Professor Graham Richards is Wet Zebra's non-executive chairman. A fellow of Brasenose College, Oxford, he is a member of the Royal Society of Chemistry and the Royal Institution. Graham founded Oxford Molecular, worth £450 million at its peak, and has developed a number of commercial interests since. Graham chaired the publishing board of the Royal Society of Chemistry (£36 million annual turnover – profit £11 million) for six years. He has published 17 books.
Catherine Airey is Wet Zebra's deputy editor. After graduating from the University of Cambridge, Catherine spent a year working for Penguin Random House before joining Wet Zebra. Catherine's favourite authors include Ali Smith, Zadie Smith, David Mitchell and Jonathan Franzen. She likes friction in fiction and worries about the future of social interaction in an increasingly contactless universe. You can get in touch with her remotely at email@example.com
Mike Cottrell is Wet Zebra's researcher. A recent graduate from the University of Southampton with a background in creating theatre, music and a plethora of media ventures, Mike is making his first foray into the world of online publishing with Wet Zebra. Mike is a keen devourer of popular culture with a love of fresh ideas and explosive writing. His favourite writers include Hunter S. Thompson, David Mamet and Haruki Murakami. You can get in touch with him at firstname.lastname@example.org
Martin Gilbert is non-executive director of Wet Zebra. Born in Malaysia, Martin was educated in Aberdeen and has an MA in Accountancy and an LLB. He is the co-founder and Chief Executive of Aberdeen Asset Management. He divides his time between Aberdeen, where the business has always been headquartered, and London, as well as overseeing the international operations of the Group.
Nicola Horlick is non-executive director of Wet Zebra. She has been a leading financier in the City of London and managed a number of investment businesses over many years. Educated at Balliol College, Oxford she has a lifelong passion for drama and literature, and wrote the bestselling biography of her early life Can You Have It All?
Shaun Fagan is Wet Zebra’s director of marketing and social media strategy. He has extensive experience in software development, business analytics, and event and project management. Shaun is the founder of Black Dog New Media, a social-media and digital-marketing agency that provides comprehensive engagement strategies and mentoring programmes for emerging businesses.
Paul English is co-founder and publisher of Wet Zebra Media. He has owned and run businesses all the way through the book industry. He is a commissioned author on business improvement for the Institute of Directors and was CEO of the UK's largest library book supplier (after raising venture capital funds to acquire and consolidate 3 leading library suppliers). Through a 2nd management buy-in he became the largest management shareholder in the UK's largest book wholesaler (Bertrams).
Martin Baker is co-founder and editor of Wet Zebra Media. An author, screenwriter, and editor, he is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts. His first novel, Meltdown, was published by Macmillan in 2008. Its sequel is Version Thirteen. Version Thirteen, is published by Penguin Random House. The third in the trilogy will be published in 2017. Martin is the authorised biographer of David Moyes, the football manager.