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Gabi Mulder

Photographer & Creative Director

New York

Australian photographer and creative director.
Growing up on Australia’s pristine coastline has allowed me to form an earthy, fresh and clean approach to photography and design. Successful freelancing across Australia and abroad has enabled me to develop a well-trained eye for attention to detail. My natural approach to creativity, strong appreciation for the female form, and ability to capture the casual magic in the every-day, has led me to work alongside some of the world’s largest brands, including Topshop, Samsung, Expedia Travel, ASOS and Air Asia. With a significant web presence and following of over thirty thousand, I have extensive experience in influencer marketing and content creation for brands across a large range of industries. I specialize in the areas of fashion, lifestyle and travel; however, my curious spirit enables my work to adapt to any industry or project. Along with photography, styling and creative direction, I have extensive experience in social media management, video production, and project management.



I am a conservator, from Florence, Italy specialized in sculpture. I am currently looking for a job in England. My preference is working in an art gallery. I am of Russian origin, I speak fluently: English, Italian and Hebrew.
Elin Sjovik

Designer and Tailor


I am a freshly graduate student from the BA Bespoke Tailoring course at London College of Fashion. I specialise in contemporary women’s tailoring, and use an artistic approach to my work with the help of traditional tailoring techniques as a foundation.
I got striking skills in hand sewing, and wide range knowledge of embroidery stitches, which I use for manipulations and surface texture of my garments. I also got strong skills in understanding body proportion which is shown trough my pattern drafting and cutting. As I think to be able to understand different silhouettes is of high importance when I create a garment.
Bryony Wylie

Mixed media artist and designer


I am a Mixed Media Artist and Fashion Designer living in London UK. I originally specialized in 3D Design, often using recycled materials in my work. This led me into Accessory Design and Set Design. I since have specialized in Fashion and Textile Design.
I have extensive work experience in Sales, Creative Marketing and Promotions, and the combination of this varied experience and skills brought me to my current position in visual merchandising and freelance artistic work. I am looking for creative work to help me gain more industry experience, and to help me fund my start up Streetwear and Costume brand- G.C.P. My website is currently under construction but you can view some examples of my work on social media here: Please feel free to email me if you would like to view a portfolio selection, hire me, commission or collaborate!
Alvarenga Marques

Independent Visual Artist


ALVARENGA MARQUES (Al.Ma.) is a Portuguese artist who was born in Mozambique, where she spent her childhood. Actually she lives and works at Porto, in the north of Portugal, divided between teaching and plastic creation.
AlMa took her Licentiate Degree in Painting at FBAUP (University of Fine Arts of Porto). Alma comes from a generation of artists that has chosen, facing a saturated visual world, the appropriation and recycling of several images from varied sources, for the last twenty, thirty years. Yet, her inclusion in this group is controversial, since instead of the usual method of unconditional stealing of references, historic quotations and the respective recycling giving rise to a scattering of the meaning, her case has been revealing a restricted idiosyncratic orientation. That Alma wants us to be enraptured by this childhood world seems to be, in the very act, her aim. Though it clearly shows, at first sight, a good imitation of the compulsory childish trend to write and paint on inappropriate surfaces, the author’s vandalism, only apparently innocent, goes obviously even farther. In this fluid, transparent and theatrical space, an interaction of mutual influence, either graphic or plastic, reveals itself – between the background pulsation (staging reality) and the overlapped drawings ( paradigmatic of the childish imaginary). From this agitation an expressive strength of a nostalgic, metaphysic and a kind of lost time atmosphere appears.
Lane Last



I prefer artworks to words.
Irina Minervino

Art Advisor


Herewith I am seeking for professional opportunities working as a private or institutional art advisor, collection manager for a family office or HNWI, gallery/art institution manager.
For the past ten years my London-based career has been focused on business development, client services and art consultancy. Prior to establishing my art consultancy two years ago, I worked for eight years at a leading art-auction house, specialising in Russian art, and I worked my way up from intern (Christie’s) to Associate Director (MacDougall’s). Within the scope of my professional experiences, I have been responsible for researching, cataloguing, exhibiting and selling works of art both within an auction setting and privately. I actively participated in staff training and recruitment for the auction, planning and curating exhibitions and client events, as well as extensive travel to art fairs and client-facing valuation trips as part of the business development efforts in Russia, CIS, Europe and USA. From running my own art advisory to managing an entrepreneurial (start-up style) auction house for the past 8 years, I have a broad set of experiences that demanded of me to absorb and adapt quickly to different jobs, to be a confident and mature self-starter, exercise excellent judgement and analytical skills, communicate well verbally, visually and in writing, as well as to be a great team player. My passion lays in forming of the art collections that reflect client’s individual interests, taste and character. I am truly happy when I am able to pair an exquisite work of art with its beholder, shaping family heritage and simply bringing joy through art. Many thanks for your time and consideration. Sincerely, Irina Minervino
Freya Wynn-Jones

Director, Singer and Maker


Freya Wynn-Jones is a director and singer working across a wide range of professional and community settings. Freya works on numerous collaborations to write, compose and devise new work and find contemporary resonance in long-standing repertoire.
Recent projects include directing the world premier of hunger (Lilian Baylis House, 2017), alongside Helios Collective and English National Opera; working with ENO’s Youth Company in Towards Another World (Victoria & Albert Museum, 2017) and Youth Company performances culminating at Lilian Baylis House including Threads of The Past (2017) The Marigold That Goes To Bed With The Sun (2017) and Speak Some Truth (2016). She also works with The Royal Opera House’s Participation team and recently directed an abridged Boheme performed at The Curve in Leicester as part of the Opera Exposed program. Freya was also involved in bringing Hospital Passion Play to the V&A with Garsington Opera as well as directing Tchaikovsky And The Marvellous Kingdom with Aurora Orchestra as part of their Far Far Away series (Kings Place, 2017). In 2018 she will be creating new work for Spitalfields as part of their Open Call Program. She also explores making new work alongside her company the Voicings Collective. More information about her work can be found at At the heart of her work is truthful storytelling and a desire to test how the voice, in all its forms, can enhance the theatrical experience and connection.