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Abigail Ahern is an influential tastemaker who has redefined the visual landscape with her unique style and bold approach. Her trendsetting designs are synonymous with glamour, eclecticism and wit. In 2015, she launched her Abigail Ahern own-label collection, available worldwide as well as the Abigail Ahern London store. She is the author of the best-selling Everything and a guest judge on Interior Design Masters with Alan Carr (BBC/Netflix) and regularly appears on radio and TV for her interiors expertise. She has 220k followers on Instagram.
Adam Hargreaves is a children’s author and illustrator living in East Sussex, England. The son of Roger Hargreaves, he continues his father’s popular Mr. Men series of children’s books which has sold over 200 million copies worldwide.
Joseph Corre and Serena Rees opened the first Agent Provocateur shop in December 1994, arousing a media frenzy usually reserved for superstars. The response was both exceptional and overwhelming! At the heart of Agent Provocateur philosophy is a profound belief in the intimacy of the experience that they offer. Rees and Corre introduced their vision of lingerie avoiding the British prudery that insists on categorising anything to do with sex as sleazy or smutty. The aim was to create an availability of high quality designer lingerie with creative flair to stimulate, enchant and arouse both wearers and their partners.
Aggie MacKenzie is best known for co-presenting the enormously successful TV show How Clean is Your House? Before that she was head of the Good Housekeeping Institute, where she oversaw the cookery and consumer departments of the magazine. She has a monthly money-wise and tips column in Good Housekeeping, a tried-and-tested page in Delicious and regular columns in Sainsbury’s Magazine and Best. She has published numerous best-selling books, including The Cleaning Bible and Ask Aggie: For All Your Cleaning Solutions.
Born in Saskatchewan Alan Hustak moved to Montreal in 1967 where he worked as a national television reporter for CTV and as a CBC radio reporter. He has been with The Gazette in Montreal for eighteen years. He is the author of several books including St Patrick’s of Montreal.
DR ALAN KEIGHTLEY first approached Ian Brady after being prompted to do so by the parents of one of the victims. Following years of monthly visits, Brady made Dr Keightley heir to his property, most of which he received some time before his death. Dr Keightley lives in the West Midlands, England. He attended Wesley theological college, Bristol and studied for a degree in Theology and Religious Studies at Bristol University and went on to obtain a PhD at Birmingham University. Since then he has taught religious studies in secondary schools and colleges. He is the author of Wittgenstein, Grammar and God, Religion and the Great Fallacy and Into Every Life a Little Zen Must Fall. Alan Keightley is married with one son.
Alan Lee is one of the most popular fantasy illustrators in the world. He has worked with Brian Froud and his work adorns the covers of many fantasy novels, including The Lord of the Rings trilogy.
Alan Snow is an award-winning children’s book illustrator and designer who has worked on more than 160 books. His novel, Here Be Monsters (OUP, 2005), was made into an animated film, The Boxtrolls, which spent several weeks at the top of the UK box office in 2015. Fascinated with ‘how things work’, Alan turned his attentions towards the kitchen, acquiring sophisticated equipment such as vacuum machine, centrifuge, freeze dryer and shock chiller, and has developed his own culinary ‘lab’. He has since consulted for The Ethicurian restaurant. Alan now runs workshops and courses for professional chefs and cooks. His gastronomic experiments are due to be filmed for a documentary. Alan has won numerous awards for his work as a children’s book illustrator as well as for design and computer animation.
TGS was born in 2017 by co-founders Lisa and Alana Macfarlane (The Mac Twins). They made it their mission to bring the exciting information they were learning, to the masses (not just the ‘wellbeing aware’ middle classes) and have since made www.thegutstuff.com the global millennial thought leader in the space. They’ve gained their profile DJ’ing and presenting, and whether performing all over the world for Diet Coke, Armani, MAC Cosmetics, on tour with the UK’s biggest music institution The Official Charts, their primetime radio slots both with Virgin and BBC Radio 1xtra, or opening festival stages across Europe, The Mac Twins’ unique talent is their ability to connect with any audience – large or small – and keep it real.
Alex Brennan is an Australian international model, author and blogger, and the founder of The Model Handmade (www.themodelhandmade.com) – the all-natural beauty line made with love, not chemicals. Alex is a certified yoga instructor and an advocate for modern wellbeing. She follows a vegan diet and believes in a holistic, balanced approach to healthy living.