Academic and Media Specialist
London College of Communication (LCC) Senior Lecturer Lawrence Lartey has more than 15 years industry experience as a producer and creative strategist. He has worked for the BBC, ITV and Viacom International Networks. Lawrence recently directed a project between LCC and Jay-Z’s Shawn Carter Foundation, which resulted in four students from LCC working at Roc Nation in New York on a cultural Formerly a Contributing Editor for Touch Magazine, Lawrence has also written for Music Week, Now, The Daily Record, Time Out and The Guardian. Lawrence authored and co-produced Usher The Ultimate Entertainer (Radio documentary) for BBC Radio 1. Other notable credits include ‘An Afternoon With Al Green’ for the Arts Council, which he produced, and the global trending ‘How Hip Hop Changed The World’ for Channel 4, which he produced alongside Idris Elba. Have lunch with… Shades of Noir©2015 1 Lawrence is the Creative Director for Question Media Group, (a boutique engagement agency).
Question Media Group recently produced an award winning 12-part radio drama for Unicef around the education and prevention of HIV, Lawrence also executive produced 5 short films for Channel 4s Random Acts strand. He was recently named as ‘One of the most influential black people under 40 in the