Tanya Nagar originally emerged in the wave of new photographers brought to the world by DeviantArt, an art-display site launched at he turn of the century and where her many fans knew her as Tanya-N. Her first book, The New Street Photographer's Manifesto, has been translated into numerous languages.Her award-winning work has been globally published across media including the BBC, CNN, The Londonist, and seen at the Satchi Gallery, nearly all of it captured with her beloved 50mm lens.
Martyn was first inspired to cook by his grandmother and was baking his own cakes by the age of eight. He earned his catering diploma from Highbury College in 1986, top in his field with distinction. Two years later, Martyn started work at Claridge's as Third Commis Chef under Maître Chef des Cuisines Marjan Lesnik and later under John Williams. Over the years Martyn rose through the ranks to become the hotel's highly respected Executive Chef in 2004. Under Martyn's direction, Claridge's iconic afternoon tea won the British Tea Guild Best Afternoon Tea award twice. Martyn has worked tirelessly to make the Claridge's Foyer and Reading Room into one of London's most happening venues for lunch and dinner. Discover more about Claridge's on Instagram @claridgeshotel, Twitter @ClaridgesHotel and at www.claridges.co.uk
One of Scotland's most exciting cookery talents and entirely self-taught, Nick Nairn became the youngest chef to win a Michelin star in Scotland. Creator of several restaurants and one of the world's leading cook schools, he is also a popular TV presenter and writer - he was one of the four finalists on Great British Menu and cooked for the Queen's 80th birthday celebrations. He has written a number of successful books (with sales totalling over half a million), including three books to accompany his BBC TV series Wild Harvest, Wild Harvest 2, and Island Harvest, the best-selling Top 100 Salmon Recipes and most recently Fish 'N' Tips.
Robyn Neild is a freelance illustrator. She has worked with fashion designers such as Vivienne Westwood and Patrick Cox, and has contributed artwork to numerous magazines ranging from Vogue and Elle, to Harpers & Queen.
Ophélie Neiman is the author of the wine blog Miss GlouGlou. Hosted on the LeMonde website, it's one of the most popular wine blogs in France. Wine: it's not rocket science is her first book, and has been translated into 11 languages. Ophélie lives in France.
Tim Newbury runs his own landscape design and construction business. He has won four gold medals at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show and has written several very successful books including The Ultimate Garden Designer and Small Garden Design Bible.
Jacky Newcomb is the UK's leading angel expert and a bestselling author. Her books include Angel Secrets, An Angel Held My Hand, An Angel By My Side, An Angel Saved My Life and Angels Watching Over Me. She has her own column as mystical agony aunt 'Dear Angel Lady' for the UK's CHAT - It's Fate magazine and has made many TV appearances including ITV's This Morning and The Lorraine Kelly Show. For more details visit: www.jackynewcomb.com
Steve Newell is an experienced golf writer who over the last 15 years has worked with many of the world's leading players and teachers. As well as being the instruction editor at Golf World for over 10 years, he has written many golf books, including How to Build a Classic Golf Swing and The Complete Short Game, both with double US Open champion Ernie Els.
Writer Chas Newkey-Burden is the author of over 30 books including Great Email Disasters and a best-selling biography of Amy Winehouse. His magazine work has included interviewing celebrities like David Beckham and Ricky Gervais.
Hattie Newman has earned an international reputation for her inimitable creations in the field of set design and papercraft. Found in advertisements, animations, physical spaces and books, her colourful work is loved by children, publishers and photographers alike. Hattie has directed a number of playful short films and animations, in which her wonderful paper sculptures magically come to life - most recently in a Christmas TV Commercial for the fashion brand, Lacoste. Although based at her London studio, projects regularly call Hattie away to work in New York, Paris, Valencia, Milan and other places far from her original home of Devon, England. Her clients include Lacoste, TFL, NSPCC, The Guardian, Honda, Canon and John Lewis. As well as practicing commercially, Hattie is also active in design education, giving frequent talks and workshops to adults, students and children. Recent guest lectures include Brief Design Festival in Madrid, Papier Hier in Amsterdam and Beyonderground Festival in Belgium. In the UK, Hattie is a guest lecturer at the University of the West of England, where she gained her first class degree in Illustration in 2008.Exhibitions showcasing Hattie's work include Pick Me Up in Somerset House, London, The Paper Convention in Sydney and The Paper Cut Festival in Amsterdam.hattienewman.co.uk @hattienewman
Alex Newson is a curator at the Design Museum in London and a keen cycling enthusiast. He has worked with a number of cycling's most celebrated names and manufacturers, including Chris Boardman, Bob Haro, Graeme Obree, Team Sky, Pinarello, Colnago, Trek, Santa Cruz and Felt.
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Yan Yan Candy Ng is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Melbourne, Australia. Her work is often described as whimsical and is filled with inspiration from nature, her adventures and her imagination.www.thoughtscometrue.com
Janni Nicol is the Early Childhood Representative of the Steiner Waldorf Schools Fellowship, early childhood consultant, puppeteer and storyteller. Along with Christopher Clouder she wrote Creative Play for your Baby for Gaia. Location: Cambridge
David Nightingale is an instructor for the Perfect Picture School of Photography in the United States, running the successful online course Unleashing the Power of High Dynamic Range (HDR) Images. He is the director of Chromasia Training, a company specialising in all aspects of photographic training and post-production, and a regular contributor to Digital SLR User magazine.
Clare Nolan was the lifestyle editor of the Mail on Sunday's YOU Magazine. Her work has also appeared in both the Saturday Telegraph and the Sunday Times magazines. She is the author of Making a House Your Home (Kyle Books). @clarenolanuk
A worthy supporter of the marijuana cause since high tops were in fashion, Dane is an avid chef with a love of music and enjoys nothing more than taking his followers on a journey through mouth and mind. He wants to invade Guernsey.
Rachel Noonan is the daughter of David and Jill Wright - this is the first book that she has co-authored. She lives in Norwich, Norfolk.
Joanna Nylund was born and raised in Finland, where she started her writing career doing music reviews for a local magazine at age 15. After studying English literature at university and living in the UK for a few years, she has been working as a translator, journalist, copywriter and photographer. She resides in Helsinki with her husband.Aside from writing for Finnish newspapers and magazines on topics of culture, literature and history, Joanna is a regular contributor to ThisIsFinland, the Finnish Foreign Ministry's portal on all things Finnish, and SCAN Magazine. She has to rustle up a bit more sisu whenever cold autumn winds begin beating the Helsinki shoreline where she goes running, but secretly enjoys the challenge.Find out more about Joanna on Instagram @joannaulfsdotter, Facebook @joanna.nylund or her website and blog at www.joannaulfsdotter.com.