Liv is our editor-in-chief. She's a 23-year-old production researcher, addicted to documentaries and clothes.
Hannah is a philosophy graduate from London who is currently studying Garment Technology. She is dedicated to improving diverse representation in the fashion industry and aspires to one day running her own fashion brand that caters to short women with big boobs.
Writer, editor and DJ, Antonia Odunlami is drawn to documenting and championing music and emerging sub-cultures from her frontline of east London, while drawing from further afield, wide-ranging global sounds and traditions that drive the new wave of artists on the rise.
Charlie works as a freelance journalist as well as helping to edit gal-dem. She's recently finished a Newspaper Journalism MA at City University via the Guardian, and tweets @CharlieBCuff.
Varaidzo is a student and essayist working in the arts. She has written for places like Media Diversified and New Statesman on topics of race and media representation, and is currently published in the acclaimed anthology 'The Good Immigrant'.
Halimah is a History and Sociology student with a penchant for gaming and shouting at contestants on quiz shows.
Heather is a youth worker and teaching assistant from London. She loves creative writing, cartoons, her pet rabbit, and editing for gal-dem.
Leyla's true love is illustration. She created our gal-dem logo and her work can be found all over the site.
Suyin Haynes is an intern at TIME magazine. In her spare time she can be found watching RuPaul's Drag Race, and editing for gal-dem.
Ifama is a recent Goldsmiths graduate and documentary enthusiast currently working in postproduction. An (almost) 6ft music video lover, gentrification hater and creator of gal-dem’s first video series ‘interlude’.
Co-founder of the I'm Tired project and gal-dem's social media co-ordinator. Paula recently graduated from the University of Nottingham having studied Sociology.
Shanice is a recent journalism graduate and gal-dem's social media co-ordinator and Twitter goddess – now masquerading as an actual adult in a marketing role whilst trying to release her inner care free black girl.