Sandra is a British Macedonian apprentice in the field of semiotics and cultural insight, fascinated with decoding communication, cultural innovation, identities and intercultural misunderstandings. She has so far completed a dissertation on theatrical performances of Shakespeare in Japan; researched the role of culture in English language teaching and conducted contrastive analysis of the English and Macedonian media discourse. After working for almost a decade in Skopje’s independent alternative radio station Kanal 103 and singing in several indie-pop bands, she moved to the UK where she continues to blog about music, contemporary design, innovation and cultural trends in her tumblr blog Lofidelica.
London, United Kingdom
Joshua Glenn, a commercial semiotics veteran with over 15 years' experience in the field, is co-principal of the Boston- and New York-based consultancy Semiovox, and emeritus co-founder (with former colleague Malcolm Evans) of this website, Semionaut. He is editor and author of several books, including SIGNIFICANT OBJECTS, THE IDLER'S GLOSSARY, and the bestselling family activity series UNBORED. More info here.
Jon is active as a musician and music teacher in the UK and enjoys playing and singing music in many styles. He recently performed minimalist composer Steve Reich's Electric Counterpoint during the Brighton Festival. Jon is also interested in musicology and the cultural context of music-making.