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We use product design to help people and the planet. If you’re looking for a multi-skilled team to strategically and creatively tackle a meaningful and difficult challenge, get in touch with us – we’re ready to roll.

Why Super Being?

At Super Being we design and promote products that make life super. Whether that’s for your citizens, your customers or your employees – we want to put our minds to helping humans live out their full potential.

If you’re on our website today, then you’ve probably got a big challenge ahead of you and you want the solution to actually matter. Imagine if you could summon a crack team of entrepreneurial people with strategic, creative and technical skills? Good news, that’s us.

  1. Everything we do has to be to further our mission of making people’s lives brilliant.
  2. Maintain perspective – nothing is as important as something that is important.
  3. Laugh – be laughing, be laughed at, just have a laugh. It helps with the point above.
  4. Be childlike smart – imaginative, adventurous, curious… any other way is dull.
  5. Listen – always be listening, so that we’re always learning and more likely to be able to help.
  6. Never stand for mediocrity – don’t believe in averages, they’re useless benchmarks. Like asking a loving mother if your work is great, you’re never going to get an honest answer.
  7. Collaborate – learn to work with others to make things happen.
  8. If you look back at the end of the day and can’t honestly see your contribution, then you better make tomorrow nothing like today.
  9. Be fearless – stand for something. We should never be worried about being judged or failing.
  10. Every project should take into account the unintended consequences and these should be minimised.

Our Services

  • Stage One: Strategy & Rapid Prototyping

    To stay ahead and relevant in a fast-moving world, you need to move quick and make things that matter to people.

    This is where our Stage One service comes into play. It’s 1-2 months long, made up of quick 1 week sprints. During this stage, you present us with a meaningful challenge and through our research and creative methodology, we work out various avenues for the answer. We then rapidly prototype creative and technical outputs. Doing this is a far quicker way to get to an answer that will work and give you the confidence to keep going to the next stage.

    Say goodbye to pointless PowerPoints.

  • Stage Two: Taking Things To Beta

    So, you’ve got some exciting results from the strategy and rapid prototyping stage. Now it’s time to focus and take some avenues through to beta, where real users can get the product or service in their hands. This whole process can take anywhere from 3-6 months. By the end of it, the aim is to turn the ‘unknowns’ into ‘knowns’ and give you confidence to commit to a long-term push. Current clients include an international NGO, a few large charities, a large bank and a few smaller organisations – and we absolutely love how bold they’re allowing us to be. Join them?

  • Stage Three: Take To Market

    Once the Beta phase is over – we then have validated way to take a product or service forward. This is the stage, where clients and partners commit for the longer-term and we take it to market using all our skills – including our creative and film team.

  • We Make Our Own Products

    We think up ideas in our lab and then make them happen. These always start off as Super Being Experiments and then with much testing, tinkering and thought, they turn into full-on products and services. This is how our digital social enterprise for young people – State of Ambition – started out, which then went on to win funding from Big Issue Invest and Telefonica’s Wayra Acceleration programme. Similarly, we published a book too – Being ManKind. We currently have 4 projects in the works and we’ll be launching all of them this year.

  • We Laugh

    Having that Monday morning feeling on a Wednesday? No problem. Get in touch at with the subject line “PLEASE MAKE ME LAUGH” and we’ll get a comedian to tell you a joke.

Some of Our Work

We work on social innovation briefs from clients, collaborate with joint-venture partners or just go ahead and do it ourselves (for example our digital youth social enterprise

  • CAST
    client work

    CAST is accelerating the use of technology for social impact and since we have such shared missions, we are working together as their technology partner. In particular, this involves working their FUSE programme – which is the UK’s first charity digital accelerator.

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    Breast Cancer Care
    client work

    Working with the fabulous team at Breast Cancer Care, we’ve been building BECCA, the app that supports women to move forwards after breast cancer treatment.  We initially built a very simple web app to run a closed beta. After over a 1000 women used the web app, we have taken the insights and learnings to then design a hybrid mobile app that will launch later in 2017.

    “I have found the BECCA app to be inspiring and full of helpful advice, packed with lots of useful information and suggestions. A must for anyone to help them move forward after breast cancer treatment.”  – Betty Hart – BECCA user.

