Courtney Watson McCarthy is a paper engineer and graphic designer. With a degree in theatrical scenic design, she has worked as a model builder and designer in a variety of fields before discovering the magic of movable books. From the time she dissected her first pop-up book, determined to solve the riddle of how it worked, she was hooked. After experimenting with cards and other small projects, she went on to design and engineer Eye Magic, M.C. Escher Pop-Ups, New York Times acclaimed Gaudí Pop-Ups, Pop-Up Numbers, and Dalí Pop-Ups. She lives in the Hudson Valley with her husband and two daughters.
Elizabeth Way is an Assistant Curator at The Museum at FIT.
Ed Webb-Ingall is a film producer who holds a research position at the Chelsea College of Art and Design, London.
Anthony Webb is a London-based photographer and artist whose work has appeared in numerous publications including the Thames & Hudson’s StyleCity series.
Michael Webb is a Los Angeles–based writer who has authored more than twenty books on architecture and design, most recently Modernist Paradise: Niemeyer House, Boyd Collection, and Venice, CA: Art + Architecture in a Maverick Community, while contributing essays to many more. He is also a regular contributor to leading journals in the United States and Europe. Growing up in London, he wrote for The Times and Country Life before moving to the US to direct film programs for the American Film Institute and curate a Smithsonian exhibition, Hollywood: Legend and Reality, which traveled to major American cities and Tokyo.
Todd Webb was an American photographer.
Nicholas Fox Weber is executive director of the Josef and Anni Albers Foundation. He has curated many exhibitions and written extensively on the Bauhaus Group.
Jane Webster runs The French Table from her house in Normandy. She spends six months in France each year where she organizes cultural tours and cooking classes throughout the region.
Chris Weston, an English wildlife photographer and photo-journalist, is the author of more than fifteen photography books.
Emily Wheeler is a writer, stylist and interior designer who has written about interiors for the Daily Telegraph, Daily Mail, the Times, and Easy Living. She lives in London.
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Nik Wheeler is the co-founder of the award-winning Insiders Guide series of illustrated travel guides and the photographer of The Most Beautiful Villages and Towns of California, The Most Beautiful Villages and Towns of the Southwest, and The Most Beautiful Villages and Towns of the Pacific Northwest. He lives in California.
Henry Whitbread studied comparative theology at Cambridge University. He lives in England.
Michael Whitby is Professor of Classics and Ancient History at the University of Warwick.
Adam White has written about music for more than forty years. He scripted the Grammy-nominated radio documentary The Motown Story, was editor-in-chief at Billboard, and coauthored The Billboard Book of No. 1 R&B Hits. He was vice president of communications at Universal Music Group International from 2002 to 2012.
Luke White is a photographer specializing in interiors, portraits, and travel.
Michael White is a professor of history of art at York University.
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Frank Whitford was born in 1941 and educated at Wadham College, Oxford, the Courtauld Institute, London and the Freie Universitat, West Berlin. After a career as a journalist and a cartoonist, he taught at University College London, and then in Cambridge, where he is still attached to Wolfson College. Well known as a broadcaster and lecturer, he was for many years Tutor in Cultural History at the Royal College of Art, London. His other books include Klimt and Bauhaus (also in the World of Art Series); Oskar Kokoschka, A Life; Expressionist Paintings and the prize-winning Japanese Prints and Western Painters.
Neal Whittington is a freelance illustrator and designer, and the proprietor of the online store Present & Correct.
Ted Widmer has been at Brown since 2006 as Assistant to the President for Special Projects at Brown University and the Beatrice and Julio Mario Santo Domingo Director and Librarian of the John Carter Brown Library. From 2012 to 2013, he was a senior adviser to Secretary of State Clinton. He has written many works of history, including Martin Van Buren and American Speeches (Library of America).
Claire Wilcox is Senior Curator of Fashion at the V&A and Professor in Fashion Curation at the London College of Fashion, University of the Arts London.
Benjamin Wild is a Guest Lecturer at Condé Nast College of Fashion & Design in London and a leading authority on the history of fashion.
Christopher Wilk is Keeper of Furniture, Textiles, and Fashion at the Victoria and Albert Museum. He is the author of books on Marcel Breuer, Frank Lloyd Wright, and on the Thonet furniture company.
Richard H. Wilkinson is Regents’ Professor of Egyptian Archaeology Emeritus and Founding Director of the Egyptian Expedition at the University of Arizona.