Looking for an impacting, highly-energetic, fast-paced and enlightening speaker with an intriguing accent? Then that’s me. I usually speak about social media, creativity and play, plus, speak about (public) speaking and storytelling (something I also coach others on).

Check out examples of past talks or the ones below (sorry, but don’t do conference panels, won’t participate if your conference line-up doesn’t have a gender balance and rarely speak for free):

MIT : Sandbox Summit

“DK’s closing keynote for Sandbox Summit at MIT had everyone standing on their feet and dancing. As usual, he struck just the right balance of intelligence, imagination, and inspiration.”
Wendy Smolen, Cofounder, Sandbox Summit

Related blog post and full testimonial.

KiwiBank : Speaking With Purpose

We were very privileged to have DK present to Kiwibank as part of our Knowledge Cafe series. His presentation highlighted tips and tricks for improving as a public speaker, and I was very impressed with both the presentation and his advice.
Michelle Farrell, Knowledge Manager at KiwiBank

Related blog post and full testimonial.

NZ’s National Digital Forum

“It’s all about the intersections” pretty much turned into the unofficial tagline for NDF2012 after DK’s spell-binding talk in the opening morning’s plenary session. Truly inspiring stuff, thanks DK!
Matthew Oliver, NDF2012 Conference Organiser

Related blog post and full testimonial.

CatalystCreativ Wysdem Talk

He drew the audience into his talk with his research on how wisdom plays into systems and held their attention by posing important and thoughtful questions on this discussion.”
Evelyn Sabino, Communications & Events Manager at CatalystCreativ

Related blog post and full testimonial.

To explore availability please get in touch with as much information as possible about the event, for example, how many attendees, where, when, how long you wish me to speak for, budget, if you’ll have peppermint tea on tap etc. (the more information the better).

Requirements: DK is gluten / dairy / sugar free. He presents from his MacBook Pro and carries on him a VGA plus HDMI converter for projector. A lapel mic is needed as he doesn’t do lecterns (if presenting in a large room). Only other requirements are a bluetooth clicker if laptop not on stage (which is a preference, otherwise he has his own), a 3.5mm jack for sound (as there will be video clips shown) plus some peppermint tea if possible.