Creative Kernow, based at Krowji, is the umbrella organisation for the following projects. Together we support the production, promotion and distribution of work by creative practitioners in Cornwall because we believe in creativity's transformative power and want more people to benefit from it.

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Krowji Board of Directors

Greg Oldrieve – Chair of Krowji Ltd

Greg is a highly experienced Chartered Surveyor and a past Managing Director of Vickery Holman, the SW’s largest practice of commercial property consultants. He is currently head of their Development Services team, handling over £20 million of development projects, including a number of ERDF projects, and director of their wholly owned subsidiary Envoy Property Management Ltd, responsible for the management of over 300 properties. He has been an invaluable source of specialist advice and expertise since joining the Krowji board in 2011.

Jonathan Bray – Non-Executive Director of Krowji Ltd

Jonathan is a proud Cornish person. He was formerly one of the senior management team at Trebah Garden, an internationally renowned garden with a Cornish cultural focus and leading tourist attraction in the UK.

Jonathan is also a director of and designer for Cousin Jack’s, a theatre company focused on high quality family performance and deeply rooted in Cornwall. The Mousehole Cat is their best known show, which is performed annually in Mousehole at Christmas time, it has also been performed nationally and had a mini tour of America in 2019. Alongside this he has co-produced and lead the design teams on several landscape performances such as ‘Tempest’ at Trebah, a production centered on diversity and inclusivity with celebration at its heart. As a graduate of Falmouth Art School, Jonathan has a creative perspective on everything he does.

The Tempest production

Cousin Jacks

Anna Brown – Non-Executive Director of Krowji Ltd

Anna is Deputy Director, Communications and Engagement at Falmouth University. In this role, she is responsible for the teams who work to enhance the institution’s reputation through media relations, digital and content creation, design and publications, stakeholder engagement and internal communications.

She’s passionate about the power of culture and creativity as a driver for economic growth and community cohesion and as a positive contributor to health and wellbeing.

Katie Treggiden – Non-Executive Director of Krowji Ltd

Katie Treggiden is an author, journalist and podcaster championing a circular approach to design. She is also the founder and director of Making Design Circular, a membership community in which designer-makers get to feel proud of contributing to a thriving planet with every product they make.

Matthew Brown – Non-Executive Director of Krowji Ltd

Matthew is a Facilities Manager by trade, working at the UK’s leading creative arts university in Falmouth, where alongside operational support, he manages legislative compliance, particularly related to environmental management. He also provides a link into local government, having served as Mayor of Redruth, Krowji’s home, from 2021 to 2023, and still serves on the Town Council. Matthew has worked with capital projects at the university and supported the bids to the National Lottery and High Street Heritage Action Zone (HSHAZ) for local organisations, including the Buttermarket.