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Who we are


Dr Kevin Dutton, Psychologist & Bottle Moments Founder

Dr. Kevin Dutton is a research psychologist and bestselling author who

has spent the better part of the past twenty years at the Universities of

Oxford and Cambridge. He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society.

Kevin has long been passionate about using the science of psychology to

make a positive and lasting difference to society and improving the lives

of others, and it was after a conversation with a friend of his who was a

frontline nurse that he decided to found Bottle Moments. Read the story about the conversation which sparked it all off here. To find out more about Kevin’s work, visit his website at Follow Kevin on Twitter at @TheRealDrKev


Rob Murray, Freelance Cartoonist & Artistic Director

Rob Murray is one of the UK’s leading cartoonists. He draws a full-colour cartoon every week for The Sunday Times and is a regular contributor to Private Eye, The Spectator and a wide variety of other magazines and newspapers. Rob has illustrated bestselling books, worked on major advertising campaigns, and has won or been shortlisted for various cartooning competitions and awards. In 2020, during the first Covid lockdown, Rob teamed up with Kevin Dutton to roll out the Bottle Moments project in support of key workers. As launch cartoonist and artistic director, Rob established the visual style for the project, and single-handedly drew the first 300 personalised Bottle Moments cartoons. Rob works from a home studio in Surrey and a second studio in Wimbledon. See more of Rob's work by visiting his website:


Rachel Cross, Social & Web Director

Rachel is a twenty-something, adventure-loving Oxford graduate based in Gloucestershire. Day-to-day, Rachel works in Charity Communications and is also currently completing a Masters in Health Psychology. Rachel joined the Bottle Moments team in April 2020 after its first launch during the Covid-19 lockdown, when it became evident that Kevin and Rob needed the expertise of someone a bit younger to help them manage Bottle Moments' online presence. When not behind the desk or promoting #BottleMoments on social media, Rachel enjoys traveling, walking, reading, cryptic crosswords and drinking cups of tea. Her ultimate bottle moment is to some day live as a full-time digital nomad out of a campervan, with a pet duck or two. Rachel also writes a blog talking openly about her struggles with anorexia: 

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