andrew jinman

Cornwall and Devon

Andrew believes in stories to make change happen, he is a consultant and technologist, whose work has allowed him to explore the routes to market for a variety of different emerging technologies including the establishment of the 3D Internet, Mobile Technologies and Augmented Reality Systems.

Since graduating DAT in 2007 he has worked for Twofour Communications, a number of broadcasters, HE institutions and set up several small businesses. He also runs a video production company telling the stories of local Southwest businesses, to increase investment and attract tourism to the region.

Andrew has gone on to lecturer on DAT as module leader for creative industries, he also works for Plymouth Business School, researching entrepreneur behaviour and alternative business models.

He also helped with the recruitment, selection and induction process Wonderroom - a team of placement students who now act as a small business on campus. This was the first venture of its kind to involve placement students from three faculties at University of Plymouth and is a significant contribution to the social enterprise agenda of the University.

His latest project aimed at promoting regional food and traceability has taken him back to discover his own family heritage, love for food and traditional regional industries. While in his spare time he catches and sells the occasional line caught mackerel.

Specialties: Social Enterprise, sustainability, video, film, storytelling, emerging technologies, devon, gaming, motivations, learning, 3D Internet, start-ups, employability

  • Work
    • Founder South.West.Fish - Registered CIC
  • Education
    • Bsc (Hons) Digital Art and Technology