• Garry Hunter

    Garry Hunter

    The son of a coal miner and a chemist, Garry Hunter studied engineering, not art, in his home town of South Shields. Working in photography on assignments worldwide, from Apple in Vegas to the UN in Zinder, he gained major awards in London, LA and New York. Collaboration is key, whether working with residents of the housing estate where he grew up or as visiting artist at Roskilde University, Denmark. He contributed to The Centre For London paper on creative uses of the high street that fed into Mayoral policy from 2021.

  • Graham Carrick

    Graham Carrick

    Born in North East England in 1974 Graham Carrick is an internationally exhibited painter with two decades of experience in project management, curation and production. Graham’s innovative approach develops extraordinary partnerships, from Montréal to Brighton, exhibiting in shop windows and music festivals. He is interested in offering alternative forms of communication and expression to those struggling to have their voices heard, nurturing from concept to completion, inventive projects to achieve inclusivity.

  • Lucy Williams

    Lucy Williams

    Lucy Williams is a practising fine artist with long involvement facilitating art projects and in mentoring other artists. A graduate of London’s St Martin’s School of Art, she has exhibited nationally and internationally. Her photography and video work challenges the viewer and aims to explore new forms, evidenced in a large body of collage work and most recently in her pinhole videos. She completed her practice-based Doctorate on lens-less imagery at the University of the West of England in 2020.

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