    Why are we doing this?
    If you’ve been through breast cancer, you may find it hard adjusting to your new life. Whether you’re experiencing side effects of treatment, wondering how to adopt a healthier lifestyle or finding it hard to make sense of your breast cancer experience, it can be difficult to adapt and find your ‘new normal’. BECCA will help you on that journey.

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    Being ManKind
    made by super being labs

    We’ve gone and produced a book in partnership with entrepreneur, Mark Lazarus. A proper SBL joint venture.

    Being ManKind Volume 1 hopes to address the unique issues that men and boys face in the 21st Century. This book is a collection of inspiring stories told by men from all walks of life. Each is an honest account of their experiences, ranging from the ordinary to the extraordinary. From one man’s use of comedy to break the stigma around anorexia, to a paratrooper who lost his legs on the battlefield and now rows for Great Britain. We want to show that once you get past the gender stereotypes, the only unbreakable code in humanity is kindness. If we can help the next generation understand their roles as individuals, only then can they start to positively understand their relationships with those around them. This will hopefully set us on a path towards equality, where we all succeed together.

    How can you help?
    You can help support our mission (find out more here) by getting the book and having conversations with young teenagers you know. For every book you buy, we’ll gift one to a school or youth organisation. You can find out more at and the book begins with a very powerful foreword from the World Heavyweight boxing champ, Anthony Joshua.

    Over the next year, we’ll be bringing these stories to life through digital and film too. This is just the start of the journey. If you know anyone who wants to help with this or you want to be involved, please do get in touch.

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  • The Brilliant Club
    The Brilliant Club
    client work

    We have been working with The Brilliant Club to redevelop their online tutoring platform and are now moving forward on an even more exciting piece of work with this inspiration organisation.

    The Brilliant Club is a UK non-profit organisation that aims to widen access to university for students from under-represented groups.They runs two programmes. In The Scholars Programme, doctoral and postdoctoral researchers deliver academic tutorials in non-selective state schools to pupils aged 10 to 18. For the older pupils, PhD tutors design the courses based on their own area of research, whilst for younger pupils standardised courses are delivered.  A third of places on the programme are reserved for pupils who have been eligible for Free School Meals in the last six years.

    The organisation’s second programme, Researchers in Schools, is a teacher training programme unique to candidates with a PhD, which began in 2014. The programme aims to increase subject expertise, promote research and champion university access in schools.

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    Growing Fast Growth with UnLtd
    client work

    We are working withUnLtd, the foundation for social entrepreneurs, to help them support the companies in their Fast Growth programme.

    We have been working with the current cohort and enabling them to use our Super Being Labs model to scale growth and impact in a way that takes into account so many more factors than a normal growth plan can… especially at the stage the ventures are at.

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    State of Ambition
    made by super being labs

    State of Ambition is a new and exciting space between formal education and the real world. It’s where 16-30 year olds make connections, demonstrate grit, grow their skills and start making their dreams come true. Our mission is to nurture future generations of leaders to be collaborative, compassionate and determined.

    Through our digital relationship-building and learning platform, we enable brilliant but underserved 16-30 year olds to connect online with a variety of role models at ambitious companies. The role models help them grow through industry advice and feedback on digital tasks set over a 21 day period. In providing this help the role models also benefit, as they engage further with their employer’s culture and reinforce their knowledge of required skillsets. Continuous learning and developing benefits everyone involved and it takes minutes.

    During our trial period of 6 months, our young people engaged with over 166,000 people, had over 2700 conversations and over 456 opportunities as a result.

    Since launching, SoA has been funded by Super Being Labs, Big Issue Invest and WayraUnltd (Telefonica’s acceleration programme). We also have a high profile board of advisors, who are some of the most helpful people we’ve ever met. This is going to be huge. If you would like to roll this out in your firm or are a youth organisation who wants to use the platform, then we’d love to talk. Email us at – Thanks.

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    Commonwealth Writers
    client work

    Skills used for this project: Design | Web | Film | Digital & Community Strategy

    As creative and digital partner of the initiative, this year we have big plans for Commonwealth Writers, the Commonwealth Foundation’s main cultural initiative. To mark the launch of the 2015 Commonwealth Short Story Prize, we have launched a new website for the initiative and a new strategy for moving Commonwealth Writers forward to the growth phase.

