Jon Eland has an artist practice based around photography, more recently he has turned to fabric arts to extend his practice – this includes. He also enjoys self-publishing and has previously exhibited in London, New York, Dortmund, Athens and Los Angeles as well as contributing to art collectives and publications around the world.
A Leeds Creative Timebank member of 5 years he has recently joined the Management Group with responsibility for communications – bringing skills from over 25 years in marketing. This role will include oversight of social media, the website and how we communicate internally and externally.
Lynette has been a Timebroker for 5 years and is now Operations person on the Management Group.
She has a background in microprocessor engineering and computing (and so can offer help with spreadsheets) and was very active in the Women’s Engineering Society (which had its centenary in 2019).
When not Timebrokering she makes artist’s books an does site responsive installation, usually working in collaboration with other individuals or small groups.
She’s a keen mountain hiker, though limited by joint issues these days, was a caver and is particularly interested in archaeology and travel.
Deborah is the Artistic Director of two organisations that create aerial theatre performances. They mainly make work with professional performers and collaborators but also provide opportunities for adults to learn and perform aerial skills:
Artistic Director – Urban Angels Circus est 2002 and Urban Angels est 2010
Urban Angels create original cross-art form aerial theatre performances that encourage public engagement and transformative experiences. http://urbanangelsaerial.com/
Urban Angels Circus – “CreativEventertainment” supports the creative work of Urban Angels. https://urbanangelscircus.com/
Aerial Classes: https://urbanangelscircus.com/classes/
Deborah is also a member of Leeds Creative Timebank Management Group.
Amelia is originally from Blackburn and graduated from Leeds Arts University in 2018. She has since continued to establish her practice in the Leeds and Wakefield creative network, specialising in installation and endurance performance that opens up conversations regarding mental health in today’s society.
Find her wearing yellow jumpers, sipping G&Ts and searching for the ultimate hot cross bun!
Sue Johnson is a timebank member and timebroker whose creative practice revolves around website design.
Originally a freelance graphic designer and artworker, she began designing and developing websites ten years ago.
She mainly develops websites based on the popular and easy to use platform WordPress. She designs and creates custom themes for the websites. Her clients include non profit groups and small businesses.
You can see examples of her work at: https://suesdesign.co.uk/