New starter at Found

Meet John, Rupy & Emily

10th June 2013 - 7 minutes read  NewsSearch
Florence Bundy - Culture & Operations Director

The Found team is growing and expanding. We have been very lucky to welcome three new faces to the team over the last few weeks.

John Stuchfield

Search Analyst

John Stuchfield

The newest addition to the PPC team has been hooked on digital marketing since being introduced to it at University. The precise nature of paid search and the impressive results that can be achieved keep this new Founder motivated. Here is a bit more about this Tottenham Hotspur fan:

Hometown
Stratford St Mary – a small village in Suffolk.

Any hidden talents?
Calligraphy – I started doing it at prep school and have continued it ever since. Unfortunately I don’t get time to do it as much as I would like now though.

Favourite font?
Gothic.

If you could only eat one thing every day for the rest of your life, what would it be?
Parma ham – I just can’t enough of it.

As a major Coldplay fan, what is your favourite Coldplay Moment?
I saw them play at the Emirates last year, and everyone had a flashing these wristbands on, and when Every Teardrop is a Waterfall came on the whole crowd went crazy and started bouncing around. There were about 60,000 people in there and it was amazing to see such vibrant lights everywhere you looked.

You claim to hate bad table manners, number one table pet peeve?
People who talk while they have a mouthful of food. Can’t stand it!

Do anything crazy on your trip to New Zealand?
On my last day in New Zealand I randomly decided I wanted to do a sky dive. I did it at about 10am and then got driven straight to the airport to catch a flight to Fiji – crazy last day!!

If you were to be an animal, which would you be and why?
Probably an owl. I’ve got the big eyes already and I would love to be able to fly.

Rupy Kaur

Account Director

Rupy Kaur

With ten years’ experience in digital, our newest Account Director is always ready to deliver strategy, solutions and exceptional service to our clients. Find out what else interests this art house cinema fan:

First tell us what is art house cinema?
Art house cinema for me is just that – art and beauty, a refreshing break from Hollywood and Bollywood! I find these films a real reflection on human nature and life experiences.

What film would you recommend to someone new to the genre?
I loved “Les petits mouchoirs” / Little White Lies.

As the Oxfam fashion blogger, do you have any fashion advice? 
I would tell people to just wear what makes them happy.

If you had to be a colour, which would you be?
I would choose to be green – I find it a very uplifting and energising colour.

Any crazy travel stories?
Hardly crazy but it was great fun, if a little scary. I was travelling by myself in a tuk tuk at 5am in the morning, pitch black, towards Angor Wat just to see the sun rise, it was amazing when we got there!

As a poet, what is one tip you can share with someone who has never written before?
Don’t think, just feel and the writing should just flow.

Favourite ice cream flavour and why?
Neapolitan by Swedish Glace. Why? For dairy free ice cream eaters like me, this is just toooooo good!

As a lover of the outdoors, is there was anything you would about it?
Less concrete, more open green spaces please.

Emily White

Content Marketing Executive

Emily White

After completing a Found internship, Emily joined the team permanently as a Content Marketer. Aside from assisting the Founders with all things content, there is a lot more to know about this Canadian native:

Hometown
Montreal, Canada.

You claim to be of a journalistic background…. What’s the weirdest article or piece you have ever written?
I think it would have to be a tie between a story I did on a haunted mansion in the city’s wealthiest neighbourhood and the varying opinions of students on the sexualisation of Halloween costumes.

If you could only eat one candy for the rest of your life what would it be?
In a horrible world where such a decision had to be made, it would have to be Cherry Blasters. Actually Sour Patch Kids.  No, make that Cherry Blasters. Can I choose two?

We know you’re from Canada, so tell us something we might not know about the motherland?
Besides for the fact that we don’t live in igloos? I think it is good to know that the capital of Canada is Ottawa, not Toronto!

Are you scared of spiders? Or any insects or animals for that matter?
Cats. I hate how you can’t hear them creeping up on you as they appear to steal your soul away.

Any crazy travel stories from your time in Peru?
One moment that definitely stands out is when we took a buggy into the Nazca dessert and went sand boarding on the sand dunes. It was a pretty crazy experience.

Paper or iPad?
Kindle.

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