Jane Wildgoose is an artist, writer, and Keeper of her own collection, The Wildgoose Library. She teaches on the MA Museums & Galleries course at Kingston University, where her practice-based PhD research focuses on collection and interpretation of human skulls and hair in late Victorian London. [more]

Julie McKee is a vocalist and songwriter who uses a visual eye to draw characters and stories in song. A classically trained pianist with a Masters in voice from the Guildhall School of Music & Drama, she has performed across the UK and in the US with some of the country’s finest musicians. [more]

Luce Choules uses a trans-media approach to investigate earth systems, in particular the movement and behaviour of animate and inanimate objects. Through experiential and embodied fieldwork methods she monitors erratic changes in landscape, her work probing collapsing structures and systems in nature contributing to a wider discussion on instability and environmental change. She is a Fellow of the Royal Geographical Society (with IBG). [more]

Lucy Steggals is a visual artist concerned with the construction of new and/or personal narratives. She is interested in exploring site/situation specific work and in developing projects working directly with people. Her sources range from found objects or images, the everyday and the playful. Whether drawn from popular culture, souvenirs, everyday ephemera, history, mythology or the environment. [more]

Matilda Leyser as a writer: she began thinking she would write non-fiction but found to her surprise that she couldn’t write a true word, or rather that her truths came out in the form of huge lies. She writes fantastical fictions, describing strange worlds, mythical figures, crazy happenings. [more]

Ruth O’Callaghan holds the prestigious Hawthornden Fellowship, is a mentor, reviewer, interviewer, tutors courses both in the U.K. and abroad, is an adjudicator of international poetry competitions and a judge of Art by Offenders for the Koestler Trust. [more]