That's all folks!

Journey with us through 1.4 decades, 102 team members, 3 exits, 14 awards and 1 adopted alpaca.

Let's scroll!


Facebook launches • Summer Olympics in Athens • N. Korea bans mobile phones

November 2004 Client Work

Mint's manifesto

Andy sets out his ideas for Mint. Proper grammar is not part of it. Nobody understood the relevance of the fish at the time (and they still don't).

November 2004 Good times

Mint was born!

First desk was an ironing board in Noam's shared house in Brixton. The entire company has to down tools when Noam's housemates want to iron a shirt.

December 2004 Hard times

First board meeting

Takes place in Abyssinian restaurant in Brixton. Only one item on the agenda: "should Noam have a computer?" Showing a willingness to invest for the long-term, the board answers "yes".


Youtube launches • Live 8 Concerts • We all worry about bird flu

March 2005 hard-times

Mint promotes!

Mint had an idea to bake anyone we had a pitch meeting with a cake. Andy soon abandoned the initiative saying that "meetings were too much about the cake, by the time the plates and forks have been cleared away nobody can remember what they were meeting for".

July 2005 Client Work

Mint recruit their first web designer

We didn't get a designer but we did get Thomas Pomfret, who went on to become Mint's CTO.

September 2005 Hard times

Mint play

We have the bright idea to put on a play about Mint and its mission. Luckily this was never filmed.

September 2005 Hard times

Sandwich disaster

Andy makes a big mistake by offering to buy a receptionist a sandwich ahead of a pitch meeting. The 'pitchee' cites the ensuing delay as the main reason why they chose not to work with Mint. Andy has never made this mistake again, and now only buys lunch for himself.

December 2005 Good times

First office

Andy and Noam moved into Mint's first proper office in Vauxhall. Rent: £800/month includng all bills. Cleaning startup Hassle later start in the same unit. That space has magical power. Thinking of starting a business? Do it from 301 Westminster Business Square.


Twitter launches • Web 2.0 is a thing • Al Gore tells us An Inconvenient Truth

April 2006 Awards


We enter the BBC's Content 360 competition with our TV/web format Buried Alive. We are shortlisted and invited to pitch at MipTV in Cannes. We go on to win the competition.

June 2006 Community

World's first User Generated TV summit

Mint hosts UGTV 06, where we launch Bloombox, our social software. At the time, user generated video was so rare that there were audible gasps when the people realised what our software could do. 6 months later, user generated video became ubiquitous thanks to the growth of YouTube.

June 2006 Awards

Website of the week

Mint wins NMA website of the week for Nudo Italia.

August 2006 Good Times

Mint signed to Real Madrid (not really)

Thought Gareth Bale was the first Welshman to make it to the Bernabeu? Think again: Tim and Cameron join Zidane, Figo, Ronaldo and the other galácticos on an assignment at Real Madrid.

September 2006 Client Work

Mint creates Islandoo

Mint launches a smash-hit social network for people that want to be on reality TV. It is "an internet phenomena to rival MySpace" according to The Independent and gets a half page spread on page 3 of the Financial Times.

October 2006 Good times

Mints go abseiling

Cameron chooses to wear an activity-appropriate leather jacket.


Apple launch first iPhone • Justin Bieber discovered • Final Harry Potter published

March 2007 Client Work

Mint x MTV

Mint launches Oxjam for MTV in 12 days!

March 2007 Good Times

Mint gets a pub (sort of)

Tony the landlord of the Royal Oak in Vauxhall gives Mint their own key to the pub so they can use it for brainstorms while he is in bed.

March 2007 Hard Times

I need money

Tim writes up an idea for a website where you can upload a video of yourself asking for money in order to reach a target. He calls it 'I need money'. Mint does nothing with it. Later Kickstarter executes this idea exceptionally well.

April 2007 Awards

Mint is back at it

We were shortlisted by the BBC and invited to Cannes to pitch live in the Content 360 competition. We didn't come away with the prize, but while we were out there we closed a deal for a project with ABC in the USA.

April 2007 Client Work

Mint launches Squeezy Skills

A user-generated competition encouraging people to make videos using bottles of Hellmann's mayonnaise.

May 2007 good times

We go international

Mint opens its New York office at 265 Canal Street, Manhattan.

June 2007 Client Work

First foray into Hollywood

Mint launches Virtual Rush for ABC's Greek. This was Mint's first foray into Hollywood and the site spawned the world's first online reality series Rush'd.

