Emma Witter is a British artist who works with found and discarded biomass to make intricate, botanical sculptures, breathing new life into lost things. Graduating from Central Saint Martins with first-class honours in 2012, she is the recipient of numerous awards including the ‘Seed Fund’, The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Award, and UAL’s award for ‘Best New Business’.
Represented internationally, she has exhibited widely, most notably her solo show at Sarabande, the Lee Alexander McQueen Foundation in London.

Nico Kos Earle is a writer interested in the poetry of form and the music of colour. She met Emma through the artist Andrea Hamilton with whom she collaborates on @_thecolourproject.