    Why does Commonwealth Writers exist?

    We believe that well-told stories can help people make sense of events, engage with others and take action to bring about change. Commonwealth Writers is committed to tackling the challenges faced by writers in different regions. Commonwealth Writers works with local and international partners to identify and deliver projects. Their activities take place in Commonwealth countries, but their community is global.

    In order to harness that community, we have designed a new platform which allows writers, creatives, activists and leaders to see the progress in each project and then get involved by subscribing to it specifically. We then use that data to broker connections and create on-the-ground initiatives to help that area grow. The long term goal is for each on-the-ground project to become self-sustainable through the relationships that form from the communities we help grow.

    How are we helping Commonwealth Writers grow?

    We are helping them by designing their new online strategy to create communities around each of their projects, and we’re achieving it through working closely with them on producing their creative output, especially digital, film and web. Why are we excited about this? Well, Commonwealth Writers inspires, nurtures and connects writers and storytellers in a range of disciplines, via a series of different projects. Not only does this give unheard voices a platform to thrive; the team then links these writers and storytellers to groups which seek to bring about social change. That’s powerful and we’re right behind it.

    Super Being Labs are consistently impressive and offer the perfect combination of reliability and innovation. They have designed and delivered a new design, digital output and a strategic digital overview for Commonwealth Writers which has helped us to achieve our goals and continue to grow our community.” – Lucy Hannah, Programme Manager – Commonwealth Foundation

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    Brightside Trust
    client work, consultancy

    We spent 4 months working with Brightside Trust to redesign their entire customer experience and user-interface in order to really make online mentoring even more meaningful for young people and mentors. We did this through a combination of using our innovation framework, our user-interface design skills, our entrepreneurial skills and our experience in co-design (we worked with over 151 stakeholders, partners and young people combined). Not only is this one of the most exciting and impactful projects we’ve worked on, but it also ties in so well with our own social enterprise, State of Ambition , so it’s something we are super motivated by.

    We’ve since won a competitive pitch to build the new technology to enable the work from the above phase and are pleased to say that we are now working with Brightside to do exactly that over the next 12 months.

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    client work, consultancy

    The Beginning

    In March 2014 we met some brilliant people at an organisation called Young Philanthropy who were trying to create a big change in the world of giving. The idea was genius – groups of professionals form a syndicate at their firm, give time and money to a charity they work with, and are match-funded by a senior executive from their firm. They had had a phenomenally successful start but were now looking to rebrand and grow sustainably.

    The Middle

    Over a period of three months, we worked with Adam Pike, Michael Harris and their passionate team to focus on a big rebrand – encompassing not just the name, but also looking at the positioning, the service design and the brand strategy. So what happened?

    In looking at the idea of philanthropy itself, we noticed many things holding progress back. It was traditional, it was old, it was often seen as the preserve of those who had made it and had spare cash. If giving was going to become a habit, we had to go beyond just rebranding Young Philanthropy; we had to rebrand the whole concept of philanthropy and make it something everyone can do. We decided to focus on the idea of generosity and leadership.

    The End of the Beginning

    Well, after three months of workshops, interviews, iterations and ideas, we are so delighted with the result. We are excited to announce that as of September 2014, Young Philanthropy is now called BeyondMe. It’s a movement dedicated to promoting generosity in leadership – because generous leaders can substantially improve society, their businesses and themselves.

    Ultimately, we chose the name because it helps us to focus on three questions:

    • How can I be generous and improve the world beyond me?
    • How can I inspire my friends, colleagues and clients to improve the world beyond us?
    • How can I go beyond who I am now to become a better leader?

    The service design

    Simplicity was crucial. So rather than a syndicate being anything up to 15 people, we focused on the dynamics of a project succeeding, the ideal number of people needed and ways we can make the experience exciting from beginning to end, in order to form habits which lead to exceptional leaders being born.

    Through research and workshops, we settled on the number 7 and a senior sponsor. This would mean the professionals work better, the charitable project gets focused attention and ultimately, it’s better to have many small units of exceptional leaders than a few large units of a mixed bag.

