Meet the team
Shaun Hunter is the founder and director of Event 7 and an event and technical producer with over 20 years experience in the global events industry.
He's the Technical Production Manager for the critically acclaimed Envision Festival, Costa Rica, since the event’s inception 10 years ago.
At Glastonbury Festival, he is the Technical Manager for the much celebrated warren of iniquity that is the Rabbit Hole, and at Boomtown Festival he heads up the technical team at The Psychedelic Forest.
Starting out as a musician, Shaun quickly realised he got more out of live sound production. Having cut his teeth as Technical Manager in venues across London and touring with bands, Shaun graduated to event production.
Shaun worked closely for 8 years technically producing events for a street-art superstar - whose identity remains secret - but whose work currently sells internationally for up to 7 figures.
Shaun has an impressive folio of projects from installations for a slew of contemporary artists to fashion shows, corporate events and weddings under his belt.
In 2001, his work for Prime Minister Tony Blair led to his invitation to 10 Downing Street, where Shaun took the opportunity to plaster the toilets with Greenpeace 'Boycott E$$O' stickers.
There's little Shaun hasn't technically advised and worked on, from product launches, hotel openings, pop-up concepts to 3D projection mapping on buildings.
On the rare occasions when he is not producing events, Shaun can be found hanging on the beach with his partner, twin sons and daughter in Brighton and Hove.
For over 10 years, Martina has worked in high management roles in the events and live music industry globally. Her environmentally conscious mind and strong ethical values form the key elements of her work.
She is well known and revered as a production manager for pioneering the creation of new operation and production systems. In the last 5 years, her work has culminated in groundbreaking event production models which encompass her core values:
She has successfully applied this at venues and festivals such as Glastonbury Festival - Shangri-La, Boomtown - Relic, Envision Festival - Costa Rica, Kachette, Village Underground.
From a young age Dan has been immersed in the entertainment industry working alongside his father the well known Bass Guitarist Jo Burt. He moved into theatre in his teens and went on to attain 4 distinctions in Technical Theatre at Kingston College.
He has been developing and expanding his professional knowledge since then, working in Audio Visual hires, sales, installation and maintenance. Including well known London venues Pulse, XOYO, Village Underground Road Trip to name but a few.
His focus has always been Event and Production Management. From the planning and creative stages to the execution of a project. His background from family years through to current day have given him a unique perspective and intimate understanding of the entertainment industry.
Anna studied at the acclaimed Academy of Contemporary Music (ACM) where she graduated with a Degree in Creative Music Production. She has worked in Live sound, events and festivals since leaving college and now has her own studios Analogue Sounds. She has a keen edge on Sound both in the studio and on events and is well versed at audio installations and management.
She gets her kicks from recording live music and producing electronic music. She has recently gained interest from BBC Radio 6 with her production on Artist MC Solomun’s release Bombay to London.
With a desire to capture moments in time that can
prevail, Nuria developed a passion for the arts at a
She hold a Higher Diploma in Photography by EASD Pablo Picasso and a Documentary Photography Masters at LABASAD in Spain. Nuria is an adept photographer and videographer with extensive skills in editing and image manipulation.
She joined Event 7 at the end of the pandemic with a
keen interest in digital events and live streaming and is an adept virtual and physical event producer.
When at home she is never far from her true passion,
photography, and running her publishing project: Aghh Zine! with her co-funder Monica.
“I find photography a way to communicate what I am
not able to do in words”