Zoe Chan: psychogeographer: geography / topography / psychogeography
I have a deep interest in ‘sense of place’; how our environment impacts on our being and memory, and in turn how we impact on it – particularly (but not exclusive to) the urban and the built environment. Within this I further explore psychogeography, hauntology, the primal landscape, and non-place and liminal space. This is currently manifested by documenting my walking / dérives, predominantly via photography and journaling. Other interests: architectural history and type in the environment.
Twitter: @ZoeTypelark; Instagram: @about.place_

Barbara Claridge: writer: geography / topography / psychogeography
Essex University LiFTS Dept
I try to walk most days. This is for health, fitness, observing, thinking, taking photographs, note making. I am a beginner writer and love being outdoors.

Kate Corder: artist: visual arts
MA fine art / MA visual communication, University of Gloucestershire
Kate Corder is the artist /researcher who created the participatory series HOW – Heathrow Orchard Walks 2014-2016. Other art walks explore King’s Cross (2016). More art walks will be developed from 2019 onwards.

Claire Collison: cross-disciplinary: geography / topography / psychogeography
1. Writing the City – designing walking and writing days with prompts to generate new writing. 2. Intimate Tours of Breasts (ITOB) looking at the ways breasts are represented and commodified around us, from street to museum, and reflecting on how this impacts on the way we feel about our own bodies, and the choices we make (eg whether to have reconstructive surgery, post-mastectomy). I’ve delivered ITOB in London, Birmingham, Liverpool, and Peterborough, and am interested in creating more.
Twitter: @clairecollison1; Instagram: @adalodge

Marlene Creates: artist: visual arts
Marlene Creates is an environmental artist and poet based in Newfoundland, Canada. She lives in a six-acre patch of boreal forest that has been the focus of her work since 2002, called The Boreal Poetry Garden. She has led more than 40 site-specific, multi-disciplinary walking events, which are crossings between the arts and sciences as a way to look at both the ecological and the experiential foundations of place. These events have been attended by over 900 people. Interviews with Marlene can be found on Imprintable and Walter’s Wanderings.