I help people to get done the things that they want to do. I can help most with building rich relationships online and off- using social forms of media such as blogs, podcasts, wikis and videoblogging.
I’m always interested in talking to new people about how I can help. Call me on +44 (0)79191 82825
E-mail me: lloyd dot davis at gmail dot com
Short form bio:
Lloyd Davis is a social artist and master community builder. He has been blogging and podcasting since 2004. With a diverse background that includes theatre, information management and public service regulation he has acquired a unique, in-depth and practical understanding of the social web and building rich relationships online and off-. Having founded London’s highly influential Tuttle Club which regularly attracts the UK’s brightest social media thinkers and doers, Lloyd writes, speaks and consults about these uses of social technology. He has been Social Artist in Residence at the University of London’s Centre for Creative Collaboration since 2010 and is currently exploring the life of an itinerant knowledge worker, travelling and working around the UK with the help of his online social network.
Long form bio:
Lloyd Davis is the founder of London’s Social Media Cafe, and a pivotal, influential, popular and well-connected figure on London’s Social Media Scene. Lloyd has been blogging and podcasting since 2004 and in that time has built a huge international network of influencers and strong media partnerships. His weekly meetup in London, the Tuttle Club, has attracted 50-75 diverse and talented people every week for the last 18 months. Lloyd’s consulting business, built on the Tuttle network, draws on the talent of 100 of the brightest and most influential social media thinkers and doers in the UK.
Lloyd is an experienced social media professional. In the last couple of years, Lloyd has written and produced blog content for clients as diverse as BP, The British Council, the UK Ministry of Justice, the World Health Care Congress and Surrey Primary Care Trust and worked regularly with Policy Unplugged as a Social Reporter at corporate and public un-conferences. Lloyd also has a talent for facilitating Open Space events holding workshops for the Welsh Assembly, ORG, Online Information and VNU’s Blogs and Social Media Forum.
Lloyd also runs the influential Tuttle Club. Tuttle meets each Friday in London and has become the premier networking opportunity in the capital and UK. Lloyd represents the Tuttle at high profile global conferences, and has recently spoken at Web2.0 Expo in Berlin, RebootBritain, 2gether08, Somesso London and at Barcamps across the UK, USA and Germany. He has also been an official blogger two years running at the Web2.0 Expo & LeWeb and was chosen to be one of a handful of bloggers given full press accreditation for the London G20 summit in April 2009.
Lloyd has recently been appointed Social Artist in Residence at the University of London’s Centre for Creative Collaboration in recognition of his ability to bring people together to do extraordinary things