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SOGO MAGAZINEContributorsISSUE ONE SUMMER 15CRAIG WALLACEA begining in print orignation and design led to a career in Art Direction, bringing together all elements of the creative process that result in outstanding content in a well-concieved format.DAVID PRATTA Photography degree from Glasgow School of Art in the 1980s marks David out from other foreign reporters. Postings in Beirut, Gaza, Kabul and Sierra Leone, among others, have led to foreign editorship of the Sunday Herald.STUART COSGROVEAs comfortable talking about Motown as his native Fair City of Perth, Stewart wears many broadcasting hats, from football, to current affairs & music, and is a Senior Manager at Channel 4.BRIAN McFIEAn musician/composer and visual artist, Brian’s work is as varied in style as it is by platform and thematic concept – from Art School to The Big Dish, Lola in Slacks to the Marcelle House group of artists.GUS IRONSIDEGus Ironside was born and raised in North-East Scotland and now resides in Lanarkshire. Gus is a contributor to Louder than War. The I-94 Bar. Is This Music?, Shindig! and Viva Le Rock.S2OGO MAGAZINE SU15NEAL STEWARTA Glasgow native, Neal decamped to Fife for an undergraduate before teaching in France, Italy, Turkey and Austria, among others, before making it back home via a Masters degree in the Netherlands.LINDSEY McINTOSHAn enthusiast of the arts, Lindsey is a recent English Literature graduate from the University of Strathclyde. Originally from Greenock, she currently resides in Glasgow and hopes to pursue a career in journalism.JOHN QUIGLEYLeaving home for London's West End, the bright lights got even brighter as he became a private chef for some of music's biggest names before opening Glasgow's now-legendary Red Onion restaurant in 2005.NEIL SMITHHaving a jewellery business came almost as an accident for a Drama graduate between jobs. After opening his first shop from his flat in the West End, Orro opened in the Merchant City in 2000, and now occupies a unique place in the Glasgow retail scene.BARRYYOUNGFormer projectionist, bouncer, publican and crematorium worker Barry Young runs Young's Interesting Books in Skirving Street, Shawlands, where the stock includes many classic Penguin editions. His personal favourites are the 1970s John Wyndham covers by Harry Willock.


































































































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