Sanderson alongside fellow comedian Pippa Evans formed The Sunday Assembly, gathering which celebrated life through talks, comedy and songs. Since its conception, the idea has gone viral and there are now 28 Assemblies worldwide. Although not classified as a religious gathering, The Sunday Assembly is now included on the GCSE syllabus for Religious Education.
Sanderson has appeared on BBC Radio 4 and worked as a film critic for England’s longest running woman’s magazine, The Lady, from 2009-2011. Prior to comedy, he sold advertising at The Economist, where he was seconded to their digital skunkworks Project Red Stripe as a digital creative, before choosing the world of stand up over online start-ups.
He has received a Malcolm Hardee Awards nomination and a nomination for the Chortle Award for Innovation.
Away from the comedy circuit, Sanderson is a keen businessman and knows what it takes to build a business from scratch. Sanderson can be booked as a comedian, a business speaker or as a representative of The Sunday Assembly.
His cocktail of talents means he flourishes at a wide range of events conferences, away days and award ceremonies for a variety of sectors including, sales, technology and startups and advertising and marketing.