Celia Brooks Brown is one of the talented teacher-chefs at the world-famous bookshops Books for Cooks in Notting Hill, London. She has written six cookbooks, appears regularly as a cook on TV, and works as a food consultant.
Adam Caplin studied horticulture at Reading, in southern England, before running several successful nurseries and garden centers, including the Chelsea Gardener. He is the co-author of "New Kitchen Garden" (Ryland Peters & Small) and a contributor to "Easy Gardening" and "BBC Gardener''s World" magazine.
Caroline Hughes began her photographic career in fashion, but after the birth of her second child she turned her camera on the garden, deciding to put her love of plants to better use. Caroline now photographs gardens, for many publications, including the Daily Telegraph, Homes & Gardens, and The English Garden. She lives in London with her daughters and her husband, Mat, whose plants provide the inspiration and material for many of her photographs.
William Shaw trained at Salisbury College of Art, and is now a leading lifestyle and food photographer whose work has appeared in many magazines, including Country Life, Country Living, Sinsbury''s The Magazine, House Beautiful, Homes & Gardens, Country Homes & Interiors, and various BBC magazines.