David Julian Price
Leaving the dreaming spires of Oxford behind, David began his twenty five-year journalistic career writing for New Musical Express, The Times, the BBC, The Independent and The Huffington Post on culture, technology, music and cars. He lived and worked in Hong Kong and Tokyo before settling in Wiltshire, England.
Liverpool-born Paul has been a highly respected journalist and editor for over twenty five years, specialising in a wide variety of topics from computers to music, hi-fi to antiques and aviation to mobile technologies. A keen collector of books and music, he loves reading novels when he’s not writing them!
After studying architecture at Oxford Brookes University, Sri Lankan-born Channa worked in several high end architectural practices, then became a Senior Lecturer at the Arts University Bournemouth, in the city he now resides. Enormously knowledgable about culture, he is also an avid music fan and a keen concert goer too.
Having worked as a criminal defence barrister, travel journalist and academic lecturer, Cambridge University-educated Esther has written over twenty books, including a best-selling novel, and is a regular cultural commentator for many British newspapers and American Vogue, the National Gallery, the Wellcome Trust and the Wigmore Hall.
Manchester-bred Martin is one of Britain’s most respected car journalists, specialising in historic vehicles. Now living in the idyllic Cotswolds, he has worked for leading magazines including Classic and Sportscar, and published many highly regarded books. He has owned many rare, classic Rolls Royces, Ferraris, Jaguars and Mercedes Benz cars.
After studying violin as a child, Raffy went on to read Economics at Cambridge University, then studied music at London’s Guildhall. A founder member of the Schidlof String Quartet, he then joined the City of Birmingham Symphony Orchestra under Sir Simon Rattle and is now second violinist in the Allegri String Quartet, living in London.
One of Britain’s leading experts on drinks, Joel writes regularly about the subject in many magazines and newspapers around the world and has co-written the award-winning book Distilled, about spirits ranging from gin to vodka, whisky to cognac. Joel appears on BBC TV, presenting drinks on television, radio and the internet.
Highly authoritative and enthusiastic, journalist and broadcaster Richard has expert knowledge of science fiction cinema and television, and has edited sci-fi magazines and authored books on Disney animation and James Bond. He has also made a number of documentaries for the BBC, including the Doctor Who 30th Anniversary special.
An accomplished British graphic designer with a love of photography, Corin worked in top-level print design and branding for two decades, then moved into national publishing. He has been responsible for designing and producing some of the UK’s leading car and technology magazines; he now enjoys creating UKLM!
Based in Bournemouth on England’s beautiful south west coast, Neville is a Chartered Scientist, Chartered Engineer, Chartered Physicist and a Fellow of the Institution of Engineering and Technology. A former Director of Britain’s National Health Service, he is also a keen amateur botanist with a passion for photography and music.
With over twenty five years of experience as a womenswear designer, Karen has worked across many areas of the fashion industry for many famous British brands. She now runs a personal styling service and is teaches fashion at The Arts University Bournemouth, specialising on design, illustration, trends and sustainability.
Harry’s first passion is music; he collects historic Fender electric guitars and has a vast vinyl LP collection. When not listening to classic rock records, he can be found writing for a number of prestigious British technology and music magazines, and has also worked for the BBC and other broadcasters.