Caroline Gervay is half-French, half-Vietnamese and based in London where she graduated from Westminster University with a BA (Hons) in Photographic Arts in 2010. Her work explores the boundaries of imagination generated by human struggles. She has lived in France and Spain and now works as a freelancer and specialises in analogue processes.
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.
Ben is an artist and graphic designer. He resides in Hackney Wick, London where he runs his own personal practice, the creative partnership 'Booth/Kelly' with designer John Booth and 'Hackney Wick Life Drawing' alongside fellow artist Ben Wakeling. His work has featured in multiple group exhibitions and in March 2019 had his first solo exhibition at Stour Space Gallery.
Elinor Portnoy is a London based product designer with a focus on materials and crafting methods. She grew up in Tel Aviv, Israel, but moved to London, to earn her MA from the Royal College of Art. Since graduation she's been working as a product designer for various companies in the creative industry while making, selling and exhibiting her own work at prominent galleries and design stores.