Karen Norquay is Head of School for Arts & Media at the University of Brighton and is also a practising photographer both in the fields of research and editorial photography.
Mark Power is an established Magnum Photographer and Professor of Photography at the University of Brighton.
Mark Waugh is the director of 13 Strand, a strategic consultancy group. Mark is also an established author, writing the cult novel Come, and more recently Bubble Entendre.
Matt Locke is Commissioning Editor for Education and New Media at Channel 4. Before joining the BBC, Matt worked as a curator and writer, specialising in the social adoption of technology and the cultural impact of digital technology, and still continues to write regularly about these themes for journals, websites and his own site at www.test.org.uk
Prof David A Mellor
David Mellor is Professor of Art History at the University of Sussex. Prof Mellor began teaching at Sussex in 1975 and has subsequently worked internationally as an independent curator. A former Chair of the Art Panel of the Arts Council of England, Professor Mellor is now Chair of the Photography and New Media panel for the same organisation.
Salman Momen is Head of Digital Media for CVL, an independent business and technology consultancy. Previously, Salman was Director of Media Technology Services, for CapGemini in which he led teams working on E-commerce and Advertising at Yell, Technical Architecture at EMI Music, Broadcast
Music Rights Management for Phonographic Performance Limited (PPL), and new Digital Workflows for Publishing at Getty Images.