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We’re an award-winning London based crewing company working in the UK and internationally. Whether you’re building an immersive VIP hangout or a spectacular awards ceremony – we’ll help make sure your set-up and get-out goes smoothly, safely and successfully.

We can do this because our team members have the right mix of skills. Some are strong, determined, and can take care of the heavy lifting. Others have technical expertise, an eye for detail. All of them care about doing a great job for you.

We want to do good work in more ways than one. So we work with people who have been homeless in the past, training them up and helping them build a career in crewing. Many have become valued members of our team.


the team

Warren Rogers

Charlie Dorman

Mathias Berry
Operations Manager

Robin Beshoori
Senior Account Manager

Natalija Trifanova
Finance Manager

Artur Moreno
Crew Chief

Nick Zeffert
Crew Chief

Margarita Ktoris
Senior Communications Manager

Thomas Beddis
Service Co-ordinator

Cormac Collins
Head of Crew

Reuben Gilmore, Duty Manager, Connection Crew

Reuben Gilmore
Duty Manager

Head-shot of Sherona Bailey, Duty Manager, Connection Crew

Sherona Bailey
Duty Manager

Juan Garesse
Crew Chief

Camilla Marcus-Dew
Head of Ventures

Artur Kurissoo
Crew Chief

Tyler Murphy
Senior Crew Chief + Duty Manager

Chris Golding
Crew Chief

Connection Crew’s ability to break down complicated tasks ahead of delivery and spec out thorough briefs for the crew really helps when it comes to the build.



We started out in 2005 as part of the homelessness charity The Connection at St Martin’s, in London’s Trafalgar Square. We employed people who had been homeless in the past, giving them a place in our crew and helping them develop purpose, confidence and independence. Social enterprises were fairly new at the time. But we thought: if we can do great work for great clients and support those people who need it – why wouldn’t we?

Five years later we became a Community Interest Company, or CIC: an organisation that aims to use its profits for good. Since then, we’ve grown twelve-fold.

In the last 14 years we have employed 248 people with a history of homelessness to complete 136,017 hours of work.

Read our 10 year Social Impact Report

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