Kevin Campbell-Wright


During a career spanning  nearly two decades, Kevin has produced a number of outputs in an out of work.

This page shows you just some of what he’s produced.

e-safety - a digital learning guideBooks:

Kevin’s comprehensive guide to developing an e-safety strategy in post-16 learning provision sold over 100 copies in its first month.  You can buy it here.

It contains information on some of the dangers for adults using the internet and looks at how digital responsibility is as important as digital safeguarding.

image of news storyJournalism:

Kevin has been published in Big Issue in the North and a number of trade publications.

  • His article on social media surgeries can be found here.
  • His story on the future of OpenSource can be found here.

Press Relations:Press cuttings

Kevin has had numerous news and press releases, promotional copy and photos published in:

  • Shropshire Star (including front page story twice)
  • Newport Advertiser
  • Telford Journal
  • Wolverhampton Express & Star
  • Shropshire Life Magazine
  • Keighley News
  • Bradford Telegraph & Argus
  • Lancashire Evening Telegraph


My first website, built in 1997 (age 15), was called “Very Innovative” by the Electronic telegraph.  Since then I’ve built many others.  I was on the founding team for ScoutBaseUK, the first website of The Scout Association, where I built the Venture Scout section.

More recently I have built, developed and implemented websites for:

I also maintain content on the following websites:


I have project managed or commissioned work on the following apps / responsive sites:

Social Media:

While I would never pretend to be a videographer or film maker, I have experience with simple video editing and filming skills.

Here are some examples of videos I’ve filmed, edited and produced.

I have undertaken a number of my own creative projects.
In 2012, as part of Haworth Festival, I organised, got sponsorship for,presented and produced a livestream of Bronte related performances from Top Withens, the possible inspiration for Wuthering Heights. It was the first ever web broadcast from the middle of the Pennine Moors and was made using home owned equipment rather than professional kit.

The following year I provided technical solutions to a project by Haworth Ukulele Group (HUG) to have an international Ukeup. Participants came from as close as Bradford and as far as America.

I also perform poetry at small and large OpenMic events. The films below are from Haworth Community Open Mic and Word!, the Midlands longest running and most popular speech performance event.

I’ve undertaken professional design work as a freelance worker and as part of my various contract roles.

Some examples are available on request and below


Logo for LEAFEA Yorkshire & Humber


Logo for JIGSAW forum