Ancient of Days (crop)

There are 6 Trustees of The Blake Cottage Trust.

Camila Oliveira is an international lecturer on William Blake with an expertise in Blake’s influence on contemporary music. Born in Brazil her translation of Jerusalem into Portugese has just been published.

Jason Whittaker is Professor of Journalism and English at the University of Lincoln, an author of  a dozen books with a special interest in the reception of William Blake in contemporary culture, and an expert on digital media.

Jonathan Mullard is a former Whitehall Civil Servant and author of 3 books on the Natural History of Wales with a professional expertise in the renovation of historic sites and listed buildings.

Michael Phillips is a world authority on William Blake with a special interest in his homes and his printing press.

Peter Johns is a management consultant and former chartered accountant who lived for many years in the village of Lavant in the house where Blake used to ride to collect his post.

Tim Heath is a former Chair of the Blake Society and for many years welcomed visitors to Blake’s only other surviving home at 17 South Molton Street in London.