Peter McCaughey | Lead Artist / Director

Peter is the Lead Artist developing and delivering Art & Living : Laurieston, an award-winning 10-year art strategy for Laurieston, South Glasgow, he is Vice Chair of the Board of WASPS Artists Studio, has served as Vice President of the Scottish Artists Union, is a Senior Lecturer in the Sculpture and Environmental Art Department of the Glasgow School of Art and teaches Mapping tactics across the UK and Europe.

As Lead Artist of WAVEparticle Peter has curated and delivered artwork for temporary installations and permanent commissions, as well as leading on community animation, place-making and masterplanning projects across the UK. Over the last six years, WAVEparticle has worked all across Scotland, delivering over twenty government-supported planning charrettes. WAVE supports particle, McCaughey’s independent self-directed practice, including Cultural Hijack.

Lizzy O'Brien | Fundraising / Press / Publicity

Lizzy O’Brien is a part-time fundraiser and currently manages fundraising and press for WAVEparticle. Lizzy O’Brien also works as a fundraiser for a range of arts organisations including NVA and The Hidden Gardens and has helped both organisations secure significant funding towards a range of projects.

Naomi van Dijck | Producer

Naomi is an artist and independent curator based in Glasgow. In her independent practice she explores ways of producing differently and how we can learn from existing structures to do so. For WAVEparticle she is responsible for the inhouse design, general production and digital communication. Naomi joined WAVEparticle in October 2018 after finishing her Masters in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) at the Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow. 

Danielle Banks | Engagement & Illustrator

Danielle is a Scottish artist and designer. Her practise is based around drawing, learning, re-use, environment and value systems. At WAVEparticle, Danielle supports the wider team developing art strategies / mapping in communities across Scotland. This work involves research, building relationships, artwork creation, workshop facilitation and presenting.