Editors Letter

As a new graduate from the London College of Fashion, work- ing on this project offers a different perspective on the theme of beauty than those often portrayed by the media. Getting to work with the health care community has enlightened me to how much there is left to do in informing the global communi- ty to public health issues, in all fields, and how we can all play a part in attracting new investment, new talent and new ideas to combat these issues. Presenting this information in an engag- ing and sincere way is indicative of a new age of sharing plans globally through the Internet and between one another. Based in London this project is imbued with the city’s status as the Multicultural centre of the world, where any and all gather for the opportunities to live and share together, throughout this booklet you will see an array of these people; a cross-section of our world. So I invite you, once you finished this, to pass it to some- one else, a colleague or a student, and share and begin SCFA’s action plan as a community.

— Nicholas Smith


Maeve Redmond is a Graphic designer who specialises in typography and book design. After graduating from The Glasgow School of Art, she has worked on projects for a range of clients including Rizzoli, Violette Editions and the Victoria and Albert museum, London.

Stuart Howat

Stuart Howat is an award winning photographer known for his striking and characterful portraits. He graduated from London College of Communication with distinction and has gone on to work on many prestigious commissions. Stuart enjoyed cap- turing the diverse cross section of ages and cultures for this project which allowed him to celebrate beauty in the differences of his subjects.