June 2007 Good Times

Mint recognition

After 3 years of patronage the proprietor of a cafe on Kennington Lane starts offering the Mints free brandy after their lunch.

July 2007 Community


After the success of the first year of our UGTV summit, we decided to take it international with our first New York conference.

August 2007 Client Work

Mint x Thumbplay

Mint launches a community site for US mobile content provider Thumbplay. The first time Bloombox had been used for mobile upload and download.

October 2007 Good Times

Pilfering Channel 4 talent

Mint is invited to a Channel 4 talent day. We weren't sure what we were meant to be doing but we came away with Adam Rogers. Since then Adam has done pretty much every job at Mint and now heads up DeskBeers.

October 2007 Awards

Docfest Crossover prize

Tim teams up with BAFTA award-winning film producer Diarmid Scrimshaw and Film 4.0 commissioner Anna Higgs to win the Docfest Crossover prize in Sheffield for their web/tv/exhibition format Museums of the Future.


Obama elected • Bill Gates steps down • App store launches

January 2008 Ventures

Going cross-platform

Mint launches Menthol TV, a TV production company with the aim of making cross-platform hits.

February 2008 Client Work

River Island Style Insider

Mint launches Style Insider, a site for the seriously fashion conscious, on behalf of River Island and Graduate Fashion Week. Style Insider is still going today and has even spawned a print magazine due to its incredible success.

February 2008 Client Work

Skins Life

Mint launches the Skins Life website for Company Pictures (makers of Channel 4's Skins). The site brought fans closer to the show's production, handling ticketing for Skins Parties and allowing fans to appear in the show.

March 2008 Good times

First Web App Weekender

Our company away weekend (these days it's a week) where we split into three teams and compete to build the best web-app. We created 3 apps - Snppr (like Snapchat, but in game form), SuperGuessGuess (an interactive quiz) and Oh!Creative (like Dribbble). Andy's mum made everyone soup.

March 2008 Awards

Three projects shortlisted in Cannes

Mint pulls off an unprecedented 1-2-3, as three of its projects are shortlisted for the Content 360 competition at MipTV in Cannes.

April 2008 Client Work

Weplay sports network

Mint launches Weplay, a sports network for children, something like Piczo meets TeamSnap (and was eventually acquired by them). It was one of our biggest sites, including complex parent to child permissioning, a state-of-the-art UI, and a robust security model to ensure online safety.

April 2008 Client Work

Lonely Planet Holiday Countdown

In April 2008, we launched the Lonely Planet Desktop Countdown using Adobe AIR. It was a neat little app that counts down to your holiday. Every day it offers you a local tip and tells you the weather in the place that you are travelling to.

June 2008 Ventures

Osama Loves

Our first TV commission, Osama Loves, airs on Channel 4. The aim was to seek out 500 people called Osama in 50 days and ask them "What do you love?". The show was later sold to a further 5 territories, and it's still on 4OD!

July 2008 Good times

Web 2.0 The Musical

Mint write and perform a play, 'Web 2.0 The Musical', which premieres at 2gether08. Such was its success that an offer was made for the show to have a run in a theatre made out of an old tube carriage. Mint turns it down in order to concentrate on its web business.

August 2007 Ventures

Mayhem Makers

Menthol TV and Mona Yousefi's comedy format Mayhem Makers wins at the Edinburgh TV festival.

November 2008 Good times

Ron DeVera Day

Mint celebrates one of its developer's facial hair via Ron DeVera Day, the day when everyone grew a moustache and Ron shaved his off. Later, and by coincidence, someone outside of Mint created Movember.


Water found on moon • Federer wins 15th Grand Slam • Michael Jackson dies

January 2009 Good times

All filler no thriller

Mint launches the Great British Sandwich. The Metro said: "This is what Tim Berners-Lee was thinking of when he invented the web".

February 2009 Good times

Web App Weekender '09

The challenge: "create something cool with Hemlock" - our open source technology that facilitates building real-time, multi-user web applications. We made What the Tweet, Go with the Flo and, the winner, Juked.It

April 2009 Hard times

Uncool Mints

As part of Style Insider, some Mints are invited to a London Graduate Fashion Week party where they approached by a lady who says: "What do you guys do? Because it's obvious you don't work in fashion."

April 2009 Client Work


Mints joins forces with a host of clever people: Hugh Fernley Whittingstall, Keo Productions, and Channel 4 to create Landshare. Linking people who want to grow their own fruit & veg, with people who have spare bits of land. It's still going strong today.

