Louise Brody was born in London and grew up in the United States. She returned to England to obtain her degree in History of Art (University of London) and followed on with a Diploma in Art and Design. She has lived in Paris for nearly 20 years, working chiefly as a freelance artistic director and design consultant.
Raphaëlle Saint-Pierre was born in Paris. She received her BA and Masters in History of Art from the Sorbonne and now works as an art and architecture historian. An expert on the 20th century, she has written several books and numerous articles, and was recently commissioned by the Ministry of Culture to curate an exhibition and catalogue of contemporary artists.
Yasmin Spence grew up in the Middle East and Vienna, Austria. She came to London in 1990 where she received her degree in Architecture from the Architectural Association. She has worked for major architectural firms such as Nicholas Grimshaw and the Richard Rogers Partnership and now has her own architectural practice in London.