    So BeyondMe is now really simple: you start (or join) a team at your workplace. Each team will have a founder, six colleagues and a senior sponsor. The team chooses a charitable project that excites them. Then you all crack on until you’re done and the world’s a slightly better place. Hoorah!

    The branding and the website

    Once we finished our work, Adam and his team briefed a designer to create the identity and worked with the brilliant Hactar on the digital platform. It’s been a really collaborative affair and we wouldn’t have it any other way.

    How are BeyondMe doing now?

    The impact has been huge and we’re delighted for the incredible team at BeyondMe; you can read more about their outstanding progress here.




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    Journalism for the Future
    client work

    We have been working with the Press Association to deliver courses to help journalists use innovation, communication and digital to produce better journalism, and in the process, build audience communities around their work. Over the last year, we have worked with the Belfast Telegraph, the Daily Mirror, the Telegraph, Immediate Media and trained 85 journalists and counting.

    Super Being Labs work with us to help teach journalists and clients how to use social and digital to build a long-term community around their work. Feedback from all delegates who attend the courses are universally positive. Darshan is always thoroughly well prepared, entertaining, but most of all authoritative.” – Tony Johnston, Head of Training – the Press Association


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    Funny Power
    made by super being labs

    We are working on a project with primary schools to teach 8-11 year olds how to work together to achieve an outcome by using humour and collaboration rather than money. Initially we prototyped this through a face to face class but we’re now working on turning it into a game that will help us scale the impact.

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  • Super Being Labs is consistently impressive and offers the perfect combination of reliability and innovation. They have designed and delivered a new design, digital output and a strategic digital overview for Commonwealth Writers which has helped us to achieve our goals and continue to grow our community.

    Lucy Hannah Programme Manager Commonwealth Foundation

  • Super Being Labs have supported Breast Cancer with their strategic vision for, and implementation of, our new digital support service; BECCA. They’ve also supported the embedding of an innovation process at Breast Cancer Care, running workshops and building minimal viable products for us to test. They enabled us to bridge the gap between having many research-based ideas, to just one concept that has demonstrated strong product/market fit and a viable business model. Darshan has also supported us with our overall ‘Digital Culture Programme’ by delivering an inspirational presentation to the organisation on innovation and app development which won a lot of hearts and minds and helped gain internal support for the innovation projects we were starting. SBL are a joy to work with. They are communicative, warm, highly proficient and creative. We work as a team rather than as a client, and Breast Cancer Care have greatly benefited from their presence, advice and unfaltering positivity.”

    Kristina Barrick Digital Innovation Manager Breast Cancer Care

  • Digital technology offers profound new ways to address pressing social and charitable challenges. But it is not just the code and the computation that offers this, but the problem-solving approaches of great digital design teams. Super Being is a great example of this: a team with diverse skill sets that works effectively with organisations large and small to address big challenges through design thinking and digital technology.

    Dan Sutch Co-Founder and Director CAST

  • Super Being Labs have been an energising force and an enriching partner for BeyondMe. When BeyondMe first worked with them, we were a very young social enterprise with had big ambitions. We engaged Darshan and his team to help us think through our work and relaunch our brand. The result was one of the most fundamental shifts in the way we work. Super Being Labs not only helped us land on our name, BeyondMe, which we have today, but also helped us refine how we deliver our programme. It was genuine end-to-end innovation, which isn’t something that comes easily and certainly isn’t something that comes when you deploy your average agency. Super Being Labs is much more than average, Darshan and his superb team deliver innovation with personality and a real sense of purpose. I’d recommend for any prospective client who is ready to turbo-charge that matrix that’s been knocking around on a whiteboard and make it a reality.

    Kawika Solidum CEO BeyondMe

  • Super Being were essential in the success of our collaborative project looking at digitally enhancing a service run by NSPCC and aiming to equip parents from vulnerable backgrounds with the right tools in initial stages of parenthood. Super Being Labs were great at identifying the bottlenecks and suggesting innovative solutions – both in relation to the use of tech and to operations. They were really easy and flexible to work with, and were helpfully solution focused yet very attentive and sensitive to diverse needs and priorities of our partners.

