Péjú Oshin is a British-Nigerian curator and educator based in London and currently Tate’s Young People’s Programmes Curator. Peju’s work explores liminality in culture, identity, and the built environment through working with artists, archives, and cultural artefacts with a keen focus on the possibilities of shared experiences across a global African diaspora. With a PgCert in Academic Practice in Art, Design, and Communication and status as an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (AFHEA), Peju continues to establish herself within the cultural sector.
Phil AllisonCEO/Founder Cultureshock Media and local resident
Phil Allison was publisher of Tate: the art magazine and Blueprint before launching Cultureshock with Tim Marlow in 2003. Since then, he has published over 400 titles (magazines, books and catalogues) with many cultural institutions. He has overseen the launch of major identities,
websites and films for several organisations (including The British Council and the Sainsbury Centre) and has produced a number of TV series, most recently Sky Arts Late.
Hannah Clayden is Project Manager at creative arts charity Create and works locally in community engagement. She believes in the importance of increasing access and representation in culture and working together towards a fairer society. She is a Youth Trustee working closely with the Youth Platform. She became involved in Peckham Platform as a volunteer in 2013 and worked as the Learning Assistant until 2017.
Tobi Kyeremateng FRSAProducer
Tobi Kyeremateng FRSA is a multi-award-winning multidisciplinary producer and writer from South London. Working across liveness, film, and community-centred programmes, Tobi has worked with organisations such as AFROPUNK, Institute of Contemporary Art, National Theatre, No Signal, Roundhouse, Royal Court Theatre, Tate Modern, and more, and has had work featured on BBC, NOWNESS, FACT Magazine, Complex, Screen Dance International Festival, The Vinyl Factory and 180 The Strand. Tobi has written for media outlets including gal-dem, The Independent, The Voice and LOVE Magazine and has written and co-directed audio commissioned by the ICA & BBC.
Harold Offeh is an artist working in a range of media including performance, video, photography, learning and social arts practice. Offeh is interested in the space created by the inhabiting or embodying of histories. He employs humour as a means to confront the viewer with historical narratives and contemporary culture. He has exhibited widely in the UK and internationally including Tate Britain and Tate Modern, South London Gallery, Turf Projects, London, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge, Wysing Art Centre, Studio Museum Harlem, New York, MAC VAL, France, Kunsthal Charlottenborg, Denmark and Art Tower Mito,
Kirsty StoberPublic Relations Specialist, and Youth Platform Alumni
Having taken part in the early years of the Youth Platform and other creative initiatives in Southwark, Kirsty Stober went on to study PR, Media, and Events in university. She’s worked as a producer in the first-ever Festival of Audacity, as well as Chinese new year at Birmingham’s Hippodrome, to even launching her independent event geared towards showcasing Black entrepreneurs in Birmingham last year. Since graduating, she has been working in Communications.
Slav Sikora-SikorskiHead of Finance Institute for Fiscal Studies
Slav Sikora-Sikorski is an experienced finance professional and head of finance at the Institute for Fiscal Studies. Having trained as a chartered accountant with Mazars LLP in the tax and forensic investigation departments, he worked as a financial controller at Met Film School in Ealing.
Helen Tovey Director of Marketing and Communications, The Unicorn Theatre. Local resident
Daniel Nascimento Digital Media, Google. Local resident
Emily Druiff is Peckham Platform’s founding Director, leading the organisation for its first decade as it achieved Arts Council England National Portfolio Status and established its commitment to social practice. Emily will continue to have a close relationship with Peckham Platform alongside her independent work as a social arts researcher, consultant and coach emilydruiff.com.