Cherry Styles is an artist, publisher and educator. Since graduating from Norwich School of Art and Design in 2008 she has worked with young people from KS2 through to Higher Education, in schools and in the community, alongside an art practise which centres the history of self-publishing and empowerment through language.
In 2012 she founded Synchronise Witches Press, championing new writing by women and distributing experimental work from around the world. Cherry has taught on courses at Liverpool University, Queens College Belfast, the Poetry School and Manchester Metropolitan University. Freelance clients have included the BFI, The Guardian, The Society of Authors and the Southbank Centre. Cherry is ¼ of Salford Zine Library, a studio member at KiN and part of Yorkshire Sound Women Network.