Felix is a new media platform covering the issues Londoners are passionate about. If something raises your heartbeat, it’s our sort of issue. Right now people in London care about politics, Brexit, the health system, who’s playing football on the weekend, where to shop and what to eat.
Felix is a place to converse, criticise, celebrate, ruminate and laugh about what it means to spring from London. Felix is inclusive, provocative, playful yet culturally nuanced and we take our mission, but not ourselves, seriously.
We promise our audience insightful and trustworthy content that is written by creative idealists and battle-hardened professional journalists.
If you lean forward and are the sort who says it the way you see it, then you’re probably just like we are. We’d love to hear from you, drop us a line whenever you have something to ask or tell us. team at teamfelix dot com works best.
Adam Power – Founder
Adam is a career online media executive with over 25 years’ experience in online, video, global brands and M&A spanning the US, Asia, China and Europe.
He was previously President, International for CBSi and built the company’s highly successful China operations from scratch.
Having watched how social media changed the online media business he decided it was the right time to give the audience what they wanted, where they wanted it, not lure them with tricks and clicks.
A lover of cricket, rugby and waves.
Peter Wilson – Editor
Peter Wilson is an editor, author and manager with 38 years’ experience working in more than 60 countries. A former Australian Journalist of the Year (2003),
Peter worked as the News Editor and Online Editor of Australia’s national daily broadsheet newspaper. No stranger to big cities, Peter has been based as a correspondent in Tokyo, Washington, Canberra and London.
He has post-graduate qualifications in management and marketing.
Anoushka Gangji – Sales and Marketing
Anoushka is highly experienced in sales and marketing working in media and technology enterprises large and small.
She has lived and worked in Paris, San Francisco and London.
Passionate about new hotspots, food, travel and style makes her the go to person when organising events, nights out and trips abroad.
Gabrielle Voumard – Founder
Gabrielle has helped to guide Felix from the beginning.
She works on strategy, operations and content. She understands the pulse of different cities having lived in Melbourne, Sydney, Beijing, Hong Kong, San Francisco and for the last 14 years in London.
She has a post graduate degree in political science and English literature.
Bob Graham – Reporter
Bob has half a century of experience working on eight different national newspapers.
His career has taken him to every continent to report on revolutions, wars and regime change.
He has also investigated corruption, crime and miscarriages of justice. He is a best-selling author, including a ghost-written book about Nelson Mandela.
Jo Davey – Writer
Jo’s insatiable interest for all things travel, culture, cooking and language has taken her on some incredible adventures.
Her favourite so far has been working as a chef just outside Tokyo.
She now combines writing for Felix with flinging herself around the world in search of new faces, foods and futures.
She has studied creative writing and literature at University of East Anglia.
Stewart Vickers – Writer
Stewart Vickers started his career at Felix as a contributing writer and has helped to shape its social media strategy.
His interests span vintage clothing from the Victorian period to the 1970s, antiques and rock and metal music.
Stewart also studies Art History at University College London.
Bryony Parker – Social Media, Music and Australian
Bryony handles social media and publishing for Felix.
She is an accomplished musician, singer and songwriter and in her spare time is studying Political Science and French at Birkbeck, University of London.
She moved from Australia to London four years ago.
We’d love to hear from you, drop us a line whenever you have something to ask or tell us. team at teamfelix dot com works best.