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Uwe Stoklossa was born in Hessen, Germany, in 1975. He studied under Thomas Rempen at the University of Essen, where he gained a degree in communications design. He now works as a freelance copywriter and designer.
John-Paul Stonard, until recently a Senior Fellow at the Center for Advanced Study in the Visual Arts at the National Gallery of Art, Washington, is an independent art historian.
Adam N. Stone, aka King Adz, is a filmmaker, author, and creative director of 100proofTRUTH, an online magazine that celebrates urban culture. His previous books include The Stuff You Can’t Bottle.
Andrea Stone is Professor of Art History at the University of Wisconsin–Milwaukee.
Norman Stone is Director of the Turkish-Russian Centre at Bilkent University, Ankara. His previous books include The Eastern Front, 1914–1917 (winner of the Wolfson Prize), World War One: A Short History, and The Atlantic and Its Enemies: A Personal History of the Cold War.
Peter F. Stone is an expert on oriental carpets and the author of several books. He lives in Michigan.
Rebecca R. Stone is Professor and Faculty Curator of the Ancient Americas at Emory University.
Wilma Stone is a UK- based visual artist working within a range of media: clay, paper, found objects, film, and print.
Robert Storr is an artist, critic, and curator.
Chris Stringer is Head of Human Origins at the Natural History Museum, London.
Sir Roy Strong is an art historian, museum curator, writer, broadcaster, and landscape designer. He has served as director of both the National Portrait Gallery and the Victoria and Albert Museum in London. He is also an honorary fellow of the Shakespeare Birthplace Trust.
Poul Strøyer was a Danish cartoonist, illustrator, and artist.
Jane M. Struthers is Head of Publications at the University of the Arts, London, which houses the Stanley Kubrick Archive.
David Stuart is Professor of Mesoamerican Art and Writing at the University of Texas, Austin.
George Stuart is founding president of the Center for Maya Research in North Carolina and the former Staff Archaeologist of the National Geographic Society.
Joe Studholme cofounded Editions Alecto and undertook the printing of Banks’ Florilegium from the original copper plates.
David Stuttard taught at the universities of Edinburgh, St. Andrews and York, and has written numerous books including A History of Ancient Greece in Fifty Lives and, along with Sam Moorhead, The Romans Who Shaped Britain.
Hiroshi Sugimoto (b. 1948) is a Japanese photographer currently dividing his time between Tokyo, Japan and New York City, United States.
Fahmida Suleman is Phyllis Bishop Curator for the Modern Middle East at the British Museum. She is the editor of Word of God, Art of Man: the Qur’an and its Creative Expressions.
Eyemazing Susan is the nom de plume of Susan Zadeh, an Amsterdam-based curator and the founder of Eyemazing, which won a Lucie award in 2008 for best photography magazine.
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Thomas Sweertvaegher is a Belgian photographer.
Tilda Swinton is an Academy Award-winning actress whose film debut in Derek Jarman’s Caravaggio marked the beginning of a close association with the director. She lives in Scotland.
Tom Sykes is a writer and journalist, and he edits The Royalist blog for The Daily Beast. His previous books include Blow by Blow: The Story of Isabella Blow and Sina Sana: Travels in Malaysia.