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Sam Pelly has been tak­ing pho­to­graphs ever since his mum gave him a red Kon­ica Pop cam­era in the 80s. He mostly works from a stu­dio in Som­er­set, and par­tic­u­larly en­joys tak­ing por­traits. This week he shoots a ris­ing gen­er­a­tion of an­tique deal­ers (p40).

Tom La­mont’s first job in jour­nal­ism was at Time Out be­fore he moved to the Ob­server, where he worked on its monthly sports magazine and then the New Re­view. He went free­lance in 2014 and has been keep­ing the wifi-en­abled cof­fee shops of Lon­don in busi­ness ever since. This week he goes for a long walk in the cap­i­tal with ac­tor Rami Malek (p16).

Tanya Gold be­gan her ca­reer as a di­arist for the Evening Stan­dard. Now she re­views cars for Vogue and restau­rants for the Spec­ta­tor. She has won fea­ture writer of the year at the Bri­tish Press Awards. She lives in west Corn­wall with her hus­band and son. Here, she scrolls back through her life on Twit­ter (p25), but on the whole is be­fud­dled by the in­ter­net.

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