Our Young Digital Associates are trained and ready to help your event go off with a bang. Their talent and dedication drive our Virtual Events Management service and we couldn’t be prouder of all they’ve achieved and how they continue to grow and develop their skills.
All our Young Digital Associates have received full training across a range of skills and software through our YDA Programme, which covers:
By booking Revoluton Arts to manage your virtual events, you’re getting more than a smooth and professional event; you’re getting a 100% feel-good service that invests in Luton’s creativity and community.
Meet the team!
Lavz’s talents know no bounds. A rising star on the UK music scene, she’s a regular guest on BBC Introducing, has wowed crowds at Reading and Leeds festivals, and performs at London’s top live music venues.
Not only is she a performer, writer and music producer, she’s also a skilled content creator, developing videos and soundtracks for businesses and community organisations.
Lavz’s Revoluton Arts journey began with a performance at the Justice 39 large-scale outdoor theatre project. Since then, she’s expanded her skill set even further through training programmes and partnerships, including a collaboration with Bafta-winning composer Sandy Nuttgens.
Her virtual events commissions include hosting online creative hangout spaces and songwriting workshops.
Lavs’s skills cover:
What Lavs can bring to your event:
Yasmin has been part of the Revoluton Arts family since 2018. She has a psychology degree from Nottingham University and is passionate about helping young people reach their potential through creativity, life skills and personal development.
As well as part of the Young People’s Programme, she’s also supported the organisation’s growth and reach through her work as an events assistant, and has played a crucial role in many packed-out events.
An all-round creative, Yasmin constantly looks to develop her skills across a range of areas including fashion, photography and music.
As a coach and educator, Yasmin combines her resourcefulness and creativity with technical know-how to offer support and guidance wherever she can. As well as helping young people, she also helps tech-shy Lutonians develop their skills and confidence on computers, social media and the web.
Yasmin’s YDA training includes the six-week Digital Imaging Technician skills, which, along with events expertise and presenting skills, helps her deliver exceptional virtual events.
Yasmin’s skills include:
What Yasmin can bring to your event:
With a degree in film, radio and television, Ronan knows exactly what’s needed behind the camera – and he’s a pro in front of one too. While studying at Salford University, he presented an award-winning radio show on Manchester’s largest student radio station, and picked up hands-on experience at the BBC and ITV, working on shows such as Loose Women and This Morning.
He’s written a sitcom with his brother and fellow YDA, Tiarnan and he's a keen video editor with a great eye for detail. Trained by Revoluton Arts in Digital Imaging, Ronan has a range of virtual events skills. He films his own travel videos and he’s video content for our Digital Marketing team.
Ronan’s keen to get as much experience as possible in television, while pushing himself as a freelance video producer and editor.
Ronan’s skills cover:
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Tiarnan is a trained actor who writes for the screen and stage. Always working on new writing projects, he’s just finished a pilot sitcom with his brother Ronan, and is writing and will star in an interactive Christmas show at Barton Watermill.
After performing at the Justice 39 project, he joined the Revoluton Arts Young Digital Associates Programme, completing our digital imaging training to boost his video editing skills. He’s since hosted online workshops for the hugely successful Digital Revoluton cultural programme.
Not only does Tiarnan act, he also plays ukelele and guitar, and even has his own YouTube comedy sketch channel, which has led him to produce comedy sketches for fellow YDA Lavs.
Tiarnan works with Autism Bedfordshire to help people living with autism find their creative outlets and he plans to run an adult drama workshop next year with the support of Revoluton Arts.
While he’s passionate about writing, music, producing and events, his acting dream would be to play Doctor Who!
Tiarnan’s skills include:
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Addie has so many strings, she needs another bow. She’s an actor, creative producer and co-founder of Basement Bunch, a Luton-based theatre and film production company.
Since graduating from Bath Spa University, Addie has worked on a range of projects in film, TV and theatre. In 2016, she was the Festival Director of The British Urban Film Festival and with The Basement Bunch she’s produced shows at Leicester’s The Curve and Camden People's Theatre.
Addie has produced two short films, Nāca and the BFI-funded The Lost Land Girl.
She’s performed at The National Theatre, Orange Tree Theatre, Theatre 503 & Paines Plough Roundabout and her film and TV credits include Grantchester, Top Boy, Temple and most recently A Discovery of Witches.
Dedicated to youth theatre, Adeyinka is currently a Young Trustee for Tangled Feet and a patron of Next Generation Youth Theatre.
Read Addie's Revoluton Arts Journey here
Addie’s skills include:
What Addie can bring to your event:
When it comes to digital marketing and websites, Ferdusi’s got you covered. She has a degree in English Language and Linguistics and a passion for photography and digital communication. A skilled social media manager and strategist with web management experience, she can help you drum up interest in your virtual event and give it the polish it deserves.
Ferdusi’s skills cover:
What she can bring to your event: