Aubrey Ghose is recognised as one of the world’s leading authorities on retail branding. Aubrey founded ais>Brandlab in 2003, bringing a unique and holistic approach to retail brands that wish to integrate architecture, corporate identity, interior design, advertising, communications, and staff training under one unified brand personality and tone of voice. His professional career has been devoted exclusively to the design industry, focusing on building brands in the minds of consumers through the application of original, innovative, and high-quality concepts.
Born and raised in Dubai, UAE, Maitha Alawadi was surrounded with rapidly growing industries, one of which was media, which define the city beautifully. Her media journey started in Melbourne, Australia, where she moved to pursue a degree in Digital Media and discovered her true passion in directing. After 6 year living abroad, she returned to UAE and is currently employed at the the UAE's largest radio networking company ARN (Arabian Radio Network). She works as a reporter for the talk show radio station, Dubai Eye 103.8, producing feature packages and appearing on "The Word" every Thursday to talk about the latest in Film and Television. In her free time she works on her scripts and novels.
Sarah graduated in 2008 from UWE with a first class BA hons in Interdisciplinary Textile Design. Her graduation projects launched her investigation into thinking about everyday objects as tools for story telling. Relocating to France soon after made her realise the value of artistic communication and offered her a tool for survival in within a foreign culture and language. Propelled by this Sarah continued her studies with an MA in Design Products at the Royal College of Art graduating in 2011. Sarah now continues to use the process of communication to navigate her way through objects and hence has created a diverse range of projects to invite her audiences to experience her interpretations of space. Whether that be a communal food performance, an interactive drawing table or a light made from everyday objects, Sarah’s work encourages interaction and empathy amongst people objects.