Shortlisters

Kate-Lynne Wolmarans

Kate-Lynne Wolmarans is the digital editor of ShortListdubai.com. Raised in Dubai and educated in South Africa, Wolmarans brings an involuntary sarcastic tone to nearly everything she touches. Having previously worked with Hello! Middle East, she's well-rehearsed in celebrity news as well as all things fashion, travel and food related. When she's not tapping away on her keyboard, she can be found trolling the internet for new music, movies and memes.

Nathan Irvine

Nathan Irvine is the editor of ShortList in the Middle East. Having found his way to Dubai from Manchester – via a 13 year stop in Bath – the afro-haired northerner has spent 16 years in the journalism industry. His list of previous employers includes The Guardian, FourFourTwo, Redbull and a number of video game publications where he swears he didn’t just play FIFA and Call of Duty all day. Honest.

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Naina and quirky keepsakes go hand in hand. When she's not out discovering hidden food gems, she can be found writing local news stories and listicles. 

Paul Medawar
Brunches, ladies nights, happy hours

Paul is the creator of LUCIDubai, a mobile app that serves as a little black book of events and offers in the city’s F&B venues. Brunches, ladies nights, happy hours – we’re inundated with offers on a daily basis, and the app simply organises these deals in the palm of your hand. LUCIDubai is still in Beta but coming close to the full launch, and can be downloaded in the iOS & Google Play App stores.

Daniel Evans
Daniel is a corporate travel management professional who loves everything to do with travel, whether it's destination research, cost optimisation or just travelling itself. A 15-year resident of the UAE, he runs a blog called The Modern Tourist which aims to help the everyday traveller get the very most out of their time away.
Felicity Stokes
Art, exhibitions, culture

With a degree in Art History from the United Kingdom and gallery managerial experience in the UAE, Felicity is an expert on all things art. She has written for art publications such as Harpers Bazaar Art Arabia and is constantly exploring her passions for the creative world. Felicity is also brand manager for the boutique PR and communications agency, Think Liquorice.