I grew up in western Canada (that's me in the above photo at Heron Rocks, Hornby Island, BC, sometime in the 1980s) then moved to London in 2000. I went to art school and then worked on staff at a music and art magazine, running their digital platforms and online editorial. I'm into music, art and movies. I've made a few films, as well as exhibited work in shows and curated exhibitions. Check out some selected writing and projects and hopefully you'll get that I'm interested in the dynamics between sound, moving image and story. I currently write and make films and produce other digital projects.
Freelance digital media production and arts writing, specialising in contemporary art, artists’ films, documentary films and television, I have interviewed a variety of artists, musicians and intellectuals, and have written and produced video work for a variety of publications and organisations, including: The Wire magazine, Frieze magazine, Art Review, Art Monthly, Sight & Sound magazine, British Film Institute, London’s Institute of Contemporary Art, the South London Gallery, Germany’s DAAD: Artists-in-Berlin programme, Denmark’s Louisiana Museum of Art and others.
Online Editor at The Wire, leading international music and arts magazine based in London. Work included: creating and commissioning online content (eg: videos, audio, text, podcasts, photo galleries). Commissioning and editing the arts sections in the monthly print magazine; planning and developing digital strategy.
Researcher, British Film Institute, Curatorial Department: Television Unit. Research for a season in their restoration and public screening programme, looking at the early years of documentary film making on British television.
MA (Research) Humanities and Cultural Studies, London Consortium, Birkbeck, University Of London. Dissertation on the television film essays of Adam Curtis.
BA (Hons) Fine Art and History of Art, Goldsmiths College, University of London. Specialised in moving image and sonic art works.
Diploma in Sound Design and Music Technology, London College Of Communications.