Civic Soup
as The Famous Five

Architecture and Cultural Management Collective

Callum Rennie

What is your favourite book?

Ali Smith – How To Be Both

What inspires you about the Super Power Agency?

The amount of time that people are willing to give to the charity and the children involved is amazing. Also, the variety of skills that these people offer and will share with the kids is bound to produce something exciting; can’t wait to see it kicking off.

What were you like at school?

Quiet. The token kid that listens to Beethoven by choice.

What would your undercover name be?

Ralum Cennie

Favorite place in Edinburgh?

Corstorphine Hill. Just behind where I grew up there is a quiet spot with a bench amongst the trees that offers one of the most spectacular views into the city from the West. Worth a visit – especially in the Autumn!

You’re a new addition to the crayon box. What colour would you be and why?

Klein Blue – its the colour of my soul.

Cameron Bray

What is your favourite book?

The best book I read recently was The Optician Of Lampedusa. It’s a heart-breaking account of a group of refugees crossing the Mediterranean. Everybody should read it.

What inspires you about the Super Power Agency?

The Agency brings dynamic and ambitious people together, to do good! I am very inspired by this energy and belief in people’s collective potential!.

What were you like at school?

I think I was the class clown. I probably still am!

What’s the best thing you have ever eaten?

Something I’ll always dream about is eating a masala dosa – a South Indian
pancake, at the legendary Saravana Bhavan.

Favorite place in Edinburgh?

It’s amazing to fly down North Bridge on a bike on a chilly winter morning… The views on both sides are incredible, especially with a bit of mist.

What colour is your toothbrush?

I make sure to always have a few different colours on the go, so I can match my mood.