Andrew Suttar a.k.a. Dr. Froth is an internationally renowned soap bubble artist, scientist, inventor, adventurer and proven creative talent. He has 24 years of performance history in soap bubbles and has toured Hong Kong, Singapore, Australia, America and Vietnam. He has performed on opening night for Cirque de Soleil, the UN National School (Hanoi), Vietnamese TV, the Today Show (Australia), Australia’s Got Talent, TEDx Melbourne, creative and innovation conferences alongside Ray Kurzweil and Edward De Bono, a road show for Fanta, invented edible bubbles for Microsoft and consults on soap bubbles in advertising for major brands. He studied Theatre apprenticed to Annie Stainer who worked with David Bowie. He holds the record for the most Popular Science Museum Show ever presented in the southern hemisphere.
He has a Masters degree in Entrepreneurship & Innovation and is the founder of Bubbly (an innovative company offering education, entertainment, products and training with soap bubbles). His life mission is to fix fractured education systems through student-centered curriculum design informed by his Bubbleosophy. Andrew has developed and managed exhibitions for two Australian science museums, he authored a chapter in the book Igniting Brilliance: Integral Education for the 21st Century, he has presented at ImmersED 2018 in Los Angeles, he has appeared on TV, commercials, and music videos, he's presented keynote addresses at teacher conferences and has performed thousands of school shows that students and teachers think are hilarious. He also recently attempted to break the World Record for the most people simultaneously blowing bubbles at a single event with the Melbourne Zoo.