little living room team

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Becca Gallacher
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Artist and writer Becca Gallacher is the Founder, CEO and Creative Director of little living room. Becca is also the Editor in Chief of the publication. They are responsible for onboarding and training of new staff, setting goals and milestones for little living room and the team individually. They are committed to supporting artists career development and diversifying access and support. Their work is available in the little living room shop or you can connect with them online at @becca.gallagher.art 

www.rebeccagallacher.com

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Alexander Bruns
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Alexander Bruns is a member of our board and the facilitator of little living room’s action planning and development. Their background in HR, projecting cashflow and business planning, volunteer management and development is invaluable to our team. You can read Alec’s words in little living room issue 1.

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Emma A J Johnson
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Emma Johnson is our lead graphic designer and board member supporting little living room in branding, marketing and creative direction. She is now mentoring our junior graphic designer. She is also the owner of Sappho Design and her work is available in the little living room shop. You can connect with her online at @sappho_design

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Naomi Head
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Naomi is currently an acting board member supporting little living room in digital media, workspace organisation and staff training. She is also our digital editor. Naomi is a writer and her work was in little living room issue 3. You can find her portfolio at naomihead.com or connect with her online at @naomieah

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Rhiannon J Gray
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Rhiannon is an Artist and Social Justice Advocate who is supporting Artists and events as our Events and Workshop Development Officer. They are experienced in creating collaborative social sculptures for underserved communities and developing workshop programmes for non-profit organisations. You can connect with them on Instagram @rhiannonjgray where they share astrological insights, mental health tips, and creative projects for the community to participate in.

little living room team

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Becca Gallacher
(they/them)
little living room Founder, CEO and Creative Director

Artist and writer Becca Gallacher is the Founder, CEO and Creative Director of little living room. Becca is also the Editor in Chief of the publication. They are responsible for onboarding and training of new staff, setting goals and milestones for little living room and the team individually. They are committed to supporting creative career development and diversifying access and support.

Becca's work is available on the little living room shop

or you can connect with them online at rebeccagallacher.com

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Naomi Head
(she/her)
Digital Media Coordinator

Naomi is our digital media coordinator working across all little living room channels to promote our organisation and partners online. She is also a writer and her work can be found in little living room issues three and five.

 

Naomi is also owns her own writing and digital media business. You can find out more about her work at naomihead.com or connect with her online at @naomieah

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Amalie Samuelsberg
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Business Development Coordinator

Amalie is our business development officer working with our partners and sponsors, and building our community relationships.

 

She has a background in International Relations with a focus on the intersection between climate justice and homelessness. Outside of work you can find her crocheting and embroidering her latest projects.

 

You can find her on Instagram @marmelademalle

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Alexander Bruns
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Planning and Development Facilitator

Alexander Bruns is a member of our board and the facilitator of little living room’s action planning and development. Their background in HR, projecting cashflow and business planning, volunteer management and development is invaluable to our team.

 

You can read Alec’s words in little living room issue one

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Emma A J Johnson
(she/her)
Lead Graphic Designer

Emma Johnson is our lead graphic designer and board member supporting little living room in branding, marketing and creative direction. Emma is also the owner of her own graphic design business, Sappho Design. 

 

Emma's work is available in the little living room shop or you can connect with her online at @sappho_design

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Rhiannon J Gray
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Events and Workshops Coordinator

Rhiannon is our Events and Workshops Coordinator. They are an artist and social justice advocate keen to support artists and underserved communities. They are experienced in creating collaborative social sculptures for underserved communities and developing workshop programmes for non-profit organisations.

 

You can connect with them on Instagram at @rhiannonjgray where they share astrological insights, mental health tips, and creative community projects.

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Phoebe Crehan
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Publication Assistant

Phoebe is our publication assistant. They are interested in using art to bring awareness and creating platforms for voices that are often left unheard.

Phoebe is also a writer and creative with a focus on writing horror and personal reflective pieces, and they also create their own visual art. They also enjoy dress making and historical costuming in their spare time.


You can find their writing in little living room issue five or at feeblephobe

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Mullein Green
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Resident Illustrator

Mullein is our resident illustrator. She has created bespoke pieces which have featured in the publication since issue one and has been part of the team as an illustrator since issue two.

 

Mullein's work is available in the little living room shop, in all of our publications or you can connect with her online at @mullein.green

"little living room workshops are not just about making or moving, they are about connecting to yourself, taking time out from the outside world and enjoying learning something new or honing your practice." 

 

We are now developing a corporate package to offer closed sessions to businesses looking to support their staff or colleagues in their mental health, their creativity and resilience. How could we support your staff? Contact Rhiannon now to find out more. events@littllelivingroom.co.uk