Andy Campbell is a digital writer and the author of dreamingmethods.com, a website described by the Times Educational Supplement as “a semi-cinematic, semi-literary blend… a distinctive voice that couldn’t be replicated in print.” He is Director of Digital Media for One to One Development Trust (onetoonedevelopment.org) heading up website and multimedia design and working on a wide range of arts projects in communities often with challenging and hard to reach groups. Campbell was a judge in 2010/11 for the New Media Writing Prize established by Bournemouth University; the annual prize, now in its 3rd year, is supported by sponsors, including Dreaming Methods. Campbell is the Creative Developer for the pioneering digital novel Inanimate Alice written by award-winning novelist Kate Pullinger (inanimatealice.com).
Mez Breeze is an Australian-based artist and practitioner of net.art, working primarily with code poetry and digital multimedia works combining text, code, image and sound. Born Mary-Anne Breeze, she uses a number of avatar nicknames, including Mez and Netwurker. She received degrees in both Applied Social Science [Psychology] at Charles Sturt University in Bathurst, Australia in 1991 and Creative Arts at the University of Wollongong in Australia in 2001. In 1994, Breeze received a diploma in Fine Arts at the Illawarra Institute of Technology, Arts and Media Campus in Australia.
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