The Prescotian Webzine

  Charles McHugh is renowned in the field of Aviation Art. He joined the Royal Air Force, eventually qualifying as Helicopter Crewman Instructor in 96. Initially self taught, Chas received no formal art training, but instead developed a natural aptitude for painting over many years. His love of painting and a life long fascination for flying led to a specialization in aviation art. Many people have encouraged him in his artistic career and particular thanks are due to Mr Dai Davies, Art teacher at Prescot Grammar School who nurtured his talent as a teenager, and Mr Dan Dare, an aviation artist himself, who convinced Chas to make the transition from pencils to oils. More>>>
  John McIntyre has established a reputation as a fashion designer, working for all the 'biggies' in the Fashion Biz on an consultancy basis. A participating Member of The London Designer Collections, John has won numerous International awards for his work. John has had work featured in magazines such as Vogue and worked with
  Shaun Kearney was accepted on Northumbria University's fashion design course. It soon became apparent that while the young Merseysider might not have harboured any fashion ambitions, he was destined for bigger things. During his time at the university he scooped six major awards,including beating 14,000 other young hopefuls to scoop the prestigious Gifu World Student Fashion Competition in Japan.
He has since established himself as one of America's top fashion designers. He designed the ultra-feminine ball gown Hilary Swank wore when she won the best actress Oscar in 2001 for Boys Don't Cry. He has dressed fellow actresses Jennifer Aniston, Halle Berry and Sharon Stone. Latin songstress Jennifer Lopez has also stepped out in Shaun Kearney evening wear, as have Celine Dion and Cher.
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