Meet the team

Posted by on June 3, 2012 in Feature slider, News | 3 comments

Meet the team

Meet the people behind The Upside…

Katerina Kimmorley
Producer and interviewer
After working in Climate Change policy for the NSW Government Katerina is currently studying Environmental Economics and Climate Change at the London School of Economics as an Australian Chevening Scholar. Katerina is an alumni of the Centre for Sustainability Leadership, the University of Edinburgh and the University of Sydney.




Peter ‘Art’ Lewry
In a 28-year career Art has worked on a wide range of projects encompassing conferences and events, museums and exhibitions, brand and print design, multimedia, web, film and video, marketing and integrated communication campaigns. Now a director of Hunter Gatherer Ltd he has worked extensively in the UK, Australia, USA, Europe,  Ireland, Singapore and Taiwan.

Dan Parkes
Filming and editing
An enthusiastic and professional filmmaker who enjoys creating high quality audio-visual presentations and developing innovative and creative solutions to problems. With 15 years of experience his films have gained both critical and commercial acclaim.


  1. Congrats guys on setting up this wonderful project. It is truly inspiring to see the opportunity to broaden the climate change message and tell more of the important stories that need to be told on climate change leadership. Its a great initiaitve for showing why a collaborative approach between countries for examining issues and identifying solutions is so important. I look forward to following the projects journey and the great outcomes it is sure to achieve. If there is anything that Carbon Training International or TheCO2Manager can do to support please let us know.

  2. congrats and well done. excellent work and very timely. collaboration and open source information are two key guiding principles we need to help us win this battle. We’ll be sharing the interviews with our network of emerging leaders, all our stakeholders and anyone else we can find! keep up the good work

  3. This is a great project, we are all in this together and it is great to see the British Council working with the CSL to help a forward looking positive individual(s) bring these two nations closer together. There are so many individuals within Britain and Australia who want to connect the dots and get us to a cleaner, greener, happier, healthier world. Projects that link these individuals are exactly what the world needs more of.

    Keep up the good work


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