Dan Petley: came to art in his early 20s, achieving BA Hons First Degree Hons in Fine Art Practices at Plymouth College of Art (2005-2008). He has been facilitating successful events and projects since 2007 while sustaining a productive freelance output of his own work, which includes making paintings and jewellery. Following work as a support assistant in schools since 2013 he incorporated skills learned while supporting vulnerable young people in democratising art practice, making accessible projects where all participants are invited to progress creatively while developing social skills. These influences formed the foundation of Brick Project.
Fraisia Bruist-Papazian: is experienced in working in the arts and events, including roles as Gallery Supervisor, Duty Manager and Box Office Supervisor. Since achieving an M.A in Performance Writing at Dartington College of Arts (2002-2003) after her 2.1 B.A in Drama and Performance Studies at University of Wales, Aberystwyth (1998-2000) she has delivered many successful events while remaining flexible in a wide variety of challenging creative opportunities. Her passion for the arts has led to freelance and voluntary work including performing and devising in theatre company Sedated By A Brick. Fraisia has been involved with Brick Project since September 2019.
David Gould: is a landscape archaeologist who obtained a PhD in Archaeology from the universities of Exeter and Bristol specialising in historic rabbit warrens. He has previously worked as a researcher at the department of archaeology at Exeter University, a heritage consultant at Cotswold Archaeology and voluntary education assistant at the SS Great Britain working with Key Stages 1-2 school groups. He has participated in numerous Brick Project activities and became officially involved as our Heritage Consultant in 2021. He is also currently freelancing as an archaeological illustrator working closely with Exeter Cathedral.