Grant Holden is a Scottish filmmaker specialising in stop-motion animation. His work tends to focus on character-driven storytelling set within mundane scenarios. His work has been shown locally in Edinburgh, publicised nationally on BBC Radio 5 Live’s ‘Kermode and Mayo’s Film Review Show’, and screened internationally at several animation festivals.
Hannah Kelly is an artist and writer living in Edinburgh. She has published her short stories and illustrations in magazines in the UK and America. She is currently writing and illustrating a novel for young teenagers.
Liam Rotheram is chiefly an Illustrator (versed in all visual fields), and a fan of the peculiar stories your friends said they dreamt last night. His illustrative language has an uncanny normality, depicting daily lives, mixed with that special something. A pinch of stretched limbs, a dash of impossible angles.
Mr Ekow is a Croydon-based Hip Hop artist, with a style that simultaneously calls back to the golden era, whilst bringing something fresh and new to the plate.
Since 2015, Glasgow-based electronic outfit Tongues have been capturing audiences with hook-laden, anthemic, and visually immersive live shows. Drawing on electronic, alternative and synth-pop influences, their music has been compared to Alt-J, Hot Chip, MGMT and Caribou.
Film Producer at Blue Hippo Media and One Small Barking Dog. CEO of Producers Forum. Lecturer MA film distribution and marketing.
Poet and author with an affinity for the quirky and the mythical. She studied creative writing at Emory University and the University of Edinburgh and now writes to raise the dead, among other things.
Samuel John Butt is a photographic artist whose work has been featured on the pages of i-D magazine, used as album artwork by Michael Kiwanuka and hung on the walls of a small selection of galleries in East London. He’s currently working on a series of experimental floral images and learning to write poetry.