Baier is an avant garde British furniture designer maker who, from the 1970s, re-defined the boundaries of furniture making.
Taught by Dunstan Pruden, silversmith Gerald was the son of E A Sallis Benney, principal of the Art College in the 1940s.
Born in Margate in 1901, pioneering potter and teacher Norah Braden moved to Sussex and began teaching at the Brighton School of Art in 1936.
Maisie Broadhead graduated from the Faculty of Arts with a 3D Design BA(Hons) in 2002.
Cheung at University of Brighton, College of Arts and Humanities
Sandrine Cohen is principally a jewellery designer and has been represented in the collections of a number of prestigious firms.
Cermacist, Phoebe Cummings, has undertaken a number of artist in residencies and exhibitions, including at Jerwood Visual Arts.
University of Brighton graudate, James Enright's company, Propshop Modelmakers, has its offices, studios and workshops at the iconic Pinewood studios.
3D design tutor Sean Hetterley, was warmly remembered by colleagues for his murals at the annual Pottery Party.
Johnson’s work considers how design can exist for the cognitive, as well as our physical needs.
Jane Penty is a practicing designer and educator who worked with the Faculty of Arts until 2010 with major successes in funded research.
Silversmith who worked under Eric Gill at Ditchling, Pruden is widely recognised for his ecclesiastical commissions, several of which are in the V&A.
Chris Rose (MDesRCA) led Three Dimensional Design and Materials Practice at Brighton between 1994-2007
Richard Slee has established an international reputation and in 2001 was awarded the Jerwood Applied Arts Prize for Ceramics.
Tanner' s collections successfully combine traditional manufacturing with contemporary British design.