Charlotte Cotton is a curator and writer. Most recently, she has been creative director of the proposed Media Space – a partnership between the Science Museum and the National Media Museum, UK. Previously, she was the curator and head of the Wallis Annenberg Department of Photography at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art (LACMA)…
Born in London in 1968, Platon was raised in the Greek Isles until his family returned to England in the 1970’s. He attended St. Martin’s School of Art and after receiving his BA with honors in Graphic Design, went on to receive an MA in Photography and Fine Art at the Royal College of Art…
I am Caroline Metcalfe, Photographic Director at Conde Nast Traveller magazine. As such I am responsible for commissioning and overseeing all of the photographic content of the magazine excluding the fashion stories.
Mark George was born in 1953 to a Scottish mother and an Armenian father and was bought up in Chelsea, London. He was schooled in London and Switzerland.
Simon Roberts is a UK-based photographer. He studied a BA Hons Degree in Human Geography at the University of Sheffield before taking up photography.
Shelley Page is currently Head of International Outreach for DreamWorks Animation and is based in London.
Originally trained in the UK as an illustrator, Shelley has been working in the field of Feature Animation since 1986.
Aidan Sullivan began his career as a news photographer working on foreign assignments for various UK publications covering events and conflicts in Afghanistan, India, and Northern Ireland.
Rebecca F. Bar-Tur retired from a 15 year career on Wall Street in 2010 and is currently focused on several of her personal passions; 21st Century photography and art, writing and real estate development. She is Co-founder and President of Praxis Development, LLC, a real estate investment and development firm based in New York City.
Tony Chambers, Editor-in-Chief Wallpaper* Magazine Tony joined Wallpaper* as Creative Director in January 2003. He was appointed Editor-In-Chief in March 2007
Diane Smyth is the deputy editor of the British Journal of Photography, and has also written on photography for Aperture, PDN, Creative Review, Philosophy of Photography, Photomonitor, guardian.co.uk and thetimes.co.uk.
In 1978 Ian Shepherd first studied art and photography at the Southend College of Art and then at the LCP in London.
Emma Bowkett is photo editor of the Financial Times FT Weekend Magazine. Prior to this she worked as first assistant to a London photographer.