After graduating from Cambridge University with a degree in English, Peter Howarth worked in the fashion industry for Paul Smith and Nicole Farhi. As a journalist he has been Style Director for British GQ and Editor-in-Chief of both Arena and British Esquire. Peter has written for many publications, including The Guardian, The Observer and L’Uomo Vogue and as a columnist for Men’s Health, The Times and the Financial Times. In 2002 he set up Show Media, a creative agency in London that specialises in content creation, brand consultancy and produces a portfolio of magazines including Brummell, The Quarterly and Man About Town. Peter has just completed his second novel. He lives in London with his wife and 6 sons.Related Media
Actor and Producer
Quinto is best known to date for his role as serial killer Sylar on the science fiction series Heroes. He played Spock in the 2009 reboot of the Star Trek franchise, and its 2013 sequel, Star Trek Into Darkness, directed by JJ Abrams.Related Media
In 2008, longtime collaborators and friends Corey Moosa, Neal Dodson and Zachary Quinto formed Before The Door Pictures, a media production company. Before The Door has an extensive slate of projects in film, television, new media, and graphic novels. The latest feature “All is Lost” by J.C. Chandor, starring Robert Redford, will be premiering at Cannes.
Editor-at–large Harper’s Bazaar
and editor V Magazine
Derek Blasberg is a fashion writer, editor and New York Times best-selling author. Attending New York University, he double majored with degrees in Dramatic Literature and Journalism, graduating in 2004, and immediately began his first job as an assistant at American Vogue.Related Media
As a fashion editor, Blasberg has collaborated with some of the industry’s most iconic image-makers, including Karl Lagerfeld, David Bailey, Terry Richardson and Marilyn Minter. Blasberg is currently the Editor at Large of Harper’s Bazaar, and the Editor at Large of V magazine and VMAN, the fashion titles from the art collective Visionaire.
Writer and Journalist at The Times
Kevin Maher was born and raised in Dublin and moved to London in 1994 to pursue a career in journalism. He wrote about film for The Independent, The Observer and The Guardian, before becoming film editor of The Face magazine in 1998. He also worked in TV as an inset director for Channel 4’s Film Night, and a presenter on ITV’s Screen Time show. He began writing for The Times in 2002 and has remained there ever since as critic, film feature writer and columnist. His debut novel, The Fields, is released this year and has been long-listed for the Desmond Elliott Fiction Prize.Related Media
Photographer and film director
Williams is maybe best known for his advertising and editorial shoots for many of the worlds biggest brands and magazines as well as the advertising posters for the last 3 James Bond movies, amongst many others. In the past year he has shot the likes of Brad Pitt, Angelina Jolie, Daniel Craig, Rachel Weiss, Kate Winslet and David and Victoria Beckham.Related Media
Greg’s cinematic style of composition and lighting was originally cultivated as a reportage photographer working behind the scenes on feature films. As a director his two short films have garnered several awards and his first feature film “Samarkand” goes into production in 2014.
Hilary Shor is a NY and LA based producer. Hilary's award winning films including The Children of Men, directed by Alfonso Cuaron has been a worldwide hit. The film received two Bafta awards and was nominated for three Academy awards. She recently produced 2012's The Paperboy and in August of this year her new feature film The Butler which includes 8 academy award winners in its cast will be released. In Hilary's next project Gap Year she teams up with billion dollar director Andy Tennant of Hitch fame.Related Media
Hilary is also a member of the prestigious Producers Guild of America.