Helen Maurer is an artist working primarily with glass and light, and is a former winner of The Jerwood Applied Arts Prize: Glass. Maurer studied Fine Art and Theatre before completing an MA in glass at the Royal College of Art. She is represented by Danielle Arnaud Gallery.

Angela Moore is a photographer whose projects include work for Frieze Art Fair, the British Council, the Science Museum and the Wellcome Trust. Moore studied at Goldsmiths College, University of London.

Both have exhibited internationally, and live and work in London.

Maurer & Moore first collaborated in 2006 on a commission for the Pump House Gallery: Bad Magic, later leading to a commission by Swarovski. In 2014 they were invited to North Lands Creative Glass to run a master class: The Lie of the Land. The premise of this workshop was to consider different ways in which glass could be used to create a photographic image.