Beata Maria Rzepecka is a graduate of Goldsmiths, University of London with an MA in Image and Communication. Her latest research brings together the arts and medical science through a series of projects. Since 2014 she has worked extensively as a Curator under the wings of Gabriel Fine Arts and pursued numerous charitable projects through Gabriel Enterprise charity. She is currently studying Project Management at the University of Oxford.
Andrew Edinburgh is an event organiser with years of customer service experience, from art exhibitions and auctions to gaming and fun casinos, and has helped raise money for charities such as Great Ormond Street Hospital, Street Kids International and South bank mosaics. He has experience with event planning, the organisation of hosts and venue, working with sponsors, health and safety, presentations, introducing and interviewing of guests and post-event social media updates. He also works closely with Gabriel Fine Art, developing student art auctions.
Melissa Budasz is a new Trustee to Gabriel Enterprise. She has worked with both Maria and Andrew since 2013 and has actively exhibited her artwork with Gabriel Fine Art in this time. Melissa studied fine art painting at Camberwell and Norwich Art Schools (1997) and lives and works in London. She has curated and exhibited in several large-scale projects, events and exhibitions including Uniqlo Tate Lates, Tate Modern (Feb 2018), a solo exhibition at Conway Hall, London (2017), Broadcasting House for the BBC 100Women (2016), University College London TEDxUCLWomen (2016), Gerald Moore Gallery (2015), Dulwich Picture Gallery (2014), Guys Hospital London Bridge (2014) and she was a prize winner in the Big Draw (2015) for a site-specific collaborative drawing she co-devised, Hidden Narratives Dangerous Liaisons. She was the Chair and Director of South London Women Artists (2013-2016) and the founder and former editor of ArtVerve Magazine (2014-2017). Her works are featured in public collections, including Conway Hall Archive Library and in private collections in the UK and USA.