Chris Murray is the founder and director of Govinda Gallery in Washington, D.C. For over thirty years, Murray has organized more than 200 exhibitions of many of the nation’s leading artists and photographers.
Richard Harrington, a writer whose work has appeared in the Washington Post and the Washington Star, has covered such artists as U2, the Rolling Stones, Paul McCartney, Jay-Z, Tim McGraw, Dolly Parton, James Brown, David Bowie, and many others. Harrington also edited two Washington alternative newspapers, Woodwind and Unicorn Times.
Chris Salewicz has documented popular culture for more than three decades, in print and on television and radio. A features writer with NME from 1974 to 1981, he has published his writing, on a wide variety of subjects, in the Sunday Times, the Independent, the Daily Telegraph, Condé Nast Traveller, Q, Mojo, The Face, Time Out and many other British publications, as well as in countless publications worldwide. While living in Jamaica, he cowrote Third World Cop, at the time the most successful film ever made in the Caribbean, and he is the author of fifteen books, including the acclaimed Rude Boy: Once Upon a Time in Jamaica; Redemption Song: The Definitive Biography of Joe Strummer; and Bob Marley: The Untold Story. He lives in London.