Ailsa Sutcliffe is our photographer and designer. Since graduating from the Glasgow School of Art in 2014 she has worked with Project Ability, Glasgow Women's Library, Glasgow Museums and Impact Arts running workshops and art classes for both adults and children. She has spent the last year working with vulnerable children with autism and challenging behaviour and is soon to begin a masters in Educational Studies, hoping to develop her skill set in community education and provide creative alternatives to traditional collegiate environments to suit every learner.
Alice Dansey Wright is an artist and designer based in Glasgow. She paints murals and delivers public art projects inspired by the body, fashion design and textiles. Themes in her work include accessibility, empowerment and collaboration. Alice regularly works with other designers and brands to make products. Recent partnerships include: Made in Glasgow by Local Heroes and SQUINT clothing X Alice Dansey-Wright.
Alice Gray is a yoga teacher currently based in Glasgow. She teaches a slow but strong flow that balances both strength with freedom and effort with ease, and is extremely proud to be an ambassador for lululemon, a brand that does much for global communities. Recently she completed an MSc in Psychology at the University of Glasgow as part of her ongoing interest in the unity of science with spirituality.
Emer Tumilty is an artist and illustrator from Northern Ireland, now based in Glasgow. With a background in Architecture and Visual Communication, her work draws inspiration from the built environment, the playfulness of Postmodern design and the mathematical compositions of Russian Constructivism. She uses bold colour combinations and simple geometric forms, working across a wide range of projects from illustration and printmaking to murals, installation and set design.
Hyperion Nyx is a performance artist and social challenger who aims to create innovative multi-cross work that defies the boundaries of theatre, performance art and visual art. Allowing the audience to be part of the project as viewers and explorers, he prefers to describe his work as immersive experiences. His multi-disciplinary practice is inspired from real and unreal life using mediums such as contemporary dance, visual media, spoken words, visual theatre and boylesque.
Malimoria is a creator of cosplay photography, computer game graphics and fantasy inspired fashion.
Miss Hell's Belle is an International Burlesque performer based in Glasgow, Scotland. Nominated for 'Best Debut' at Miss Exotic World 2010. Producer & Director of The Gatsby Club, Scotland's largest 1920's themed cabaret and club night. Her performances are is a heady mixture of sweetness and sensuality but with a very wicked side.
Nänni-pää (Daisy Mulholland) is a illustrator, graphic designer, embroiderer, animator and photographer based in Glasgow. Her work aims to challenge the current ideals of female sexuality by lending another voice to promote the freedom of creative expression.
Sarah McWhinney is a Glasgow based visual artist and collaborative musician, who also creates sounds as Swampy Cello.