Emerging Voices Team​

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Rachel Jacobs: Consulting Editor

Rachel Jacobs, Ph.D.,  is an environmentally engaged digital artist, games designer and Research Associate at the Mixed Reality Lab, University of Nottingham and a Visiting Research Fellow at the Manifest Data Lab, Central St Martins, University of Arts London. Her award winning work has toured nationally and internationally, and she publishes and presents regularly. Rachel co-founded the artist-led collective Active Ingredient in 1996 and the commercial games company Mudlark Production Company in 2007.

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David Jeffrey: IT Consultant

 

David Jeffrey first had a relationship with a computer in 1976. Since then he has flirted with all the better known personal computers. But his main love is small embedded computers:  he designed and built industrial systems based on them. He is now largely retired but still does consulting work.

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Manasa Narayanan: Journalist and Editorial Assistant

Based in London, Manasa is a freelance journalist and writer, trying to navigate the mighty and confusing world of journalism (or what is left of it). At present, she mainly works with The Citizens (a news non-profit), along with writing for various other outlets. She largely deals with topics related to politics, protests, media and technology. 

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Gülce Tulçalı: Photographer and Visual Editor

Gülce Tulçalı is a London-based visual artist whose practice includes moving image, photography, and performance art. She visualises women and authority relationships from a citizen-government point of view. Gülce uses a variety of methods from digital processes to darkroom printing. She writes and edits her own films. Recent shows includes with fists, it kicks, it bites at Webber Gallery, and Hang Ten at ArtLacuna.

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Tess O'Hara: Social Media Editor

Tess O’Hara is a content manager, editor, and writer based in Streatham. She was runner-up for the Brighton Prize for short fiction and has been published in literary journals, including Lighthouse and Adjacent Pineapple: adjacentpineapple.com/tess-o-hara. Tess has an MA in Prose Fiction from UEA and is working on her first novel.