Antonia Forster is a Unity/C# games and software developer, specialising in immersive experiences such as AR, VR & XR.

She is an experienced public speaker, having delivering talks at venues including: London Science Museum, the Royal Society, Kew Gardens, Edinburgh Fringe Festival, At-Bristol Science Museum, Brighton Science Festival, Cheltenham Science Festival, Electromagnetic Field Festival, the Grant Museum of Zoology, BBC Radio Bristol, BBC Radio Gloucestershire, and more.

In 2017, her record-breaking TEDxBristol talk was delivered to a live audience of 2,000 people, and has since gained over 92,000 views online.

In 2018,  Antonia was nominated and shortlisted for Nature’s John Maddox Prize, in recognition of work as an LGBTQ+ speaker and activist.

She has been named one of Bristol’s Top Nine “Women To Watch” in STEM, and featured in numerous magazine, radio and television features.


see what i can offer

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keynote presentations

Antonia is an experienced and inspirational public speaker, with expertise on equality & diversity in STEM. She travels worldwide to deliver inspirational talks to businesses, conferences, and organisations seeking to create a gender-inclusive work environment.

diversity & equality consultation

For business looking to diversify their workforce in the long-term, consultation is available. You will receive expert, evidence-backed advice on how to avoid bias and implement gender-inclusive hiring practices, language, conference conduct, and more.

unity 3d/c# & vr/ar development

With two years of professional experience as a Unity/C# developer, including experience in developing VR & AR content, and collaborating successfully with artists and other developers, Antonia is available on a freelance basis.

Customer Testimonials

Devon Conradson
Student Liaison Officer,
stanford University

Antonia’s recent presentation at Stanford’s STEM Symposium demonstrated not only her vast expertise in her field, but also her steadfast commitment to advocacy. She spoke about her personal experience of prejudice, as well as the evidence provided by national and international studies.

Her talk was engaging, inspirational, informative, and vital for anyone seeking to improve inclusion in STEM.

Sean Slater 
fringe coordinator,
edinburgh skeptics

Antonia’s talk was informative and very interesting, and well received by an enthusiastic audience. Afterwards, she lead an engaging Q&A discussion on some potentially charged subjects, promoting understanding and open-mindedness on all fronts.

Antonia is an excellent, inspirational speaker, and one we would wholeheartedly recommend.

mark myers
founding consultant,
ldc via,

We were seeking a speaker with expertise on diversity and inclusion in tech, to deliver a keynote at our annual conference. Antonia consulted with us, and delivered a custom talk, touching on our business’s specific strengths and weaknesses. It is now clear to everyone how we can diversify our workforce, and the benefits of doing so.

Antonia’s presentation had a huge organisational impact, for which I am very grateful.