May 2009 Client Work

Adoption Experience

Mint launches Adoption Experience for Channel 4. Adoption Experience seeks to educate people through the real-life experiences of others, taking stories and opinions from all facets of the adoption process.

June 2009 Client Work

Introducing Hemlock

We launched Hemlock, an open-source framework that combines the power of JavaScript with the scalability of XMPP. Facilitating a new class of web applications where multiple users can interact in real time.

June 2009 Animals

Tom the alpaca

For reasons unknown, Mint adopts an alpaca called Tom from Vauxhall City Farm.

August 2009 Good Times

Mint sports day

Mint hosts a sports day in a park in Vauxhall followed by a rave in the Royal Oak using our own key to let ourselves in.

September 2009 Community

World's first Second Screen conference

Mint believes that the future of TV is no longer based in user-generated content but rather '2-screening', a phrase invented by Mint and now ubiquitous in its derivative form: 'second screening'. We hold the world's first second screen conference in a beautiful Victorian theatre.

September 2009 Good Times

Techcrunch Real-time Crunch Up

Tim, Cameron and Ron demonstrate Hemlock via 'Football3s' (later Picklive) at the Techcrunch real-time web summit in San Francisco. Cameron meets an ex-colleague in a bar and they beat around 100 pairs of people at Fusball. They are eventually defeated by a pair of German backpackers.

October 2009 awards

Royal Television Society awards

We're delighted as both Landshare and Sexperience are nominated for Royal Television Society awards.

November 2009 Good times

Mint turns five

Mint turns five, Tim's Mum made a cake, Andy laughed at our manifesto!


Apple launch the iPad • Instagram founded • LOST ends

January 2010 Animals

We got a sheep!

Adding to its menagerie, that so far consists of one alpaca, Mint acquires its first sheep from Vauxhall City farm.

February 2010 Ventures


Picklive becomes the first project created at Mint to attract venture capital and spin out into its own entity.

May 2010 Ventures

Mint creates World Cup Visualiser

Combining football data from Picklive with fun and intuitive analysis tools - Mint creates LivePitch.

June 2010 Client Work

Mint Mobile

Mint launches its mobile development arm and calls it Mint Mobile.

July 2010 Ventures


Mint comes together with Channel 4 and the Arts Council of England to create, a community driven, curated quote site. This later became the basis for Channel 4 show Was It Something I Said?

July 2010 Good times

Our illustrations

Andre (now a senior designer at Apple) creates our first team illustrations. We still use them on our business cards and website today.

September 2010 Community

2Screen 2010

The 2nd 2screen conference takes place at a slightly larger, but no-less beautiful, central London Victorian theatre.

September 2010 Client Work

It's My Time

Mint works with Benetton to open up casting for their commercials. The project was Benetton's most popular online campaign with 65,000 entrants, uploading over 500,000 photos in 36 days. The site delivered 56 million page views.

October 2010 Design

Android Challenge

Each of our four designers compete in the Android challenge.

November 2010 Awards

Techcrunch Europas

Picklive is runner up in the Best Sports or Leisure Startup at the Techcrunch Europas.

December 2010 Good times

Snowballs in Vauxhall

Some people at Mint have a snowball fight. Outside though, not in the office.

December 2010 Community


We launch Pocketmints, an experiment into discussing mobile and our learnings on mobile projects. Now it's part of everything we do.


Google+ launches • Steve Jobs dies • The Royal Wedding

February 2011 Awards

Picklive nominated

Picklive nominated for Guardian MEGA award.

February 2011 Good times

Web App Weekender

2011's Weekender is all about marketing. The goal was to compete to see who could drive the most traffic to our Quotables website.

February 2011 Good times

Picklive hosts awards

Picklive hosts the world's first football blogging and podcasting awards - The NOPAS.

February 2011 awards

Picklive one of UK's most promising startups

Picklive makes the Telegraph TechCrunch 100 as one of the 100 most promising UK tech startups.

March 2011 Ventures

StickyGram is born

After recieving 14,000 sign ups to a launch rock page, Mint becomes the first company in Europe to use Instagram's API, and StickyGram is born.

April 2011 Community

Ladies Who Code launches

Angie and Shoshi launched Ladies Who Code, a monthly meetup to bring women coders together to hack on projects, share lightning talks, and learn in a comfortable environment.

May 2011 Good times

New London office

We moved into our current London offices. Utku added some real magic.

July 2011 Client Work

IHG Innovation Hotel

Mint launches Innovation Hotel with Intercontinental Hotel Group.

