Susan Andrews is Reader in Photography and MA Photography course leader at The Cass Faculty of Art,
Architecture and Design. She is a practicing photographer whose research interests include the family,
home, perception and memory, focusing on the boundaries between public and private worlds. Her work has
been published and exhibited widely, including at The International Incheon Women Artists’ Biennale,
The National Portrait Gallery, London and at The Geffrye Museum where she collaborated with visual
anthropologist, Dr Inge Daniels. Andrews is a writer, curator and the research project director of The East
End Archive at The Cass.
Nicholas Haeffner is Senior Lecturer at The Cass, Faculty of Art Architecture and Design where he runs
Critical and Contextual studies for art and photography students. He also teaches art history and theory
on the MA in Curating the Contemporary which is run in partnership with the Whitechapel Gallery. He
has published widely on film, photography, new media, critical theory and cultural history. He has written
extensively on Alfred Hitchcock’s films and has curated two Hitchcock related exhibitions. Haeffner is also
a practicing photographer whose work has been featured in publications such as The Independent,
The Australian and the Griffith Review.