As an experienced writer and editor across print and digital, I've spent the past eight years producing profiles, features, reviews and investigative stories on both emerging and established names within the creative industry. Alongside my freelance projects, I'm also currently a writer at Port and It's Nice That.
Specialising in art, photography and culture, I've written nearly 1,000 articles for It's Nice That, and contributed to titles including AnOther, Elephant, Sixteen Journal, Creative Boom, WePresent, Feature Shoot, Creative Lives in Progress, Whitelies, Coeval, Exit, SixtySix, Whynow among others.
Highlights include speaking with Marina Abramović about her project The 7 Deaths of Maria Callas; Martin Parr on his inimitable work to date; Chris Killip and his son Matthew about recovering a lost archive; Keizo Kitajima on his work in New York during the 80’s; and Tenmei Kanoh about his series FUCK – a provocative, nude and psychedelic documentation of an orgy at Yayoi Kusama’s studio in 1969. Commercial clients include Adobe, Chanel and Wix.
- “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?
- Keizo Kitajima on capturing New York’s vibrant street life in the 80s
- How Can Illustration Be Used as an Effective Tool for Activism?
- Photojournalist Shahidul Alam on his new book and notorious 101-day incarceration
- Tenmei Kanoh on his series FUCK capturing Yayoi Kusama’s orgy happening
- For over 40 years, Mariette Pathy Allen has brought visibility to the trans community
- 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
- 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
- Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe hopes his audience will understand and – most importantly – enjoy his portraiture
- “An America where we can be whatever we want to be” : Luke Gilford provides space for the queer rodeo community
- Cut, warped and distorted: Conor Cunningham discovers a new approach to photography thanks to lockdown
- “If you can hang on, things will get better, years pass”: Deanna Templeton’s book unearths the pain and troubles of girlhood
- The history of Snake: How the Nokia game defined a new era for the mobile industry