August 2011 Community

First Foundry

Mint launches Foundry - its graduate scheme for makers. The first cohort create Olly - the web connected smelly robot, and Polly - a robot that turns your tweets into sweets.

August 2011 Client Work

Sexperience 1000

We overhaul the Sexperience website and create the Sexperience 1000, an interactive journey through the sexual experiences and preferences of one thousand people.

September 2011 Client Work

Speedo Pace Club

Mint launches Pace Club for Speedo, a branded utility for the swimming community.

September 2011 Community

2Screen 2011

Mint hosts its third (and final) 2Screen event.

September 2011 Community

Don't Be a Banker

Andy tries to tempt graduates into entrepreneurship instead of joining investment banks via his "Don't be a Banker" Scholarship. Like an early version of Entrepreneur First, but with less participants and less point.

September 2011 Awards

BIMA Award

Mint wins a British Interactive Media Association award for Sexperience.

October 2011 Community

Steve Jobs Tribute

Steve Jobs dies. Mint pays tribute by building a portrait of him using only parts of a MacBook.

November 2011 Awards

Best Gaming Startup runner up

Picklive is runner up at the Techcrunch Europas in the category Best Gaming Startup.


London hosts Olympics • Gangnam Style • Google Glass first demoed

January 2012 Client Work

New Year Revolution

Mint kicked off 2012 with New Year Revolution, a Channel 4 project to help people stick to their New Year's resolutions.

January 2012 Community


Led by Paul Fedory, Mint launches its first developer conference on things developers love.

February 2012 Good times

4 Days 2 Launch

Our Web App Weekender challenge in 2012 was to launch a business in 4 days. We created Foldabunch, Little Sticker, and (the winner) Foldable.Me.

February 2012 Ventures


The winner of WAW12, Foldable.Me, was our first foray into Kickstarting projects. It was over 200% funded in the first week, 500% funded after 20 days, and 1000% funded by the end.

March 2012 Awards

Inventors of the Year

Our first ever Foundry won "Inventors of the Year" at the Ideal Home Show for Olly.

May 2012 community

Music Tech Meetup

Mint's Angie and Adam create Music Tech Meetup. An industry-focused meetup to discuss the music business and the technology business.

June 2012 Awards

Sexperience wins Best Website at the Broadcast Awards.

Mints dress sharp and scoop another award for Sexperience.

June 2012 Good times

Sticky Ma'am

We hit the news with over a 1000 StickyGrams making up a portrait of the Queen for her Jubilee.

July 2012 awards

Webby Awards

Both Stickygram and Foldable.Me are nominated for Webby awards.

July 2012 Community

Foundry Dough Globe

Challenged with the task of creating a toy that needs a reason to exist, Foundry 2012 created Dough Globe.

July 2012 Client Work

Mad World

Mint create Mad World. Developed in collaboration with Channel 4 and mental health charities Time to Change, Rethink Mental Illness and Mind, Mad World explores three of the most misunderstood mental health conditions: schizophrenia, OCD and bipolar disorder.

August 2012 Ventures

Foldable.Me launches

Foldable.Me launches with the Foldable population increasing worldwide ever since. Notable foldables include Jonathan Ross, Amanda Holden and Gok Wan.

August 2012 Community

Ladies Who Code New York

The first Ladies Who Code conference takes place in New York.

August 2012 Client Work

Join In

Inspired by the Olympics Games, Mint works with Join In to get 5000 local teams to list events that get people involved in sport on the weekend after the games.

September 2012 Good times

Book recognition

We were featured in a book about company culture!

October 2012 Design

Noam reflects

Noam reflects and writes a blog post on how Mint is evolving.

December 2012 Ventures


Mint becomes the first European company ever to achieve its Kickstarter goal within 24 hours, when we smash our $18,000 goal eventually raising $87,000.


Breaking Bad finale • A Royal Baby arrives • Murray wins Wimbledon

March 2013 Good times

Foldable protest

8,000 Foldables march on Parliament.

March 2013 client work

Purple Ninja

We worked with vInspired to use game mechanics - status, achievement, rewards, and competition - to support young people's intrinsic motivations to do good things.

March 2013 Good times

Mint Bonus

Mint's democratically decided bonus scheme makes The Sunday Times.

April 2013 Community

BACON 2013

Highlights of the second BACON conference include rockets, drones, gardening and the Convince My Boss Videos.

April 2013 studio


Mint enters the healthcare debate developing, a service to connect patients with the best health services for the best price available.