    Ieva Kajokaite Chief of Staff Founders Pledge

  • We’ve been working with Super Being for over 2 years and they’ve got the elusive ingredients that we were looking for – friendly, approachable, passionate, able to take on any challenge, creative in their thinking and at the same time able to implement impactful ideas. Their work on customer experience and user journeys means we have resources that help my colleagues can use directly with social entrepreneurs to help them make their social impact and growth sustainable.


    Albert Chong Head of Quality and Performance UnLtd

  • Super Being have played a critical role in our reimagining of finance. They’ve listened to us, made sense of what we were trying to say and then driven it to reality with our brand, our message and our product. They’ve made it clear why our new way of thinking – Asset Curation is not an alternative to the status quo but actually the way things should be to enable a mission driven world. More than anything, they’ve helped us give tangible shape to our dreams, even when things were bleak. More than an agency, they’ve been our mentors, friends and team-members.


    Siddharth Sthalekar CEO   Sacred Capital

Meet the Team

Everyone in the Super Being Labs team is a specialist in at least two different disciplines and also has entrepreneurial experience. This enables us to put together teams made up of diverse thinkers and doers for each brief – something that is crucial for creativity and innovation.

  • DarshanSanghrajka
    Darshan Sanghrajka
    Founder & CEO
    powers:branding . communications . Design . digital strategy . Experience Design . film . humour . Product Development . product innovation . Project Management . Research . Young People

    Darshan graduated with a MA in Economics and Modern History from the University of St Andrews (and almost embarked on a PhD in anti-terrorism in the USA but the entrepreneurial world was too much of a draw), and has over 10 years of experience working in start-ups, branding, innovation, communications and digital. His passion is using all those skills to tackle real social and industry challenges. This led him to create Super Being Labs and build a team around this vision.

    Over his career, he’s created campaigns, digital products and strategies for Adidas, Sanyo, the Commonwealth Foundation, the National Trust, the Technology Strategy Board, Forum for the Future and many more.

    Through Super Being Labs, he has also founded State of Ambition, a youth social enterprise that creates a space between education and work, where young people can make their ambitions come true by connecting to and learning from role models in ambitious companies.

    Outside of work, Darshan is the Chair of trustees at Somers Town Community Association, and is on the board of advisors for both the Sporting Memories Trust, a national dementia charity and for the British Council’s Entrepreneurial Africa programme. Most recently, he has been appointed to the NSPCC Digital Taskforce to keep children safe online.

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  • RichardTaylor
    Richard Taylor
    powers:Mobile Development . product innovation . Project Management . systems administration . Systems Architecture and Design . Web Development

    Richard is a hands-on CTO with over 16 years’ senior professional tech development experience, working for a range of companies from FTSE 100 corporates like BSkyB, to large corporations like Betfair, Guinness World Records, New Scientist, Gumtree (Ebay), all way through to 3-person startups. He is now helping us scale meaningful ideas that help companies and society thrive.

    He is an entrepreneur and polyglot programmer, choosing the right technology for the job, and an accomplished systems administrator with a wealth of experience with traditional rack-based hosting solutions and scaling cloud-based systems. He follows an agile development approach, has led many teams and believes in good test-driven methodologies.

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    Beez Fédia
    Product & Design
    powers:Design . Product Development . product innovation . Project Management . Web Design . Web Development

    Beez has an amazing mix of creative, technical and operational skills that allow him to design and build complex systems – from secure file sharing apps for the Commonwealth Foundation, to booking systems for City University, and brilliantly, our digital platform for young people, State of Ambition.

    These projects have utilised his keen eye for design, his product distribution skills and most importantly his ability to translate complex technical issues into plain English. Ultimately, he is highly focussed on creating great products and experiences for customers.

    Beez believes that technology should serve as an enabler, helping people to have great experiences. He also has a strong belief that it should serve to enhance the environment not distract from it. In other words technology should not get in the way or become the focus; with a great technical product the technology becomes invisible.

    That said, for completeness, he has built applications using Ruby on Rails, Django (in Python) and Meteor (in both Javascript & Coffeescript). He’s designed websites in both Photoshop & Illustrator (and on paper) and magazines in InDesign. He writes his code using Atom and favours building real-time applications.

