Justin Quinnell is one of the world's leading pinhole photographers who is known for his experimental and dramatic work (www.pinholephotography.org). He regularly exhibits his images internationally, and teaches photographic techniques at universities throughout the UK. He was also the Pinhole Photography Consultant on the feature film, The Brothers Bloom, starring Rachel Weisz.
Susan Quilliam is a relationships expert with over 35 years' experience in offering support through her work as a writer, coach, trainer, consultant and commentator. She once said in passing that the high point of her work would be to rewrite "The Joy of Sex" for the 21st century, and therefore felt beyond privileged when, in 2008, Mitchell Beazley asked her to do just that!Susan works closely with Relate and the Family Planning Association, as well as sitting on the Advisory Board of the Sexual Advice Association and the Council for Sexuality and Sexual Health for the Royal Society of Medicine. She is also one of the Family Planning Association's designated 21st Century Achievers, UK Dating Expert of the year 2015, an Ambassador for Relate Cambridge and a Patron of the Outsiders charity which campaigns for sexual rights for the less-abled.When not writing books, Susan coaches individuals and couples on relationships and sexuality, designs and presents relationship courses for the global organisation The School of Life, is advice columnist for Fabulous magazine, and broadcasts on radio and television.
Harriet Quick is an award-winning journalist, editor and author. She is a Contributing Editor to British Vogue and previously Fashion Features Director (2000-12) and Editor of Frank magazine (1998-2000) Harriet has worked in the fashion and design arena for 20 years. She won the prestigious Vogue Writing Talent Award and the Guardian/Jackie Moore Award and now contributes to a wealth of global titles including Vogue in the UK and China, Modern Weekly, WSJ Magazine, Love, Modern Weekly, the Financial Times and Wallpaper*. Harriet is the author of Catwalking: A History of the Fashion Model (Hamlyn 1996), Richard Prince (Sadie Coles Gallery 2003) and contributed to Sample (Phaidon 2006) and London Uprising (Phaidon 2017). Harriet works as editor-at-large for Lane Crawford and copywriter for brands including Chanel, Holland & Holland, Ochre and Manhattan Loft Corporation.
Maria Qamar, otherwise known as Hatecopy (@hatecopy) is an artist living and working in Toronto. She was raised a first generation Canadian in a traditional South Asian home where a job in the arts was typically looked down upon as an "unstable career path." Soon after realizing there was no other option, she fought to pursue the arts anyway and started her Instagram account Hatecopy (63k followers) in February 2015, illustrating the hilarious insights of diaspora culture and the significance of Aunties in Indian culture.