Fiona Bradley

Since 2003, Fiona Bradley has been the Director of Edinburgh’s Fruitmarket Gallery. She emphasises the importance of new work in the context of a consistent and developing artistic practice.

Tom Trevor

Having worked as an artist, musician, television producer, lecturer and independent curator, Trevor is well versed in bringing different art forms together.

Simon Curtis

BAFTA nominated Simon Curtis is a producer and director, whose extensive career spans theatre, film and television.

Aifric Campbell

In conversation with Aifric Campbell.

Tiffany Murray

In conversation with Tiffany Murray.

Philip Ilson

A mogul in the film world, Philip Ilson co-founded the Halloween Short Film Festival in 2003, which became the London Short Film Festival in 2008

Attica Locke

In conversation with Attica Locke.

Julian Stallabrass

Julian is a writer, photographer, art critic, curator and lecturer. His primary focus is on the effects of politics, and the economy on contemporary art and New Media.

Andy Balman

Andy Balman started his career in events and moved into the arts when he jointly set up and ran the Biscuit Factory, Europe’s largest commercial art gallery.

Eleanor Catton

In conversation with Eleanor Catton

Daniel Charny

Designer, curator of the Aram Gallery, and tutor at the Royal College of Art, Daniel Charny is a man in the know. Having trained as an industrial designer, Charny has worked across disciplines including public art, furniture and product design.

Wayne Hemingway

At the forefront of the fashion and design industries for many years, Hemingway set up Red or Dead in 1982 the label grew to phenomenal popularity.

Clare Jay

In conversation with Clare Jay.

Gemme Weekes

In conversation with Gemme Weekes.