Cerebra Innovation Centre Team

The Cerebra Innovation Centre is a small team based at the University of Wales Trinity St. David in Swansea.

Dr Ross Head

Ross completed his doctoral studies before becoming a lecturer in Product Design at University of Wales Trinity St. David. He is also one of the original members of the CIC team contributing to set up the unit as it is today. Ross now focuses all his time on CIC and when not at work he is a keen surfer and kite surfer who has a passion for developing and making his own kite surf boards.

Gerallt Devonald

Gerallt joined the team at the Cerebra Innovation Centre in 2011 after graduating from the School of Art and Design in Cardiff.

Gerallt takes great pride in being able to use his skills as a product designer to create innovative solutions that enable children with challenging neurological conditions to live a more included, fulfilled and enjoyable life.

Gerallt is keen amateur photographer with an interest in landscape, wildlife and macro photography. In his spare time he enjoys exploring the Pembrokeshire coast or hiking in locations including Snowdonia and the Scottish Highlands. His passion for the outdoors has been nurtured through working as a volunteer leader for The Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme.

David Jarvis

David joined the team after studying for a Masters Degree in Product Design at Swansea College of Art.

David’s passion for design offers solutions that satisfy in an honest and thorough fashion. David believes that pushing the boundaries and being brave in one’s actions are the best way to create great products. David’s work with CIC offers him a great deal of personal fulfilment, knowing that the products deliver opportunities that may not have been possible without the CIC framework.

David is a keen football fan, following Swansea City home and away for the last ten years.

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