A background in theatre and a job in the NHS makes Phillip an ideal collaborator.
A fine art graduate, Ashleigh and her pastor husband have recently moved from South Africa to Dewsbury.
Originally a solicitor, Sian runs Batley's Reunion Café which is a hub of creativity.
Rebecca runs a local drama school on top of being a full-time teacher.
A stalwart with the Dewsbury Collegians, Gaynor is a freelance creative all-rounder.
On a mission to inspire other artists, Harriet is determined to put Dewsbury on the map.
An artist-in-residence with Kirklees Filmmakers, Zainab would like to see more art in her Batley home town.
With a marketing background, Duncan’s interested in using arts as a social engagement tool.
A solicitor by day, Andrew has lead the local team that brought opera to Batley.
Born and brought up in Heckmondwike, Sonja studied the sciences but her heart is in the arts.
Mark is a practicing sculptor who set up and runs the Creative Arts Hub in the former Vale Cinema in Mirfield.
Now off to university, Ammaarah continues to support Creative Scene's digital arts projects.
In what little spare time she has, Kimberley is Chair of Batley Festival amongst other things.
Simon runs a cafe in Heckmondwike and is instrumental in the town’s festivals.