Loved creating this book/film/exhibition series for Gore-Tex with (lots of people but mainly) two people whose work I’ve long admired: Stephen Mann and Jörg Haas. It all launched during Paris Fashion Week and was such a great final project to see out 2018.
I was interviewed by Freunde von Freunden at the tail-end of last year about my life and work – not sure how illuminating I was in my answers but you can take a look here!
A hastily-arranged, late-Friday-night Skype call gave me the opportunity to interview the founders of Snarkitecture, the buzzy New York firm that floats between the worlds of art and architecture.
Though I wish there’d been more time to delve into the subjects we covered, it was nevertheless interesting to hear their views on the digital vs the tangible, and the role that distinctive branding plays in their practice.
Read the full feature on Freunde von Freunden here.
I spent an incredible day, courtesy of Sonos and Freunde von Freunden at the Kentish home of Ralph Steadman – the iconic artist responsible for bringing to life the works of his dear friend Hunter S Thompson.
I’m incredibly excited to see the full feature go live on FvF in the coming weeks, but for now here is a teaser of sorts, in the form of a music-centric Q and A on the Sonos blog.
Read the Q and A here.
I was asked to write an op-ed piece for publication in the German daily newspaper, Der Tagesspiegel. The brief related to festivals and the question of ‘why millennials love them so much’… naturally I wrote about J. G. Ballard, neoloiberalism and streetwear (amongst other things) as per usual…
I don’t believe it exists online, but if you’re desperate to read it for some reason of course just get in touch…
“So I peeked through and that’s when I saw the shadows underneath, and felt the breeze from the gaps. I think that was my very first encounter with architecture…”
Was great to have the opportunity to interview the great Andra Matin, an architect I’ve admired for a while now. Also really admire the way Dita are building themselves a genuinely enjoyable editorial platform – no shoehorned brand stuff, just thoughtful, resonant words and pictures. Pleasure to be a part of it!
Read the interview here.