by marktallowin


GABRIELLE MELVIN. Gail Wilson, last weeks participant, has passed the Flat Iron on to her friend Gabrielle, who works as an Inclusion Officer at London Borough of Barnet. Gabrielle looks after the right for people from the borough to access digital communication channels, making sure no one is overlooked, something which is only becoming more and more important.

SARAH EMSLIE has got control of the KettleBell for the next seven days. Sarah works at RAPP, an integrated communications agency with offices all over the world, from New York to Buenos Aires. They work with everyone from Toyota to UNICEF.

KIRA GOODEY has just received the Split Wedge. She is a shoemaker and footwear designer who runs her own company called Scarlet Fever. Originally Kira worked as a Print designer for Alexander McQueen, before undertaking an apprenticeship in traditional shoemaking techniques known as ‘cordwaining’

FRANCESCA TURNER has just taken on the Inkwell. She is the Fashion Editor at Rollacoaster as well as the Junior Fashion Editor at Wonderland magazine. Francesca is (I have to presume) also the first 4.4.8.’er to be able to speak both French and Finnish.

As ever, and always, a huge thanks to those involved.