Fashion is full of characters. Electronic Sheep are long-term friends Brenda Aherne and Helen Delany, who are known for their tapestry-esque designs and humorous and ecletic approach to their work. George R Vaughan caught up with them to find out more.
Mari Wilson has long been regarded as one of the UK’s best pop singers, with a distinctive voice that affords her a unique place in the annuals of music history. With a new album out, George R Vaughan caught up with “The Neasden Queen Of Soul” to find out more about the inspiration behind her latest release.
Toni Myers is a Canadian film editor, writer, director and producer, best known for her work in 3D IMAX. Following the release of her latest, critically acclaimed feature A Beautiful Planet, George R Vaughan caught up with the filmmaker to discuss her career and why she loves making movies in this niche market.
Shahrbanoo Sadat is a young Afghan female scriptwriter and director. She is based in Kabul. Wolf and Sheep was developed with the Cannes Cinefondation Residency in 2010, Shahr – 20 years old at the time – the youngest ever selected. George R Vaughan caught up with
A multi-award winning entrepreneur, Grainne Kelly is the CEO and inventor of Bubblebum UK Ltd, manufacturer of the world’s first inflatable car booster seat. George R Vaughan took time to talk through the business with her.
Rory Uphold is a Canadian-American comedian, actress, and producer. Her music was played in two movies and in the comedy series "Merri Me." George R Vaughan caught up with the entertainer to discover a little more about what we’re missing over on this side of the pond.