Artist & Founder
Andrew is a sculptor, illustrator, set designer, environmentalist and creator of The Colour Of Water collective. After making a conscious decision to work with sustainable materials it has become the framework of his profession and a passion to empower others to do the same.
NJIDE MACGREGOR Content consultant & Founder
Founder of The Good Content Group, Njide’s ability to create proven brand growth methods online and impactful marketing strategies has seen her directing campaigns for Net-A-Porter, Diesel, Zalando and Made.com to name a few. When it comes to how brands maximise both popularity and revenue online, Njide possesses a different level of knowhow and intuition.
KRISHNA MACHADO Production & Event designer
After graduating from UAL Wimbledon with a Fine Art Painting degree, Krishna has developed a keen interest in event design and environmentalism, putting Art at the very frontier of human experience and change.
DONALD SHEK Digital designer
Cultural origins are at the core of Donald’s practice as a Digital Artist, with focus on the effects of urban environments on our subconscious.
The blurry realm between the digital world and our perception of reality. His work is made both to document current thought processes and to make the viewer question the ideas of origins.
JASPER WHITE Photographer
An award winning photographer featured in Creative Review, and the American Photography Awards to name but a few.
The relationship between people, territory, how boundaries are defined and the human condition is at the source of Jasper’s work
A musical nomad heavily influenced by Hip-Hop, Reggae and R&B, he spends his time between professional rugby sevens, teaching and music production. With a rich family history in music, Antony continues to craft his own style within one of the most powerful and competitive arena’s of the creative industry.
Since graduating in Ceramic Design at Central Saint Martins, Srabani has developed into an accomplished design practitioner. Her work redress’ popular perspectives of the everyday by pushing the boundaries of material possibilities. For Srabani, innovation through collaboration across craft and material disciplines lies at the heart of her creative endeavours.
Marcus is currently positioned as supply chain risk officer at UNOPS head office in Copenhagen, working on the development of a framework for supplier due diligence and compliance, human rights, ethical conduct, and environmental responsibility.