Over the past six months since leaving Brighton, Guy (Al. 2012-17) has started his own clothing brand called PYNK&BLU, which is now backed by a global startup incubater called Schoolab based in Paris.
The Old Brightonian Community
Rachel O’Nunain (Wi. 2009-16) paid a visit to Brighton College last week to coach the Senior Debating first pair of Jessica Pavey and Isabel Loubser, who have qualified for the 2nd Round of the ESU Mace Debating Competition at Ardingly in February.
Raja Dato' Zamilia Raja Mansur (Fe. 1983-85) has a fascinating career in Corporate Communications and is now the Vice President at Felda Global Ventures Holdings Berhad and is an active member of our OB community in Malaysia. In 2015 she was bestowed the highly prestigious Datukship title by his Royal Highness Sultan of Perak for her achievements towards Malaysia's development and we are delighted to feature her as this month's OB of the Month.
After leaving Brighton College, Ryan (Ry. 1989-94) worked in radio until he decided to change career paths and has been Chief Executive of the Rockinghorse Children's Charity since 2012. All of us here at Brighton are very proud to hear that Ryan was awarded the Outstanding Contribution to Sussex Award at the Argus Community Stars Awards, which took place at the Brighton Dome on Sunday night.
Chris Terrill (Al. 1965-70) is to be made Honorary Doctor of Science on Friday 12 January 2018 at 10.00am at Durham Cathedral.
Shirley left Brighton College in 1978 after which she studied Architecture at the Brighton School of Architecture at Sussex University. She was a founding director of SW Architects in London, and after working as a chartered Architect, she is now a Party Wall Surveyor - and has worked on transformative projects such as Canon Place and the Shard of Glass in London.
Having received brilliant reviews for his previous historical novels, The Indomitable Chiesa Di Santa Maria is a gripping novel exploring the history of one church through the ages- from its construction in the early 15th century, through the Napoleonic War, WWII, the Florentine Floods, through to present day.
A storied 1954 Jaguar D-type Works (OKV 2) is expected to fetch £9-£11 million at auction in Sotheby's Arizona sale on January 18-19.