Marama Corlett

Maltese actress Marama has starred in various high-profile TV series and films including Desert Dancer alongside Freida Pinto and Maleficent with Angelina Jolie. She’s also been in London theatre productions including The Crucible at The Old Vic and The Children’s Hour alongside Keira Knightley. When she’s not working, she loves preparing for casting calls in Soho and going to afternoon showings in the cinema.
Our favourite London tip from Marama: Maison Bertaux and Cotton Café are Soho gems undiscovered by tourists.

Alice Hodge and Ellen Parr

This duo run The Art of Dining events: immersive dining and theatrical pop-up experiences at unusual locations across London. Alice, a set designer, and Ellen, a Moro-trained chef, scour the city for the perfect venues for their themed events, and have hosted everything from Tudor feasts in grand dining halls to kitsch seventies-era dinners. When they’re not working, they tend a vegetable patch, scour the city for quirky props, and swim al fresco
in Hampstead.
Our favourite London tip from Alice and Ellen: Get baked goods from The Dusty Knuckle — a bakery in a shipping container helping ex-gang kids get jobs.

Jess Williamson

Californian start-up guru Jess is a director at the Techstars accelerator and development programme. After living in Chicago, Edinburgh and Cambridge, she now considers herself a converted Londoner. A contagiously enthusiastic member of the UK’s start-up community, Jess is an avid adventurer in her spare time, wandering aimlessly in different parts of the city until she finds places she likes.
Our favourite London tip from Jess: Don’t feel a social pressure to have an answer when someone asks where you’re going. Just head out the door and see where you end up.

Lee Thornley

This design entrepreneur and founder of Bert & May specialises in the reclamation and production of tiles and wood. Before this, Lee built a boutique hotel in Spain, named as one of Tatler’s top 101 hotels in the world. Commuting between Yorkshire and London, Lee lives on a ‘Bert & May Space’ in the form of a barge on the canal outside his office during the week. When he’s not working, Lee rummages in antique shops and sates his foodie cravings.
Our favourite London tip from Lee: Visit the climbing wall in Mile End for an adrenalin rush.


Graham Hollick

Creative director Graham started his career in trend forecasting with Li Edelkoort. He now leads on interiors trend forecasting for WGSN, works in magazine styling and art direction, and has his own collection of ethical textiles, produced in collaboration with artisans in Nepal and India. When he’s not working, Graham spends his time vintage shopping and roaming around London on his scooter.
Our favourite London tip from Graham: Check out Tom Dixon’s ‘scent of London’ candle to experience an uncannily accurate London smell.

Nathalie Rozencwajg

Architect Nathalie divides her time between London and Paris, and is best known for the multiple award-winning Town Hall Hotel in east London, where she added a contemporary extension to a historical building, creating an iconic London landmark. She’s been commended as Architects’ Journal’s Emerging Woman Architect of the Year and named by The Guardian as one of ten women to watch in architecture. When she's not working, Nathalie enjoys finding some peace and quiet in London's green spaces.
Our favourite London tip from Nathalie: Check out the aviary and penguin pool at London Zoo — it’s a top piece of design in the city.

Roberto Revilla

Fashion designer and bespoke tailor Roberto Revilla is a born and bred Londoner. He spends his time in the offices of media professionals, in the homes of up-and-coming entrepreneurs and in the hotel rooms of high-flying international clients, who are all looking for Roberto's sought-after tailoring skills. When he's not working, Roberto enjoys spending time in his north-west London home with his wife and pets.
Our favourite London tip from Roberto: Listen to the songs of Londoners Nerina Pallot and Lily Allen to get a feel for the city.

Emyr Thomas

Concierge and luxury business founder Emyr has lived in London for more than a decade. He left a corporate career in the City to set up his own business, Bon Vivant, recommending the best of London’s offerings to his impressive client list. When he’s not working, he spends his time checking out all of London’s newest restaurant and hotel openings, getting fit at Barry’s Bootcamp and exploring London on foot.
Our favourite London tip from Emyr: Join The Hospital Club for networking and socialising with creative types and business owners in London.