Provide food security
Provide sustainable solutions for industrial markets
Restore marine habitats and biodiversity
Supporting coastal communities
Help reduce carbon footprints
UN SUSTAINABILITY GOALS
MEET THE TEAM
Dr. Angela Mead
Founder & CEO
Angela’s background is in marine biology, aquaculture & invasive species. She has worked on coastal & offshore projects around the world, has extensive experience in environmental monitoring & is a published researcher. Angela founded Biome (Algae) & has developed & evolved the offshore seaweed farming project over a number of years, bringing together key people, organisations & institutes in support. She is excited to see her seaweed dream become a reality.
"Seaweed farming leaves something of value to our future generations.”
Business Manager & Strategist
Humphrey Atkinson holds a Diploma in Business Sustainability Leadership from the University of Cambridge and PRINCE2 foundation certificate. He has been the Head of Operations for two sustainable start-up's, most recently with an FMCG brand. He has successfully project managed consumer product launches and RD&I projects.
Creative Director & Operations lead
Claudia studied Ocean yachting at the University of Plymouth. She holds her commercial yacht master offshore & has worked all over the world within the super yachting industry. She has extensive experience operating at sea, is in the RNLI in multiple roles & has a strong 20+ year background in events management & hospitality. She is well-placed as operations lead for technical management & Biome’s Creative Director.
”Seaweed can heal traditional farming methods & is a new, exciting way to bring farm to table.”
George’s years of experience in problem solving for technical, mechanical & construction problems make him well qualified for the position of Operations Manager. He has a passion for seaweed farming & has extensive team management experience to ensure the smooth day-to-day running of the Biome farms, harvesting, processing & distribution.
“Seaweed holds many answers for the future of coastal communities.”