds is a community of facilitators, project managers and researchers from a wide range of backgrounds and expertise.
Keith has been facilitating workshops and trainings since 2001 on community, environment, well-being and diversity. His work involves music, media, theatre, nature connection and mindfulness. He is a founding director of Movingsounds, a Community Interest Company that delivers creative workshops addressing social and environmental issues. He is a trainer in Cultural Emergence, creating healthy communities and systemic change based on Social Permaculture and indigenous culture. As a musician he performs with Swing Zazou, and is a composer and producer.
Ed Wade Martins
Ed has been facilitating creative arts projects in education for the last 15 years in schools, community groups and residential courses. He co-founded Movingsounds developing innovative arts based education projects that address environmental and social issues. He is also a lead facilitator and trainer with Lifebeat UK running transformative residential camps with young people and runs trainings for PYE Global Partnership for Youth Empowerment internationally. He is a musician, artist and performer but also a carpenter and sailor, deeply passionate about the power of both creativity and nature connection to bring about positive change in this crazy world.
Lex is a creative facilitator, movement and visual artist, musician, permaculture designer and yoga teacher. Lex facilitates and designs workshops, courses and retreats throughout the UK and internationally. With 25 years of professional practice in the arts they bring a unique flair to the art of creative facilitation. Their work is based on interconnection of self, community and the earth. Being deeply passionate about inclusivity and diversity, Lex’s practice promotes regeneration and connection with an aim to support all lives to truly grow with vitality and vigour. (Preferred gender pronouns: They, them, their.)
Gani is a filmmaker, storyteller and creative educator. Experienced in leading groups on creative learning journeys through movement, music, mixed media and games. Gani works internationally to engage young people and adults. Creative confidence and new possibilities are combined with ways take action on key issues. Workshops facilitate connection, imagination and participation. These happen inside and outside the classroom with LIFEbeat, PYE Global and the We Are Family Foundation. He is a traveller, documentary maker and keen surfer.