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.