Is a visually impaired visual artist with an international reputation, employing a multi-sensory approach to her artistic ideas/practise. Her work has been exhibited alongside Damien Hirst and Anish Kapoor in the UK, Europe and America. For 12 years she has worked as Arts Projects Coordinator and Arts Manager for DaDa Liverpool. Currently she works for Tate Liverpool as Programme Manager Research, Youth and Public Programmes.
Judith is a skilled and experienced Usability and Accessibility consultant who has worked for a range of companies including Vodafone, Orange, HSBC, Sky, Tesco and the BBC. She is passionate about making technology accessible and usable for all. When Judith isn’t conducting research on behalf of Accessible Event Promotions her day job is at Mindful Research. www.mindfulresearch.co.uk
Is an experienced project and development manager. Her current work includes Development Manager for Carl Campbell Dance Company 7, tutor and lecturer, University of the Arts, consultant on the Creative Enterprise Department and advisor for London Centre for Contemporary Music. She has worked as the manager for Showhow and as Development Officer for London Arts Board.
Is Executive Director and has run major publicly funded audience development projects for Arts About Manchester (now The Audience Agency). He has run arts and disability projects for Shape London, Showhow on the Arts Council Fellowship Programme, and arts and education projects for North West Disability Arts Forum (NWDAF now renamed DaDaFest) and many others. His company is Sunsurfer Arts & Education Consultancy www.sunsurfer.co.uk