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City: London
Job Role: Freelance Writer/Director
Art Forms: Multidisciplinary, Writing
Eileen Bellot is a Writer, Director, TEDx Speaker & Workshop Facilitator. She is passionate about making work that that reflects the diversity of the human experience. Including stories that give space to women’s experiences and from culturally diverse perspectives. Her work encourages audiences to pose questions, challenge limiting beliefs and imbue wonderment.

Eileen devises socially engaged creative and wellbeing learning opportunities, supporting others to aspire to their full potential. Her expertise in holistic wellbeing, the arts and menopause, has generated invitations on local and national boards as well as public speaking platforms such as BBC Radio 4 Women’s Hour, BBC Breakfast TV, LBC Radio & WOW Festival.

For 17years Eileen was Managing Director of a wellbeing charity that she co founded. Her work is acknowledged with awards for innovation and making a positive contribution.  Collaborative working across art forms inspires Eileen, along with working for change in the industry. Particularly developing strategic thinking that generates innovative ways of increasing access to the arts for ‘all’.


City: West KIlbride
Job Role: Dance Health Officer
Company: Scottish Ballet
Art Forms: Dance
I work within the Scottish Ballet\'s Engagement Dept. delivering dance health classes to people living with dementia, Parkinson\'s and MS.
City: Kent
Art Forms: Fabric / Textiles, Other

At present, I work as an artist and as a healthcare assistant. 

Particularly, I am interested in our psychological and spiritual health, for individuals and collectively. I have been training in contemplative psychology to explore these processes.

When I am not working inside, I love to be in nature. 🙂

City: Cornwall
Job Role: Research, Artist and Lecturer
Company: Fotonow
Art Forms: Multidisciplinary, Photography

Elizabeth Orcutt (b. 1963, UK) is an artist working with photography, currently making self-portraits as part of a PhD by practice with expected completion in 2020. Working through a series of visual essays (attempts or try-outs), Lizzy is interested in how image mediates the experience of self. The earliest research series, the ‘Madonna and Child’ images, indicated the self sited within the look, neither subject nor object but intersubjective and experiential.

Lizzy also works as a lecturer in the Fashion & Textiles Institute (Cultural Studies) at Falmouth University and has had an earlier career as a picture editor most recently at The Times and a discrete project for Reuters. She is an Associate Artist of Fotonow CIC (Plymouth, UK), a social enterprise exploring visual culture as a means to stimulate social change.

City: London
Art Forms: Filmmaking, Music, Wood
New graduate artist.
City: West Yorkshire
Job Role: Founder
Company: EdShift
Art Forms: Other
EdShift CIC delivers educational violence prevention programmes in mainstream and alternative education. Our overall aim is to promote the value of healthy relationships through the arts to prevent domestic and sexual violence.
City: Watford
Job Role: Research Assistant
Company: Natural History Museum
Art Forms: Photography
I\'m a conservationist and research scientist. I have a broad interest in many fields, and I enjoy arts and culture.
City: London
Job Role: Artist
Art Forms: Ceramics, Fabric / Textiles, Multidisciplinary

I am an artist maker exploring the relationship between fine craftmanship and socially engaged practice.

I often work with and create archives through many of my projects.

I am currently working on a couple of projects connected to health and wellbeing. One is working with older people- in particular those who are last in their family line.

The other is about motherhood.


City: Cambridge
Job Role: Director
Company: Arts & Minds
Art Forms: Illustration, Jewellery, Multidisciplinary, Painting, Photography, Pottery
Our vision is to live in a creative society where people have the confidence and self esteem to lead fulfilling lives.
Our mission is simple: to use the arts to support the positive mental health of individuals and communities.
We hold the following values:

Creative: that arts and creativity is interwoven in all that we do;
Collaborative: all our programmes and our ethos are centred around partnership working to ensure the best opportunities for beneficiaries;
Inclusive: that we are accessible to all, open in our sharing of knowledge and expertise;
Compassionate: that we care for those around us, taking the time to support those around us;
Respectful: recognising and treating each other equally and with respect.

City: Edinburgh
Art Forms: Sculpture
Freelance artist, working in paediatric and community settings
City: London
Job Role: Freelance Artist/Educator/Curator
Art Forms: Multidisciplinary, Photography, Writing
Visual artist specialising in inter-disciplinary practice and research within medicine and medical education.


City: Bristol
Job Role: Artist
Art Forms: Illustration, Multidisciplinary
Artist and illustrator currently studying MA Multi-Disciplinary Printmaking at UWE Bristol.
City: Liverpool
Job Role: Socially Engaged Artist
Company: The RED Archive
Art Forms: Photography

Emma is a photographer specialising in participatory projects that focus on home, place and the everyday.

She is currently an Artist in Residence with Open Eye Gallery working with a local community group in Liverpool on a process-led photography project.  She is also the founder of The RED Archive, a community project collecting and sharing Liverpool fans’ personal photos and stories.

City: Greystones Co.Wicklow
Job Role: Artist
Art Forms: Multidisciplinary

Emma Finucane has been researching and making visual art in health contexts for over ten years. Most recently Finucane\'s art practice has led to a new commission in St.Louise’s Unit, Crumlin Children\'s Hospital, CHI Ireland (2020); a residency with Other Peoples Practices, USHER’S ISLAND (2019) a community day centre for service users of the National Forensic Mental Health Service (NFMHS) a residency in the UCD School of Nursing and Midwifery (2015) and a per cent for art commission in Co.Carlow with Denis Roche and Brian Maguire (2013) Most recently she has received the Arts Council COVID-19 Crisis Response award and reflective bursary award 2020.  Emma completed a BFA at the NCAD in 1997 and an MFA in 2006. A founder member of Outpost Studios in Bray Co.Wicklow and co-founder of pff publications with Rachel Fallon and Eleanor Philips.  In 2018  PIMP was added to the Wellcome Collection Library, Feminist Library London and Platform Arts Belfast Zine Collection. She has been commissioned and supported by the Arts Council Ireland, CREATE, Wicklow, Carlow, and Cavan County Councils and continues to work on The Creative Well Project with Kildare County Arts Service since 2011. Her work has been shown in Ireland, and internationally and can be found in many private and public collections including: OPW, AIB, DIT, and UCD.  She currently lectures part-time in NCAD Fine Print Dept and Fine Art Studio + Arts Health and Wellbeing Module. She also co-ordinates and lectures on an Arts and Health Module that she instigated in UCD School Of Nursing and Midwifery since 2015.



City: London
Job Role: Statistician and Statistical Consultant
Art Forms: Illustration, Other, Painting, Writing
I have been making art since 2015, my work is here. I was proud to win the Central Saint Martins Student Stories Christmas School competition in December 2019/January 2020, here and here.

For my professional bio please see here.

My writing can be found here and my writing bio here.

City: Tampa
Job Role: Illustrator
Art Forms: Graphics, Illustration, Writing
cartoonist/illustrator + science enthusiast
City: Eger, Hungary
Job Role: Social media content creative
Company: freelancer
Art Forms: Photography
Hello Everyone!

I\'m new here, still exploring 🙂