Debbi Clark HVH Arts
Debbi Clark

Debbi Clark studied art at The Central St Martin’s College of Art, where she acquired a great insight into the world of fashion and style and fell in love with the photographic arts. She went on to gain a BA Hons in photography at the London College of Printing. Debbi is a professional photographer and owns a successful media company. She is on the board of Directors of Collingham Gardens Nursery school in Bloomsbury, London. Debbi has substantial experience as a professional charity fundraiser.

Dee Johnston
Programme Coordinator

Dee is an accomplished professional with 15+ years working in the financial sector with extensive experience leading on business administration, project and event management. During the past 4 years, Dee has worked independently for a local Charity within business development and as part of a Trustee Board at St. Paul’s CoE Primary School NW7.

Patricia Jones
Patricia Jones
Creative Director

Patricia studied at London college of Fashion, which allowed her to explore her creativity and discover her own technique. From this she established herself as a successful personal stylist. She has since worked on many photo shoots in addition to work as a creative art director. Patricia has been involved in supporting charities including Barth Syndrome, a condition her nephew has, and running the London marathon for fundraising. Her work with HVH ARTS has been inspirational and exciting, acting as a personable mentor for young people, able to impart her unique perspective through style and fashion.

Sarah Clarke
Duty of Care Psychoanalytic PsychoTherapist

BSC Psychology, MSc Psychodynamics of Human Development, Psychoanalytic Psychotherapist and Artist.Sarah is an experienced and passionate psychotherapist and has worked with children, adolescents, and adults in multiply NHS settings, such as forensic and general inpatient units. Alongside this she has practiced within the community, serving out-patient units in London, and has a private practice. Sarah is the organisations duty of care psychotherapist and is registered with the British Psychoanalytic Council. Sarah continues to ensure the emotional stability of our children, identifying, preventing, supporting, and protecting children at risk of any negative impact from social media.

Jenny Mulholland
Fundraising Advisor

Jenny has been a Camden councillor for the Gospel Oak ward since 2017. She is a passionate champion of HvH ARTS’ crucial role as a grassroots youth organisation, in supporting, inspiring and uplifting not only our children and young people, but also their families and the whole local community. She loves that at HvH, every child can have the opportunity to explore and discover their artistic passions, develop their unique talents, express themselves and be who they want to be.

Marcella Martinelli
Fashion Director

Marcella was born in Geneva of Italian parents and arrived in London at 17. Her first Job was at Vivienne Westwood followed by a stint in the Royal Court where she fell in love with the Theatre. After eight years at How to Spend It, FT as fashion Editor she joined various other magazine where she is creative Fashion & Jewellery director. Working on a BAFTA shoot in 2012 she met Helen McCrory whom she developed a close relationship with, styling her for Red Carpet events and photo shoots which led her to meet the founder of HvH Arts Debbi Clark. Marcella worked alongside our CEO Debbi Clark in co-curating HvH Arts annual exhibition for ‘The McCrory Award’ in 2022.

Spider J
The Music Mentoring Project Manager

Spider J is a producer, songwriter and musician actively touring and playing festivals around the world specialises in urban, dub, hip hop, reggae and pop genres. Spider J has been a Trustee at Roundhouse since 2013 & plays a huge part in the Roundhouse’s annual outreach programme, On Track. He regularly hosts weekly ‘Music Producers Drop In’ sessions, mentoring the young artists of the future. As lead artist tutor and producer, he works closely with young creatives to help them realise their potential, focussing on music production and live performance. Spider J has worked with: Stevie Wonder, Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry, The Wailers, Madness, Bad Manners, Dizzie Rascal, Kano, Estelle, Beverley Knight, Wiley, Roots Manuva, Gary Oldman, Pet Shop Boys, Girli, Amahla, Awate & many more.

Pierz Robinson
The Music Mentoring Project Director

Pierz joined HVH Arts as a youth worker specialising in music, he has worked on a range of projects designed to foster the creative talents of young people through live band sessions, song-writing and production workshops. Piers is passionate about the next generation and enjoys being able to pass on his own knowledge of music and song-writing through holistic youth work such as the projects being offered by HVH Arts. Piers has a background as performer having spent much of his youth acting in devised theatre companies winning an award for outstanding performance at The Edinburgh Fringe Festival and is a musician and published songwriter in his own right who has toured extensively with his own band LazyTalk gracing the stages of Glastonbury and Isle Of White Festival amongst others.

Alex Sayer
Alex Sayer
PR & Press

Alex has worked in publicity for over 15 years in the entertainment industry with a variety of internationally recognised organisations in film and television. Alex has also worked in the charity sector in an advisory role for such charities as Marie Curie and the British Heart Foundation.