    In keeping with our view that everyone in our team should be entrepreneurial, Beez is co-founder, designer and publisher of the national yoga magazine, Draze. Draze has been extremely well received, with special acclaim for its design and immersive content. With an initial print run of 3,000 and over 40 distribution points, he took it to market in just 90 days and it’s now on its 5th edition.

    His motto? Stop talking, start working. Beez is in charge of making sure this belief is followed through in all our work and on a bigger level, getting out there and meeting people, so we can understand how to invent things that can help them.

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  • Priya Dabasia
    Dr Priya Dabasia
    Research & Photography
    powers:Capoeira . Drawing . Photography . Project Management . Research

    Dr Priya Dabasia is in charge of our research methodology and protocols, especially for impact and health projects. We are also collaborating with her on a wildlife photography based comic book for kids, due to launch by the end of 2015.

    Priya is actually a highly experienced optometrist, specialising in the field of glaucoma detection, and has been practising since 2004. Priya completed her pre-registration training at City University for which she was awarded the prestigious Worshipful Company of Spectacle Makers’ Prize, and the George Wheatcroft Prize. In September 2005, Priya was appointed visiting tutor at City University, teaching on internal university lecture programmes at both postgraduate (MSc) and undergraduate level. Alongside her main role, Priya continued to develop her clinical experience with locum clinics, both at the university and in independent community practice. Priya writes CET accredited articles for journals The Optician and Optometry in Practice. In March 2013, Priya was awarded the Geoffrey Hall, Lightmongers Prize for services to City University. Priya also has a PhD for a project titled ‘A study of the role of advanced technologies in glaucoma case-finding’ and has recently finished a Postdoc and is now working with us to help us with our mission.

    Outside her work as a researcher, optometrist and wildlife photographer, Priya enjoys playing Capoeira twice weekly and travelling around the world.

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  • AlexThomas
    Alex Thomas
    powers:Product Development . product innovation . systems administration . Systems Architecture and Design . Web Development

    Alex and coding go together like gin and tonic. He has years of experience in programming, with a degree in computer science as well as a Masters in bioinformatics, where he specialised in big data and machine learning. He’s a full stack developer with experience in systems admin, specifically building scalable and secure web application architectures on the AWS platform. He also has deep experience in automated server provisioning and systems architecture design.

    With his skills in PHP, Ruby on Rails and Java, he has built some cool digital products, including an event schedule app to generate schedules for multi-track events and various prototypes for clients. Most recently he designed and built a restful API for Code Club.

    Ultimately he believes in simplicity for the user, even if it means added complexity for the developer, and is a big fan of behaviour driven development, as testing always pays you back in spades down the road. On the front end, he believes in mobile first and considers a website to be complete only when there is nothing left to take away.

    A fun fact – he also started a games website, which generated over £1m in revenue for partners like Amazon, Tesco and Littlewoods. This process taught him how to run a business and also helped developed his SEO and PPC marketing skills.

    When he’s not tapping out code, he enjoys coffee, craft beer, cooking, and most of all cycling – show him a hill and he’ll always want to suffer his way to the top. He’s also scuba dived all around the world and has amazingly curly hair.

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    Stuart Laws
    powers:Directing . film . humour . Project Management . Screenwriting

    Collaborating with Super Being Labs on film and storytelling projects with his production company Turtle Canyon, Stu is the man you need to speak to get some quality storytelling via film, animation or stage.

    Stuart is a director, comic and writer, creating great new films and comedy with exciting new talent and established stars. He has worked with Robert Lindsay, Nick Helm, Julia Davis, Jessie Cave, Diana Weston, Jake Lloyd, James Acaster and Elizabeth Tan. He has spearheaded the online comedy channel for Turtle Canyon Media and racked up 700,000 hits for the regular stream of viral hits, sketches, web series and short films. The majority of the content is directed by Stuart and has been featured worldwide in publications such as The Huffington Post, The Poke, The Daily Mirror, Upworthy, The Daily Star and the British Comedy Guide. He is developing a range of TV shows with comedians and produced video content for Nick Helm’s upcoming BBC3 series.

