Jo Conti is a costume designer, who has worked in opera, television commercials, light entertainment and drama. She is also the owner of Conti’s Ice Cream, an iconic Lampeter institution.
Cara Talluha Davies
Cara Tallulha Davies works as a visual effects producer in the film industry.
Richard Else is a writer, photographer, television producer and academic; in particular, he is a leading remote location filmmaker.
Dr Elizabeth Haines
Elizabeth Haines is an artist, who has worked as a painter, illustrator, teacher and writer.
Graham Hoyland is a writer, documentary maker, sailor and mountaineer. He was the fifteenth Briton to climb Everest.
Jules is an archaeologist, writer and broadcaster, probably best known for presenting Countryfile and Escape to the country.
Andy Lewis is a disc jockey, musician and record producer; his achievements include playing bass with Paul Weller.
Ian Marchant is a writer, broadcaster and performer.
Adrian Mourby is best known as a journalist, travel writer and novelist, as well as a producer of plays and operas.
Pamela J. Petro is an artist, author and educator. Although she is an American, her love for Wales is central to her work.
Reverend Andrew Timothy
Andrew ‘Tim’ Timothy (1912-1990) was the original announcer of The Goon Show, before becoming a BBC newsreader and then assistant head of presentation.
Rebecca Wheatley is an actress, presenter and cabaret singer; she is best known for her role in BBC’s hospital drama Casualty.
Andy White is a stand-up comedian.