William Gold known as William
BA (hons) Music – Sheffield University
PGCE – UCL
William is the Research Associate working on the R.I.C.E. (Reducing Industrial Carbon Emissions) project at the George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling. His research is centered around the communication and impact of Scientific research projects and how different narrative methodologies can increase research impact with a range of potential stakeholders. RICE is a large WEFA funded project in which industry partners, USW and Swansea University are working towards the industrial application of clean process technologies.
William worked in Hammersmith College as a Music Lecturer specialising in Songwriting and Studio Production techniques. Following this he worked as Programme Manager for the Creative Arts at Hammersmith College and then Academic Leader at Croydon School of Arts managing FE and HE visual, media and performing arts.
William founded and ran Blastproof records a not for profit record label working with young people from less advantaged areas of London https://soundcloud.com/blastproof-records. He has also produced and written a range of music for a diverse range of clients.
William served as a specialist infantry soldier in the Army Reserve for five years gaining experience in surveillance and intelligence techniques and currently operates as a volunteer for Brecon Mountain Rescue where he has trained as a technical rescue operator, emergency and trauma medic (Casualty Carer) and in swift water rescue techniques.
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