I'm a writer, artist and producer specialising in film and television, contemporary art, sound arts and music, and how all those live and proliferate online.
I studied art at Goldsmiths College in London, then from 2008–2015 I was Online & Cross Platform Editor at The Wire magazine in London, commissioning material for print and online, setting digital strategy, and running their social media channels.
Currently I work at audio company Bang & Olufsen's B&O PLAY in Copenhagen as their Global Editorial & Social Media Manager – meaning that I run their cultural broadcasts, like podcast series Sound Matters, video series Listening Matters, and online/print publication The Journal + plug all of that into their social media channels. (In business jargon I do non-branded content and cultural marketing.)
I regularly write for publications including The Wire, Frieze, Art Review, Art Monthly, Sight & Sound, and others.
I have a prolonged involvement with contemporary art and have worked on projects with organisations like Auto Italia South East, London’s Institute Of Contemporary Arts, the South London Gallery, Germany’s DAAD: artists-in-Berlin programme, Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Art, and others.
My latest film, Nine Futures, dives into the dream-like world of experimental and underground music festivals, looking at how music anticipates and defines political and personal meaning in the world. The film had its world premiere at the international documentary film festival CPH:DOX and is currently being screened internationally – watch an excerpt of it here.
I am pro-editorial, pro-meaning, pro-discussion, pro-dissent, pro-history, pro-future, pro-engagement. Specifically: I don't do content. I do stories about interesting stuff in the world that is relevant to people who care about said world and its cultures.