June 2013 Ventures

Mint exits StickyGram

Mint sells Stickygram to Photobox. After 2 years of hard work and mad-cap exploration, we had built up an amazing community and learned more than we could ever hope to know about fulfillment processes and cat photos. We are incredibly proud of our little magnet business.

June 2013 Community

Foundry 2013

Foundry 3 are tasked with sustaining their future.

September 2013 Client work

Tesco Smartshop

Mint creates SmartShop with Tesco, through a phase of discovery and prototyping.

October 2013 Ventures

Marshmallow madness

Mint teams up with James Middleton to create Boomf. The site launched in just 6 weeks and was shipping orders in time for Christmas.

October 2013 Client Work

Quotables goes from web to TV

Mint teams up with Channel 4 to create an immersive playalong experience for the TV show Was It Something I Said inspired by a web property we made called Quotables.

October 2013 community

Ladies Who Code

Mint hosts the Ladies Who Code conference in Shoreditch.

November 2013 Good Times


Mint decamps to Berlin for its first company-wide European retreat. A play about the history of Mint is hastily written and performed. Notable performances include Will Fleming as a young Cameron Price.

November 2013 Ventures


Mint launches DeskBeers, office beer delivery service. It gets featured on CNN.


iPhone gets bigger • Kim Kardashian • Ice Bucket challenges

February 2014 Community

Kids challenge Mint

From the WebApp Weekender, to 4 Days To Launch, to Challenge Mint, kids set the mission for our week away. See the results and the varied responses.

April 2014 Community

BACON 2014

Our third year of BACON features talks from NASA, a tech fair and plenty of bacon treats.

April 2014 Client Work

GP Patient Survey

Mint created a way to easily navigate through the wealth of information created by IPSOS Mori, allowing patients to access key information about their local practices.

May 2014 Good Times

Projecteo in MOMA New York

Projecteo is chosen as a design piece for sale in the Museum of Modern Art in New York.

May 2014 Ventures

We launch The Bathory

Our first foray into disrupting the cosmetics industry. We handle everything from product formulation to creating our factory.

July 2014 Community

Foundry 2014

This year the challenge is: 'Create something to improve the quality of life of a group of people currently underserved by technology or design'.

August 2014 Ventures

Photographic nostalgia

Mint beta launch our iPhone app White Album.

August 2014 Ventures

Boomf spins out

Less than a year after we sold the first marshmallow with a selfie on it, Boomf raises a round of funding and becomes an independent company.

September 2014 Client Work

Stars at Your Service

To help raise awareness for Stand Up 2 Cancer, Mint teams up with Endemol and Channel 4 to create Stars at Your Service, a web platform encouraging the public to book a star for a day.

September 2014 Client Work

The Lineup

Mint in collaboration with Open Road Media, a publisher of discount electronic books, create a genre community around crime and foul play.

September 2014 Ventures

Boomf Pop-up

Boomf opens its first pop-up shop (well, tricycle) at Selfridges.

November 2014 Ventures

Picklive announces plans to float

If successful, Picklive will be the first idea started at Mint to make it to the stock exchange.

November 2014 Ventures

Boomf takes on the USA

Andy and James are on Good Morning America talking about Boomf, and are featured on CNBC.

November 2014 Ventures

Mint launches Tubesocks

Socks the colour of the tube.

November 2014 studio

Mint turns 10

The entire Mint team gets heavily nostalgic and makes a website of every detail of their last 10 years. And Utku sends Mint some donuts, which we put to good use!


Water on Mars • Greek Debt Crisis • Blue and Black Dress

February 2015 Client Work

Agatha Christie picks out Mint

After some ace detective work, Christie finds the perfect partner in crime.

March 2015 Ventures

White Album - the App

"App Turns your iPhone into a crappy disposable camera" says Wired. We take that as a compliment.

Dec 2015 Ventures

Mint generates 10x VC returns

We calculate our 5 year IRR is 275%. The typical European VC generates 25%. How do you like them apples?


Pokémon Go • AlphaGo • Obama Go • EU Go

January 2016 Ventures

Marshmallow Money

Boomf raises at $15m valuation. Clients include Topshop, Victoria's Secret and Jack Wills.

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End of the Line for TubeSocks

Our pun-based sock business hit the buffers. We donate the remaining stock to the Lodge at St Ursula's. 'My most rewarding day at Mint Digital' says Tim.

September 2016 Ventures

DeskBeers launches Same-Day Delivery

DeskBeers moves to new warehouse. London, the beer button has arrived!

