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I make things on the web, mobile and in the actual world.

I've done lots of bits and bobs over the years, and right now I'm mostly working on this.

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teflon says:

I know him! What's he doing there?

18th Feb 2006, 16:58

alfie says:

do you really!? He directed the "yesterday was a weird day" production with Mimi - do you know him from the BBC then?

18th Feb 2006, 16:59

teflon says:

aah! Mimi too!
I know them from uni - we were all involved in student tv (as was kel). I didn't know Ben worked at the BBC till I bumped into him one day while going to get some lunch...

18th Feb 2006, 17:00

alfie says:

crazy!! and so cool - he's an excellent feller, he needs to have some down time though, it seems he simply doesnt ever stop working, which is fair enough really.

18th Feb 2006, 17:02

kel, not logged in says:

aaah! ben freedman! that's sooooo weird!

18th Feb 2006, 17:19

Viv says:

look left, look right, look knackered!

19th Feb 2006, 01:31

Flippin' eck! Ben Freeman. And Mimi! I know them both. Small world!!!!

20th Feb 2006, 09:58

Alan(alan-dot-ali-at-lbrcf-dot-org-dot-uk) says:

If you do know Ben, can you ask him to get in touch with us at the London Bombings Relief Charitable Fund please? Our email is info@lbrcf.org.uk. He publicised his production of 'yeterday was a weird day' on the basis that proceeds from the production would be donated to the LBRCF. We haven't heard anything from him or from Mimi and we are closing down int he autumn once we have distributed all of the money raised to date. So they will need to get it to us quickly if they want what they raised to help the victims of 7/7.

23rd Jul 2006, 14:07