As an experienced writer, editor and consultant across print and digital, I've spent just under a decade building a vast network of creatives, as well as writing profiles, features, reviews and investigative stories on both emerging and established names in the industry. Specialising in art, photography, design and culture, I'm particularly interested in championing working class creatives through my work, and providing a platform for underrepresented talent.
I'm currently the online editor at It's Nice That, where I'm overseeing the daily output on the site and commissioning long-form thematic features. I'm always on the look out for new writers, tips, ideas and projects. Please do get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org
Elsewhere, I've had work published in AnOther, Elephant, Port, WePresent, D&AD, Sixteen Journal, Creative Boom, One Magazine, Feature Shoot, Creative Lives in Progress, Whitelies, Coeval, Exit Magazine, SixtySix, The Brand Identity among others.
Alongside my editorial projects, I've worked with a number of brands on strategy, consultancy, copywriting and research. Selected clients: Anyways, Adobe, Chanel, Wix, The Directors Library. Please get in touch if you'd like to collaborate: email@example.com
- “I don’t want to do anything about dying anymore”: Marina Abramović on why she’s had enough of death
- “All you see is lazy photography everywhere”: Martin Parr in conversation with It’s Nice That
- An exclusive chat with photographer Chris Killip and his son – who uncovered a lost archive of an 80s punk venue
- How Will the Coronavirus Crisis Affect Emerging Artists and Galleries?
- Rivers of Ice: An interview with photographer and explorer Klaus Thymann
- How Can Illustration Be Used as an Effective Tool for Activism?
- In conversation with Roger Deakins
- Shot by a group of 10-15-year-olds, Grange Farm Book documents life on a disappearing London council estate
- Photojournalist Shahidul Alam on his new book and notorious 101-day incarceration
- 1970s Photos Immortalising the Style and Stars of Studio 54
- “It all feels so new to me”: Leonard Suryajaya on the four-year project that changed his life (NSFW)
- “I began to question the honesty of it”: Stacy Kranitz on the flaws of documentary photography
- Jim Goldberg publishes unseen polaroids from his seminal body of work, Raised by Wolves – a documentation of marginalised youths in LA and San Fransisco
- Paris’ Women Artists, Photographed in the Intimacy of their Studios
- Ofir Berman offers a portal into one of Jerusalem’s oldest Jewish neighbourhoods, the Mea Shearim
- John Myers discusses his latest photobook – a compilation of his most notable (and boring) works shot in 1970’s Stourbridge
- Renowned photographer Bruce Davidson revisits the humour, stoicism and complexities of 1960s Britain
- Secrecy and Sexuality in the Collages of Katrien de Blauwer
- Ewen Spencer: While You Were Sleeping
- Cut, warped and distorted: Conor Cunningham discovers a new approach to photography thanks to lockdown
- The history of Snake: How the Nokia game defined a new era for the mobile industry
- Mundane: A reflection over the idleness and contentment of lockdown