The Board

Dave Taylor
Editor in Chief
Dave spent 34 years working in the security industry before losing 75% of his visual field. His whole life was turned upside down, but now feels his life has more meaning to it. Dave started the Losing My Sight Magazine in March 2016 and Losing My Sight Charity in March 2017. He aims to help visually impaired and blind people who have recently been diagnosed with sight loss and to get others to integrate back into the community.
Spencer Ama
Events Secretary
Spencer is a family man with two children. He's lived in Portsmouth for over 10 years now. He is also a very keen musician and has his own band called Jammer Project. Music plays a big part in Spencer’s life and his band occasionally does charity events for causes both in the UK and also in the Philippines.
David Creighton
Treasurer
David Creighton spent 20 years in the Police reaching the rank of CID before going onto having a successful career in the private security industry working with budgets in excess of £5m. David has also enjoyed sports, and was once a qualified referee. David supports Birmingham City and is married with three grown up children.
Andrew Hurdle
Secretary
Andrew Hurdle is passionate about photography and attends Portsmouth Football Club on behalf of Losing My Sight Magazine. Andrew brings with him a quality of balance to the charity business and ensures all committee members keep to the agenda laid out.
Denis Brzozowski
Media Manager
Denis has been with the magazine since the launch in early 2016, bringing in a lot of design & media experience as well as commercial awareness. His business Wolfden Creative is one of the main partners of the LMS Charity. Denis heads up all of our creative projects and visual aspects of the charity and magazine.
David Daniels
Disability Liaison Secretary
David used to run his own antiques business in Portsmouth before having to accept that he could not continue due to his sight loss brought on by RP. David is involved in blind ten pin bowling and blind cricket which takes up a lot of his time. He is always looking for volunteers to join his cricket team. David is married with two grown up children, and enjoys going to the LMS Fit Club, keeping him fit for his cricket. David’s role with Losing My Sight Charity is to help and pass on his years of experience with his sight loss and act as an example that life does not stop just because of sight loss.