Caro Sika

Caro is the Founder of Afro Culture, an online media magazine that links the UK to Francophone countries and vice-versa. Caro is a Cultural Mediator, Presenter and Blogger with great links to visual Artists in various parts of the world. Starting with France and expanding further afield, Caro's extends Disrupt Space to African Artists residing in French speaking countries.

Charles Oleghe

Charles is the Director of Photography at OSEM / FABU HOUSE. He is a TV Director,  Producer and Lecturer who is located in Nigeria. Charles has excellent relationships with Artists in West Africa. His role identifies Artists and contemporary art in Nigeria where there is a wealth of cultural traditions that underpins a growing arts market.

Livia Whyte

As a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Livia is an art professional in her own right, with strong links with local, national and international arts and heritage organisations. Livia is a professional coach and develops Artist Retreats in Spain and in Morocco where she has longstanding relationships with Artists and galleries. Livia develops retreats for Artists to develop their creative talents.

Bryony Benge-Abbott

Bryony is a Curator, Project Manager and Exhibition Designer. She is an Artist and Founder of the award-winning art studio Bryony&Bloom, which creates public murals, paintings and surface patterns inspired by the botanical world. As Associate Curator at Disrupt Space, Bryony brings a passion for community engagement, immersive storytelling and multidisciplinary collaboration to our exhibition projects.

Jonathan Akwue

Jonathan is the Executive Vice President at Publicis Groupe, currently based in Singapore. He was the Illustrator for 'The Scrolls of Imhotep', a serialised graphic novel that originally appeared within 'The Alarm', an independent magazine that was published between 1993-97 in the UK. Jonathan is now working with two of our new Artists, to complete the final part of the story, which was not concluded at the time. Disrupt Space will help publish the completed graphic novel, produce an exhibition, and organise an events programme to support the launch.

Natasha Sackey

Natasha is a Registered Dance Movement Psychotherapist, Creative Producer, Facilitator and Founding Director of F.R.E.S.H Studios. Coming from a professional dance and teaching background, Natasha has  extensive experience of developing innovative events and projects that are creative and holistic. Natasha's remit covers the personal development of the Artists; supporting them to become business-ready and to infuse dance and movement within our public engagement programme.

Janelle Raeburn

Janelle is a multi-talented influencer in culture, entertainment, music and PR who has worked on several major projects across the world, including the London 2012 Olympic Games, the Toronto 2015 Pan American Games and the 2016 UEFA Champions League Final in Milan. As a former Miss Jamaica UK, Janelle co-chaired the 2017 ‘Jamaica 55’ programme of celebrations in the UK by the Jamaican High Commission. Janelle has joined Disrupt Space to lead on partnerships activations to engage existing supporters and to develop new audiences.