The Design Museum's mission is to celebrate, entertain and inform. It is the world's leading museum devoted to contemporary design in every form from furniture to fashion, and architecture to graphics. It is working to place design at the centre of contemporary culture and demonstrates both the richness of the creativity to be found in all forms of design, and its importance.
Linda Murphy is a journalist-turned-wine-writer, based in California. She is the former wine section editor of the San Francisco Chronicle, where she won two James Beard Awards, and was the managing editor of the New York Times' Wine Today.com. She contributes to www.JancisRobinson.com, Decanter magazine, and several other publications, and judges wine competitions through the USA. Based in Sonoma, she continually travels around the USA to taste the ever-widening range of American wines and meet their makers.
Susan Mumford is a fully qualified massage practitioner and aromatherapist in practice in London since 1987. She is the author of A Complete Guide to Massage and Sensual Massage.
Jenni Muir is a freelance food journalist, critic and consultant working with some of the UK's most esteemed cultural venues. The former editor of Time Out London Eating & Drinking Guide, her work has appeared in a wide range of publications including the Sunday Times, The Independent, Country Living, Marie Claire and BBC Good Food. Jenni has edited books for many esteemed chefs and food writers and her own book A Cook's Guide to Grains was nominated for the Glenfiddich, André Simon and World Gourmand Cookbook Awards. Her luxury travel guide The Guest List featured on Richard & Judy's Book Club as one of their top Christmas gift choices. She is based in London and Bath but returns frequently to her native Australia.
Tony Mott has been playing video games since 1975, and has worked in the fields of video game art, production and, most prolifically, journalism. He is the editor-in-chief of internationally renowned video game magazine Edge.
Kate Moseley creates recipes and features for popular magazines, cookery books, and radio and TV in her role as a home economist, food writer, and food stylist. She is passionate about encouraging others to enjoy good food and drink.
Living and breathing everything to do with the home, Megan Morton has been called on to style, design and work her 'house whispering' powers for celebrities, magazines and her next-door neighbours. Her work has been featured on the covers of international glossies including Elle Decoration UK and Vanity Fair. Locally, her clients include Vogue Living, In Style and Inside Out magazines. Her column for the 'Good Weekend' magazine in the Sydney Morning Herald and The Age inspired her first book, Home Love. When she's not dressing homes and styling mantelpieces, Megan works creating 'luxury atmospheres' for special occasions and dreams up beautiful rooms that make people obscenely happy. She also has a school where she teaches, along with other inspired people, the tricks of the trade - theschool.com.au
John Morrison is a former racing driver with over 50 years' experience of racing, including winning the Daytona 24 and competing in Le Mans 24-Hour race. Sinceretiring as a driver, he has worked at major supercar manufacturers, including Bugatti, Porsche, Ferrari, Lamborghini, Pagani and McLaren Cars.
Ian Morrison is a sports statistics fanatic, compiling records since 1956 and writing or co-writing over 80 sports titles ranging from snooker to American football. Ian is the author of The Hamlyn Encyclopedia of Soccer.Location: Mallorca, Spain.
Desmond Morris is an internationally renowned zoologist, prolific writer and broadcaster. His pioneering and influential work in the study of human and animal behaviour, together with his gift for communicating ideas and information, have made him the man most responsible for popularizing these subjects. He is the author of many bestselling books on human andanimal behaviour, including The Naked Ape, Manwatching and Babywatching. Baby has appeared in 29 languages worldwide.
Kate Morris and Sally Brown are co-devisors with Endemol of the 'i can cook'series. Kate Morris is a former journalist and qualified home economist. Kate andSally now work as food consultants and run The Purple Kitchen, a kids' cookeryschool where they have discovered firsthand how best to teach children aboutfood and cooking. Martyn Cox is a gardening writer and journalist, whose previous books include RHS Wildlife Garden.
Originally from Dublin, Charles Moriarty is a London-based photographer. He has worked with Amy Winehouse, Damon Albarn, Vice magazine, the Tate, Diesel and many more.
Teresa Moorey has written many books on personal growth, self-help, psychic powers and esoteric wisdom. She is the author of Working with Psychic Protection, Working with Hypnotherapy, Your Crystal Code and The Fairy Bible.
Saiphin grew up on a mountain farm in Khao Kho, Northern Thailand, where she learned to cook with ingredients brought straight from field to wok. When she was 20, Saiphin moved to Hong Kong as a nanny where she spent the next 18 years cooking endless family meals and dinner parties, fitting catering jobs around her babysitting duties. Shortly after meeting Alex in 2001, she set up her own Thai takeaway and later a sit-down restaurant named Tuk Tuk Thai. The pair lived in Hong Kong for 6 years, before selling the restaurant and moving to London together in 2006.Rosa's Thai CafeFounded by Anglo-Thai husband and wife team Alex and Saiphin Moore, Rosa's is a Thai café group that has grown from a street-food stall in Brick Lane in 2008 to 11 London restaurants (Soho, Spitalfields, Angel, Carnaby Street, Islington, Brixton, Chelsea, Victoria, London Fields, West Hampstead & Stratford) today.
Author Alannah Moore leads a double life between Paris and London. When she's not prying into the lives of artists or kitchen-table business owners, she might be found cracking open a bottle of Menetou-Salon, rustling up an Indonesian curry or strolling leisurely along the Seine with her Cavalier King Charles. She discovered her skills for talent spotting when researching the world's best web designers for her first book Create Your Own Website Using WordPress in a Weekend. Alannah's website is at www.alannahmoore.com
François Monti is a journalist specialising in drinks and cocktails, based in Madrid. He is the author of a number of books, including Prohibitions, and writes a highly regarded blog, Bottoms Up.
Yoshifumi Miyazaki is a university professor, researcher and the deputy director of Chiba University's Centre for Environment, Health and Field Sciences. He has published several books on the effects and benefits of forest therapy, and the concept is spreading with dozens of forest therapy centres now in existence and growing in Japan. In 2000 Professor Miyazaki received the Agriculture, Forestry, and Fisheries Minister Award for clarifying the health benefits of wood and shinrin yoku, and later an award from the Japan Society of Physiological Anthropology in 2007.
Alex Mitchell studied at the Chelsea Physic Garden. She has a weekly column in the Evening Standard and writes regularly for magazines and newspapers, including the Sunday Telegraph and Gardener's World magazine. She is the author of The Edible Balcony (2010), The Rurbanite (2013) and Gardening on a Shoestring (2015), published by Kyle Books.
Judith Miller began collecting in the 1960s while a student at Edinburgh University in Scotland. She has since extended and reinforced her knowledge of antiques through international research, becoming one of the world's leading experts in the field. In 1979 she co-founded the international best-seller Miller's Antiques Price Guide and has since written more than 100 books which are held in high regard by collectors and dealers.Judith Miller appears regularly on TV and radio. She is an expert on the BBC's Antiques Roadshow and has co-hosted the popular BBC series The House Detectives, ITV's Antiques Trail, and Discovery's It's Your Bid. She has appeared on The Martha Stewart Show and CNN. She is a regular lecturer and contributor to numerous newspapers and magazines, including the Financial Times, the Daily Telegraph, BBC Homes & Antiques and House & Garden. She has lectured extensively, including at the V&A in London and the Smithsonian in Washington.
Carlos Miller, an authority on the relationship between the law and photography, is a multimedia journalist whose first-hand experience of the police and legal system motivated him to set up the massively successful blog Photography is Not a Crime. His work has since appeared in USA Today, The New York Times, The Washington Post, Fox News, BoingBoing and Playboy Magazine, and he has written about his work for the Columbia Journalism Review.