Riyadh Khalaf is a journalist, YouTuber, and LGBT+ advocate. He is best known for his groundbreaking BBC docuseries Queer Britain in which he investigated issues affecting the queer community, including racism, eating disorders, religion, gender identity, and porn. He first came to prominence on YouTube where his comedy and LGBT+ videos made him a “gay big brother” to younger viewers looking for inspiration and help with their identities. His channel has amassed over 47 million views and been featured on outlets including CNN, NBC, The Guardian, Huffington Post, and BuzzFeed. Riyadh is now a regular host on BBC Radio 1’s Life Hacks and Unexpected Fluids shows, delving into young people’s mental health, sex and relationships.
Melissa McFeeters is a full-time freelance graphic designer and illustrator based in Philadelphia. After illustrating digitally for many years, she challenged herself to a personal project by creating and sharing a unique papercut illustration on Instagram every day for 100 days straight. Now she's lucky to have the opportunity to create papercut creations for clients. Her work has appeared in Communication Arts Magazine and the PRINT Regional Design Annual.