Meet our Judges: Part 3
Get to know 7 more of our accomplished judges.
Bidisha is a journalist and broadcaster/presenter for BBC radio and TV, Channel 4 News and Sky News, specialising in human rights and social justice on the one hand and the arts and culture on the other. She has recently published Asylum and Exile: Hidden Voices, and directed the short film An Impossible Poison.
Andy Cotgreave is a co-author of The Big Book of Dashboards, columnist for InfoWorld and Technical Evangelist at Tableau, and formerly an analyst at the University of Oxford. He speaks at conferences around the world, helping people on a mission to see and understand data.
Nigel Hurst is CEO at the Saatchi Gallery, which he joined as curator in 1995. He has worked on major exhibitions at the Royal Academy of Arts, the Hamburger Bahnhof, and the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York.
Gyorgyi Galick is Senior Design Researcher at Future Cities Catapult. She has delivered projects in corporate, governmental and non-governmental sectors, with a focus on social change and the environment.
Fernanda B. Viégas is Co-Leader at the Google “Big Picture” data visualization group. With Martin Wattenberg, she founded Flowing Media, Inc. and led IBM's Visual Communication Lab, where they created Many Eyes, a ground-breaking experiment in open, public data visualization and analysis.
David McCandless is an author, data-journalist and information designer. His blog and best-selling books Information Is Beautiful and Knowledge is Beautiful are dedicated to visualising ideas, issues, knowledge and data. He is Creative Director of the Information is Beautiful Awards.
View the whole series:
:: Meet all 2017's judges
:: View the Shortlist in full
:: Brush shoulders with the winners at our London ceremony Tues 28 Nov