Sarah heads up artistic production at The Brooklyn Brothers. Recently she has worked with the likes of Nick Knight for Land Rover, Niall O'Brien for Sky and Ellen von Unwerth for Breakthrough Breast Cancer. Previously, she was head of art buying at Fallon London. Sarah has also curated exhibitions independently and in conjunction with London-based galleries, showcasing new and existing talent, and collaborated with a vast range of artists.
As creative director of Frost Design, London and then, from 2005, co-founder of Studio8 Design, Matt Willey has worked on a wide variety of projects, including exhibition design, signage, corporate literature and brand identities. He is a founder and creative director of Port magazine. Willey's extensive magazine design experience also encompasses Zembla, Elephant, the New York Times Magazine, Wired and New York.
Becky Smith is one of the most in-demand art directors in Britain. Head-hunted by Vogue out of her graduate show in 1998, she spent seven years there before branching off to experience other international titles including, i-D Magazine, Harper's Bazaar, Ten Magazine, Elle and Wallpaper.
In 2004, she founded Lula magazine while, in November 2009, Becky founded and launched Twin magazine, a hard backed biannual art and fashion style book. She also lectures graphic design students at the Chelsea College of Art & Design and Shillington College and is an art director for the digital agency AKQA, working on campaigns for Nike Sportswear, Lancome, Burberry and Forevermark.