Author, poet, photographer and founder of Our Isles, Angus has curated the exhibition and exhibits his photography, prose and poetry in the Hedgerow exhibition at the Food Museum.
Printmaker and illustrator Lilly Hedley assisted on the curation of Hedgerow and exhibits a series of her prints in it, showcasing the wildlife that calls the hedgerow environment home.
Alex is a woodworker deeply inspired by nature and the seasonal changes in the landscape. He will be exhibiting a series of his woodworks inspired by his connection to the hedgerow.
Nationally renowned British printmaker, Angie Lewin has contributed a collection of her prints to the Hedgerow exhibition inspired by Nature and the semi-natural habitat.
Antony is a nature photographer, who captures the exquisite detail of the wildlife that call the rural environment home. Antony exhibits his Emperor Moth in the Hedgerow exhibition.
ATM is a street artist painting birds threatened with extinction, 67 species now in serious decline across Britain. ATM exhibits his yellowhammer at Hedgerow.
Based in Sussex, Christiane handcrafts traditional baskets using English willow, rush and other natural materials. She exhibits three delicate bird nests made from birch branches.
Joseph is a versatile artist, ranging from printmaking and painting to sculpture. He exhibits three beautiful pieces in Hedgerow, a jay, yellowhammer and hedgerow urn.
Joya is a photographer and filmmaker. Her work is inspired by the rural environment, community and connecting people to nature. Joya exhibits her photography in the Hedgerow exhibition.
Kamaria is a self-taught watercolour artist. Her inspiration comes from everyday objects and the natural environment. Kamaria exhibits four watercolours of a meadow in each season.
Marco is a photographer with an interest in portraits, food and contemporary social stories. He exhibits his photographs on landscape, hedgelaying and foraging in Hedgerow.
Meg creates art from paper fragments, re-arranging them through printmaking and collage. Meg exhibits three charming collages in the Hedgerow exhibition at the Food Museum.
Mohamed is a photographer capturing a variety of subjects from portraiture to the natural environment. From Wales, Mohamed exhibits three photographs in the Hedgerow exhibition.
Richard is a photographer, who has exhibited globally, and now lives in Suffolk. Richard exhibits his landscape photography in Hedgerow captured in his home county.
Tom is a commercial photographer working in the UK. Tom exhibits a series of his photographs that capture Ben Short hedgelaying in Dorset, laying in the county's regional style.
Venetia is a painter and printmaker, inspired by animals and her local surroundings of the Suffolk countryside including it's wildlife. She exhibits four paintings to the Hedgerow exhibition.
Nigel has been hedgelaying since he was 21 and competes in many competitions around the country. He has been a consultant on the Hedgerow exhibition at the Food Museum.
Megan is the Habitats Officer at PTES and is a self-confessed geek on hedgerows, a font of all knowledge on the semi natural habitat. Megan was a consultant for the Hedgerow exhibition.
Tom is a landscape historian, writer and landscape archaeologist with wide-ranging interests. He has been a consultant for the Hedgerow exhibition at the Food Museum.