KitMapper is a peer-to-peer service that provides A/V and art equipment, curation, production, design and installation to suit all creative projects, whatever the scale or budget.

Established by London-based artist and curator Dave Charlesworth, KitMapper’s ethical, structural and economic foundations stem from a deep understanding of the British cultural industry and an appreciation of the ever-pertinent issues and potentials for economic existence and sustainability within it.

KitMapper is the affordable, easy and efficient way to hire kit and provide fundamental support and resources for medium-and large-scale creative projects, education workshops and the like. In recent years, it has even managed to expand its client-base amid nationally and internationally known and respected organisations, institutions, companies and creatives from London, to the wider UK and Europe.

KitMapper also supports emerging creative talent in a number of ways; they have close relationships to educational institutions such as Goldsmiths, The Royal College of Art and Bloomberg New Contemporaries, and have helped foster careers through temporary and permanent employment of young designs and artist. So, whether they’re helping out last minute art exhibitions at Royal College of Art or being responsive to the needs and budgets of those just starting out; KitMapper offers invaluable, integral solutions for the creative industry across all levels.