1. Theme Pass It Forward: An evening hearing from a range of creatives who will talk about their work, their inspiration and pass on their tips and advice forward to the network.

    Laura is an illustrator originally from Suffolk, based in Oxford and Edinburgh where she is currently finishing her studies at ECA. Her illustrations are all made of paper, they're often very very small, and they often focus on characters and spaces. Literature plays a big part in coming up with Lauras ideas, and often pairs her designs with her own writing, or pieces of classic literature. Laura has always used scissors to create the different brightly coloured layers, finishing off pieces with tiny gouache details and occasionally graphic digital elements.

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  2. Theme Pass It Forward: An evening hearing from a range of creatives who will talk about their work, their inspiration and pass on their tips and advice forward to the network.

    Lucy Cardwell founded Lucky Cloud Skincare in 2015; luxurious botanical skincare for dry, damaged and sensitive skin. Products are vegan friendly and made by hand in small batches in her Edinburgh workshop. With fantastic reviews in publications such as British Vogue Online, Grazia and Hello! Magazine the brand has just gone international, with products now available to purchase in Madrid, Spain. About to celebrate her second anniversary, there are grand plans for 2017! Follow Lucy @LuckyCloudSkin

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    Creative Edinburgh helps creative individuals and businesses create, collaborate and stay connected, to find out more visit creative-edinburgh.com/

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  3. Theme Pass It Forward: An evening hearing from a range of creatives who will talk about their work, their inspiration and pass on their tips and advice forward to the network.

    Becca & Andrew are the co-founders of Nu Blvck, an ethical, fashion accessories brand with an innovative, made to order business model. A former lawyer and accountant, Becca and Andrew gave up their careers and full time jobs in 2015 to pursue their dream of building a business that would not only be profitable, but one that would bring about change in the fashion industry. The duo connect emerging designers, who design collections of accessories exclusively for the brand, with expert artisans who sample those collections and they're then launched on the Nu Blvck website. Becca and Andrew market the collections to their growing community of customers who are encouraged to follow the creative journey (online) from design to deliver. Follow Nu Blvck @nublvck
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    Creative Edinburgh helps creative individuals and businesses create, collaborate and stay connected, to find out more visit creative-edinburgh.com/

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  4. Theme Pass It Forward: An evening hearing from a range of creatives who will talk about their work, their inspiration and pass on their tips and advice forward to the network.

    Stacey is a design curator with over 15 years experience of creative production in the design and architecture sector in Scotland and abroad. Her expertise lies in developing programmes to promote design locally and internationally through exhibitions, events, symposia and cultural projects. Stacey is the founder of Local Heroes an ongoing project to promote contemporary Scottish design at home and abroad. Her first Local Heroes exhibition, was located at Edinburgh Airport and a key part of Scotland’s Year of Innovation, Architecture and Design, Local Heroes presented contemporary design to a global audience spanning 120 different locations and three continents. Local Heroes commissioned some of Scotland’s most interesting and successful designers to create exclusive products. Their work collectively represents a striking period of contemporary design in Scotland characterised by a renewed confidence and optimism. Local Heroes leaves behind stereotypes about the Scottish design aesthetic and emphasises the modern approach of contemporary designers who embrace bright colour, dynamic pattern and innovative techniques and materials. Follow Stacey @LocalHeroesScot

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    Creative Edinburgh helps creative individuals and businesses create, collaborate and stay connected, to find out more visit creative-edinburgh.com/

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  5. Theme Pass It Forward: An evening hearing from a range of creatives who will talk about their work, their inspiration and pass on their tips and advice forward to the network.

    Dublin born and raised, Brendan MacNeill was printing images in his bedroom darkroom while still a teenager. After moving to London he studied at the radical Polytechnic of Central London (later University of Westminster) gaining a degree in Film & Photographic Arts. His practise evolved from that point to include portraiture and fine monochrome landscapes. There followed a move to Edinburgh where he worked for Scotland on Sunday and the Scotsman and quickly gained a reputation for going for the unusual - Mohammed al Fayed in a kilt, up close on Scotland’s most dangerous criminal Jimmy Boyle and designer Terence Conran in a ‘see you jimmy’ bonnet. He currently shoots People, Places and Food for editorial and business clients in a natural everyday style frequently capturing the unexpected and charming moments of the subject’s day. Follow Brendan @ScranMedia

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Talking Heads

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Talking Heads is Creative Edinburgh's latest addition to the events programme, a fast paced evening of lightning talks and informal networking. The event features 10 guest speakers including Designers, Makers, Illustrators, Artists and Developers.

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