Krissie Ducker (Sennocke 01)

I am a TV and film writer having written for BBC/AMC Killing Eve on season 3, aired in 2020, and season 4, airing in 2022. (2021)

Adrian Boeckeler (School House 02)

After moving to Los Angeles seven years ago I met my wife, and we welcomed our first son, Leander, in 2019. Our second son is due later this year. I’ve been working as a music producer and Grammy foundation member and my wife is an actress. A typical LA family. (2021)

Alan Mandel Butler (02)

After leaving Sevenoaks I have been fortunate enough to enjoy a varied career in the entertainment industry, working as an actor, director and educator across stage, screen and audio. As an actor some of my film and TV projects include Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, Rocketman, EastEnders, War Horse, and most recently the Netflix horror film No One Gets Out Alive. I’ve also worked on a variety of adverts, off West End and touring theatre shows, short films and audio dramas. A few directing projects include the award-winning audio drama Red Valley, festival and fight directing the Stroud Shakespeare Festival and developing a series of anthropological documentaries for the Pitt Rivers Museum. My participation in the Romania project in the summers of 2001 and 2002 ignited my love of teaching and since then I have been a dedicated performing arts practitioner working in a variety of settings with actors of all ages. Most recently I have moved to the UAE and am excited to be assisting in developing the acting programme at the first conservatoire drama school in the MENA region, the Sharjah Performing Arts Academy. (2021)

Jude Lowson (OS 02)

She became Acting Head of King’s College School Wimbledon. (2021)

Charly Wittgenstein (IC 95) and Camilla Wittgenstein (née von Stauffenberg) (GIH 02)

We are happy to announce the birth of Alix (11 June 2021). The little monster is doing her best to keep her parents from sleeping but somehow has captured our hearts anyway. The two older siblings are doing their very best to make the chaos complete. All fun and games. (2021)

Anastasia Grazioli (GIH 04)

I had a child and he is now one year old. (2021)

Christopher Roche (04)

I was at Sevenoaks School from 1997 to 2004 and loved it. I went on to do a Master of Arts in English Literature (Warwick University, UK, and then Sydney University, Australia) and then converted to medicine as a graduate, obtaining my medical degree in London (2010-14). I am now a cardiothoracic surgery trainee and am currently on time out of training to do a PhD in cardiac surgery at the University of Sydney. I had a very positive experience of Sevenoaks and the IB, which I thought was a brilliant programme. I even ended up using Latin, which I studied for all seven years at Sevenoaks including at Higher Level IB. That’s because medical terminology is based on Latin and Greek but also because I married a Czech and am learning that language, which is one of the few which has a similar structure to Latin. I chose Latin because I thought the teachers were cool (which perhaps says something about me!) but it shows that you never know when these things will come back around. As part of my PhD, I recently invented a minimally invasive surgical instrument which was prototyped and tested in a proof-of-concept study. (2021)

Lucy Bowman (née Draper) (06)

Despite the challenges of 2020 so far, my husband Luke and I have been posted to Sheppard Air Force Base, Texas to represent the UK at the Euro-NATO Joint Jet Pilot Training Program. He is instructing NATO pilots to fly the T-38 trainer jet and I have relocated my jewellery business (alongside squadron spousal duties). We are also expecting our first child towards the end of this year. (2020)

Marina Gordon (GIH 06) 

I was awarded the 2020 Rising Star in Investment Management by We are the City. Now in their sixth year, the Rising Star Awards are the first to focus on the achievenments of women below senior management or director level - representing the female talent pipeline and the next generation of future leaders. (2020)

Samuel Johns (08)

Locked-down in Langtang for the duration of the Covid-19 restrictions: an unexpected confinement in the Himalayan mountains for several months, after a business trip for PSD Plastics in Nepal that was meant to last three days! I continue to work in PET plastics recycling in the Himalayan region, fraught with environmental challenges at the moment and political upheaval as well. In honour of Doccy B: Geography is my passion! (2020)

Polina Melamed (Sennocke 09)

Polina lives in San Francisco with her husband Luca and is Vice President, Brand Marketing at Choreograph, a data analytics company owned by WPP. (2021)