MUSIC DIRECTOR John Kramarchuk spent thirty years as a performing musician, recording-artist and studio engineer. Having completed a Degree in Music and Technology, he now delivers a range of music activities across West Norfolk, some of which are specifically for young people with special needs or those facing challenging circumstances. He also teaches A Level Music and Tech, and runs Film Making clubs for young people. John’s mission is to pass on his experience, using music as a tool for education, wellbeing and social cohesion.

Kirsten Murray has been home educating since 2007. Noticing a lack of activities locally involving digital technology and aimed at children, she started running Scratch coding sessions in her village library. Kirsten would like to create a hub where young people can borrow resources, be offered interesting opportunities with creative technology, and make friends through shared interests in a supportive environment. Kirsten volunteers for the Norfolk Library Service running Scratch and microbit sessions, has a degree in Electronic Music and enjoys making absurd electronic musical instruments that create a terrible racket.

OPERATIONS DIRECTOR Charlie Wall has spent nearly a decade working within the field of youth work in various role ranging from sessional delivery through to the management of the largest youth club portfolio for one of the oldest youth charities in Norfolk and on the planet. Having completed a BA (Hons) in Psychosocial studies and a Level 4 Dips.Couns, he now oversees the background logistics, Funding designs, Safeguarding and Administrative duties of CREA Norfolk.

Triston Finnis has around 20 years experience in the music industry and is owner of Twisted Melon, the music management, event and promotions company. Twisted Melons management roster includes Tom Lumley & The Brave Liaison and Dead Reynolds while also working with acts across a wide range of genres from the likes of Judge Jules & Alex P to the Inspiral Carpets Tom Hingley, Happy Mondays Bez, Mallory Knox & The Clockworks.

Highlights locally include Deaf Havana's sell out homecoming show at the King’s Lynn Corn Exchange and the ‘Socially Distanced Festival’.

Triston is also involved with a number of festivals including VW Whitenoise, OneFest & Festival Too.
No stranger to West Norfolk Triston was born right here in King’s Lynn. Brought up in North Lynn attending St Eds, Gaywood Park and then onto The College Of West Anglia. 

Triston works hard to promote the grass roots music scene locally hosting a weekly alternative and new music show called Loaded on Radio West Norfolk as well as having strong links with BBC Introducing.