Ella Bull trained in London and is now on her own, making bespoke pieces that "evoke a reverence of British heritage and eclecticism".
Thomas Von Nordheim's interest in tailoring started when he took an old coat apart and used it as a pattern.
Californian Johnetté Taylor set up her own business in London in 2010 and now makes every piece by hand, one bag at a time.
Ceramicist Chris Keenan began working with clay in his mid-thirties after a 12-year acting career.
South London-based Catarina Riccabona realized she wasn't cut out for an office job and became a textile designer and weaver.
Rachael South discovers a love for the family business, where she finds fulfillment in the history and potential longevity of her work.
London-based Daniel Heath draws historically inspired illustrations before printing them on everything from wallpaper to fabric to tile.
A computer scientist becomes a shoemaker because of a desire to do something with his hands and re-connect with a traditional craft.
We talk to Rachel Scott, who has been hand-weaving rugs since 1976 when the carpet on her stairs wore out and needed replacing.
We talk to artist and sign painter Archie Proudfoot, who uses traditional signage to explore our relationship with language.