My favourite pieces at Griffin Gallery Open 2015

I always find the idea of writing anything work-related quite tricky. I spend my days asglobal content manager for Winsor & Newton and Liquitex (as well as some other fine art brands), and within the company is Griffin Gallery, a contemporary art space exhibiting emerging and established artists. We get to do a whole lot of … More My favourite pieces at Griffin Gallery Open 2015

Royal Academy Summer Exhibition: a vision in monochrome

There was a time when I couldn’t understand why anyone would enjoy a London summer. When born-and-bred city types would tell me “there’s nowhere I’d rather spend my summer than London,” I called ‘bullshit’ loud and clear. Can you forgive me? I grew up in Cornwall, the unequivocal sunshine spot for anyone more than a … More Royal Academy Summer Exhibition: a vision in monochrome

Love is like a Butterfly: interview with artist Wildcat Will

Well, I’m back from Seoul; but I had to book an emergency flight back precisely 32 hours after we walked into our lovely Air BnB flat.  This meant I only got to do one of the things I had on my Korean bucketlist (luckily, it was the sheep cafe) so needless to say, I am down in the … More Love is like a Butterfly: interview with artist Wildcat Will

The black & white street photography of Raymond Cauchetier’s New Wave

Back in 2007, declarations of a future in photography was all the rage on MySpace Bulletins (remember those? With their passive aggressive quizzes? Those were the days). Cue albums of black and white photographs of doorknobs and other such bollocks. Perhaps it’s nostalgia, or perhaps it just always surprises and impresses me to see decent … More The black & white street photography of Raymond Cauchetier’s New Wave