in alphabetical order
Beth has a BA degree in Philosophy and a diploma in Journalism.
She has worked as a journalist for over 8 years and has good knowledge on interview methods and content writing. She has experience in administration and marketing.
Fatou is a PhD student in Development Studies at the University of Iceland. She also has a MA degree in Development Studies and a BA degree in Anthropology. Fatou has great experience in administration, project development and project implications.
Júlía Margrét Einarsdóttir
Júlía is a BA Philosophy graduate and has a MA degree in Creative Writing from the University of Iceland. She has also earned an MFA degree in Screenwriting from the New York Film Academy in Los Angeles. Júlía has published 3 works of fiction since 2015 and works as a cultural journalist and writer for The Icelandic National Broadcasting Service (RÚV). She has also written several screenplays and has experience as a director.
Ragnar Ingi Magnússon
Ragnar graduated with a diploma in Filmmaking from the Icelandic Film School in 2015 and has a BA degree in Filmmaking from DBs Films Berlin. Ragnar has great experience working on film sets. He has taken on the roles of director and cinematographer; he has also worked a lot in post production with special emphasis on audio processing.
Sólveig has a BA degree in Film Theory and a MA degree in Creative Writing from the University of Iceland. She is currently working on an additional BA degree in English. Sólveig has co-owned and co-managed one of the best-known music venues in Reykjavík for the last 8 years, Gaukurinn. She is also a drag performer and has experience in event management and marketing.
Tinna Björk Helgadóttir
Tinna is a BA graduate in Sociology and has a MA degree in Public
Administration from the University of Iceland. She has great experience in administration, project planning and financial operations. Tinna recently carried out a large research project concerning literacy in after school programs and as a result published
a handbook on the subject.
Drawings of Collective members are a collaboration between Marta Sveinbjörnsdóttir and Sunna Shabnam Halldórudóttir.