    Stuart’s latest short film “Chubby Bunny” has played at film festivals worldwide including The New York Comedy Film Festival and The London Short Film Festival, and has been shortlisted for awards in Seattle and at the prestigious Van D’Or awards. His most recent short “Over To You At 2″ was nominated for Best Screenplay at the One Shot Movie Competition. Of course alongside all this, he has also worked on corporate films for 12 years, working all over the world and for some of the biggest international companies.

    Not only is Stu blooming funny, he also has a very weird thing for Haribo and Panini football stickers.

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  • JennyScott
    Jenny Corrie
    powers:Languages . Project Management . Publishing . Writing

    Jenny is a super smart cookie who not only speaks multiple languages, but also has a passion for producing brilliant things. She studied Russian and Italian at the University of St Andrews and then went on to gain a Masters in Screen Translation and Subtitling. She has 5 years’ experience in the publishing industry, including one year at a publishing house in Florence, and most recently she has worked in production for a top financial magazine.

    Outside of work, Jenny loves cooking, travelling and eating good food with friends and family – ideally all of those combined. Her role as a Producer at Super Being Labs is to ensure that our projects go swimmingly from conception to launch.




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  • StefanMoghina
    Stefan Moghina
    Product Management
    powers:communications . Design . digital strategy . Product Design . Product Development . product innovation . Product Management

    When Stefan was a kid, he started making robots out of toothpicks and fishing cork. As he grew up he still wanted to create, so he taught himself the skills needed for his creations – starting off with graphic design, 3D modelling and basic animation, and then moving onto learning how to sew and even basic carpentry.

    From here began his love of solving things creatively. He went on to study Marketing in Birmingham, and after working on a few start-ups, he learnt to stitch his creative skills with his product development skills. Welcome to the grown-up kid turned product manager – Stefan Moghina.

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  • Ameena
    Ameena McConnell
    Creative Arts & Design
    powers:communications . Design . product innovation . Project Management

    Ameena is somebody who understands how the creative arts and design sectors work through research, funding, partnerships and networking.

    She has a wealth of knowledge and experience working across the creative arts and design sectors, where she has successfully conceptualised and produced projects and programmes working strategically (and creatively) in partnership with many of the UK’s leading national cultural institutions. These include the Victoria and Albert Museum, Arts Council England, London Design Festival, the Museum of London, English Heritage and the Design Council.

    Ameena is also the the co-founder of Creative Fruits and the Living Space Art School, and Chair of Elthorne Pride (a £1m Big Lottery Initiative in her community).

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  • SarahBeattie
    Sarah Beattie
    powers:humour . Social Work . Young People

    Sarah brings the experience, skills and energy to the table to help us make sure we work well with the young people involved in our not-for-profit social enterprise, State of Ambition.

    Having graduated from the University of St Andrews, Sarah went on to graduate with a Masters in social work and this coupled with her experience of working in the field and most importantly, the passion for helping young people succeed, makes her a perfect advisor.

    Here is why Sarah does what she does:

    “I have worked with young people and children in various capacities and for various reasons and all of it has completely rejuvenated me. I have found the difference in working with younger people, rather than adults or older people, is the financial support given to them and the hope that is placed on them.  This area of work needs to be understood as not just working to ’empower’ young people through financial support and goals, but to inspire them too. I can only hope I am able to give as much inspiration as I personally receive from the young people I meet.”

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  • Konnaire Scannell
    Konnaire Scannell
    Product Design
    powers:Aeropress Trickery . branding . Data-driven design . Design . Graphic Design . Web Design

    As a kid, Konnaire wanted to follow a career in the design industry after getting frustrated with inconsistent patterns in elevator buttons. As he got older, he began playing with web technologies and realised that his calling was a mix of UI and UX design, where he could make things both beautiful to see, and to use. He’s been described as someone who has a knack for catching easily-overlooked silly mistakes.

    Konnaire loves community and trying to make a small difference, organising not-for-profit film festivals and attending tech meet-ups purely to make new friends and help out. He keeps himself busy cycling and running, taking photos and being possibly too snobbish about coffee.

    meet the others
  • Joe Byrde
    Joe Byrde
    Marketing and Community
    powers:branding . communications . digital strategy . humour . storytelling . Web Design . Writing

    Joe has been a jack of all trades – writing, designing and airbrushing his way through life since leaving Falmouth Art School in 2002. He is drawn to anything that can be optimised in digital form, even his biography.

