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  • Tolga Aktas is a conservation biologist, writer and environmental photojournalist.  We caught up with him on his work, his favourite Yogi shoes and...
  • Rob Rouse is from Mansfield and trained as a geography teacher before getting into comedy. After realising that teaching wasn't for him, he moved to London to pursue a career in stand-up. He won Channel Four's 'So You Think You're Funny' at the Edinburgh Festival in 1998. He is now performs to major venues across the country.
  • Helen Rutter has appeared on screens and stages, but has recently turned her hand to writing. Her first book, The Boy who Made Everyone Laugh, was released this month in the UK. It's a children's book inspired by her son's stammer and she wrote it to encourage other children who feel unheard to find their voice.
  • We chat with Anastasia Stylianou, an internationally renowned hairstylist who specialises in curly hair. She has worked with some of the biggest na...
  • We speak with Rhys Frampton, a fashion and portrait photographer based in London. He has worked with the world's most renowned fashion magazines, such as Vogue, British GQ and Grazia. He has also worked with a number of brands to create exciting, playful images for campaigns, including Nike, Universal Music and Marks & Spencer's.
  • Brian Cannon is a British graphic designer, art director, photographer, band manager and music video director. He founded Microdot Creative, a graphic design agency known for creating some of the most seminal album art of the 90s, including Oasis' Definitely Maybe in 1994. 
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