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A BIG THANK YOU TO ALL OUR CONTRIBUTORS!

Mapology Guides wouldn't exist without the talent, creativity and generosity of our contributors. 
Each Mapology Guide is curated and art directed by Tina Bernstein (and in the past Mike Abrahams) together with a writer and illustrator, whose style of language and imagery is appropriate for the theme of the map. 

We look forward to growing our community of writers, illustrators and graphic designers as we develop more guides. Please take a look at our contributors here below. They were all a pleasure to work with! 

WRITERS

Lottie Storey lottiestorey.co.uk || How To Grow Your NO || Overthinking: The Not-So-Fun Fair || The Anger Apothecary || Lottie is a Bristol-based freelance writer, specialising in arts and lifestyle. 

As well as writing for national newspapers and magazines, she also authors a popular UK lifestyle blog
Instagram: @lottie_storey

Robbie Dale robbi.es || Make It Happen || Are you looking for Answers? || Where do Ideas come from? Robbie is a writer and award winning creative director based in London. He likes unexpected ideas, interesting people and Tunnock's Caramel Wafers. 

Robert Twigger roberttwigger.com || How To Make Better Decisions || Robert has written award winning and acclaimed books on everything from modern masculinity, studying aikido in Japan and taking a polymathic look at the river Nile. He has given lectures on the topic of 'Lifeshifting', an approach which emphasises the need to centre one's life around meaning-driven motivation.
His latest book - Micromastery - is out now!

Daniel Dresner danieldresner.com || Hey, Let's Work Things Out! || Daniel is a professionally trained and qualified coach living in London. Helping others help themselves is at the core of who he is and what he does. Previously in the entertainment business for over 20 years he started off as a stand-up comedian, actor and theatre director in Tokyo, Japan. 
Daniel has recently published a book entitled: A Life-coaching approach to screen acting.

John-Paul Flintoff flintoff.org || What's Bugging You? || Author, Journalist, Speaker. John-Paul has written books for The School of Life, The Guardian and has just published his own novel. He runs courses on Improvisation and leads various events.

Sarah Farley sarahfarley.co.uk || Meet Marvellous Pets || Sarah is a writer, strategist and brand communications specialist. Her strength lies in digital content analysis & strategy, brand language, storytelling and customer communications.

Simon Rodway || Give Great Presents || Simon sadly passed away in November 2015. This obituary describes him perfectly. We loved working with him - a true genius with words.

ILLUSTRATORS

Jenni Sparks jennisparks.com || The Anger Apothecary || Jenni was the very first illustrator we contacted before launching Mapology Guides so it felt fitting to ask Jenni to illustrate our 9th map. Jenni is an illustrator, designer, map maker, hand-letterer. Based in London, she's living the dream of being able to colour stuff in for a living while listening to techno all day. 
Instagram: @jennisparks

David Knight || davidknightillustrator.com || Overthinking: The Not-So-Fun Fair || David is a UK Illustrator based in the West Country. His interests lie in educational & children's illustration. His book, There's A Ginormous Albatross On My Roof which he co-authored with his partner is out now.
Instagram: @davidknightillustrator

Nic Farrell || nicfarrell.com || How To Grow Your NO || Nic is a UK freelance illustrator and hand letterer now based Leipzig, Germany. She's also the co-founder of Hot Yoghurt, stay at home screen printing.
Instagram: @ficnarrell || @hhhotyoghurt 

Rebecca Barnes || becbarnes.co.uk || Make it Happen || Rebecca re-trained as an illustrator after a career in education. She's recently completed the MA Children's Book illustration course in Cambridge.
Instagram: @becbarnes72

Nanna Koekoek || nannakoekoek.com || Are you looking for Answers? || Some of you might notice that Nanna was also the illustrator of our Meet Marvellous Pets map. Multi-styled, Nanna keeps jet-setting off to Canada to paint murals and other stuff.
Instagram: @cuckoojar

Ben the Illustrator bentheillustrator.com || Where do Ideas come from? || Ben's illustrations are colourful, dynamic and full of zest.
To learn more about Ben, see his rather colourful bio and read this in-depth interview. Ben also writes on Medium, I don't believe in creative block.
Instagram: @benillustrator

Sarah Edmonds sarahedmondsillustration.com || How To Make Better Decisions || Sarah is an illustrator and designer based in Worthing, UK. Sarah is inspired by wild places, strange faces, curious creatures, cheerful diagrams and the colours and shapes of Scandinavian design. In 2015 Sarah had her first solo exhibition and pop up, Bird Life, at Fika Bar and Kitchen in Shoreditch, London. See her sketchbook.
Instagram: @sarahedmondsart

Ana Jaks anajaks.co.uk || Hey, Let's Work Things Out!  || Ana is a UK illustrator currently based in Falmouth. She has a huge love for shape, pattern and anything colourful and has just completed a pack of 15 stickers for new social media app Yubl. Ana has been chosen to exhibit in New Designers 2016.

Instagram: @ana.jaks

Jenni Sparks jennisparks.com || What's Bugging You? || Jenni is an illustrator, designer, map maker, hand-letterer. Based in London, she's living the dream of being able to colour stuff in for a living while listening to techno all day. See the things she gets up to.
Instagram: @jennisparks

Nanna Koekoek nannakoekoek.com || Meet Marvellous Pets || Nanna is a Dutch/American illustrator, based in London. Her style has been likened to Quentin Blake. Search for her collection of pub carpets on Flickr. Also check out her social media stamina.
Instagram: @cuckoojar

Miranda Sofroniou mirandasofroniou.com || Give Great Presents || Miranda is a versatile and creative illustrator now based in Australia. She's known for her colourful collages. See Miranda's shop.
Instagram: @miranda_illustration

If you are interested in being part of our creative community we'd love to hear from you. Why not ping us an email.