I am an illustrator and story-teller currently based in Bristol, UK.
"Jayde Perkin is a thoughtful storyteller who uses paint not just to elevate or decorate a story, but to inject it with a personal sense of emotion and feeling. Many contemporary illustrations pop or punch with colour, but Perkin does something else: she creates a visual dialogue with the words of an author, adding not just a different perspective to a text, but infusing it with an intense atmosphere of personal expression." - AIGA Eye On Design
Owen Gent is an award winning Illustrator based in Bristol in the South West of England.
Owen also writes, directs and illustrates as one half of Uncle Ginger animation studio, and is represented in France and Canada by Colagene Creative Clinic
Matthew Broadhead is a British photographer based in Southwest England.
In July 2016, he graduated from the BA (Hons) Photography program at the University of Brighton and has since gained sustained recognition for his ongoing body of work A Space for Humans: The Moon on Earth (formerly titled Heimr). A Space for Humans was featured in the July 2016 edition of The British Journal of Photography, December 2017 issue of Wallpaper*, The Exposed Issue 2 and Fisheye Vol. 1. He has also been selected as a winner for awards from Magnum, Photoworks, and Organ Vida.
Broadhead’s practice entails an engagement with photography as a critical medium and explores the conjunctions between different subjects; notably geology, anthropology, history, and mythology. His research in these areas is meant to change how he interacts with subjects in different contexts in addition to his recording methodology. Operating at the intersection between documentary and conceptual art, he creates fictional bodies of work based on factual source material.
Dave Bain is a Bristol illustrator who creates engaging and inspirational images that imaginatively capture the message and identity of a given brief. Drawing on a love of colour and screen-printing processes his clients now include Nokia, NSPCC, the BBC and Oxford University Press.