Commit 476ae707 authored by Sam Muirhead's avatar Sam Muirhead

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### People: Who's involved? <a name="team">
I'm [Sam](https://twitter.com/cameralibre), I grew up in Aotearoa New Zealand but I have been based in Berlin for the last 8 years. I like to explore, explain and advocate for Open Source beyond the world of software. I do so by making [documentaries and animations](http://cameralibre.cc): about open everything, made with free software, and built on free culture. 5 years ago I also lived a [Year of Open Source](http://edition.cnn.com/2013/06/04/opinion/sam-muirhead-year-open-source), I've run workshops on community building, licensing and open source hardware business models and co-founded an international movement for an open source approach to create a waste-free, sustainable circular economy ([OSCEdays](https://oscedays.org/)).
I'm [Sam](https://twitter.com/cameralibre), I'm based in Te Whanganui-a-Tara (Wellington), Aotearoa New Zealand but I spent 2009-2017 in Berlin, where this project was initially developed. I like to explore, explain and advocate for Open Source beyond the world of software. I do so by making [documentaries and animations](http://cameralibre.cc): about open everything, made with free software, and built on free culture. 5 years ago I also lived a [Year of Open Source](http://edition.cnn.com/2013/06/04/opinion/sam-muirhead-year-open-source), I've run workshops on community building, licensing and open source hardware business models and co-founded an international movement for an open source approach to create a waste-free, sustainable circular economy ([OSCEdays](https://oscedays.org/)).
[Judith Carnaby](http://www.judithcarnaby.com/) is an illustrator, teacher and writer on illustration. She has made great contributions to the development of the project, and will be co-hosting workshops with me.
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