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  • Edward Hollis
    Edward Hollis

    Edward Hollis studied Architecture at Cambridge and Edinburgh Universities and practised as an architect in Sri Lanka and Edinburgh. In 1999 he began lecturing in Interior Architecture at Napier University, Edinburgh and in 2004 he moved to Edinburgh College of Art, where he is now Director of

  • Eilidh Muldoon
    Eilidh Muldoon

    Eilidh Muldoon studied Art History and gained an MFA in Illustration from Edinburgh College of Art in June 2013, where she is currently a tutor. She is also a freelance artist and illustrator whose work has appeared in prints, greetings cards and giftware.

  • Elizabeth Blackadder
    Elizabeth Blackadder

    Elizabeth Blackadder was born in Falkirk and studied at Edinburgh College of Art. She was the first woman to be both an academician of the Royal Academy of Arts in London and the Royal Scottish Academy. She was awarded an OBE in 1982.

  • Cara Ellison
    Cara Ellison

    Cara Ellison is a Scottish writer, game critic and video game narrative designer. She has written for the Guardian , VICE , Kotaku , PC Gamer , Paste Magazine and the New Statesman , wrote the best-named column in the world, S.EXE, at Rock Paper Shotgun , and had a regular opinion

  • Jeremy Ellwood and Fergus Bisset
    Jeremy Ellwood and Fergus Bisset

    Jeremy Ellwood is Golf Monthly’s associate editor and has been with the magazine for five years. He has written on a broad range of golf-related topics from travel and course reviews, to in-depth features and player profiles. He has also written for The Independent, The Mail on

  • Tom English
    Tom English

    Tom English is an award-winning BBC sport writer and broadcaster. A former chief sport writer for the Scotland on Sunday he was voted Scottish Sport’s Feature Writer of the Year by the Scottish Press Association for three years running. He has held posts with The Sunday Times ,