August 2016 Good Times

Devon is a Place on Earth

WebApp Weekender hits the wild wild west country.

October 2016 Ventures

Snappetto for SnapChat

Mint develops personalised geo-filters before SnapChat does. Then SnapChat does.

October 2016 Client Work

Christopher and Dana Reeve Foundation website

Our new website for the Reeve foundation generates a 300% increase in peer mentoring requests, providing real support to people living with paralysis.

October 2016 Ventures

Popping the question with Projecteo

Mini projector is used to ask the big question.


#MeToo • BitCoin surge • Prince Philip steps down

January 2017 Ventures

Boomf Bomb Goes Viral

Exploding card gets millions of views.

July 2017 Client Work

VR for Schools

Mint match funds a crowdfunding campaign to support Hugh Myddelton Primary School in Clerkenwell. A rare spasm of do-gooding.

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WebApp Weekender in Kent

The best innovation? Yoga on the lawn every morning. Second best innovation? A series of Augmented Reality prototypes.

October 2017 Client Work

TRX Launches

International TV Rights marketplace is a huge project and possibly "the best piece of work that we've ever done".

October 2017 Ventures

Hotel-quality flatsharing

Mint launches Restly, which aims to be the WeWork of flatsharing.

December 2017 Client Work

OpenUp Challenge

Mint delivers UX consultancy to 20 leading UK fintechs.

December 2017 Client Work

Design work for Five.AI

We are proud to help this fantastic self-driving vehicles firm as they scale up.


Falcon Heavy • Koreas Make Peace • Russia World Cup

Jamuary 2018 Client Work

Flynotes Launch for

We helped build Flynotes, a digital consent platform that will revolutionise patient safety across healthcare.

February 2018 Client Work

InfluxDB completes series C

Well hellooo! Superstar Mint alumni Paul Dix finalises new round for his firm InfluxDB, taking total amount raised to $60m. For that sort of money, we'll forgive the serious photo.

February 2018 Studio

Minternational Women's Day

For the first time in Mint's history, we celebrate the production team being 50% women.

May 2018 Hard Times

Mint Calls it a Day

It was a normal Wednesday morning. We receive three bits of bad news and decide to call it a day. We quit while we're ahead.

That's all folks!

Here's to all the friends we made along the way. What a splendid bunch:

Aaron Suggs, Adam Pattison, Adam Rogers, Alasdair Forman, Alexander Smilansky, Alice Tyler, Amanda Patterson, Andre Souza, Andrea Jezovit, Andrew Appleton, Andrew Hilton, Andy Bell, Angela Maguire, Benjamin Redford, Bob D'Mello, Bradley Few, Cameron Price, Chara Oikinomodou, Cheng ji-Chen, Christopher Wilson, Colin Miller, Colin Roughan, Dan Valetici, David Biggs, David Hunt, Dean Strelau, Ed Ellson, Edd Sowden, Emily Carey, Fiona Foreman, Greg Beck, Hugh Boys, James Maskell, Jelmer Snoek, Jenny Wong, Jeremy Lee, Jessica Bird, Johanna Cranston, John Corrigan, Jonathan Branthwaite, Kaye Symington, Kejia Zhu, Kevin John Gomez, Kim Walker, Kitty Curran, Krzysztof Zylawy, Laura Grace, Leander Thom, Li Qui, Luke Overin, Makato Inoue, Malin Patel, Mansoor Munawar, Margo Urey, Marina Armero, Mathias Alvarez, Matt Collier, Matt Piwarski, Meetali Sharma, Mehdi Moukhfi, Micah Rajunov, Mona Yousefi, The indomitable Morkof, Nicola Balkind, Nicola Sherry, Noam Sohachevsky, Olly Frank, Paul Dix, Paul Fedory, Paula Buzzard, Pete O'Grady, Peter Westendorp, Pete Stevens, Phil Nash, Poppy Hope, Richard Ling, Ron DeVera, Salvatore Formisano, Sam Stanistree, Sandeep Gill, Sanjay Mistry, Sean Baines, Sean Treadway, Shoshi Roberts, Simon Fletcher, Simon Reed, Sophie Dermaux, Sophie Fisher, Steve Marshall, Stuart Waterman, Sylvia Harvey, Tayo Kopfer, Thomas Pomfret, Tim Morgan, Tom Harman, Tom Jarrett, Tom Mallinson, Tom White, Utku Can Akyuz, Valgerdur Petursdottir, Viraj Ratnalikar, Will Fleming, Zoe Chatten

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