Made in the Valley moved into The Egg Factory in the summer of 2014 and after much floor scrubbing, white paint and some furniture moving, we opened our doors to co-workers in January 2015.
Creative artist and drawer of mythical creatures. Rachel co-manages the Egg Factory, always with a friendly face, and often to be seen tackling a bit of Egg factory DIY.
Ceramics tutor and maker of things.
Katch is red hot on organising events and generally being a good egg.
Retired from being a Careers Adviser Sue still can’t resist dishing out advice. She also does the dishes.
All round designer with a fondness for fonts, Amy co-manages the Egg Factory and does a bit of screen printing now and then.
Nic makes beautiful machine knitted garments with us on Wednesdays and Thursdays and runs workshops.
Amanda is a writer, poet and theatre educator. Until recently she was a much loved and esteemed Director of Education at Manchester's Royal Exchange but is now enjoying the thrills of a freelance life in her little office at The Egg Factory.
Julia makes "bright pictures to escape grey days". She teaches, paints and does her screen printing at The Egg.
Emma is a graphic artist who manages to live in Hebden and work in Brighton. She's incredibly prolific with a daily output of words and mark making that would shame Picasso.
Zephie and Jimmy are setting up the UK branch of Proveg, a charity that works with governments, private companies, public institutions, medical professionals, and the public, to help them transition to a more plant-based society and economy that is sustainable for humans, animals, and our planet.
Pippa is a paper cutting artist, making astoundingly intricate work. She screen prints here with Captain Danger, her pug.
A freelance journalist with an interest in food issues, Marie-Claire has recently trained as a permaculturist. She often writes and collaborates on local projects from The Egg Factory.