Alumni

Harpreet Kaur

Harpreet is a creative consultant, arts manager and creative practitioner. Her work embeds cultural practice into key areas including diversity, gender equality and climate change locally and globally.  She collaborates with arts organisations, NGOs, diplomats, charities, governments, artists and policy makers. Her niche is operating within a cultural and international development context to facilitate social … Read more Harpreet Kaur

Charlotte le Sourd

Charlotte Le Sourd has worked as an independent professional across Greater China, including at the Art Biennale and Museum of Fine Arts in Shanghai, the French Embassy in Beijing and the French Consulate in Hong Kong. Charlotte has a Masters in Cultural Exchange and a BSc in Literature and Chinese Language Studies from Paris. Over … Read more Charlotte le Sourd

Christine Vroom

Christine Vroom joined CCL as a Programme Manager at the Netherlands Institute for Design and the Het Nieuwe Instituut.  Christine coordinated the New Material Award for the innovative and sustainable use of materials in design and the arts, and developed a network for knowledge exchange and international collaborations around the use of new materials in … Read more Christine Vroom

Carla Danielle Knight

When she took part in CCL Carla Knight was Menswear Design Manager at Vivienne Westwood. As such, directly following her time at CCL, Carla was able to increase sustainable thinking and practices in the more commercial divisions of the company. The confidence to be able to articulate and implement ideas around sustainability directly followed her … Read more Carla Danielle Knight

Dan de la Motte-Harrison

Dan de la Motte-Harrison works in the Taking Part team at the Young Vic, where he is also Green Champion and the host of Off Book, the theatre podcast. Elsewhere he works as a performer and comedian; as a member of the Arcola Queer Collective and the Soho Theatre Comedy and Drag alumni, as a … Read more Dan de la Motte-Harrison

Henry McGhie

Curating Tomorrow, UK Henry McGhie has had a lifelong passion for nature, and has a background as a bird ecologist. He worked at Manchester Museum, part of the University, from 2000–2019, as a curator and head of the Museum’s curatorial team. He oversaw the development of  award-winning galleries and special exhibitions linked to environmental sustainability … Read more Henry McGhie

Bridget McKenzie

Bridget is Director of Flow Associates, consultants for arts & museums, aiming to help create a ‘Thrivable Culture’. Her past self is in arts education, having managed learning programmes at Tate and British Library. Since setting up Flow in 2006 she delivered hundreds of projects of strategy, evaluation and audience research. A typical project is evaluating the Happy Museum project, all … Read more Bridget McKenzie

Toby Peach

Toby Peach is a theatre maker, facilitator and performer based in London. He creates stories to engage audience with difficult subject matter, particularly on climate change and cancer. In 2015 he was on the BBC Performing Arts Fund ‘Ones to Watch’. Toby has been developing an exciting methodology, connecting with, and creating stories for, and with, … Read more Toby Peach

Elisa Hernández de Pablo

Elisa is currently Manager of the Environmental Sector of La Casa Encendida, a dynamic social and cultural centre in Madrid, with sustainability, education, culture as the main pillars to engage society in the most pressing and present issues.  She is specialized in promoting sustainable development processes through environmental education. She focuses on community participation and empowerment … Read more Elisa Hernández de Pablo

Karishma Rafferty

Since joining Somerset House Trust in 2013, Karishma has worked on a broad range of cultural programming including festivals, large scale outdoor installations, events and artist commissions. Her current research interests primarily relate to environmental sustainability and in 2017 took part in the Creative Climate Leadership programme led by arts and environmental charity Julie’s Bicycle. Karishma is also currently taking … Read more Karishma Rafferty

Gaja Meznaric Osole

Gaja is a designer, working in cross-disciplinary fields between design, ecology and participation. Through various interdisciplinary projects she explores ways of practicing design by embedding current societal needs as well as possibilities that have emerged from economical crisis and environmental depletion. She is a holder of a BA in Visual Communication, University of Ljubljana and … Read more Gaja Meznaric Osole

Carla Knight

Following years in the fashion design industry, most recently Vivienne Westwood, Carla Knight runs a sustainable clothing brand. The brands focus is creating campaign and expressive pieces to stir debate around people and planet. Carla runs community projects via the brand, which work with different groups of people to make fashion pieces, sharing ideas, opinions … Read more Carla Knight