Jeremy Musson is a distinguished architectural historian, writer and broadcaster. He was Architectural Editor of Country Life magazine 1998−2007. Previous books include English Country House Interiors (Rizzoli, 2011), The Drawing Room: English Country House Decoration (Rizzoli, 2014) and Robert Adam: Country House Design, Decoration and the Art of Elegance (Rizzoli, 2017). He also presented the BBC 2 series The Curious House Guest.
Frédéric Ogée is Professor of British Literature and Art History at Université Paris Diderot. His publications include two collections of essays on William Hogarth, as well as 'Better in France?' The circulation of ideas across the Channel in the 18th century (Lewisburg, 2005), Diderot and European Culture (Oxford, 2006), and J.M.W. Turner, Les Paysages absolus (Paris, 2010). In 2006-07, he curated the first-ever Hogarth exhibition for the Louvre. From 2014 to 2017 he was a member of Tate Britain’s Advisory Council. He is currently finishing a book on Thomas Lawrence and working on an anthology of British artists’ writings.
Jo Parry is an illustrator whose work spans many fields from publishing, fine art, greetings and stationery, through to children’s books, puzzles, homewares and wall decor. Clients include the RNLI, the BBC and Quarto, and she has developed her own range of giftware for the tourist industry across the south of England.
Dr Sandy Primrose MBE PhD has spent his professional life as a biologist, initially in academia and then as a senior manager in pharmaceutical, diagnostic and life science companies. He has also worked with various government departments on topics such as the detection of food fraud and the safety of genetically engineered foods. He now works as a consultant helping early-stage companies in the healthcare field. He is a keen gardener and lectures extensively on plants, horticulture and gardening. He is passionate about teaching and aims to be at once entertaining and informative. His previous books include Principles of Gene Manipulation and Genomics, co-authored with Richard Twyman (Wiley-Blackwell, 2006) and Plants, Poisons and Personalities (Librario Publishing, 2010). He lives in Buckinghamshire.