Catherine Cartwright Catherine Cartwright trained as a City Guide in 2005-06, a Westminster Guide in 2006-07 (the first year it ran) and a Blue Badge Guide for London and the South East in 2007-09. Since 2013 she has been a tutor on the Westminster Tour Guiding course. Catherine led a dual life as a London guide and a broadcast journalist for local London news. On the side she produces a podcast about unusual sites around London called London Undone. Sharing stories about London is what she does! As a tutor, Catherine helps other people learn how to share stories about London: its streets, infrastructure, museums, galleries, architecture, institutions and its people. Catherine has a degree in theatre and film. Her postgraduate degrees are in history of art and broadcast journalism. Both postgrads are from separate colleges of the University of London: Birkbeck and City.
Catherine Cartwright
 Fiona Lukas has been leading walking tours in London since 2001. She is a City of London and Westminster Guide; she was Best New London Blue Badge Guide in 2015.  She has worked on the open top buses and out of town coaches, and enjoys the variety of work as a guide. She used to teach juggling and circus skills and trained in the theatre before turning to guiding.  Fiona believes the walking tour is an underrated art form, that combines the skills of researching, designing, and delivering a walk, whilst interacting with your clients and the world at large. When it goes well it is immensely satisfying. As is passing on those skills and encouraging students through the course. She has an eye for the detail, a love of the silly and was once described as random as gout.
 David Mullany completed the Westminster guiding course in 2018 after which he set up his own guiding company, Walking London History. Since then he has been delivering walks regularly in the Westminster area, particularly in Whitehall, Belgravia, Mayfair and Marylebone. Having studied history at Oxford University, David worked in the social housing field for a number of years before becoming a coach and then running an English Language school. Now the visiting lecturer for the course, he has also delivered online tours and has recently become a committee member of the City of Westminster Guide and Lecturers Association (CWGLA). As well as being passionate about his guided tours he still enjoys teaching English, loves running (he is chair of a local running club), watches football, cricket and other sports, and also helps with the annual Dulwich Festival in south London.

Adam Scott-Goulding has been a tour guide in London since 2005. He can regularly be found leading tours with London Walks covering the capital from Kensington to Mile End and Muswell Hill to Crystal Palace. In 2018 he founded London Music Tours to explore and celebrate the capital’s rich musical history with a genre-spanning programme of walks – popular tours include Beatlemania!, Handel In London and The Music Of Royal London. In 2021 he curated two guided tours for the vibrant King’s Cross arts venue King’s Place. He can also be found leading tours on wheels with Evan Evans, Premium Tours and Music Heritage London. In 2020 as the pandemic hit, Adam found himself in the vanguard of virtual tours. His efforts and innovations in the field of virtual tour guiding were recognised as a Visit England Tourism Superstar Finalist in 2022 along with his London Heritage Training colleague Fiona. He completed the Westminster guiding course in 2019 with distinction and joined the tutor team the following year.