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Dwain Lucktung

Editor, journalist, youth mentor and content and community manager for somewhereto_ and Livity

Dwain Lucktung is a journalist based in London, the former digital content editor of Ctrl.Alt.Shift, and currently a content and community manager for Livity; working specifically on two of their projects - Spinebreakers and somewhereto_. In the past he has freelanced for the likes of RWD, the Guardian,MTV Staying Alive and others. He has also been a part-time mentor for young writers at Interact Magazine, an advisor in the Platforma Arts and Refugees Network London hub, a mentor for Channel 4's Battlefront campaigners, and one of the directors of the Youth-led Media Network. In 2011 he was a London360 blogger for Media Trust's Community Channel, represented as a social reporter at the 2011 London Youth Policy Symposium, and was on the drafting committee representing as a youth delegate at the UNAIDS Youth Summit On HIV in Mali. On his travels, he has provided global and social news reports from the DRCongo to Vancouver. Currently he is a trustee for the Youth Media Agency, and advisor/contributor for SetOff Magazine.

Taking Young UK Talent From London to Rio With Somewhereto_

Adam Deacon, who may be more used to working with professional actors than three boys with no acting experience, was full of praise: "TriN3rgy were amazing, always full of energy despite the 30 degree heat every day, and even brought their own ideas to the table. They were great to work with, the tRio looks sick, and I just hope everyone enjoys it."
14/12/2012 14:10 GMT