Selim Korycki was born in Gdansk (Poland) and was educated at London College of Communication and University of Westminster. He graduated with a BA Honours Photography degree from University of Westminster in 2012.
Selim works mainly with still images and video. His practice explores topics such as cultural and national identities, and various other social and political issues.
Selim is currently based in London, UK.
22-year-old Elanor is a cyclist riding for Welwyn Wheelers Cycling Club. After a brief but successful spell as a triathlete (she represented GB at the 2012 World Sprint Age Group Championships and won a Bronze medal in the 2012 European Age Group Championships) Elanor now concentrates exclusively on cycling.
In 2013 she rode the entire National Road series and Women’s Team series improving her results throughout the season and ending the year with few regional cyclo-cross series wins.
18 year old Keira McVitty is a former youth national champion in the road cycling and has numerous national podium medals across road, track, cyclo-cross and time trials.
She twice rode the prestigious International Youth Tour of Assen: in 2011 with the British Cycling Olympic Talent Team, and in 2012 when she came 5th (with consistent 3rds and 4ths on the sprint stages).
In 2013 Keira won a bronze medal for the 10km scratch race at the Junior National Track Championships, beating the whole GB Junior Worlds Track Team including the current Junior Team Pursuit and Sprint World Champions.
Later in 2013 she got her first category racing license and won a couple of road races towards the end of the season (one being a second category men’s race in which she attacked alone with 6 km to go and held off the bunch to the line).
She is currently riding for Brixton Cycles Club. In 2013 Brixton CC women’s team wiped the floor on the track, breaking the Herne Hill Velodrome team pursuit record and winning the women’s team track champs.