Founded in 2008, Guerilla Science is on a mission is to revolutionise how people connect with science through transformative experiences. We believe in a world in which everyone feels that science belongs to them and where science is celebrated as an intrinsic part of human culture.
Our ethos of practicing ‘science by stealth’ has enabled us to stretch traditional boundaries of how people engage with science, inspiring them to examine the everyday and the spectacular with an alternative perspective.
Guerilla Science has directly reached over 100,000 adults across the UK and US via our live events. We have a strong media profile with an accumulative reach of over 10 million people through coverage including The New Yorker, VICE and the BBC.
Meet the Team
Pigalle is a Senior Experience Designer with 14 years expertise combining science and the arts. Her clients include the V&A, Wellcome Collection, National Portrait Gallery and Garage CCC (Moscow). Pigalle teaches Experience Design at Central Saint Martins.
Holly has a background in biomedical science and a Masters in science communication. She has wide experience producing science-inspired events for a range of cultural, corporate and public sector clients.
Talissa is a content creator and digital marketer. Past clients include Southbank Centre, The Poetry Society, and the National Theatre. Talissa has a BFA in Theatre Arts/ History of Art, GDL, and MA in Culture, Media and Creative Industries.
New York, USA
He is a practicing scientist and Assistant Professor at the Pratt Institute of Art and Design, New York. Mark is the winner of AAAS’ award for Public Engagement with Science.
She has diverse experience in systems engineering, technology transition, science communication and event production. Olivia has a Masters in science journalism.
We draw on a transdisciplinary network of scientists, artists, performers and more to make Guerilla Science experiences unique.
Get in Touch
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