Eòghan Stiùbhart is a teacher, broadcaster and shinty player. A Gaelic speaker proud of his Lewis and Skye roots, he was brought up in various manses in Cumbernauld, Strathmore and Inverness, giving him a wide experience of Scotland, Scots and Gaelic. In recent years he has become an advocate and campaigner for Mental Health awareness amongst men and young people. As a poet he has received prizes and various commendations for his work, which is both traditional and modern in style, mixing nature imagery and decolonisation with love and death. He was the runner up at the Dòmhnall Meek Award in 2017 for his as yet unpublished debut collection Beum-sgeithe.