Above: Chris (left) speaking on “What if…? The new possibilities of the digital archives” at The Media Festival Arts with (left to right) JP Rangaswami, Chief Scientist, BT Group; Paul Gerhardt, Director, Archives for Creativity; Matthew Postgate, Controller BBC Research & Development; and Roly Keating, Head of Archive, BBC

“Chris Wild is a free-thinking creative individual and a thoroughly good egg”
- Ed Vaizey MP, Minister for Culture

“Genius in action”
- Martin Bright, Founder, New Deal of the Mind

“Very talented, highly creative and with an enthusiasm that is infectious”
- Matt Butson, Vice President, Hulton Archive, Getty Images

“Passion, persistence and energy. I thoroughly recommend him”
- JP Rangaswami, Chief Scientist, Salesforce

“I have rarely seen the combination of such intellect, originality and passion.”
- Walter de Brouwer, CEO Europe, OLPC Foundation

“A revolutionary and a breath of fresh air”
- Nick Wright, Publisher, Shire Books

“Chris is fun, absorbing and completely outside the box”
- Chris Lethbridge, Owner, Bonza TV

“He is an amazing visionary with an incredibly astute sense of design, and a delight to work with”
- Erlend Kjellstad, Erlend Kjellstad Consulting

“A force of nature with charm, drive, big ideas and a big heart. He’s one of the good guys”
- John Dalziel, Creative Technologist, Phi Digital

“The vision and expertise he brings to his work are simply without compare”
- John Pollock, Founder & Director, Turquoise Frog

“The model ‘Ideapreneur’, he fuses deep knowledge and contagious passion”
- Marc Lewis, CEO, School of Communication Arts 2.0


Chris consults in archives, museums, brands, and digital history. He frequently speaks about these subjects, including in 2010 at TED Global and The Media Festival Arts.

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