A PechaKucha fan since being invited to present at one of the first UK nights back in 2003 at the ICA London, Woody now produces the official regular nights in Brighton. She co-curates and hosts the evenings of quick-fire talks with journalist and editor Alex Leith. PechaKucha means 'Chit Chat' in Japanese and it's format is simple, yet highly engaging.
Presenters show 20 slides for 20 seconds each. Created by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, two European architects, based in Tokyo Japan. Find out more about the global creative network and find your favourite PechaKucha presentation here
creative direction + illustration
face-to-face + online event design + curation
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Woody's Studio collaborates on a diverse mix of creative projects, from super graphics that adorn hospital walls to creating sell-out fashion collections. The studio also curates and delivers online events for the education and arts sectors.
Woody, also known as Zara Wood, creates, curates and educates.
A co-founder of The Enquiry Desk project and Brighton's PechaKucha producer for for several years, she is a senior illustration lecturer and part of the International Association of Illustration Academics forum.
One-off artworks to buy online
Original artwork by Woody, including the lastest Little Treasures
(original miniatures framed in vintage jewellery)
Rest assured that the highest standards of hygiene, are being carried out when your online orders are packed.