Mr Londoner is writer, speaker and former Museum of London director Antony Robbins - a born-and-bred Londoner.
I became a freelance communications specialist in 2017, after eight years as director of communications at the Museum of London.
Today I'm a writer, speaker and broadcaster. I'm regularly asked by organisations like the National Theatre to speak on a range of historical topics. I also enjoy a regular live broadcast slot on BBC Radio London to explore London's cultural offer on the Saturday Breakfast Show with Carrie and David Grant.
In addition to my role as a senior freelance communicator, I'm also an accredited Blue Badge guide. The coveted Blue Badge, awarded by the Institute of Tourist Guiding, affords me the unique privilege of guiding visitors around London's leading attractions like The Tower of London, Westminster Abbey, St Paul's Cathedral and the Cabinet War Rooms. Without the Blue Badge, one is not allowed to guide in these very special places.
Before working in the cultural sector I spent most of my career as a senior communicator within global relief and development organisations. I've always maintained an international perspective, having worked across sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America and South Asia. Most of all however, I'm passionate about London - my home and my birthplace.
My specialism today is message and brand formulation and audience development. I now combine these skills as a one-stop shop provide communications, research and guiding services to a wide range of clients..