Frieze 91 Committee

A collaborative and collective approach is incredibly important to us at Frieze which has led us to the establishment of our Frieze 91 Committee; a group of international thought leaders within diverse industry sectors sharing varied perspectives and experiences. Our committee of AD100 Interior Designers, Fashion Designers featured in Vogue, Non-Profit Founders, Entrepreneurs, and C-Suite Executives are pivotal to the success and continued growth of Frieze 91. Their invaluable expertise and commitment to supporting arts and culture guide us to explore some of the most timely topics and emerging talent out there today. 

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Connor Tingley

Artist, Designer & Creative Strategist

From a young age, Connor Tingley was lucky to have a handful of mentors in pursuit of craft, personal language, and cultural awareness which has melded him into the type of artist and designer he is today. His direction is always intention first, with drawing and process following to address all his creative ventures. He is based in Los Angeles where he was born and raised-however, he considers the world his home. In 2023 he is between art practices, and leading the creative direction of his design firm, COOL, which focuses on creative business development, communication of ideas and storytelling for brands and people alike. 


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Sophie Ashby

Interior Designer

Sophie Ashby is an interior designer working all over the world designing homes and commercial spaces. She has a studio of about 20 and is currently working on projects in Paris, San Francisco, London and the home counties and further afield. She is passionate about the importance and power of art in the home and is a collector of contemporary African art. She has a degree in History of Art and in 2020 co-founded a charity called United in Design, created to address the lack of diversity in the industry. She also started a homeware brand called Sister which now has a physical shop with our studio in St James's Park. 


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Victoria Rogers


Victoria is currently an Advisor at X [formerly Google X] where she is pursuing research and developing strategy for an early-stage exploration to find a breakthrough technology business for Alphabet. Victoria holds an MBA from Stanford University, an MFA in Industrial and Civic Service Design from Parsons School of Design and a BA in Art History from Yale University. In her civic leadership, Victoria is an Executive Board member at the Brooklyn Museum and public art non-profit Creative Time, and co-founder and co-chair of the Black Trustee Alliance for Art Museums.


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Andre Herrero


Andre Herrero received his architectural training at the Rhode Island School of Design. He worked for David Chipperfield Architects, SANAA and SO–IL before starting his own firm with Adam Charlap Hyman. In his role as a principal of Charlap Hyman & Herrero, Andre opened the firm’s Los Angeles office to expand its capabilities bi-coastally, his experience in the field has enabled CHH to take on large scale projects with a flexible and creative approach. Andre ranks among Forbes Magazine’s “30 Under 30” in their art and style category.



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Suhair Khan


London-based Suhair Khan is a technologist, entrepreneur and a creative strategist. She’s founder of Open/Ended Design and led projects on culture, art and sustainability for over a decade at Google. She is a creative leader and entrepreneur connecting culture and technology.  



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Daisy Hoppen

Public Relations

Daisy Hoppen is the founder of DH-PR, a London based communications agency. They work with a global network of creatives on a range of projects providing a bespoke public relations service. She founded the firm in 2013 after having worked with several London based luxury PR firms. Daisy is a known for her timeless style, and passion for art and fashion.  



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Monica Irani


Monica began her art journey over a decade ago whilst visiting family in Iran and meeting with local galleries. She has taken a role to enable museums and galleries to collect from a more diverse group of artists from various backgrounds and professions. She helped establish the Young Ambassadors programme at the National Gallery where she is a member of their Steering Committee. Outside of her pursuing her passions, Monica works in the Hedge Fund industry, where she began her career nearly 15 years ago. 


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Jihaari Terry


Jihaari Terry or DJ Jihaari is a connoisseur of sound. He has opened for Kaytranada, Manny Fresh and even did and impromptu  DJ set for Yo Yo for Brandy's I wanna be down remix.  He is based in LA, and has been practicing his art for many years.  


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Sonya Tamaddon 

Advisor & Curator

Sonya Tamaddon is an advisor and curator specializing in exhibition programming, brand strategy, strategic partnerships and creative production for emerging galleries, private collections and alternative arts platforms.


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Poet, Visual artist, & Filmmaker

Julianknxx is an interdisciplinary poet, visual artist, and filmmaker, whose practice merges poetry, film, and performance to engage in a form of existential inquiry that at once seeks to find ways of expressing the ineffable realities of human experiences, while examining the structures through which we live. In casting his own practice as a ‘living archive’ or a ‘history from below’, Julianknxx draws on West African traditions of oral history to reframe how we construct both local and global perspectives. He does this through a body of work that challenges fixed ideas of identity and unravels linear Western historical and socio-political narratives, attempting to reconcile how it feels to exist primarily in liminal spaces. 


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Edeline Lee

Fashion Designer

Edeline Lee is a British-Canadian, London-based designer whose work has been worn by Alicia Vikander, Olivia Colman, Sharon Horgan, Sally Hawkins, Helen Mirren, Gemma Chan, Karen Elson, Taylor Swift, Phoebe Waller-Bridge, Ciara, Naomie Harris, Cynthia Nixon, Ruth Negga, Lashana Lynch, Amy Fine Collins, Queen Rania of Jordan and Solange Knowles. Her thoughtful approach features forward-thinking concepts about femininity, precise cut and refined craftsmanship.


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Campbell Addy

Photographer & Filmmaker

Campbell Addy is a London based artist born and raised in South London. His work follows unique narratives and authentic emotions in nature, with a focus on distinctive casting and under-represented faces. Since graduating from Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design in 2016, he has worked with editorial outlets including but not limited to i-D, Vogue, Financial Times, Dazed, TIME, Wall Street Journal Magazine, Rolling Stone Magazine, and Garage Magazine. Addy’s striking imagery has garnered him international success and awards such as, Forbes 30 under 30, 2021 & British Fashion Awards in both 2018 & 19.


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Arianna Nourse

Curator & Advisor

Arianna Nourse is an internationally-engaged, independent cultural consultant, writer and curator. She partners with leading artists, dealers and collectors to develop innovative collections, and exhibitions from conception to finissage. Her curatorial practice insists on curiosity and risk-taking between all participants. Much of Nourse’s research centres on complicating our understanding and expectations around hybridity and race.


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Joshua Pullman

Venture Capital

Joshua Pulman is the founder of the Silver Arts Projects, a non-profit artist residency in Lower Manhattan, and a passionate collector of art. Having grown up in South Texas surrounded by local galleries and artists, he is passionate about challenging existing models of arts patronage and perpetuate a culture of equality.