Brian Helwater

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Brian Helwater

2023 official portrait of Helwater
Brian Henry Helwater

29 July 1982 (1982-07-29) (age 41)
London, England
Alma materUniversity for the Creative Arts

Sir Brian Helwater KCOS, (born 29 July 1982) is a Mimasian photographer and Head Administrator of the Mimasian Royal Websites. He achieved national fame for his work as an administrator of the nation's social media accounts. Helwater was made Knight Commander of the Order of Saturn in June 2018 for his work for the nation's online presence and for his work for the Ministry of Citizenship. He is the Chancellor of the Order of Saturn.

Education and career

Helwater was educated at University for the Creative Arts. He works as a freelance photographer and specializes in stock photography.

After his introduction to micronational affairs in 2016 Helwater offered to work for Mimas' administrative branch and became the Head Administrator of the Mimasian Royal Websites in 2017. Helwater's time as administrator of the social media accounts has been marked by his work for equal treatment of all matters, the promotion of human rights and diversity. For this he was bestowed the Order of St. Thora in 2019 and H. R. H. The Archduke's Medal in June 2020.

Chancellor of the Order of Saturn and the Order of St. Thora

In 2018 Helwater was granted knighthood and short thereafter became Chancellor of the Order of Saturn and the Order of St. Thora. As Chancellor, Helwater is responsible for the seal and its use. Each new admission to the order requires an official audience between the Archduke and the Chancellor where the Archduke is informed of any suggested admissions and also signs the presented letter patent. During the COVID-19 pandemic all meetings were held digitally and any paperwork was mailed to His Royal Highness Christoph II for signage.


National honours

Foreign honours

Former honours
  • Commander of the Most Honourable Order of the Lotus (1 January 2021, order abolished 24 October 2022)

Order of wear