Nigel Howlett lives and works in London. He has developed a graphite cartoony style of drawing which references early Disney movies and painters such as the American artist Peter Saul. Howlett depicts hairy characters, acting out scenarios that reflect familiar social anxieties and conditions. Always humorous and sometimes sinister, common themes in the work include our obsession with technology and our relationship with social media.
Nigel also runs a set design practice working with clients which include the BBC, channel 4, Issey Miyake and Nike. In 2015 he co-founded Nan Studios, a Photographic and creative studio in Clapton East London.
Genevieve Lutkin is an artist based in London and graduate from the Royal College of Art Moving Image and Photography MA programmes. Working in photography and moving image, her work has been exhibited at galleries such as TATE Modern, Mimar Sinan Contemporary Art Museum Istanbul, Pump House Gallery London, Focal Point Gallery Southend and screened at festivals such as UnderWire Film Festival and Alchemy Moving Image Festival. She has also been involved with the Tomma Rum artist residency in Skellefteå, Sweden and has presented research examining ‘The Uncanny’ within moving image at the Academy of Finland and Finnish Anthropological Society interdisciplinary conference in Helsinki, Finland.
Jessica Sarah Rinland is a filmmaker based south of London. She also works part-time as a projectionist in the city. Her work has been broadcasted, exhibited and screened at various film festivals including NYFF, BFI London Film Festival, International Film Festival Rotterdam, Ann Arbor Film Festival, Bloomberg New Contemporaries 2011 and a collaborative screening with Jonas Mekas at Curzon Soho Cinema in London.
Simone Brewster is a designer and artist with over a decade's experience working across the fields of spatial design, furniture and objects. Her collections explore ‘intimate architectures’- creating objects and spaces that utilise architectural principals throughout.
Although a part time university lecturer, she considers herself a constant student.
Elisa is a Milan-born fashion/design writer, digital content creator and Editor In Chief/co-founder of Sali e Tabacchi Journal. She moved to London in September 2014 for a foundation year at Condè Nast College of Fashion and Design. Since then, she has interned at J.J. Martin's LaDoubleJ.com, Nowness, British Vogue and Wallpaper* Magazine, has been published by British Vogue and Wallpaper* Magazine and contributes to Corriere Della Sera's Design Magazine, Living. She has now graduated Fashion Journalism at London College of Fashion and collaborating with creatives across different countries.