'He is down to earth, at same time is open to work and embrace new ideas and new technology' Liz Summers, artist, Suffolk
About the Author
Marina Vaizey is an art critic, lecturer and traveller; her books include The Artist as Photographer, 100 Masterpieces of Art; Great Women Collectors. She was the art critic for the Financial Times for four years, and The Sunday Times for eighteen. She has curated several exhibitions and written many catalogues. She has been a Trustee for several national museums. Her much loved Hockney print, bought in 1962, now resides with her son in southeast Asia. James Cahill combines writing, research and painting with a role at one of London's leading contemporary art galleries. He studied at the Courtauld Institute, where his research focused on British twentieth-century artists' explorations of cruxifixion and obscenity. He is the co-author a monograph on British artist Angus Fairhurst (2009), and has written catalogue essays for a number of contemporary art exhibitions, as well as reviews for various publications. He has lectured at the Architectural Association,London, on the paintings of Francis Bacon, and at Oxford University on Renaissance iconography in contemporary art. His current research looks at the afterlife of ancient Greece and Rome in contemporary visual culture. Michael Lovell-Pank is a 24 year old film maker and editor. Born in London, he now works as a web promoter, running his own business from a one bedroom flat by the sea side at Aldeburgh. His hobby lies in pens: from writing short stories and scripts, to drawing on his ipad, Michael hopes to devote more time into writing; to turn it into a full time profession and travel the world in search of further inspiration.