Michael G. Wilson OBE – chair Michael is a producer of the James Bond films and photography collector. He founded the Wilson Centre for Photography in 1998. The Centre is one of the largest private collections of photography today, with works ranging from the earliest extant photographs to contemporary prints. Neil Beck – treasurer Neil is acting chief executive officer of Wellers Accountants. A member of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales, Neil has extensive experience working with businesses in the licensed trade, restaurant and leisure industries. Pierre Brahm Pierre is on the board for the Bursary Fund of Photography at the National Media Museum, Bradford. He chairs the Photography Acquisitions Committee at TATE and is also a trustee at The Photographers Gallery. Ian Christie Ian is Anniversary Professor of Film and Media History and director of the London Screen Study Collection, Birkbeck College, University of London. Ian was previously professor of Film Studies at the University of Kent and visiting lecturer at Oxford University. Colin Ford CBE, trustee emeritus Colin is the founding head of the National Museum of Photography, Film and Television in Bradford (1983-1993), now the National Media Museum. He has an award named after him at the Royal Photographic Society and has penned over a dozen books. John Hyatt John is former chairman of the Mountview Academy of Theatre Arts, a governor of the Thomas Coram Foundation and holds trusteeships of a number of small charities. He retired as a banking director of HSBC Private Bank in 2007. Andrea Livingstone Andrea handled administration and awards coordination of the Foundation for 14 years prior to becoming a trustee. Before that, she was assistant director at the Booksellers Association, where she administered the Whitbread Literary Awards. She is now an administrator at the Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College London. Charles Merullo Charles is a book publisher specialising in illustrated books. He was a director of Getty Images until he founded Endeavour London in 1986. Previously, he was managing director or publisher of publishing houses Ebury, Macdonald’s and Orbis. Richard Ovenden Richard is the associate director and Keeper of the Special Collections at the Bodleian Libraries, University of Oxford. He is a fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and of the Society of Antiquaries, and holds a professorial fellowship at St Hugh’s College, Oxford. Richard has written extensively on the history of photography and is a member of the history faculty at Oxford. Katherine Priestly Katherine is co-founder and managing director of Lincoln Vale. She is strong believer in supporting the arts, which she principally does through her production company KP Productions. Katherine currently serves as board director of the Pitblado Foundation, which makes annual donations in support of medical charities and the arts. Michael Skrein Michael is the senior partner in Reed Smith’s intellectual property, media, advertising and technology disputes team in London. He specializes in litigation, but also advises on conflict and potential conflict situations, including crisis scenarios. Michael is a fellow of the Royal Society for the Arts.