Daniel is an arts & health specialist focusing on complex emotional experiences. His BA and MA in Photography focused on the transformational impact of arts on mental health, building on his own & championing lived experience.
Antonia has a background as an arts & health practitioner working with a number of organisations across the UK. Antonia recently finished her MA in Photography at the Royal College of Art, exploring the phenomenology of mental health conditions.
Dr. Roy Macgregor
Chair of Trustees
Roy was a GP at the James Wigg Practice, retiring in 2013, now leading FSP & promoting Social Prescribing across numerous schemes nationally. He was the lead on the development of Kentish Town Health Centre & continues to work with architects on a number of different developments.
Dr. Elizabeth Goodburn
Liz was a GP at the James Wigg Practice for many years and has also worked in health systems development in several other countries. Liz is proud to support the innovative programmes of the Free Space Project within the inspiring environment of the Kentish Town Health Centre.
Sheila has been a patient in the practice for 36 years. With a career in the arts, Sheila has always been interested in the relationship between creativity and health. Sheila sees how the positive feedback from projects shows how helpful and vital they can be to promote both physical & mental health.
Dr. Sally Higginbottom
Sally is a GP who has worked in Kentish Town for 8 years. She has been interested in the links between art and health since her training and is delighted to be able to work with the Free Space Project to bring such a varied range of activities to the community.
Dr. Philip Posner
Trustee & Treasurer
Philip has been a partner in the practice for over 25 years, involved in management and training roles. Philip has championed the ethos of the practice, built around the importance of integrated working with other sectors including social care & charities.
Jo Johnston Stewart
Jo was brought up in Kentish Town and has not moved further than Tufnell Park all her life. She is a patient at the practice and is qualified as a lawyer, but for the last 25 years has brought up her family, alongside some teaching and running a charity which sponsors medical research. Jo and her husband keep bees.