Caroline Wright

Caroline Wright works across a range of media, including performance, drawing, painting and object-making. She is drawn to materials such as glass, gold, breath and water, often using a process of transformation to re-imagine and bring new perspectives.

Caroline is concerned with the things we collect and how we curate our domestic environments, looking at the point where objects and images connect to memories and experiences.

Caroline graduated with a BA and an MA in Fine Art from Norwich University of the Arts and will be taking up a place as a research student at the Royal College of Art in 2019. Her works have been exhibited internationally, including solo exhibitions and performances in USA, UK, France, and Georgia.

Laurie Nouchka

Laurie Nouchka creates limited edition drawings and paintings that lift her artwork off the canvas on to her uniquely designed range of contemporary fabrics. She is inspired by London's urban architecture and creates drawings of iconic buildings which translate into bold, wearable art.

For her ident, Laurie has built the ITV logo and lifted her designs directly from canvas to lycra so that the architectural landscape moulds across the fabric.

Laurie has exhibited in London, Barcelona and New York and her work can be found in both private and public collections.

Fiona Grady

Fiona Grady lives and works in London, having studied BA Fine Art at the University of Wales and MA Fine Art at Wimbledon School of Art, graduating in 2011. Fiona’s practice plays with light, surface and scale; each piece changing with the light of day, emphasising the passing of time and the ephemeral nature of the work.

For her ident, Fiona incorporated the ITV logo into the design of her artwork, only appearing when the glass work is lit, throwing shadows onto nearby surfaces and revealing the hidden logo. The intention was to create a sense of drama to the artwork and a nod to the techniques of television that change the way we perceive reality.

Fiona’s recent solo exhibitions include ‘Rendered Invisible’ The Art House, Wakefield (2016); ‘Natural Triangulations’ Walthamstow Wetlands Visitor Centre (2017) and 'Kaleidoscope' Broadgate London (2018).

CJ Mahony

CJ Mahony was born in London, and lives and works in Glasgow. Her work is held in private and public collections and has been exhibited extensively across the UK.

CJ’s work creates points of uncertainty where relationships between bodies, objects, and spaces are tested and explored. Her work may take the form of a built environment large enough to get lost in, or could be an object small enough to hold in your hand. CJ’s work may lead you to question whether you recognise what you’re seeing, or whether you are inside or outside the thing you are looking at.

CJ regularly works to commission, from traditional galleries through to more unusual sites: her work may be found hidden in a building about to be demolished, installed in a National Trust property, or performed in the middle of rush hour in Charing Cross Station in London.

Olly Fathers

Olly graduated with a fine art degree from Wimbledon College of art in 2010. He is currently based in Brixton, London.

Since graduating, he has continued to develop and refine his techniques and ideas, to get them to where they are today. An example of this is fine-tuning the perfect viscosity of his paint when working alongside gravity, so that it flows fluidly around various shapes, leaving a trail that captures its journey. This flowing trail is visible in Olly's ident for ITV.

Over the last few years Olly has featured in several shows and taken on commissions and collaborative works. Shows include: Harder Edge exhibition at the Hospital Club and Saatchi gallery (Nov 2018 – Jan 2019); a large wall mural for the Jealous Gallery rooftop mural project; a shop front installation with We Built This City on Carnaby street as part of London Festival (Aug 2017).