Martha co-founded and now runs IFLA!. She also works in built environment policy and research.
Jackson leads on the editorial development and production of articles in IFLA!. He also works as a climate and environmental writer, with a special focus on energy.
Nina co-founded IFLA!, leading our image, illustration and creative direction. She is an illustrator and educator, working with students and non-students. Her research focus is illustration and visual storytelling in climate.
Matthew co-founded IFLA!, leading our graphic design and creative direction. He also works on other climate projects as part of his independent practice as a graphic designer and illustrator.
Hiren develops our audio and sound work, as well as contributing to the editorial direction of the project. He is also a filmmaker and producer.
Steph has worked across the project, including on social media, design, editorial content and partnerships. She also works in marketing for a green tech company within the commercial real estate sector.
Shaista works on all aspects of our digital content creation. She also works for an environmental NGO and supports a climate youth mentorship programme.
Eleanor has been an IFLA! editor since Issue 1. She is also a barrister practising public and environmental law.
Zainab writes for online and print publications about the intersections between fashion, faith, climate and capitalism. She is particularly interested in teachings and practices of environmentalism in Islam and Pakistani culture.
Katie works in non-fiction publishing in an editorial role. She focuses on books about history, politics and environmental issues.
Elspeth is a writer and poet who is interested in exploring the possibilities and limitations of the body and how our identity impacts our relationship with the environment. Her nature writing has been shortlisted for Canongate’s Nan Shepherd Prize and Penguin’s Write Now scheme.
Ellie is a theatre director based in Birmingham, Regional Associate Schools Manager at the Royal Shakespeare Company and is an experienced facilitator working with young people and communities. Ellie is committed to making theatre more sustainable and is a Sustainability Champion trialling the Theatre Green Book guidance.
Coming in 2023.