Christopher Ondaatje now lives in England. His books include Hemingway in Africa, The Man-Eater of Punanai, and The Last Colonial.
Richard Oram’s publications include Scotland’s Kings and Queens.
James Orrom is professor for product and furniture design at the Rosenheim University of Applied Sciences in Germany. He cofounded Umlauf & Orrom Studio for Industrial Design in 1987, producing furniture, film equipment, porcelain, glassware, and other products for international clients including BMW, Siemens, and Villeroy & Boch.
Caroline Osborne has taught art history for more than thirty years.
Mark Ottaway was formerly chief travel writer for the Sunday Times of London.
Paul Overy was educated at King’s College, Cambridge. He lectures on the history of art, architecture and design at London University, the London Institute and Middlesex Polytechnic and as been an art critic for The Times, The Financial Times and The Listener. He is the author of Kandinsky: The Language of the Eye (1969) and an earlier volume on De Stijl and is co-author of The Rietveld Schroder House (1988).
Gwendolyn Owens is Liaison Officer in the Office of the Provost at McGill University and a curator and critic who writes on North American art and architecture.
William Packer was art critic at the Financial Times from 1974 to 2004.
Alfred Pacquement is Director of Centre Pompidou, Paris.
Sheila Paine is an expert on textiles and tribal societies and the author of numerous books. She lives in England.
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Juhani Pallasmaa is a Finnish architect and former professor of architecture and dean at the Helsinki University of Technology. He was director of the Museum of Finnish Architecture 1978–83, and head of the Institute of Industrial Arts, Helsinki.
Hugh Palmer is one of Britain’s leading photographers of architecture and gardens. His books include The Most Beautiful Villages of Greece, The Most Beautiful Villages of Provence, and The Most Beautiful Villages of Ireland.
Ann Paludan lived in Beijing from 1972 to 1976, and returns there regularly. Her other books include The Imperial Ming Tombs and The Chinese Spirit Road. She lives in England.
Stella Panayotova is Keeper of Manuscripts at the Fitzwilliam Museum, Cambridge. She is the editor, with Paul Binski, of The Cambridge Illuminations: Ten Centuries of Book Production in the Medieval West.
Svetlana Pankova is a curator and senior research fellow at the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg.
Dimitra Papagianni has taught courses on the Neanderthals at the Universities of Cambridge, Oxford, and Bath. She lives in New York State.
Stefano Papi is based in London and has worked as Senior European Specialist in the jewelry departments of both Sotheby’s and Christie’s auction houses.
Nick Park joined Aardman Studios in 1986. His Oscar-nominated A Grand Day Out introduced the world to Wallace and Gromit.
David Parkinson is a freelance film critic and historian, and the author of several books on the subject. He lives in London.
Neil Parkyn, an architect and city planner, is a prize-winning journalist and illustrator. He lives in England.
Eugenia Parry has written or contributed to numerous books on art and photography, including To Collect the Art of Women, Vanishing Presence, Degas Monotypes and Harms Way.
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Helen Parton’s work has appeared in magazines including OnOffice, Grand Design, and FX. She lives in London.
Shobhna Patel is a British papercut artist, paper engineer, and illustrator.