    Before joining Super Being Labs, Joe worked for the Commonwealth Foundation for three years, managing their online communications. In 2012 he helped develop the cultural initiative, Commonwealth Writers by establishing an international network for emerging writers and relaunching the Commonwealth Short Story Prize.

    He loves storytelling in all forms, and only moved to London to promote his first novel. Four years and three jobs later, he’s still procrastinating.

    Joe can be found heading for the coast as soon as a weather warning is issued suggesting he shouldn’t. He has built yurts that occasionally still pop up unannounced in fields and festivals, and keeps one in the shed just in case somebody pulls the plug on the digital world.

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  • MarucGraichen
    Marcus Graichen
    powers:Business Models . communications . digital strategy . Product Development . Web Design . Web Development

    Marcus or ‘mog’ as he is more commonly referred to has a background as colourful as his hair throughout his teenage years. From working for the most advanced body modification clinics at the time, to working just about every position in a photographic studio and lab before the days of digital, dj-ing with actual records and shooting skateboarding in the late nineties – he thankfully went on the full embrace the digital age.

    With a degree in multimedia arts and 4 years of teaching and writing course for universities under his belt, he began to merge skills in imaging, digital strategy, small business management and development towards WordPress based solutions for business of all sizes.

    Now with over 10 years of coding experience he specialises in solving client problems using scalable and secure web-based solutions.

    Of course you have to tolerate the fact that he also has a double life as a professional kite surfer, jet-setting around the world to unbelievable locations with his professional kite surfer wife and magazine editor in tow, so whatever you do don’t ask him how his day is going as it won’t make yours any better.

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  • EdCorrie
    Ed Corrie
    powers:humour . Screenwriting . storytelling . Writing

    As an actor and writer, Ed trained at the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama where he perfected his fake Scottish accent and played Tig for 3 years. He has since worked with Anna Chancellor, Amanda Abbington and Jason Isaacs in projects including Shetland and Case Histories for BBC and has carved a successful niche playing either policemen or bad guys. As a writer, he just makes things up, but nobody seems to have noticed yet…

    Before that, he studied English and Art History at St. Andrews University, so he prides himself on the fact that he has three degrees in waffling, colours and telling stories. 

    At Super Being, Ed is in charge of developing our use of the arts for social impact.

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Join the Mission

Are you someone who gets stuck in, putting the job title second and the collective mission first? Do you laugh way more than you worry? Are you ready for a challenge? Do you like people? Do you like mangoes? Are you able to question things? If you answered ‘yes’ to all of those questions, then we want to meet you.

We do things differently at Super Being Labs:

  1. You either work with us as part of the main team or we sponsor you for a year as an Impact Scholar and help make your idea a reality, whilst training you through our work. Think of it like education with a purpose.
  2. You can take as many holiday days as you want – with power comes great responsibility – we trust in teamwork.
  3. You can either take all of August or December off, fully paid.
  4. You can work from anywhere in the world.
  5. Find a creative way of getting in touch with us to find out number 5.

Become an Impact Scholar

Each year we plan to take on one firestarter* who has an idea that can improve this world. Sound like you? We’ll nurture you, train you and help you turn your idea into a reality.  Oh and we’ll give you a £30,000 scholarship for the first year, so you can fully focus and dedicate yourself to this, without any stress. We don’t care about your age, your education, where you live or anything like that; all we care about is that you’re up for doing something huge.

Apply now by telling us in a simple sentence what your bold idea is and how it makes the world a better place. Throw over an email to and we’ll get you in to meet the team and pitch to us.

*We can only take on one each year at the moment but as we grow, we’re definitely going to break that rule and take on more. Investing in people who care is one of our core beliefs, and we’re willing to take those risks if it means something huge could happen for the world and for you – the person who dared to give it a go.

Contact Us

If we can help or you would just like to talk about anything then drop us an email at:

Call us on +44 0203 457 3761 | Visit us at Runway East, 10 Finsbury Square, EC2A 1AF